AMD: Next-gen Radeon 'Navi' GPUs won't have a multi-chip design like Ryzen Threadripper



A lot of rumors have been flying around lately about AMD’s next-generation “Navi” graphics architecture. But one concrete bit of information places some long-standing speculation to rest: Navi for consumer graphics cards will be built using a traditional, singular GPU, rather than switching to an exotic multi-chip setup. David Wang, Radeon’s new graphics chief, told PCGamesN , “We are looking at the [multi-chip module] type of approach, but we’ve yet to conclude that this is something that can be used for traditional gaming graphics type of application.” PCGamesN reports that an MCM design “definitely” won’t be included in Navi graphics cards. To read this article in full, please click here

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