I’m glad AMD is really pushing ahead with their mobile GPUs. The leaked details of their Navi 22, Navi 23 and Navi 24 GPUs looks pretty good, and I’m sure it’s way better than the Intel Iris Xe.
Taken from Videocardz … The specifications and further details on the AMD Navi 23 GPU have been leaked today by Igor’sLAB, Yesterday a leak revealed the preliminary information on power requirements of the RDNA2-based GPU called Navi 24, the upcoming entry-level processor likely to be the backbone of the future low-power mobile graphics card.
Meanwhile, Igor Wallosek has further information on Navi 23, a GPU that is expected to be used by the upcoming Radeon RX 5500M successor, which was based on Navi 14.
It was previously revealed that the Navi 23 GPU would be offered with Total Graphics Power (TGP) targets of 65W, 80W, and 90W. Those are the preliminary power targets for the mobile version of the Navi 23 GPU. The GPU may also be offered with higher TGP for desktop variants, which will undoubtedly also be offered at some point.
According to Igor, the Navi 23 GPU will be a 128-bit GPU, with support up to eight GDDR6 memory modules (so configurations of 4GB or 8GB are to be expected). It is confirmed that the GPU supports DirectX 12_1, Vulkan 1.1, OpenGL 4.6, and OpenCL 2.2 APIs. Igor claims that Navi 23 also supports Liquid VR, a set of technologies for virtual reality.