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Summer 2019 in the doorway and AMD Heats motors towards competition against On the heart of the gamer with the new graphics cards for the family .

God- 5700 is a family that carries a little noslastic name (for those of you who remember HD 5000) and has a brand that also makes a comeback in the form of XT (a branding that disappeared a little over a decade ago on Radeon cards).

The goal is clear - creating complete AMD systems that include a processor and a graphics card containing AMD cores, Stay out of the game for some users.

The older brother's name in the pair is the Radeon RX 5700 XT. This video card is based on the RDNA architecture In the 7 process the nanometer. It contains 8GB of Graphic type . The frequency of the operation this time is slightly different from what we knew with a base clock, a maximum clock and a clock. The game clock is the frequency at which the average video card is expected to be played while playing.

The Radeon RX 5700 XT has put the successful RTX 2070 in the competition . In front of him in a selection of games she chose , Observed transport Average of about 5 percent and more.

With a relatively minimalist and unique design, RX 5700 XT will come to market with processors New ones when it carries a price tag of 449 dollars, about 50 dollars less than the price 2070

There is also a cheaper model called Radeon RX 5700 (this time without XT). This video card comes to compete directly with 2060's RTX . Is an 8GB theme of And action frequencies are slightly lower than those of his older brother.

Here the performance performance looks high and impressive together for the XT model versus RTX 2070. This confidence in performance The authority to price the video card a little over- 2060 with a price tag of 379 dollars compared to the competitor's 349 dollars. We can not help but be a little doubtful if this is the right step in marketing, since the same price will drive a lot of persuading the user to move to the Red side and less popular in the competition.

For these two graphics cards, third-party versions are expected from a variety of print board manufacturers such as Asus, Gigabyte, , And all are expected to arrive in the Holy Land already in July through the various local distributors.

We strongly recommend waiting for the independent performance tests many of us will do. Do these graphics convince you that on the red side there are winning products? Sounds to read in comments!


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  1. Not quite impressive.
    Not a low price, a performance that compares to what is today and arrives a year late, all using the most advanced production process available.
    In contrast to the competition they have nowhere to go from here.
    The competition, NV, quite easily can increase some speed, fix some prices, throw some dodgy game into a package and continue to run the market unchecked.
    It's a pity, but it's not surprising.

  2. It's a shame they don't have a weaker ticket in the NIS 1000 area, one that will compete against the 1660TI
    I would buy ...

    1. Just like your name, everything is stories because even then you wouldn't buy anything, because there is nothing.
      You and everything else that is not self-contained, ever.
      Either you buy a strong ticket and stay with it or you buy a ticket from Top Line and stay with it for years, what exactly is the problem to decide?
      If you have a lot of time to play = quit working.
      If you don't have much time to play = what's the problem?
      Boy.

      1. Lol but why are you so angry?
        I like to play a little on a computer and don't want to spend a lot of money on a video card
        Anyway like I said they don't have a new card for MID which seems to me to be their poor decision, because anyone who wants to buy a high card will buy nVidia's because these amounts are another 200 ~ this one doesn't really matter ...
        In contrast, the Mid are people who want maximum performance and minimum price, always.

  3. Quote of Guest NONAME

    Just like your name, it's all stories that even then you would not buy anything because nothing. You and the rest are not closed on themselves, ever. Either you buy a strong card and stay with it or you buy a ticket for a nice line and stay with it for years, what exactly is the problem? If you have a lot of time to play = quit working. If you do not have much time to play = what is the problem? Boy.

    How do I die for those hate and anger that are bad for them in life, and they do not even bother to open up Yozir. Just come to drip poison into two three discussions

    And go.

    Be strong .. you need it ..

  4. You noticed that it is HDMI 2.0 and not 2.1
    It's not understandable why an outdated standard?

    What's the point of PCI-E 4.0?
    Not understandable if it supports Nflix's 4K streaming?

    Because Nflix does not confirm that AMD has one processor that supports 4K

    1. 1. In HDMI rules 2 is sufficient for 4K to 60FPS
      2. They are just dicks on us and do not adopt the new standard released in November 2017
      3. There are not many TVs that came out on 2019 with support for 2.1, which is also weird
      4. The PCI-E 4 does need to because it enables the production of ultra-fast storage devices M.2 for those who need speeds. In fact, anyone who creates or works in work environments that require very high writing rhythms does need it. You may not, the market in general yes, always remember that.
      The fact that you are a small dick and need nothing does not mean that others should not.
      5. Progress Progress Progress, in any case, should or should not run forward either way.

