Documentation from the European EEC database reveals a host of other variants of the E-Radeon RX 5000 that will probably leak to us in the near future
Getting started for the new Navi architecture AMD It is quite modest and boasts only two intermediate models, which are set to land on shelves as early as next month - but the sequel would appear to be much wider and varied, even if not necessarily based entirely on the advanced 7 nanometers in question.
Documentation of Sapphire, one of the oldest and largest partners of AMD And ATI before it, reveals plans to launch dozens of models under the family of the -Radeon New RX 5000 - Starting fromRadeon RX 5950 andRadeon RX 5950 XT at the top end,Radeon RX 5850 andRadeon RX 5850 XT, which are still designed to be more powerful than the first officially announced models,Radeon RX 5500 andRadeon RX 5550 at the lower end (both with standard versions and XT versions) that may be based on architecture Which is not ships, If judged according to the branding methods we saw in the past.
Sapphire is even planning to launch a seemingly new, reinforced Polaris model under the name Radeon RX 590 XT - but at this point it is unlikely that these are merely tentative registration requests, and it is not at all guaranteed that all of these possible model names will truly become official commercial products. It's definitely nice to get evidence thatAMD There are large and large plans for the Navi architecture,Vega Which preceded it in the upper market and remained "rare" and relatively difficult to obtain throughout her life, though information should be treated with great skepticism for the time being.
Will Navi be able to provide real competition for its video cards NVIDIA On all levels, or whether the launch of the updated Super models at the Green Camp will scratch the cards and bring back AMD Back to the underdog box that it has occupied for quite a few years? You are welcome to tell us about your estimates and assumptions in the comments.