Players who follow AMD graphics are sure to look forward to the next generation of RDNA 2 architecture and Big Navi Core products, after all, to support light catch-up, and the old Huang front just a little bit of the industry’s development. But i don’t know, there’s still something new in the RX 5000 series. A graphics device numbered “AMD 7340: CF” appeared in the CompuBench test database, codenamed GFX1012, apparently belonging to the Navi family, not the old architecture of the “horse.”
It was identified as the Radeon RX 5300, which uses the Navi 14 core and detects 24 sets of computing units (1536 stream processors) with a memory capacity of 3GB.
It’s not surprising that the Navi family now has the RX 5500 XT, which has complete space to extend downwards, but strangely, the RX 5500 XT is equipped with 22 sets of computing units, 1408 stream processors, and how can the RX 5300 be more?
In fact, AMD already has the notebook mobile version of the RX 5300M, 22 sets of units 1408 stream processors, that is, and RX 5500 XT, RX 5500M exactly the same, RX 5300 and mobile version of the gap is so large, not to mention the memory is indeed 3GB, bit width is certainly 96-bit.
In fact, in the second half of last year, HP and other brands of OEM units have appeared in the RX 5300 XT, but at that time there was no specific information.