With CES 2020 wrapping up, AMD have announced their 5600 XT GPU. The 5600 XT isn’t a top of the line product but rather one aimed at the mid-range consumer market. Yup, that means people like us, gamers that don’t necessarily have an 8K PC Monitor and an absolute beast desktop coupled with it.
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The 5600 XT is focused on delivering 60FPS 1080p gaming or rather “ultimate 1080p gaming performance” as described by AMD.
"The RX 5600 series graphics are powered by the groundbreaking 7nm RDNA architecture. RDNA architecture is engineered for the next generation of high-performance gaming. It’s the DNA that powers your games, the DNA that brings your games to life, the DNA that keeps evolving."
Engadget reports that "The 5600 XT features 36 compute units and 2,304 stream processors, the same as the Radeon 5700, but it has slower clock speeds between 1,375MHz and 1,560MHz. It also only has 6GB of GDDR6 memory, instead of the 5700's 8GB. Altogether, though, AMD says the new card is capable of up to 7.19 teraflops, whereas the 5700 is a bit higher at 7.95TFLOPS."
Designed to deliver the ultimate 1080p gaming experience, announcing the AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT graphics card.— Radeon RX (@Radeon) January 6, 2020
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