Navi 21 XTX could be offered exclusively from AMD, so it would be something similar to the current TITAN cards from NVIDIA. This is judged by the fact that AMD’s AIB partners, unlike the XT version, know almost nothing about it yet, so there is only speculation that the XTX will have more CUs and higher clocks. And, of course, it’s also possible that everything will be different and the Navi 21 XTX will even be so exclusive that we won’t get it at all on the PC platform, so it will be a card only for Apple.
Ships 21 XT
~2.4 GHz (Game Clock)
– Patrick Schur (@patrickschur_) October 17, 2020
But now Patrick Schur presents us with information about the Navi 21 XT, which is supposed to have 16 GB of GDDR6 memory, as well as 255W TBP or TGP and a Game Clock around 2.4 GHz. In the opinion of the VideoCardz server, this measure will be more valid for better non-reference card models, but it is still a respectable measure, given that the Game Clock is only the middle value, above which is still the highest turbo.
The total consumption of 255 W looks very good, which may mean that, in terms of the ratio of gaming power and consumption, AMD NVIDII will at least equalize. But this comparison will be addressed as a secondary one.
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