AMD unveils ist first Navi architecture based GPU called Radeon RX 5000 series for PCs


AMD unveils its first Navi based GPU for PCs at the Computex 2019 event at Taiwan. The newest GPU in the list will be coming from the new GPU family of the company called the Radeon RX 5000 series which is scheduled to arrive in this July.

The next-generation graphics cards will be based on Navi architecture which is based on the 7nm fabrication process. These new chips will come with a plenty of enhancements when compared to the last-generation Vega architecture based chips. The company claims that the Navi based chips will deliver at least 1.25 times of the performance per clock as well as performance per watt as compared to the Vega-based chips.

The Radion RX 5000 series will be powered by a gaming engine dubbed Radeon DNA (RDNA). Out of this new RX 5000 series, the RX 5700 GPU will be first to make out to the market to be used in the PCs. This will also be the first gaming graphics cards to ship with PCIe Gen 4 enabled.

From these latest GPUs, AMD is ready to give a tough fight to NVIDIA’s range of GPUs. This latest generation AMD GPUs are made to deliver high gaming performance. This will be the same GPU to be bound up in the upcoming Sony PlayStation 5 Console making them quite credible over NVIDIA’s GPU.

As mentioned above, the Radeon RX 5000 series is expected to launch in July; however, the company didn’t unveil the pricing of these latest GPUs.

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