Navi Radeon By AMD: Architecture Breakdown

The first lineup of Navi by AMD got released back in July. After a long gap of seven years, AMD released Navi RDNA (Radeon DNA) as the successor of the previous GCN graphic card design which got released back in 2012. The reason why it’s expected to make gaming better is that it has better technology and processing speeds.

In a video uploaded on the official YouTube channel of Gamers Nexus, they inform that Navi RDNA’s goal is to run a program for every pixel on the screen. Also, the graphic card has to do a separate matrix multiplication for each and every pixel in order to achieve that. And that’s exactly what it’s supposed to do.

According to the article

Breaking Down The AMD’s Navi Radeon Architecture”, “The AMD graphic cards, RX 5700 XT and Radeon RX5700, amount to only the vanguard of this new product lineup. If the recent leaks were correct. And, then the mainstream GPUs that are built with the same foundation. As that of the RDNA will follow later this, and possibly be as so soon as early October”.

They further added, “This new generation of RDNA graphic cards has a brand new design that is quite different from its previous ancestors. The GCN design, which has taken over the GPUs ever since its release seven years ago”.

Now, the way it will be different from its ancestors is that it will be able to do the same amount of work.  And much more in a lot less time and in an even better way. This means that the processing speed and quality will see a massive increase.

Another thing added in the article is that the design will focus on minimizing lag. And providing a better experience to the gamers. The Navi RDNA is capable of performing an extra amount of work while reducing the use of pure silicon. This is turn will increase the efficiency of the process.

What do you think of this new innovation in graphic cards? Are you willing to give the new Navi RDNA by AMD a try? Let us know your thoughts about the same in the comments down below.