Today we only know of three Navi graphic card models: the RX 5700 XT and RX 5700 and the 50th anniversary model. That AMD plans to continue nourishing the market with more models of different power is expected, but according to the source code of a recent graphic driver for Linux, this may happen sooner rather than later. The friend Tum Apisak has published on Twitter the following:
The three 5700 that are known are based on Navi 10. Possibly the so-called “Navi 10 Lite” corresponds to the less powerful model, but there are references to Navi 12, 14 and 21, both common and “lite”. You can not know what corresponds to today, but it is easy to think that it is new more powerful graphics that can face the Nvidia RTX. Also, if we consider what The Inquirer says, it can be perfectly components for workstations or laptops.
However, that AMD is going to launch more Navi GPU is clear. The company is in full transition towards 7 nm, and currently the only graphic of these characteristics is the Radeon VII, with the Vega architecture. Recall, on the other hand, that the RX 5700 XT wants to catch up with the RTX 2070 from Nvidia, while the RX 5700 will do the same with the RTX 2060. This leaves the door open to more competitiveness, given that the Turing family reaches much more currently.
NV_NAVI10_P_A0 = 1,
NV_NAVI12_P_A0 = 10,
NV_NAVI14_M_A0 = 20,
NV_NAVI21_P_A0 = 40,
NV_NAVI10_LITE_P_A0 = 0x80,
NV_NAVI10_LITE_P_B0 = 0x81,
NV_NAVI12_LITE_P_A0 = 0x82,
NV_NAVI21_LITE_P_A0 = 0x90,
NV_UNKNOWN = 0xFFhttps://t.co/gUMCpbtAcZ
— APISAK (@TUM_APISAK) June 18, 2019