AMD Radeon RX 6000 Mobility has Navi 22, Navi 23 and Navi 24

Posted on Monday, Dec 07 2020 @ 11:27 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Fresh information points to AMD having at least three GPU series for the laptop market. The upcoming Radeon RX 6000M series will reportedly feature the Navi 22 (Radeon RX 6700M), Navi 23 (RX 6600M?) and Navi 24 (RX 6500M?) GPUs. The former two were talked about before but this is the first time we're hearing details about a Navi 24. Full details can be read at VideoCardz.
According to the new data published by Patrick, the Navi 24 would be an entry-level mobile processor available in two variants: Navi 24 XM and Navi 24 XML. While the information does not confirm the specifications of the processors, we do learn their power requirements. The XM model GPU would have a configurable Total Graphics Power of 35W, 42.5W, and 50W. An NV24 XML variant would only have a TGP of 25W. Such TGP values imply we are looking at a competition to integrated GPUs, discrete options such as Intel Xe Max or GeForce MX series.
And even more information can be found in this followup article from VideoCardz, this time featuring details from a combination of an Igor Wallossek article and more leaks from Patrick Schur.
Meanwhile, Igor Wallosek has further information on Navi 23, a GPU that is expected to be used by the upcoming Radeon RX 5500M successor, which was based on Navi 14. It was previously revealed that the Navi 23 GPU would be offered with Total Graphics Power (TGP) targets of 65W, 80W, and 90W. Those are the preliminary power targets for the mobile version of the Navi 23 GPU. The GPU may also be offered with higher TGP for desktop variants, which will undoubtedly also be offered at some point.


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