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    AMD Radeon Navi GPUs spied within MacOS Mojave code

    Navi 16, Navi 12, Navi 10 and Navi 9 referenced in a system file called AMDRadeon6000HWServices.
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    Re: AMD Radeon Navi GPUs spied within MacOS Mojave code

    Power-efficient 7nm Navi GPUs are considered to be the successors to the Polaris line, so it isn't expected that any of these Navi GPUs will be encroaching into top-end Vega GPU territory such as the recently revealed AMD Radeon VII.
    Yeah, but 16 CUs? I think people were hoping it would encroach on the 36CU RX580 at least. It would be a nice upgrade from the 11CUs of a 2400g however, so is this really an APU we are looking at here?

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    Re: AMD Radeon Navi GPUs spied within MacOS Mojave code

    Kinda reminds me my 3200€ Macbook Pro has a Radeon 560x inside... but hey, at least its not DDR3 anymore , so I got that going for me....

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    Re: AMD Radeon Navi GPUs spied within MacOS Mojave code

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    ... Yeah, but 16 CUs? I think people were hoping it would encroach on the 36CU RX580 at least. It would be a nice upgrade from the 11CUs of a 2400g however, so is this really an APU we are looking at here?
    Could be - that's the kind of numbers I'd hope to see in the next Gen APU (given previous iterations moved from 6 - 8 - 11, 16 probably isn't too big a stretch). Alternatively it could just be a 7nm mid-range dGPU - if it's for an ultra-thin MacBook it might be all the cooling can handle...

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    Re: AMD Radeon Navi GPUs spied within MacOS Mojave code

    Quote Originally Posted by scaryjim View Post
    it might be all the cooling can handle...
    *dab*

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    Re: AMD Radeon Navi GPUs spied within MacOS Mojave code

    wonder if its still going in a ps5 ?

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