New AMD GPUs Get 3D Infinity Cache and Machine Learning Unit

AMD Radeon RX 7000 line graphics cards will be very different from all their predecessors. Hi-end models of video cards on this GPU will be dual-chip.

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The power of the Radeon RX 7000. New AMD GPUs will get 3D Infinity Cache and machine learning unit

Senior GPUs will be dual-chip

AMD's Radeon RX 7000 line of graphics cards will be very different from all of their predecessors. 

Radeon RX 7000 strength. New AMD GPUs will get 3D Infinity Cache and machine learning unit

We have already heard the information that the top-end GPUs of the new generation will be dual-chip. Now, the source reports other details. For example, new GPUs will get 3D Infinity Cache. This is the same Infinity Cache memory, which is in the current line of GPU Navi, but implemented, by all appearances, through a separate chip. In other words, it is an analogue of 3D V-Cache in AMD processors. This solution should allow to significantly increase the amount of this memory. 

Another peculiarity will be a machine learning chip. This is what the source calls it, although it is probably more correct to say a block of machine learning, as it will definitely not be a dedicated chip. This has already been rumored before. Such a solution could allow AMD to improve its supersampling technology and introduce some other new technologies, as Nvidia does. 

According to all reports, the Radeon 7000 will debut sometime in the second half of this year. The new information was shared by an insider, who has previously pinpointed the characteristics of various video cards more than once.  

 

 

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