AMD driver names unannounced Radeon RX 6500M and RX 6300M ​​graphics cards

References to unannounced Radeon laptop graphics cards have surfaced in AMD’s latest GPU driver. The manufacturer seems to be working on a Radeon RX 6500M and RX 6300M, both with a Navi 24 gpu. Radeon Pro variants are also listed.

The references are noted in AMD’s Radeon 21.40.1 driver for Linux Coelacin dream At. It contains four unannounced graphics cards from AMD. The driver shows a Radeon Pro W6500M, Radeon Pro W6300M, Radeon RX 6500M and Radeon RX 6300M. These laptop graphics cards would all get a GPS with 24 GPU, writes VideoCardz.

Navi 24 gets after prior information from Linux drivers the code name ‘beige goby’. The chip would have up to 16 compute units, which corresponds to a maximum of 1024 stream processors. A 64-bit memory bus is also expected, with support for 4GB or 2GB vram configurations. appeared last week also reference to Radeon RX 6500 XT and RX 6400 desktop graphics cards with Navi 24 GPUs.

It is unknown when the first Navi 24 graphics cards will be announced, but it is possible that it will happen during CES. The fair will take place in Las Vegas from January 5th to 8th.

Navi 21 Navi 22 Navi 23 Navi 24*
Code name on Linux Siena cichlid Marine Flunder Dimgrey cave fish Beige goby
Arithmetic units max. 80 max. 40 max. 32 max. 16
Streamprozessoren max. 5120 max. 2560 max. 2048 max. 1024
Tool format 536 mm2 336 mm2 236 mm2 Nnb
Infinity-Cache (L3) 128 MB 96 MB 64 MB 16 MB
Storage max. 16GB DDR6 max. 12 GB DDR6 max. 8GB DDR6 max. 4GB DDR6
Memory bus 256-Bit 192-Bit 128-Bit 64-Bit?

*Based on previous rumors, above VideoCardz

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