Here is the Navi 31, Navi 32, and Navi 33 image rendering

Last week, a website broke the news about the specific specifications of AMD’s next-generation GPU Navi 3* series and revealed the specific information of Navi 31, Navi 32, and Navi 33. Not only the specific configuration of the GPU but also the chip size and even the size of the infinite cache, these messages are different from the previous estimates.

Recently, Twitter user @Wild_C has made the renderings of these three GPUs so that everyone can see the appearance of the GPUs more intuitively. Of course, the renderings he made are actually based on the latest news. But that data actually only gives the overall area of ​​the GPU and the area of ​​the GCD and MCD and doesn’t tell you its length and width, so the above rendering is only a roughly calculated shape based on the area.

According to previous news, the area of ​​AMD Navi 31 GPU is 533mm², of which the GCD size is 308mm² and also includes 6 MCDs of 37.5mm². The size of Navi 32 is 350mm², its GCM area is 200mm², and there are 4 MCDs. The smallest Navi 33 uses a single-chip design with a GPU area of ​​203mm².

In addition, Navi 33 is likely to use the PCI-E 5.0 x8 interface instead of the x16 given in the above rendering. Additionally, the Navi 33’s die size means AMD uses a tilted GPU arrangement, which is what they’ve been using for entry-level GPUs for years.