AMD Radeon RX 7000’s Navi 31 GPU might be called “Plum Bonito”

Published: 17th May 2022, 09:25 GMT   Comments

Please note that this post is tagged as a rumor.

AMD Navi 31 is Plum Bonito?

The RDNA3 desktop GPU deployment has entered ‘the fishy codename’ stage. 

Until now, AMD has only been using Navi 3X/SOC21 names internally for its upcoming flagship GPU based on RDNA3 architecture. Those names are oftentimes used to confuse people lurking into the Linux patches from drawing too many conclusions before these GPUs are even released.

According to Kepler, who has recently discovered that Navi 31 supports PCIe Gen5 interface, the same ASIC would carry a codename ‘Plum Bonito’. Noted, this is the first Navi 3X GPU to get a codename. Furthermore, a mysterious ‘Gemini’ was also mentioned which might be a dual-GPU variant of Navi 31, but not necessarily a gaming Radeon part, but rather a high-performance workstation GPU.

Interestingly, the first GPU from GFX1200 family was spotted, which is very likely the Navi 41 GPU. This processor has no codename yet, and to be honest there is not much that we know about RDNA4 architecture yet, however this isn’t the first time we hear that RDNA family will continue into the future. Navi 41 specifically was first mentioned by Komachi back in 2020.

Regardless of how far we are from the release of these GPUs, here’s a full family of RDNA GPUs and products:

AMD RDNA Graphics Chips
VideoCardz.comArchitectureGPUCodenameProduct
RDNA 1.0
GFX1010NAVI 10RX 5700/5600
GFX1011NAVI 12PRO 5600M (MAC)
GFX1012NAVI 14RX 550
RDNA 2.0
GFX10XXOberonPlayStation 5
GFX1020ArdenXbox Series
GFX1030NAVI 21Sienna CichlidRX 6900/6800
GFX1031NAVI 22Navy FlounderRX 6700
GFX1032NAVI 23Dimgrey CavefishRX 6600
GFX1033NAVI 24Beige GobyRX 6500
GFX1033Aeirth/Van GoghSteam Deck
GFX1036RaphaelRyzen 7000/Radeon 700M
GFX1037TBC
GFX1040Van Gogh LiteTBC
RDNA 3.0
GFX1100NAVI 31Plum BonitoRX 7900
GFX1101NAVI 32TBCRX 7800
GFX1102NAVI 33TBCRX 7700
GFX1103PhoenixRyzen 7000/Radeon 700M
RDNA 4.0
GFX1200NAVI 4XTBCRX 8000



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