Amd big navi release
AMD's so-called "Big Navi" or "Nvidia Killer" graphics card is believed to be released sometime this year.
The graphics card is rumored to have 4K performance and hardware-level ray tracing support, trying to compete with Nvidia's RTX 2080 Ti, hence the nickname "Nvidia Killer."
AMD fans call this new card "Big Navi" because it will be a more powerful and expandable version of the current RX 5000 series graphics cards.
AMD should announce its RDNA 2.0 architecture at any time, and people believe which one will support ray tracing. It is likely to appear on the Big Navi card.
Despite all the news and rumors about this card (plus two nicknames), it has not yet been officially confirmed by AMD. However, AMD CEO Dr. Su Lisha had these words at CES 2020: "You should expect us to have a high-end Navi." Of course, there is nothing to say, but this has not stopped the hype surrounding this card.
However, the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) registration called Radeon RX 5950 XT seems the main suspect of the Big Navi card. Others speculate that the Radeon RX 5950, Radeon RX 5900, or Radeon RX 5800 are actually Big Navi cards, all of which come from the EEC registration.
However, without confirmation, anyone can guess who, if any, is right.
Of course, without a lot of reliable information, there is no official release date to report. The rumors circulating began to heat up, suggesting that the card could be released soon.
A mysterious GPU was discovered in the Radio Research Institute database, which was certified on February 3. No one knows exactly which graphics card you are referring to, so naturally many people suggest that it is Big Navi. The
graphics card is usually released a month after certification, so we can see the launch in March.
Since there is no pricing information, we checked Nvidia's RTX 2080 Ti, which currently costs roughly US $ 1,495 or £ 1,149.
Given AMD's track record of offering more competitive pricing, we hope they will be able to maintain this habit and offer Big Navi at a lower price.
All is currently up in the air, but once we hear more specific information from AMD, we will let you know.