AMD Radeon RX 6000 based on Navi 21 XT, Navi 21 XT AIB, and Navi 21 XL Power consumption numbers

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Recently we got big leaks of AMD’s Radeon 6000 series Big GPUs. Today Igor reported the Power consumption of figures for the AMD “Big Navi” GPU SKUs – Navi 21 XT, Navi 21 XT OC card, and Navi 21 XL.
According to Igor’s report, the recent figures, they mention TGP instead of TBP. We know that NVIDIA’s TGP figures are based on the entire board’s power consumption like GPU, VRAM, VRM, fans & everything that feeds on power. The AMD equivalent of TGP is regarded as TBP and according to Igor, the figures we got to see earlier that suggested the Navi 21 XT at 255W and Navi 21 XL at 220W were in fact just the GPU and VRAM figures.
According to the data, The Navi 21 XT would have a stock GPU power of 235W. Thus the TBP (total board power) of AMD Radeon RX 6000 graphics card based on Navi 21 XT would be at around 320W, while the custom board figure increases to  355W TBP.
The Igor also included the Navi 21 XL GPU power consumption figures. This model would have a stock GPU power of 203W and the total board power (TBP) of 290W. 
In this leak, we also got the memory configurations of Navi 21 XT and XL GPUs. As per the same lake, This both Navi 21 XT and Navi 21 XL GPU powered Radeon RX 6900 series graphics card will come packed with 16 GB of GDDR6 memory. In previous leaks, we also reported the Infinity Cache features on Navi 21 GPUs.
According to Igor, The Navi 21 XT will fetcher the Samsung “K4ZAF325BM-HC16” DRAM chips which are rated at 16 Gbps speeds for 512 GB/s bandwidth. The Navi 21 XL cards will feature the Samsung “K4ZAF325BM-HC14” DRAM chips which are rated at 14 Gbps and will deliver 448 GB/s bandwidth.
Igor also mentions in her article is The Availability of AIB custom models for the Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards will be around mid-November which means soon after the launch while we can expect more premium variants around the end of November.
AMD is set to announce its RDNA 2 GPU architecture-based Radeon 6000 series graphics card on October 28th.

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