Meet the first Navi models that will not be based on the basic cooling design AMD - and will try to bounce performance forward through improved engineering
Similar to MSI, It seems that the Taiwanese company ASRock did not really succeed or wanted to resist - and decided to officially announce Radeon RX 5700 and Radeon RX 5700 XT models Designing and engineering its own adapted now, a month before making their actual availability in stores.
The company's first series To the Navi era You will get the brand name Challenger Challenger, and will offer Cooling Double fans with a diameter of 10 one centimeter, along with a body Cooling Aluminum 4 tubes are made of 8 8 thick heat conduction tubes each, as well as a back-formed metal plate (in shades of black, white and yellow) to provide additional mechanical rigidity to the product and help with uniform heat dissipation.
Future video cards will be 28.1 inches long (with the printed circuit board itself slightly larger than the protruding heatsink), they will need a pair of 8Pin power supplies to operate in addition to the power supply from their PCI-Express 4.0 × 16 artery, will offer three DisplayPort ports 1.4 and a single HDMI 2.0b port - and will increase the base and boost frequencies by 40MHz to 50MHz compared to the reference models fromAMD. It is worth noting that there is no growth in the top Game frequency of the models, also available in the reference models, probably so as not to deviate from the original thermal envelopes - but it is quite possible that the improved cooling will allow the Challenger models to operate at maximum frequencies so that actual performance is upgraded this.
Recommended prices of tickets are not yet known to us, but it is quite reasonable to assume that ASRock Will choose to launch more of its own dedicated models later on, perhaps with more massive cooling and an enlarged power envelope that will also accelerate the frequency Memories God-GDDR6 Built-in and maximum core frequencies to which you can reach. We will continue to follow and update you!