AMD engineer confirms work on RDNA 3 5 and 6 nm GPUs

AMD engineer confirms work on RDNA 3 5 and 6 nm GPUs

An AMD Infinity Data Fabric Silicon Design Engineer was perhaps a little too zealous in revealing his LinkedIn experience. The social networking profile of an Austin-based AMD employee mentions several products that have yet to be officially launched, along with details of their production node. Specifically, the list includes several Navi 3X GPUs (which are planned for this year) and a brand new Instinct acceleration card, which may not be officially unveiled until Q2 or Q3 2022.

In the “section” Projects ”it is possible to see that the person in question worked on“ Navi31 (5nm, 6nm), Navi32 (5nm, 6nm), Navi33 (6nm)… [and] MI300 (6nm) “. The information suggests that both Navi 31 and Navi32 will be multi-chip-module (MCM) GPUs using a mix of fabrication nodes. Hence, Navi 31 and Navi32 are likely hybrid architecture GPUs. The Navi 33 GPU will likely have a monolithic design, with the single die manufactured at 6nm.

this why on some my previous twit

i said rdna3 will probably start with 5nm

amd pssst linkedin

- blue nugroho (@blueisviolet) February 4, 2022

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AMD confirmed that both RDNA 3 GPUs and Zen 4 CPUs would launch in 2022 in a presentation last summer, and various executives reiterated this timeline again this year.

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