AMD RDNA3 codenamed Nashira Point XT?

Posted on Thursday, Mar 11 2021 @ 14:25 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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The AMD Nashira Point codename is making the rounds again. This time Roland Quandt from WinFuture reports about a sighting of this string. A bunch of Nashira codenames was discovered, and they're all labeled as "consumer gaming" products.

VideoCardz reports it's still unsure what Nashira Point is. It could be the codename of a future RDNA3 based multi-chip module (MCM) design. Alternatively, a more boring explanation is that it's simply a different internal codename for the current Navi21 chip.
According to Roland Quant, the list is actually a lot longer. The Nashira Point GPU would be available in three variants XTX, XT, and XL, all labeled as gaming consumer graphics cards. The GLXTA and GLXL are also mentioned, which are likely Raden Pro variants. A third variant called Nashira Creek XM might be a mobile product.

  • AMD Nashira Summit A0
  • AMD Nashira Point XTX
  • AMD Nashira Point XT consumer gaming
  • AMD Nashira Point XL
  • AMD Nashira Point GLXTA
  • AMD Nashira Point GLXL
  • AMD Nashira Creek XM
Nashira Point was first discovered in January when the codename made an appearance in a filing to USB-IF.

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