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AMD’s flagship RDNA 3 GPU may not have an all-new design after all

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AMD’s next-gen flagship graphics card (Navi 31, presumably the RX 7900 XT) may not go for a multi-chip module (MCM) design sporting two separate GPUs as previously rumored, and could stick with a single GPU (as traditionally used) instead.

Before we go into this, we should make it clear that the dual GPU rumor is just that – speculation that Team Red will build the flagship around a pair of GCDs (graphics compute dies) – as is the possibility that AMD might stay with the existing monolithic design it has always used for its Radeon consumer graphics cards.

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