Amd navi gpus
As a new batch of NAVI GPUs is expected to be released in October this year, reports keep popping up of new graphics cards joining AMD's product line. These include the expected AMD to launch a series of entry-level models to replace the Polaris 500 series, including the Radeon RX 5300 and Radeon RX 5500, as well as the existing high-end RDNA architecture RX 5700 released in the summer.
These two graphics cards are rumored to use Navi 12 and Navi 14 GPUs on the surface, and will conform to the existing Ryzen 5300, 5500, and 5700 naming structure; this number increases with the price and performance of the GPUs. The name
is particularly revealing because it relates to comments made by Radeon CEO Scott Herkelman earlier this year. He stated that AMD will adopt a more simplified naming scheme to make it easier for users to identify the position of a particular card in their generational hierarchy. The
plan is to maintain this consistency for the next 5 to 10 years. The Radeon RX 5300 and RX 5500 names will comply with the new policy of inheriting the Ryzen series nomenclature. In addition to the
naming scheme, ComputerBase also considers the RX 5300 to be part of the HP build list earlier this year, especially the Radeon RX 5300 XT, and the RX 5500 is mentioned in the manufacturer's EEC log file. Sapphire GPU. The
RX 5300 is expected to have 4GB of GDDR 5 and use the Navi 14 chip with 24 CUs, which makes it completely within budget. On the other hand, it is speculated that the RX 5500 uses Navi 12 technology and has 32 to 36 CUs. There is no information on the amount of VRAM, but anything greater than 6GB is a good option.
If the rumors are correct, the mid-range frontline budget should provide much-needed information about AMD's plan next month.