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Navi codename pops up in AMD Linux driver

Posted on Monday, December 18 2017 @ 10:34:55 CET by


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Here's something interesting, an investigation of recently released AMD graphics drivers for the Linux platform revealed references to what appear to be Navi-based GPUs.

AMD's current Vega GPUs were codenamed GFX9 and these new drivers feature a line that refers to GFX10 "SUPER SECRET":
  • new_chip.gfx10.mmSUPER_SECRET.enable [0: 0]
  • VideoCardz speculates AMD uses SUPER SECRET instead of the actual codename to avoid generating hype. Navi is expected to be made on a 7nm process and earlier slides from AMD indicate it will use next-gen memory, which could be something like HBM3 or GDDR6.

    The site says Navi is currently slated for a late 2018 launch, so don't get your hopes up for a speedy release.



     



     

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