The alleged benchmarks of AMD’s next-generation Radeon RX 6000 Series graphics card based on the RDNA 2 GPU architecture have leaked. Benchmarks were performed by AOTS (Ashes of the Singularity) performance test and were viewed by Rogame And TUM_APISAK.
AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series “RDNA 2” Graphics Card Performance Benchmark Allegedly Leaked, As Fast As A Share RTX 2080 Ti
The specific GPU or graphics card is not mentioned, but according to the score then we cannot say for sure whether it is a Big Navi GPU or a slightly smaller SKU. AMD recently announced that it will unveil its Radeon RX 6000 series lineup on October 28, based on this, we can expect several graphics cards within the lineup. There may be only one of these leaked within the benchmark and not the fastest version.
With that, the graphics card provided a score in 4K resolution using the Crazy Graphics preset between 5900-6200 points. The performance was evaluated under a Core i9-9900K (8 core) CPU with the DirectX 11 API. The graphics card saves about 60 FPS on average in the game.
In terms of performance, the alleged Radeon RX 6000 “RDNA 2” graphics card is about 20% faster than a heavily overclocked Radeon RX 5700 XT graphics card. The card is equivalent to the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, which scores 63 FPS (6100 points) in stock, but when overclocked, the RTX 2080 Ti scores up to 79 79 FPS (7800 points), compared to the alleged RX Ends 25% faster at 6000 series graphics card. We do not know the overclocking capability of AMD’s upcoming cards but it looks like we will get more specifications in the coming month.
AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series Perceived Performance Benchmark (Via) Rogame):
- MSI Gaming X Trio 2080 Ti 74.4 (156.63%)
- NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Water Stock 71.4 (150.31%)
- EVGA XC Black 2080 Ti Stock 64.9 (136.63%)
- AMD Radeon (TM) Graphics 63.9 (134.52%)
- MSI Gaming X Trio 2080 Stock 54.4 (114.52%)
- NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Stock 47.5 (100%)
In addition, the latest performance results of the GeForce RTX 3080 leaked within the AOTS benchmark and showed 98 of average FPS with a score of 9600. They made the GeForce RTX 3080 25% faster and about 55% faster than the heavily overclocked GeForce RTX 2080 Ti. Compared to the alleged Radeon RX 6000 series graphics card.
Now according to Rogame, AMD is said to be offering both its Navi 21 and Navi 22 GPU-based graphics cards under the Radeon RX 6000 Series Seriesup. Both of these are said to be much larger than the Navi 10 GPU and in terms of performance, the Navi 21 GPU must deal with the high-end RTX 3080 card, while the Navi 22 GPU will be deployed against the RTX 3070 Series series. Based on that, it is highly likely that we are seeing the results of the Navi 22 GPU. Another thing to keep in mind is that these are still preliminary performance tests and as the launch draws closer, we’ll see even more performance with better-tuned drivers for the card.
I think some ppl missed it
Navi21 and Navi22 are both coming
They are both “older” than Navi 10
Is not just a “big Navi”
Navi22 SKUs must compete with the 3060Ti / 3070 / 3070Ti
Navi21 SKUs must compete with the 3080 and https://t.co/OBHJr74AXk
– _rogame (@_rogame) September 12, 2020
A recently leaked photo of AMD’s Radeon RX 6000 engineering sample unveiled up to 16 GB of GDDR6 memory in a 256-bit wide bus interface. The leaker posting the photo mentioned that it was placed on the “Big Navi” GPU, but once again, we are not sure if he is referring to the Navi 21 or Navi 22. But based on all previous rumors and leaks, this Navi 21 is known as “Big Navi”, while all other GPUs are referred to as standard rDNA 2 SKUs.
Here we know about RDNA 2 based Radon RX Navi 6000 Desktop GPU
The Radeon RX Navi 2x graphics card family, based on the AMD RDNA 2, is also said to disrupt the 4K gaming segment based on how Ryzen disrupted the entire CPU landscape. This is a very bold claim from AMD itself, but leaks and rumors are suggesting that this may be the case with AMD’s next-generation Radeon RX graphics card.
