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Specs for AMD's Radeon RX 5700 XT and RX 5700 have leaked

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Specs for AMD's Radeon RX 5700 XT and RX 5700 have leaked

Specs for AMD's Radeon RX 5700 XT and RX 5700 have leaked

The specifications of AMD's Radeon RX 5700 XT and Radeon RX 5700 have leaked online, revealing that the Radeon RX 5700 is basically a Navi-based version of AMD's Radeon RX 590/580 series cards, offering the same number of stream processors but with the benefits of Radeon's Navi architecture, higher core clock speeds and GDDR6 memory. 
 
AMD has claimed that their Navi/RDNA graphics architecture offers a 25% increase in IPC over the company's last-generation offerings, which when combined with higher core clock speeds will deliver gamers greater than 25% performance improvements in gaming performance per stream processor, which is an incredible generation over generation performance leap. 

Videocardz has also reported that AMD is offering its users an improved video encoder/decoder with Navi as well as a new multilevel cache structure, improved delta colour compression (to deliver more effective memory bandwidth) and increased compute efficiency for a diverse selection of gaming and computational workloads.  
 
 RX Vega 56RX 5700XT (Leaked)RX 5700RX 590RX 580RX 570
Process Tech and Architecture14nm Vega7nm Navi7nm Navi12nm Polaris14nm Polaris14nm Polaris
Stream Processors358425602304230423042048
Max FP32 Compute10.5 TFLOPS9.75 TFLOPS7.95 TFLOPS7,1 TFLOPS6.2 TFLOPS5.1 TFLOPS
Base Clock 1156MHz1605MHz1465MHz1469MHz1257MHz1168MHz
Gaming Clock 1755MHz1625MHz---
Boost Clock1471MHz1905MHz1725MHz1545MHz1340MHz1244MHz
Memory8GB HBM28GB GDDR68GB GDDR68GB GDDR58GB GDDR54/8GB GDDR5
Memory Bus2048-bit256-bit256-bit256-bit256-bit256-bit
Memory Clock800MHz14Gbps14Gbps8Gbps8Gbps7Gbps
Memory Bandwidth410GB/s484GB/s484GB/s256GB/s256GB/s224Gbps

AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT Benchmarks Leak  

All that's unknown about AMD's Navi series of graphics cards right now is their pricing, which will prove to be a critical factor as Navi approaches its launch this July. 

You can join the discussion on AMD's Radeon Navi RX 5700 XT and RX 5700 graphics cards on the OC3D Forums

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10-06-2019, 16:14:45

Dicehunter
Looking good, Guessing the Radeon VII replacement will arrive around Q1-Q2 next year.Quote

10-06-2019, 16:16:07

AlienALX
So if this is Polaris shrunk it should be cheap surely?

I'm still torn about the price. First rumour was cheap, second rumour was far more.

:sQuote

10-06-2019, 17:07:23

NeverBackDown
It's competing with a $500 card. Not sure why it should be cheap. I've seen plenty of nimrods say if it's more than $200 they will skip and buy 2080's. I wouldn't buy it at $500, I would say $400 should be the limit. It doesn't have RT or AI onboard.

Makes no sense. I don't get people's stupidity these days with tech.Quote

10-06-2019, 17:20:59

WYP
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
It's competing with a $500 card. Not sure why it should be cheap. I've seen plenty of nimrods say if it's more than $200 they will skip and buy 2080's. I wouldn't buy it at $500, I would say $400 should be the limit. It doesn't have RT or AI onboard.

Makes no sense. I don't get people's stupidity these days with tech.
It really depends on if this current iteration of Navi features Ray Tracing, if it doesn't they need to be a lot cheaper to be seen as offering good value. Similar pricing to NV but without Ray tracing won't cut it.

We will learn a lot on AMD's Horizon Gaming stream.Quote

10-06-2019, 19:14:12

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by WYP View Post
It really depends on if this current iteration of Navi features Ray Tracing, if it doesn't they need to be a lot cheaper to be seen as offering good value. Similar pricing to NV but without Ray tracing won't cut it.

We will learn a lot on AMD's Horizon Gaming stream.
I get that, but people seem to be expecting super cheap cards. Not sure why.

It's not even like the RT or AI stuff is worth it, it's useless for at least 1 more year.

But still, people need to realize the price/performance, not the features/price. The features from Nvidia are not much to write about now.Quote
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