AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT RDNA3 rumored to reach 100 TFLOPs of performance, Navi31 cores over 3GHz

AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT RDNA3 rumored to reach 100 TFLOPs of performance, Navi31 cores over 3GHz

Reliable source Greymon55 has provided new data that Navi 31 GPU performance could reach 100 TFLOPs of FP32 core performance, a 32% increase from the previous leak over half a year ago of a value of 75 TFLOPs.
If this is confirmed, the future video gas pedal turns out to be four times more powerful than the last Navi 21 based on RDNA2 architecture, the Radeon RX 6900XT.Earlier it was mentioned that there are major changes to the specs, which have been introduced for over a year, but Greymon55 did not explain what exactly changed.
However, if AMD retains the Workgroup 60 (WGP) processor configuration, which equals 120 processing units and a 15360 stream processor, such computing performance would certainly require a 2995 MHz GPU clock speed.
However, it is likely that like NVIDIA with their Ada architecture, AMD will introduce a matrix of different 32-bit instructions that will lead to higher floating-point performance.Also, contrary to previous rumors, AMD may still retain processing units for its RDNA3 (GFX11) architecture.
This is evidenced by recent changes to AMD's GPU driver discovered by user Kepler_L2.The AMD Radeon RX 7000 series is expected to be released by the end of this year.
The Navi 31 core should be one of the first to be announced by AMD, for the RX 7900 XT class graphics card, the new flagship consumer product.

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