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AMD Navi 21 XT/XL leak suggests an over 2.0GHz boost clock

Details about the AMD Navi 21 GPUs have leaked, detailing some specifications of the Navi 21 XT and XL GPUs. These details include base, game, and boost clocks of both GPUs, plus the TGP and memory capacity of the Navi 21 XT.

The first leak comes from @patrcikschurr, which stated that it was from an AiB partner graphics card. According to his tweet, the Navi 21 XT will be clocked at around 2.4GHz (game clock) and it will feature 16GB of GDDR6 memory and a TGP design of 255W.

After Patrick Schurr’s tweet, @_rogame further detailed the clocks frequencies of both the Navi 21 XT and XL GPUs. Apparently, the Navi 21 XL, which is expected to be the lesser version of the Navi 21 GPU, will come with a base clock ranging from 1350MHz and 1400MHz, a game clock between 1800MHz and 1900MHz, and capable of boosting up to 2100/2200MHz. On the other hand, the Navi 21 XT is higher clocked, featuring a base clock of 1450-1500MHz, a game clock ranging from 2000MHz to 2100MHz, and a boost clock of up to 2200-2400MHz. The reference cards should be closer to the bottom of the clock range, while AIB cards are expected to be closer to the top of it.

Besides the Navi 21 XT and XL, rumours say that there’s also an XTX GPU featuring more CUs and possibly different clock speeds. The cards equipped with these GPUs are all expected to feature 16GB of GDDR6 memory, 256-bit interfaces, and Infinity cache.

AMD has scheduled the announcement of its Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards for October 28th.

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