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AMD Radeon Navi 23 XT GPU Pictured - Specs Detailed

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AMD Radeon Navi 23 GPU Pictured - Specs Detailed

AMD Radeon Navi 23 XT GPU Pictured - Specs Detailed

An AMD Radeon Navi 23 has been pictured thanks to @Broly_X1 on Twitter, a graphics card from PC Partner Limited that features 8GB of GDDR6 memory and display outputs that include a single HDMI and three DisplayPort connectors. 

The fact that this graphics card is called "Radeon Navi23 XT" indicates that this graphics card is an engineering sample, with the XT moniker highlighting that this GPU is a high-end Navi 23 product. 

Videocardz has speculated that this graphics card is an early Radeon RX 6600 XT graphics card sample, a GPU that's rumoured to feature 2048 stream processors, 8GB of GDDR6 memory at 16 Gbps and boost clock speeds as high as 2684 MHz. 

AMD's Radeon RX 6600 XT will reportedly feature a TDP of 130W, making it a low-power GPU offering compared to AMD's other RDNA 2 products. AMD will reportedly reveal its RX 6600 XT at Computex 2021 alongside mobile equivalents for notebooks. 

AMD Radeon Navi 23 GPU Pictured - Specs Detailed  
Earlier this year, AMD's Navi 23 graphics chip was found within Tesla documents, which listed the GPU as part of the infotainment system of the Tesla Model S. The block diagram states that AMD's Navi 23 GPU features a 128-bit memory bus. Older Tesla documentation listed the Infotainment system as having 10 TFLOPS of computational performance. 

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21-05-2021, 09:53:42

AngryGoldfish
Hopefully they price this more competitively than the 6700XT. The 6700XT is not great value in my opinion.Quote

21-05-2021, 18:16:30

NeverBackDown
No AMD card is great value at MSRP. You could get a weaker Nvidia card, turn on dlss, and same or better performance. No reason to use AMD for GPUs, but given current shortages it's better than no card.

So I would 100% agree it needs to be priced correctly against the competition with their full performance on like dlss, no priced as if comparing straight rasterization performance.Quote

22-05-2021, 10:15:32

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
No AMD card is great value at MSRP. You could get a weaker Nvidia card, turn on dlss, and same or better performance. No reason to use AMD for GPUs, but given current shortages it's better than no card.

So I would 100% agree it needs to be priced correctly against the competition with their full performance on like dlss, no priced as if comparing straight rasterization performance.
Yeah, AMD finally caught up in raster performance and performance-per-watt and are competitive in price, but now they're leagues behind in critical software and features. And instead of keeping the MSRP to reflect that, they match Nvidia in price because they knew they would sell whatever they could make. I get it from a business standpoint, but it's not what I wanted to see. They always seem happy picking up the scraps left from failed Nvidia sales.Quote

22-05-2021, 13:53:43

KingNosser
It's the middle men and retailers pushing the price up.

AMD are not far behind once FSR is out you might well be using it on your Nvidia card.

As for all the other features Nvidia offer, as someone that had many cards the one thing i noticed is the generational locking on them when they worked on older cards take RTX voice for example, imho none of what Nvidia offer is anything special feature wise.

The only part where even with FSR AMD is behind is DXR and if you look at 3dmark it's really not by much, take into account Nvidia had 2 years with DXR and it's still in few games and not optimised for AMD.

An example for me with my 6800XT is metro exodus in the original version i was getting 35fps in the new enhanced version I get almost 70fps, i'd hardly call that unplayable at max settings.

FSR could be a real gamechanger and the fact most of the Nvidia users will end up using it and most likely enjoying it's benifits is it really so bad that AMD are slightly behind and i mean slightly such a bad thing, Nvidias marketing and RND is massive by comparison.

I'd say Nvidia have more to worry about than AMD do longer term, still least you can play marbles at low fps on your nvidia cards, personally i have no regrets switching to AMD sure i won my card but i was more than happy to try and get one and your not see me saying i have a lack of vram.

99.9% of all games out need rasta and AMD are ahead on that side things, something everyone seems to have forgotten about or choose not to give at least basic credit for AMD's advances.Quote

22-05-2021, 18:22:34

AngryGoldfish
Quote:
Originally Posted by KingNosser View Post
It's the middle men and retailers pushing the price up.

AMD are not far behind once FSR is out you might well be using it on your Nvidia card.

As for all the other features Nvidia offer, as someone that had many cards the one thing i noticed is the generational locking on them when they worked on older cards take RTX voice for example, imho none of what Nvidia offer is anything special feature wise.

The only part where even with FSR AMD is behind is DXR and if you look at 3dmark it's really not by much, take into account Nvidia had 2 years with DXR and it's still in few games and not optimised for AMD.

An example for me with my 6800XT is metro exodus in the original version i was getting 35fps in the new enhanced version I get almost 70fps, i'd hardly call that unplayable at max settings.

FSR could be a real gamechanger and the fact most of the Nvidia users will end up using it and most likely enjoying it's benifits is it really so bad that AMD are slightly behind and i mean slightly such a bad thing, Nvidias marketing and RND is massive by comparison.

I'd say Nvidia have more to worry about than AMD do longer term, still least you can play marbles at low fps on your nvidia cards, personally i have no regrets switching to AMD sure i won my card but i was more than happy to try and get one and your not see me saying i have a lack of vram.

99.9% of all games out need rasta and AMD are ahead on that side things, something everyone seems to have forgotten about or choose not to give at least basic credit for AMD's advances.
Maybe this isn't entirely aimed at me and my comment, so I could be off base. Anyway, I don't want to discredit what RTG have done. They've advanced themselves tremendously and are committed to continuing to do so. That's what I find frustrating. Instead of flaunting what they had achieved, they allowed Nvidia to dictate the market. Nvidia made an overpriced beast; AMD made one too. Nvidia made a 1440p/144hz card for $500 when it could have been $400; AMD made one too. Nvidia released DLSS; AMD made one... well, not yet. RDNA2 has been out for a long time and we're still months away from their alternative. Nvidia upped their RT game; AMD did that... well, we're still waiting for AMD to be competitive in DXR. Nvidia offered Nvenc; AMD offered VCE which most people seem to say is adequate at best. AMD could have made this their 'Maxwell' moment, but it wasn't. Even just slightly lower prices would have made it a powerful statement.

Like I said, this isn't from a business standpoint. This is purely from my insignificant eyes as an AMD fan.Quote
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