AMD RX 5500

According to Chinese sources, AMD has contacted its AIB partners about plans to launch the RX 5500 graphics card. It is a mainstream GPU based on Navi 14 architecture, reports TechPowerUp.

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There are currently no news on the graphics card in question from AMD, but as of the launch date it is mentioned December 12th, which is in line with previous expectations and represents a complete GPU launch where AMD partners will ‘publish their own graphics card versions.

AMD Radeon RX 5500 should compete with the NVIDIA GTX 1660, and replace the AMD RX 570, RX 580 and RX 590 graphics cards in product lines. The Navi 14 chip is based on TSMC’s 7nm production process, has 22 compute RDNA units (1408 stream processors) and a 128-bit GDDR6 memory bus.

When it comes to VRAM, it will be available in 4GB or 8GB video memory, which offers 14 Gbps or 224 GB/s of memory bandwidth. The GPU working clock is 1670MHz “Boost” and 1845MHz “Gaming”.

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