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Get ready for the competition: New AMD Navi cores pop up online

Evidence on the web about preparing for the launch of new models - based on cores 12 and 14 We haven't known yet

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The launch of the Radeon RX 5700 and Radeon RX 5700 XT cards, the first based on the Navi 10 core in the 10 NM manufacturing process, has shown us that AMD is capable of competing well for its latest products Who are known to enjoy significant market share and popularity. The main problem with the whole thing was that it was only two models, within a narrow price range of less than $ 100, from an entire category at most price levels Still competing mostly on her own - which is something that may change in the near future.

Mention of Navi 12 and Navi 14 cores was observed In some performance tests And in one of the components of the drivers from home , And with the next update to those drivers due to arrive in mid-October, they estimate that the chip developer will reveal models New to the stationary market (and maybe not just?) Over the next few weeks.

Extras inside a library where Makes official use - with the names 12 and 14

Technical details we don't have yet, but based on the method we met in the Polaris card generation it is assumed that the Navi 12 and Navi 14 cores may be smaller and more modest than the Navi 10 cores, with the intention of replacing the same old Polaris cores within the series RX 500 at price levels of 300 dollars and below - perhaps in series RX 5600 and RX 5500 that we heard from official registration requests from a company A few months ago.

Any future video card theme from home It's still shrouded in mystery, but the very discussions and reports on the subject are a positive sign of our liking

One of the popular Twitter leaflets last month introduced a record of hardware identified with the Navi 14 core that includes 24 processing clusters, or 1,536 RDNA cores (compared to 2,304 and 2,560 processing units in the RX 5700 and RX 5700 XT models respectively) Up to 1,900MHz. Could this be a hint for the card that will soon replace the RX 590 and RX 580? Promise to keep you updated.

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