  5. Quote of Guest NONAME

    1. In HDMI 2 rules sufficient for 4k Up to 60FPS 2. They just give us a dick and do not adopt the new device released in November 2017 3. There are not many TVs that came out on 2019 with 2.1 support, Which is also strange 4. PCI-E 4 Yes should because it allows to produce devices storage M2 for those who need speeds. In fact, anyone who creates or works in work environments that require very high writing rates does need it. You may not, the market in general yes, always remember that. It's that you're a little prick and should not say anything that others do not need. 5. Progress has made progress, in any case it should or should not run forward either way.

    There are not many TVs that came out on 2019 with 2.1 support,

    1. All OLED screens with 2.1 HDMI
    Samsung 8K with 2.1 HDMI

    2. For amazing HDMI 2.1 games

    3. I was thinking of buying a new computer, but without HDMI 2.1 there is no point throwing 10,000

  6. A harsh disappointment

    I bought OLED C9 with HDMI2.1 abroad
    And there is no video card with HDMI2.1

    Don't understand why investing a new computer in 13000
    As standard card from 2014

    The differences in the standard and games are dreamy

  7. I do not understand why all the performance tests, all the modifications go for games. What about renders? What all the insistence on games

  8. Quote of guest Yaron

    I do not understand why all the performance tests, all the modifications go for games. What about renders? What all the insistence on games

    Very right

    Synthetic tests that do not say anything.

    There are no contras for a graphics card, colors?
    Color range does not reach 12BIT at all.

    And partial 10 BIT

    Write : adeon series 5700 will obviously support FreeSync 2 (Dolby Vision HDR10).
    Where is HDR 10 + ???
    Just for the sake of understanding Dolby Vision this is standard in 12 BIT color, you hardly get 10 BIT because the color card does not have this color range in HDMI 2.0 standard

  9. We have already progressed to 7NM, I wonder why they are not developing a competitor to 1080TI / 2080TI?
    NVIDIA is doing their best with the prices in this section…

  10. Quote of Epidem

    We've already progressed to 7NM, I wonder why they aren't developing a competitor to 1080TI \ 2080TI? NVIDIA is doing their best with the prices in this section…

    1- They do not have sufficient resources and the PC GPU for gaming is a third priority for AMD. They do not want to invest in other areas where they are very active

    2- This market is not lucrative compared to the other segments (but it is the one that gives the glory and is in itself worth a lot of "prestige" of the other products which indicates that it is not really AMD's choice not to go into these practical inability)

    Their 3 architecture, at least until now, does not allow it in terms of power. It is very inefficient and it would be a nightmare to put such a card into an average desktop computer. It takes time to scale up to the new architecture - RDNA - which probably will
    4 - Maybe a thought that they will put one out later and then see continuity and continuity of development and progress. Most important in terms of investors and the stock exchange and all that.

  11. Quote of Epidem

    We've already progressed to 7NM, I wonder why they aren't developing a competitor to 1080TI \ 2080TI? NVIDIA is doing their best with the prices in this section…

    You probably don't understand but navi 5700xt is on the caliber of 1080ti.

    When you do not get deep in your bans, or read non-serious and uneducated responses, you miss the picture.

    5700xt is at the level of 1080ti minus 4% before trying to speed it up.

    Convert 450 $ to Consumer.

    Is this news?

    To a certain extent yes. Not amazing but yes.

  12. What interests me is whether you can burn the jubilee version of the jubilee version with 235W on the simple model, because if it is possible then we will get a RTX2070 card at a much more attractive price, just like with the VOBA 56 / 64 bug burners.

  13. Quote of nec_000

    Probably not understanding but ships 5700xt is a calibrated level of 1080ti (the same performance area).

    When you do not get deep in your bans, or read non-serious and uneducated responses, you miss the picture.

    5700xt is at the level of 1080ti minus 4% before trying to speed it up.

    Price $ 450 Consumer. 1080ti recalls last year's 700 $ so this is a handsome reduction.

    Is this news?

    To a certain extent yes. Not amazing but yes.

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    Quote of Moon-Mage

    Say you make fun?
    What kind of demagoguery is this to give the price of the 1080TI launched in March 2017 (!) That only in the not very close future may be able to find 5700XT in 450 $.
    In the meantime, all "look forward" to the gospel of I HAVE D Could buy 1080TI second hand a year ago for less money than the 5700XT will cost and get more than a year of Performence tall.

    right!! I am dying to buy an AMD card preferring their drivers over AMD and including the technology but I also currently have a second hand 1080TI and definitely better than the cards AMD finds (for high resolution)

  14. Anyone who has not learned from the pre-launch statements and especially those from AMD - is absolutely required to wait for at least 4 independent reviews and see what the practical price level is.
    Before that there is nothing to talk about, everything in the air and waving of hands.

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