Radeon RX 7700 XT graphics card will be based on 6nm Navi 33 GPU

This is a dual-chip graphics processor.

Experts from reputable online portal wccftech.com shared the latest data on the not yet officially presented AMD Radeon RX 7700 XT graphics card. According to the source, at the heart of new items will be based on a dual-chip graphics processor GPU Navi 33

It is reported that the GPU Navi 33 may get only 4,096 stream processors, not 5,120, as previously thought. But here we should consider the fact that it is not clear what exactly Navi 33 we are talking about, it is possible that this graphics card will receive a cut version of the chip.

Also, the source writes that on board the Radeon RX 7700 XT will be 128 MB Infinity Cache and 128-bit bus. Card should be equipped with 8 GB of memory format GDDR6, running at 18-20 GHz. It is assumed that the cost of this solution will be in the range of 400-500 dollars.

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