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AMD’s Phoenix APU Could Match Nvidia’s Mobile RTX 3060

YouTube channel RedGamingTech has also revealed some of the key details about the Phoenix APUs and reiterated that they will not only compete with the RTX 3060 but also destroy AMD’s own RX 6500XT in terms of performance. According to the report, the chips will likely ship with 6 Workgroup Processors (WGP) with 256 shaders each for a total of 1536 cores. In addition, while the CPU cores in the Phoenix APUs will have a 4GHz base clock and up to 5GHz boost frequencies, the GPU cores will reportedly be able to hit clock speeds of 3GHz or more.

According to earlier reports, the Phoenix APUs will offer PCIe 5 connectivity like their Dragon Range counterparts but support LPDDR5 instead of the standard DDR5 chips for better efficiency. On the CPU side of things, the top-end Phoenix chips will have up to 8 cores with 16MB of L3 cache. Overall, AMD’s Ryzen 7 chips promise to be highly exciting for gamers and enthusiasts. However, people will still have to wait for AMD’s official announcement and verified real-life benchmark scores to get a more definitive idea about them. Meanwhile, AMD is set to launch a set of new RX 6000-series discreet graphics cards later this week, and leaked benchmark results suggest that they’ll offer stiff competition to Nvidia’s RTX 3000 lineup.

Source: Gremon55/Twitter, RedGamingTech

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AMD’s Phoenix APU Could Match Nvidia’s Mobile RTX 3060

YouTube channel RedGamingTech has also revealed some of the key details about the Phoenix APUs and reiterated that they will not only compete with the RTX 3060 but also destroy AMD’s own RX 6500XT in terms of performance. According to the report, the chips will likely ship with 6 Workgroup Processors (WGP) with 256 shaders each for a total of 1536 cores. In addition, while the CPU cores in the Phoenix APUs will have a 4GHz base clock and up to 5GHz boost frequencies, the GPU cores will reportedly be able to hit clock speeds of 3GHz or more.
According to earlier reports, the Phoenix APUs will offer PCIe 5 connectivity like their Dragon Range counterparts but support LPDDR5 instead of the standard DDR5 chips for better efficiency. On the CPU side of things, the top-end Phoenix chips will have up to 8 cores with 16MB of L3 cache. Overall, AMD’s Ryzen 7 chips promise to be highly exciting for gamers and enthusiasts. However, people will still have to wait for AMD’s official announcement and verified real-life benchmark scores to get a more definitive idea about them. Meanwhile, AMD is set to launch a set of new RX 6000-series discreet graphics cards later this week, and leaked benchmark results suggest that they’ll offer stiff competition to Nvidia’s RTX 3000 lineup.
Source: Gremon55/Twitter, RedGamingTech

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