The next generation of AMD Navi GPUs is almost upon us. Dubbed Big Navi by fans, (or Navi 2X if you’re AMD), this next-gen family of RX 6000 graphics cards will be based on AMD’s new RDNA 2 architecture, and the first AMD GPUs to come with built-in ray tracing support. While the first wave of Big Navi cards due out before the end of 2020 are largely expected to go head to head with Nvidia’s new RTX 3070, RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 GPUs, we’re also expecting next-gen replacements for AMD’s existing RX 5000 series at some point to fill out the rest of AMD’s highly anticipated RX 6000 family.
We won’t have to wait long before we finally know all that key Big Navi info like their release date, price and specs, either, as AMD have just announced they’ll be holding an RDNA 2 event on October 28th. So to help keep you up to date on all things Big Navi, here’s a round-up of everything we know about AMD’s Big Navi GPUs so far.