Although the Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards have only recently appeared on the shelves (short-lived), it is never too early to talk about what will happen next.The famous AMD leaker, greymon55 tweeted (thanks Graphics card) Today, the next-generation flagship Navi 31 GPU has been taped out. The tape-out process means that the design of the card has been completed, which is an important step before sending it to manufacturing.
The next-generation flagship graphics card has been taped out.October 29, 2021
Although there is still a chip test stage before this, and because of rumors that Navi 31 is the first consumer-grade MCM (multi-chip module) design for gaming GPUs, this means it will be equipped with two GPUdies, which may require some time. In theory, this should mean that AMD can significantly increase the number of cores in its next-generation graphics cards, but it depends on making these two chips appear as one in your PC, software, and games. There are no easy tasks.
The leaker also stated that the chips being manufactured use TSMC’s N5 and N6 process technology.
AMD Navi 31 will use the RDNA 3 architecture and should be used for the Radeon RX 7000 series cards that are expected to be released at the end of 2022 (if the typical naming convention holds). AMD has not yet commented or released any details about the architecture. However, the technical roadmap of the new GPU, so we are mainly guessing and leaking today.