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Today there is more good news for AMD fans; we may see "Nvidia Killer" graphics cards sooner than we initially thought.

When we discovered that AMD Radeon RX 5700 and RX 5700 XT had passed their RRA certification earlier this month, we still did not confirm the release date of the RX 5950 XT. The guess may be that one month after receiving your own certificate, we have been waiting for more good news. The

RRA certification pass is a prerequisite for any ASIC (application specific integrated circuit) issued in Korea. This certification is an important indicator of the final checkbox before the product is released. A recent report from

Wccftech shows that the AMD GPU family recently passed their RRA certification on February 19, 2020. This includes an AMD ATI102D32310 GPU, which many people think is the highly anticipated AMD Radeon RX 5950 XT.

In the past, AMD's Radeon RX 5700, 5700XT, RX 5500 XT, and RX 5600 XT were released approximately one month after achieving this certification. This may mean that we can see the new series of AMD graphics cards in late March. Although the official has not confirmed that the RX 5950 XT is one of the certified cards, most people think so.

However, there are some signs that a great release is about to be released. Although AMD may reserve this major version for Computex in June, Radeon RX 5950 XT and three other GPUs were mentioned in the EEC presentation: Radeon RX 5950, RX 5900 and RX 5800. Another hint of XT released by

RX 5950 The patent number follows a similar style to the previous Navi card. Although this may be the most important in terms of speculation, it is always fun to test these detective skills.

As with all spills, we recommend that you add a little salt! Although speculation is always exciting, if we only see more powerful updates to the existing Navi series, we may be disappointed, which is still good news!

However, if we see the release, it will be exciting to see the features of this card. It is not in vain that he is called the "Nvidia killer"!

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