The Radeon RX 6000 arrangement will be comprised of at any rate three GPUs called Sienna Cichlid, Navy Flounder and Dimgrey Cavefish. Dimgrey Cavefish will be the infant of the arrangement and will be founded on AMD's GFX103X illustrations engineering. The Radeon RX 6000 arrangement will go live on October 28.
AMD might be divulging the Radeon RX 6000 arrangement one month from now, yet insights regarding forthcoming RDNA 2 cards have been uncovered by the designers of ROCm Developer Tools, as we revealed recently. Presently, Videocardz has concluded more data from the information was posted.
As per Videocardz, Navy Flounder is Navi 22 while Navi 23 is Dimgrey Cavefish. The ROCm Developer Tools group explain that AMD has arbitrarily alloted the names Navy Flounder and Dimgrey Cavefish, so there is no importance behind them. Videocardz claims that AMD has created Dimgrey Cavefish on its GFX103X designs engineering, which will clearly be delivered as the RX 6500 or RX 6600.
On the other hand, Navy Flounder will use the more impressive GFX1031 design for 40 Compute Units (CUs) and a 192-digit memory transport. As per Videocardz, AMD will sell Navy Flounder as either the RX 6700 or RX 6800 arrangement, with the name RX 6900 held for Sienna Cichlid. Along these lines, it appears to be that AMD has in any event three RDNA 2 GPUs being developed. Honest Azor claims that AMD will no gracefully issues at dispatch, in spite of the fact that that date may not compare with the arranged disclosing on October 28.