Amd navi gpu release
Good news for AMD fans, we have some news about the AMD Navi GPU release date. It looks like these GPUs will arrive at least on October 15th. On September 17, a Mesa committee of Mesa 19.2 was cancelled, and the latter made its final release a day later. The next version of the
Mesa 3D graphics library will not be released until around October 15th. This makes it seem that people running AMD open source projects want to get support for the 19.2 library before the next version. We may see compatible GPUs available before 19.3 or even drop.
Although we still don't know what specifications the new Navi 12 or Navi 14 GPUs will have, they seem likely to be the successors of the popular Polaris series of cards. This means that the performance of the new Navi GPU must be much better than the currently available options in order to be considered worthwhile.
The current RX 5500 series graphics cards perform particularly well in terms of performance and price. In order for the new Navi cards to be value for money, their performance must be better than or at least matching the RX 570, 580 and 590 cards.
If the Navi card somehow manages to surpass its predecessors, this may also cause problems at the end of NVIDIA. Given that NVIDIA’s GTX 1650 Ti is rumored to come out at the end of October, the card should also compete with the aforementioned RX 5500 series.
As the market for cheaper but "budget" graphics cards grows stronger, this is good news for gamers with tight budgets. When picking parts for the next build, we will have many options in the future, even if we are just looking for quick updates.
What do you think? Do you think these rumors about the launch of AMD Navi GPU are true? Do you think Navi GPU will be comparable to their predecessors? Please let us know in the comments below.