AMD Radeon RDNA 3 NAVI 31 GPU’s – To Set Sails in Q4 2022, NAVI 32 At 2023 1H

Here we go again with fresh new RDNA3 Rumors Showing Up with the Navi 31, Detailed once again by veteran Moore’s Law is Dead, While the Information is While the information revealed is pretty much the same that we’ve heard over the past few months, what’s new are the launch schedules which show that AMD will release its flagship variants as early Q4 2022.

rdna 3 navi 31 rx 7000 series rumors

Rumor: Navi 31 For Radeon RX 7900 Series in Q4 2022, Navi 32 For Radeon RX 7800 Series in 1H 2023

Based on the latest information from MLID, both, the AMD Navi 31 and Navi 32 GPUs will utilize an MCM solution but there’s a possibility that the Navi 31 GPU could make use of 3D-Stacking while the Navi 32 GPU could make of a standard multi-die approach, similar to AMD’s Instinct MI250X.

It looks like Navi 31 might get a similar design as the Instinct MI300 GPUs which are going to feature a 3D-stacking technology that fuses the GPUs on top of the IO die. We have heard rumors of Infinity Cache being on a separate die so that might be what’s going on here. As for Navi 32, it will carry on the same design approach as MI200 series. Both the Navi 31 and Navi 32 GPUs will be composed of 6nm IO (MCD) and 5nm GPU (GCD) chiplets.

RDNA 3 Navi 31 and Navi 32 Timeline Leaked
Source: Moore’s Law is Dead

As for the launch schedule, the AMD Navi 31 GPU will appear within the flagship Radeon RX 7900 series by end of Q4 2022. Do note that the Navi 33 GPUs based on 6nm Monolithic dies will be the first to hit shelves. The Navi 32 GPUs for the Radeon RX 7800 series will launch in the first half of 2023. Also, the reason why I don’t believe Navi 33 GPUs will end up with the Radeon RX 7600 series branding and instead use Radeon RX 7700 series is simply the pricing

Rumored: RDNA 3 – NAVI 33 GPU to be Priced Around 400-500$ Price Range.

Greymon55 – a known leaker deliberately pointed at a comment in a tweet that the Navi 33 graphics card will end up in the $400-500 US Range and they are meant to replace the existing Navi 21 parts, well it doesn’t make much sense from AMD to rebrand a hi-end graphics card as 6000 series products.

Fingers crossed on this is one, and assuming GPU Prices and the fact about Greymon’s accuracy, well let’s hope for the best

In the next article, I will be covering up the RDNA 31 Architectural leaks and more. and link it here.