Tuesday, January 26th 2021

AMD Nashira Summit GPU Gets Spotted in Ashes of the Singularity Database

AMD's mysterious Nashira Summit GPU has been spotted in Ashes of the Singularity database. A similarly named Nashira Point GPU has appeared some time ago on the USB-IF website, which was also a mysterious product in AMD's Radeon graphics processors lineup. The Nashira Summit and Nashira Point seem to be a part of the common Nashira GPU family, which is presumably a codename for a lower-end Navi 22 or Navi 23 GPU models. Today, we managed to get a Nashira Summit score in the Ashes of the Singularity database. The GPU has been put through a set of AotS benchmarks and we have the scores. Unfortunately, tests have been run using all-custom settings, so it is impossible to compare it to some other GPU as a reference. The test was probably performed by AMD or some AIB. So far it is impossible to distinct whatever this is a mobile or a desktop product as both mobile and desktop GPUs are tested in the same manner. It remains a question what the mysterious Nashira Summit GPU is, so we have to wait for more information to find out.
Sources: AotS Database, via VideoCardz
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19 Comments on AMD Nashira Summit GPU Gets Spotted in Ashes of the Singularity Database

#1
londiste
This is basically maxed settings.
I do not have a 2160p monitor connected right now but my RTX3070 got results in the same range at 1440p.
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#2
r9
Breaking news: "Somebody somewhere is working on something. "
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#3
kapone32
Is it just me or does it look like that was using 2 GPUs?
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#4
AusWolf
r9Breaking news: "Somebody somewhere is working on something. "
More specifically: "AMD's GPU division is working on a GPU."

I seriously don't understand why things like this make it into the news.
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#5
HTC
r9Breaking news: "Somebody somewhere is working on something. "
Oh no: someone broke the news ...
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#6
windwhirl
AusWolfI seriously don't understand why things like this make it into the news.
Because people will happily gobble up every piece of news that may interest them?
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#8
AusWolf
windwhirlBecause people will happily gobble up every piece of news that may interest them?
That's okay, but there's literally nothing to gobble up here. It's like saying that R&D people at McDonalds are working on a new burger. Everybody knows that they are.
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#9
TheoneandonlyMrK
AusWolfThat's okay, but there's literally nothing to gobble up here. It's like saying that R&D people at McDonalds are working on a new burger. Everybody knows that they are.
Yeah, but what flavour/type/powers?!.
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#10
AusWolf
theoneandonlymrkYeah, but what flavour/type/powers?!.
That's the point. A single AotS benchmark score with custom settings can't tell much.
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#11
TheoneandonlyMrK
AusWolfThat's the point. A single AotS benchmark score with custom settings can't tell much.
It tells us it's working right now and has a name, of course it's not a detailed preview, I don't look at every news post, hint.
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#12
AusWolf
theoneandonlymrkIt tells us it's working right now and has a name, of course it's not a detailed preview, I don't look at every news post, hint.
So AMD is working on a project that appears to work and has a name. That clearly hasn't happened before. :wtf:
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#13
TheoneandonlyMrK
AusWolfSo AMD is working on a project that appears to work and has a name. That clearly hasn't happened before. :wtf:
In other news Nvidia released a driver and intel are making some CPU s, no that's yesterday, but it is what it is.
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#14
r9
AusWolfMore specifically: "AMD's GPU division is working on a GPU."

I seriously don't understand why things like this make it into the news.
That remind me of Frasier scene talking about clickbait on front page of a newspaper "Member of the royal family was seen wearing women's clothing." and then you go and read the news and it's about the queen. :D
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#15
Caring1
theoneandonlymrkYeah, but what flavour/type/powers?!.
Much like current new GPUs they have the power of invisibility.
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#16
Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
AusWolfMore specifically: "AMD's GPU division is working on a GPU."
In other news, the sky is blue and water is wet.
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#18
1d10t
$299 MSRP , for reviewer and influencer only.
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