AMD introduced several powerful new solutions that take high-performance gaming to new levels at Computex 2021 this week, including the RDNA 2 gaming architecture powering the new Tesla Model S and Model X infotainment systems. Elon Musk claims that its performance is on par with the Sony PlayStation 5, which means that these vehicles double as gaming powerhouses. Read more for the presentation from Computex and additional information.
The RDNA 2 gaming architecture consists of a Navi 23 GPU that sports a 128-bit bus interface with four 2GB DRAM modules for 8GB of GDDR6 memory (K4ZAF325XM dies). This memory is capable of operating at 14 Gbps to deliver a total bandwidth of 224 GB/s, while the Navi 23 GPU connects to the main B2B connector through a PCIe Gen 3 x8 link, complete with HDMI 1.4. How fast is Navi 23? Well, the GPU boasts a maximum of 32 compute units or 2048 cores and a clock speed of up to 2.44 GHz allows it to achieve 10 TFLOPs of compute power.
- System: Intel Core i5-10400F 2.9GHz 6-Core, Intel B460 Chipset, 8GB DDR4, 500GB PCI-E NVMe SSD, & Genuine Windows 10 Home 64-bit
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Super 6GB Video Card, 1x HDMI, & 1x DisplayPort
- Connectivity: 6 x USB 3.1, 2 x USB 2.0, 1x RJ-45 Network Ethernet 10/100/1000, 802.11AC Wi-Fi. Audio: 7.1 Channel. Keyboard and mouse
- Special feature: Tempered glass side case panel. RGB case lighting. RGB 7 colors, gaming mouse
- 1 year parts & labor. Free lifetime tech support
There have been incredible advances in gaming over the last several years, with powerful technologies allowing desktop PCs to deliver high-octane, beautifully complex and immersive worlds like never before. Today we’re excited to bring the high-performance, energy-efficient AMD RDNA™ 2 architecture to next-generation laptops to unlock the same level of high-performance experiences and true-to-life visuals for mobile gamers. With AMD Advantage, gamers can be sure these next-gen laptops are designed, optimized and purpose-built for the best possible gaming experiences,” said Scott Herkelman, corporate vice president and general manager, Graphics Business Unit at AMD.