It’s no secret that today, NVIDIA dominates the high-end market graphics cards with the RTX 2080 Ti, RTX 2080 SUPER (even the dry RTX 2080), where AMD currently has no competition. But luckily the situation seems to be changing and Lisa Su has confirmed that too in a new interview, saying that the big end is now very important for AMD and that soon they will introduce their next generation graphics cards that you can bring to the NVIDIA level in high school.
So, and if there is no official release of the product, we’ve put together the technical features that Big Six’s models will receive on a leak ( not specific details though there are many opportunities for them to succeed).
AMD Radeon RX 5950 and RX 5950 XT
Produced by TSMC with its 7 nm radius, the GPU of these graphs will be Navi 21
Both models will have a TDP of 350 watts, so they will need to use two PCI-Express 8-pin connectors for power transmission. Logically, both will work with the PCI-Express 4.0 interface. AMD would issue these two graphics cards as a spear in its heights.
AMD Radeon RX 5900 and RX 5900 XT
The features of the two models will be compared, like the previous ones, but reduce the number of features. If the RX 5900 XT
Here AMD would reduce the amount of RAM by half, as both would have 12 GB GDDR5 but with 384 bit, so their effective bandwidth would still be 672 GB / s. As for its TDP, it’s also a little reduced, up to 300 watts, but they still need two 8-PCIe connectors.
AMD Radeon RX 5800 and RT 5800 XT
Coming to the last two types of AMD, the graphics cards will continue to get attention at a higher level but, by their own standards, it doesn’t guarantee a smooth game with 4K resolution. In this case your GPU will be Navi 23 instead of Navi 21 though also produced by TSMC at its 7 nm radius. RAM, while still in GDDR6, would be reduced to 8 GB and a 256-bit bus, reducing their bandwidth limit to 448 GB/s.
In this case the RX 5800 XT will have 3328 cores with a base speed of 1600 MHz and up to 1775 MHz in amplification mode, while the RX 5800 will have 3072 cores at 1500 MHz base and 1735 MHz. Their TDP will be 275 watts, and they are expected to maintain the design of two electric PCIe connectors.
AMD graphics cards are as follows: feature summary
Below you have a comparison chart for these six models, which we hope, AMD will launch in the market in a very short time:
|Radeon RX 5950 XT||Navi 21||5120||320||96||24 GB||GDDR6||384 less||350 W|
|Radeon RX 5950||Navi 21||4864||304||96||24 GB||GDDR6||384 less||350 W|
|Radeon RX 5900 XT||Navi 21||4352||272||96||12 GB||GDDR6||384 less||300 W|
|Radeon RX 5900||Navi 21||4096||256||96||12 GB||GDDR6||384 less||300 W|
|Radeon RX 5800 XT||Navi 23||3328||208||64.||8 GB||GDDR6||256 less||275 W|
|Radeon RX 5800||Navi 23||3072||192||64.||8 GB||GDDR6||256 less||275 W|
Theoretically, all of these graphics cards will have a 7 nm + TSMC node, which will mean that the highest quality people use the transistors for the same high or low power consumption. Considering the TDP they will have in mind, this means that the increase in yield will be very high (expected the RX 5950 XT is 17% faster than the RTX 2080 Ti NVIDIA, and whether the RX 5950 works similarly or better or at a lower price).