AMD launches four new Radeon 7000 mobile graphics cards with up to 32 compute units based on the latest RDNA3 architecture.
The first 6nm RDNA3 GPU for laptops, known as Navi 33is a small 204 mm² die with built-in support for video encoding and decoding AV1. AMD is also updating its Radeon 6000 product stack with three 50-80W chips based on the RDNA2 architecture. All three have 4 GB 64-bit GDDR6 memory, so this graphics is entry-level.
AMD Radeon RX 7600M XT is now the fastest RDNA3 mobile GPU, it will operate in the TDP range from 75W to 100W and offers 32 computing unit, which gives 2048 shader processors. GPU limited 8 GB GDDR6 memory via 128-bit interface. It also supports 32MB of Infinity cache.
Same memory and cache configuration for GPUs RX 7600M, RX 7700S и RX 7600S. The only difference is that the 7600M/7600S have 28 computing units, and they are tied to a power of 90 watts or 75 watts.
AMD says the fastest chip announced today will be even faster than the desktop GeForce RTX 3060. This comparison is quite interesting because it is not related to the limitations of the mobile GPU, but rather the nominal TDP of 170W for the desktop variant.
The four laptop models are confirmed to be AMD Ryzen 7000/Radeon 7000 – AMD Advantage Edition – which will be one of the first RDNA3 laptops to be released, and if all goes according to plan, it should happen in February.