Based on the latest architecture, AMD introduces four new Radeon 7000 graphics cards with up to 32 mobile computing units. The first RDNA3 GPU based on 6nm manufacturing technology is now available for laptops as of today’s release. The Navi 33 GPU is a small 204 mm2 CPU with integrated AV1 video encoding and decoding functions.
In addition, AMD has updated its Radeon 6000 product line with three 50-80W SKUs based on the RDNA2 architecture. All three have 4GB of G6 64-bit RAM, so this is definitely an entry-level upgrade.
AMD Radeon RX 7600M XT is currently the most powerful RDNA3 mobile GPU. This CPU operates in the range of 75 to 100 W TDP and features 32 computing units, resulting in 2048 Shader processors. With a 128-bit interface, the GPU can only use 8 GB of GDDR6 memory. In addition, it has support for 32 MB of Infinity Cache.
The memory and cache configurations of RX 7600M, RX 7700S, and RX 600S GPUs are identical. The main difference is that the 7600M and 7600S have 28 compute units and are limited to 90W or 75W power consumption respectively.
AMD claims the fastest GPU revealed today will be faster than the desktop GeForce RTX 3060 GPU. This comparison is particularly intriguing as it does not include mobile GPU limitations, but rather a desktop SKU with a nominal TDP of 170W.
AMD confirms inclusion of AMD Ryzen 7000/Radeon 7000 configurations in four laptop designs. These are AMD Advantage Edition laptops, which if all goes according to plan will be one of the first RDNA3 laptops to launch in February.