AMD is now introducing their RDNA2 GPU architecture to laptops and mobile devices with the new RX 6000 series mobile GPUs. Notebooks packing the Radeon RX 6800M, RX 6700M, and RX 6600M will be available soon globally.
The RDNA2 or Big Navi-based GPUs are promising up to 1.5x the performance and 43% lower power requirements over the previous generation mobility GPUs. All three will also sport AMD Smart Access Memory and AMD SmartShift for additional performance.
AMD says that their new GPUs, the RX 6800M 12GB in particular, can go head to head against the Green Team’s RTX 3070 and RTX 3080 on mobile devices. Those who are upgrading from last year model’s like an RTX 2070-equipped notebook can also expect up to 1.7x performance in some titles.
|GPU||RX 6800M||RX 6700M||RX 6600M|
|Manufacturing Process||7nm TSMC|
All three GPUs as well as their desktop counterparts will also be compatible with AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution. Essentially their answer to NVIDIA’s DLSS, FidelityFX promises up to twice the performance at 4K compared to native, varying settings depending on quality and performance, as well as broad support for more than 100 GPUs and CPUs.
AMD’s new Radeon RX 6000M series GPUs are expected to make its their appearance on partner notebooks soon. Brands will also be announcing their new notebooks this Computex 2021.