AMD’s midrange RDNA 3 graphics cards will hit the retail market in the coming weeks. The Radeon GPU Analyzer, part of GPUOpen, was released the other day in preparation for the launch. It also adds an offline Vulkan compiler based on the LLVM-based pipeline compiler while also updating the disassembler.
Compile and analyze shaders and kernels for the AMD Radeon RX 7600 and 7700 series (gfx1102 architecture), even without a physical RDNA3™ card installed on your system.
The Radeon GPU Profiler 1.15 also hints at the release of additional RDNA 3 GPUs (without mentioning them by name. In addition to performance improvements, mesh shader extension functions are better identified with a redesigned disassembly view.
Last but not least, AMD’s GPUPerfAPI 3.13 also got an update explicitly mentioning support for the Radeon RX 7600 and 7700 series graphics cards.
AMD has already launched the Radeon RX 7600S and 7700S for gaming and content creation notebooks. The two leverage the Navi 33 core, a monolithic design with 2,048 shaders and 32MB of L3 “Infinity” Cache. It has 64 ROPs, 32 RT Cores (1 per CU), and 128 TMUs.
The Radeon RX 7700 XT should feature the full-fledged Navi 33 die paired with 12GB of GDDR6 memory via a 192-bit bus. The RX 7600 XT will likely come with around 2,048 shaders and 12GB of GDDR6 memory paired with a 192-bit bus. The former will likely have a TBP of 175W, with the latter topping out at around 140 to 150W.
There is a good chance that AMD might release these GPUs without the X suffix as OEM exclusives and slowly slide them into the DIY market, beginning with Asia.