AMD Navy Flounder Graphics Card May Be Navi 22 In Disguise

AMD’s new obsession for marine wildlife might be a real thing. The chipmaker has named another forthcoming Radeon graphics card after a fish. On this occasion, AMD added initial support for Navy Flounder in the Linux display driver (via @Komachi)

A couple of months ago, a rumor arose that AMD had caught on to users poking around its drivers to find clues of new product releases. There were whisperings that AMD started to use alternate codenames to hide its graphics cards from hardware snoopers. Sienna Cichlid, which is presumed to be Navi 21, was the first example to jumped out of the water last month. And now, AMD is seemingly using the Navy Flounder codename to hide the Navi 22 silicon.

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