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3DMARK results for AMD's rumoured RX 5600 XT have appeared online

This graphics card is over 30% faster than AMD's RX 5500 XT

3DMARK results for AMD's rumoured RX 5600 XT have appeared online

3DMARK results for AMD's rumoured RX 5600 XT have appeared online

It looks like AMD's rumoured Radeon RX 5600 XT has appeared on UL Benchmarks' 3DMARK database, with an unknown 6GB GPU delivering performance levels that are over 30% higher than AMD's Radeon RX 5500 XT. 

In data uncovered by Reddit user _rogame, benchmarks an unknown graphics card has showcased performance levels that are similar to AMD's Radeon RX Vega 56, offering compelling performance levels when compared to Nvidia's GTX 1660 Ti/1660 Super. 

The unknown Radeon GPU in question matches the leaked specifications of AMD's Radeon RX 5600 XT, listing a VRAM capacity of 6GB and memory speeds of 1500MHz, which lines up with 12Gbps GDDR6 memory modules. 

AMD has not released a 6GB graphics card for several hardware generations, and none of AMD's known 6GB graphics cards can deliver this level of performance. This points towards a new graphics card from AMD, with the most likely candidate being AMD's rumoured Radeon RX 5600 XT. 

Below is a list of 3DMARK benchmark scores for AMD's unknown 6GB graphics card, as compiled by The FPS Review.  

3DMARK results for AMD's rumoured RX 5600 XT have appeared online  
AMD's Radeon RX 5600 XT graphics card is due to offer stiff competition against Nvidia's GTX 1660 Super graphics card, delivering the same amount of VRAM and what's likely to be higher levels of core performance. AMD's Radeon RX 5600 XT is likely to be revealed at CES 2020. 

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22-12-2019, 16:32:14

Dicehunter
Hoping we eventually get results for AMD's BIG Navi card Quote

22-12-2019, 16:38:39

WYP
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Hoping we eventually get results for AMD's BIG Navi card
Yeah, I want to see a BIG Navi card. Better still, I want to see a big RDNA 2 card. With Hardware RT and VRS it could really make Nvidia look bad. Then again, Nvidia only needs to move to 7nm to get a big performance boost.Quote

22-12-2019, 17:22:12

AngryGoldfish
That's impressive. And Time Spy doesn't always favour AMD. Vega 56 is generally about on par with a 1070Ti in games, which is about 12-15% faster than both the 1660 Super and 1660Ti. If these come in at a good price (I'd say $230-250), they're going to do well. I imagine they're going to be $250-280 though.Quote

22-12-2019, 19:10:30

Avet
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
That's impressive. And Time Spy doesn't always favour AMD. Vega 56 is generally about on par with a 1070Ti in games, which is about 12-15% faster than both the 1660 Super and 1660Ti. If these come in at a good price (I'd say $230-250), they're going to do well. I imagine they're going to be $250-280 though.
It doesn't favor AMD because in last 10 years it was coded specifically for Nvidia. No one is breaking world records with AMD cards. Their driver team also needs to step up.

I really hope there will be a BIG AMD card. It would change so many things for the better. But they need to have a proper release and not make a mess of it like they did with every Ryzen launch, Vega, Radeon 7, etc...Quote

22-12-2019, 21:07:57

AlienALX
AMD don't need huge cards. They never make money from them.

All they need to do is just continue with what they are doing now.

Make consoles which devs will support (they have no choice unless they want to lose access to millions of dollars in sales) and continue on making these devs get the games to target the hardware.

4k 30 solid is now a given on the XB1X. Next mission? 4k 60 in the next gen. Maybe throw in a bit of RT? Not sure yet if that'll be the Xbox sex and PS5 or whether it'll be the gen after.

But fact is nothing more than matching hardware should be needed, plus 20% to make up the pc difference.

Personally I think AMD are in a much better position than Nvidia to dictate now. Both of the big consoles. That's 2-1 and that's assuming Nvidia are in every gaming pc on the market which of course they aren't.

RTX will die out. I can assure that. TBH it's not even very good. The best display of RT I've yet seen is that unreal demo. It's amazing, and ran better on the Vega 64 than my 2070s. And that's telling about the core design. I think Nvidia need to stop lopping bits off their cards and sell it as something and concentrate on whatever AMD decide to use in the consoles. Or they'll die out, unless they can find some other market to tap into.

Sure Nvidia are holding all the cash right now but guess what? AMD hold the cards. Just like they did with Ryzen.

Consoles are also becoming more like pcs with every gen, too, and eventually people will realise how much they're paying to build a pc in parts over buying this small box that basically does it all and costs way less to do for price to perf.

Most people jumped to pc gaming a few years ago to dodge high priced console games. But in the last two years they're now the same pride and loaded with bugs and crap to get them working.

Consoles have gotten so good with the pro and 1x that the next gen actually excites me more than pc gaming. Mostly because for the whole time DX12 has been out all of the improvements have been happening on consoles.

RDR2 runs solid 4k 30 on XB1X and upscales at times to almost 6k. That's actually sick for the power it has, and makes the mind boggle as to how the next gen consoles will be.

PC? Incremental boring stale overpriced market. Where's the fun in that?Quote
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