Company ASRock Unveils the Challenger model on its website sooner than expected - and reveals to us that the future mezzanine card will be quite similar to the red camp card already sold in stores
We heard about the existence of The Radeon RX 5600 XT model Through leaks in a variety of popular performance tests, but we did not get a full picture of its technical specifications due to the way these information documents are built. How good to have a company ASRock - which decided to add to its official site a product page for the Challenger D series RX 5600 XT, which solved us from the guesswork and prophecy phase.
According to the official page that has already disappeared from the network, the middle model is coming home AMD Will contain the same amount of processing units as theRadeon RX 5700, which is essentially based on the same familiar Navi 10 core - 2,304 units of the RDNA architecture, with slightly lower working frequencies (1,620MHz vs. 1,750MHz in Maximum Boost Clock mode) and a reduction in the 6GB graphics memory controller GDDR6 In a 192-bit interface compared to 8 GB of GDDR6 With 256-bit interface.
So what about the Navi 12 core that has starred in rumors in the past but has so far not been revealed in any commercial product? It may no longer see daylight - and will be replaced with Navi 22 along with the Navi 20 and Navi 24 cores as part of the expected transition of AMD For a new and slightly upgraded generation.
The performance tests we met painted a picture whereby the RX 5600 XT is closer toRadeon RX 5500 XT approves toRadeon RX 5700 outperforms - which is surprisingly special now that we find that there is a 63 percent increase in the number of processing units compared to the little brother launched just a few weeks ago.
The full RX 5600 XT visibility is set to take place during the big CES 2020 exhibition early next month - so we have about a week left to try and predict what this technology's recommended price will be, within a $ 150 gap that exists between current graphics processing products AMD. Think you have an answer to that? Let's talk about it in the comments.