AMD’s latest Radeon graphics cards with new RDNA architecture have gone on sale in the whole world including India as mentioned date 7/7. But both GPUs launched at a lower price as compared to E3 announced price, because of Nvidia’s latest RTX super GPUs.
Nvidia unveils the RTX super lineup before just one week to give the competition to AMD’s new Radeon GPU’s launch. Because of that AMD cut down the price of their new GPUs just before 2 days of the launch date.
The AMD Radeon RX 5700XT is now officially priced at Rs. 30990 (without 18% GST, which comes approximately Rs. 36,570 ) and the Radeon RX 5700 will cost Rs. 26,990 (without 18% GST, which comes approximately Rs. 31,850) in India. The original price before the launch was Rs. 34,990 (5700XT) and Rs. 29,990 (5700) (without 18% GST) respectively.
AMD has not launched its Radeon 5700XT Anniversary Edition which will cost more. The two GPUs will be positioned below the Radeon VII. Will these two GPUs compete with the Nvidia’s RTX and RTX super GPUs which costs more. We will see the head to head on Youtube reviews.
AMD’s two GPUs (5700XT and 5700)are based on new RDNA architecture with the code name “Navi” and uses the 1st latest 7nm technology to increase the performance while running more power efficiently. Both the GPUs support the latest PCIe 4.0 interface with a combination of Ryzen 3000 series CPUs and latest x570 chipset-based motherboards.
Radeon RX5700XT features 40 compute units, for up to 9.7 TFLOPs graphics bandwidth respectively. This card has 1605 MHz base clock, 1755 MHz game clock and 1905 MHz boost clock. It has 8GB GDDR6 256-bit VRAM. This card has 2560 SP graphics core and TDP of 225W.
Radeon RX5700 features 36 compute units, for up to 7.9 TFLOPs graphics bandwidth respectively. This card has 1465 MHz base clock, 1625 MHz game clock and 1725 MHz boost clock. It has 8GB GDDR6 256-bit VRAM. This card has 2304 SP graphics core and TDP of 185W.
Both GPUs comes with 7nm technology and blower style cooler. GPU uses an aluminum alloy shroud and a graphite thermal interface material on the GPU itself.
AMD’s latest NAVI and Custom Zen processor are confirmed that they will power the upcoming PlayStation 5, Xbox Project Scarlett, and Google Stadia.