Not the RX 600, not the RX 3070 or 3080, the Navi graphics card from AMD's first 7 nm process showed up this morning at the Taiwan Computex event as the Radeon RX 5700.
Slowly but surely, AMD is gradually building a series of graphics cards that can truly compete with Nvidia in the high-end segment, and the trust placed in Navi is growing as Sony chooses to build build PS5 around this technology process.
Of course, Navi will also compete in the PC market when AMD officially releases information on this line of graphics cards this morning at the Computex technology event, revealing the first version called the Radeon RX 5700.
Introducing the world’s first “Navi” gaming GPU based on all new RDNA gaming architecture: the AMD Radeon RX 5700 series. Learn more from # COMPUTEX2019: https://t.co/xwexmdDMin pic.twitter.com/rY2dAsq52l
– AMD (@AMD) May 27, 2019
However, to get the mystery of this line of graphics cards, AMD only revealed the launch date of the RX 5700 on July 7. Until then, this will be some important facts about the RX 5700.
- GPU Navi will now be more widely known under the name architecture RDNA.
- AMD said the new architecture will deliver performance per clock that will increase by 1.25 times, and performance per watt will be 1.5 times more efficient than the Graphics Core Next (GCN) architecture on GPUs. Polaris and Vega before.
- Radeon RX 5700 will be equipped with GDDR6 memory and PCIe 4.0 support.
- At Lisa SU's presentation – AMD CEO, the RX 5700 showed the ability to beat RTX 2070 at Strange Brigade.
The details will be revealed later at the event on June 10, so please silently look forward to a super product in the near future, and remember not to purchase GPU during this time.