AMD revealed that its rDNA 2 GPU would give a similar performance jump over first-gen rDNA GPUs, like the Zen 2. The first rDNA GPUs gave a massive 50% increase in performance per GCN architecture and rDNA 2 GPUs. RDNA is expected to do the same on 1, providing another 50% increase in performance per watt.
According to the roadmap shared by AMD, the RDNA 2 GPU will have three key features that will be part of the new GPU architecture. First and foremost is the increase per watt which is due to many reasons. AMD will shift from TSMC’s 7nm process to a more advanced 7nm process node. The new process node increases the transistor’s efficiency over its new size, while allowing AMD to perform more in a much smaller package, while reducing its overall size.
The major changes that have resulted in a 50% increase in performance per watt include a redesigned microstructure with improved performance-per-clock (IPC), a logic increase that increases design complexity and switching power and physical Helps reduce optimization such as clock speed.
AMD has also announced that the RDNA 2 GPU will feature VRS (Variable Rate Shading) and hardware-accelerated ray tracing. AMD is following suit here with NVIDIA who have already implemented the same technologies on GeForce RTX graphics cards based on their Turing GPUs. With the launch of new consoles from Microsoft and Sony adjacent, AMD is going to work to provide these features with its own customizable framework for developers for integration within the next generation of gaming titles.
AMD recently showcased its RDNA 2 GPU internally to Microsoft’s DXR 1.1 (DirectX 12 API Ultimate) demo that uses hardware-accelerated ray tracing. AMD’s approach to ray tracing is to offer simplified development and rapid adoption and this is certainly possible through consoles where game developers have largely focused their efforts.
The CEO of AMD, Drs. Lisa Su, has already stated that we can expect a new RDNA 2 GPU based Radeon RX high end family and a 7nm RDNA refresh family to launch this year. The same was said during the presentation stating that the “Navi 2x” lineup would scale from top to bottom and, as the name suggests, would increase performance efficiency by double that of the first generation RX graphics card . AMD’s CFO, Devinder Kumar, shed some light on the RDNA 2 GPU-based Radon RX products for the PC platform, stating that PCs will be the first to taste the new architecture as a larger Navi (Halo) graphics card. By mainstream GPUs.
“There’s a lot of excitement for Navi 2, or as our fans have dubbed the big Navi”
“Badi Navi is an aura product”
“Enthusiasts love to buy the best, and we are definitely working on giving them the best”.
“RDNA 2 architecture goes through the entire stack”
“It will go from mainstream GPUs to enthusiasts and then to architecture game console products… as well as our integrated APU products.
“This allows us to take advantage of larger ecosystems, accelerating the development of exciting features like ray tracing and more.”
Through AMD CFO, Davinder Kumar
Some of the features expected from the 2nd Generation RDNA Navi GPU will be:
- Customized 7nm process node
- Enthusiast-grade desktop graphics card option
- Hardware-level ray tracing support
- GDDR6 graphics card mix
- More power-efficient than first-gen Navi GPUs
One of the key features on the Big Navi Radeon RX GPU is that it is going to disrupt the 4K gaming segment, similar to how Ryzen disrupted the entire CPU segment. These are some bold claims by AMD, but if anything could happen based on those rumored specifics, these claims probably won’t.
Chandrasekhar says, “With the Radon 5000-series, we’re essentially covering 90-percent of total PC gamers today. “And so that’s why there’s no 4K right now, it’s because most of them are at 1440p and 1080p.
“That doesn’t mean there’s not a 4K-capable GPU, it’s coming, but here and now we want to focus on the vast majority of gamers.”
“Similar to Ryzen,” he says, “we all need a thriving Radeon GPU ecosystem. So, are we going after 4K, and disrupting 4K equally? Absolutely, you can But I can say it all right now. “
Once again, AMD in its own presentation emphasized enthusiast-class performance for the RDNA 2-based Radeon RX ‘Navi 2X’ GPU, with something to consider. However, competition from the other side will not just close the eyes as AMD launches its high-performance graphics cards. The next generation NVIDIA-based GFers GPUs are set to become a beast from what we’ve seen so far and will be available to consumers first, starting on September 17.
The second half of 2020 will surely be an interesting time for all hardware enthusiasts and mainstream PC gamers who are eager to upgrade their PCs with the best hardware.