Amd provides fresh details about upcoming navi radeon rx 5000 gpu series
The Navi series of the next-generation AMD GPUs are still kept secret, only vaguely confirmed that they are under development, and the rumor factory has made speculative details in advance. In AMD's keynote speech at Computex in 2019,
Matters has changed, and the manufacturer has provided attractive new segments about Radeon RX 5000 series GPUs. The number 5000 is a tribute to AMD's 50th anniversary. The
GPU uses the newly developed RDNA architecture. In addition to powerful lyrics, RDNA promises to provide maximum gaming performance and efficiency, which AMD touts as "the future of gaming." AMD explained that compared with the current Graphics Core Next architecture, each clock has been increased by 1.25 times, and the overall performance has increased by 1.5 times. The
architecture uses a new computing unit design, a multi-level cache hierarchy designed to reduce latency and increase bandwidth while reducing power consumption, and an optimized graphics pipeline to achieve higher overall clock speeds and improvements in per-clock performance, all of these All have a smaller physical size. Fingerprint.
Interestingly, the keynote also confirmed that the RDNA architecture will power the chip in the upcoming Sony PlayStation 5 (rumored codename Gonzalo).
AMD provided a preview of the Radeon RX 5700 series of desktop games that will be released in July. The 7nm manufacturing card contains GDDR6 memory and PCIe 4.0 integration, making it compatible with AMD's new 3rd Gen Ryzen CPU. Together these appear to be on par with the appeal of the market-leading IntelNvidia pairing in terms of performance, and they hope to be attractive to consumers for AMD.
AMD didn't stop there, and through a short preview, we were happy to see the comparison between this card and Nvidia RTX 2070, and we showed the mummy-killing shooter Strange Brigade, a game that supports AMD architecture by default. . it distorts the test to some extent. However, the results are impressive, with a 10% performance improvement over Nvidia's GPU. The
RX 5700 is the first in the Radeon RX 5000 series. Its range of full-color games, game consoles and cloud streaming GPUs will launch on June 10 during the Next Horizon Gaming celebration at E3 2019. We look forward to getting to know the in-depth details and the retail pricing structure.