AMD announced a new generation of mainstream graphics RX 5500 series, including desktop and mobile, as early as early October, but today only the mobile version appears in Apple’s new MacBook Pro notebook, but the desktop version is nowhere to be seen. Today, themedia exposed the RX 5500 graphics card of the public version of the modeling, short and compact, a large fan in the middle, two HDMI and a DisplayPort output interface, but the specific frequency specifications are not known.
Note, however, that the card is not a retail version, but an OEM version from an HP desktop. Future players in the market to buy, as is customary is non-public version.
According to previously leaked official information, the RX 5500 is based on the Navi 14 core, has 22 computing units, 1408 stream processors, core frequency desktop version of the game 1670MHz, acceleration 1845MHz, mobile version of the game 1448MHz, acceleration 1 645MHz (base frequency not mentioned), with 128-bit 4/8GB GDDR6 memory, equivalent frequency 14GHz, bandwidth 224GB/s, typical power desktop version 110W, mobile version 85W, requires a single 8-pin auxiliary power supply.
Media also released the RX 5500 OEM version of the performance running score, 3DMark and game performance behind RX 580 overclocked version of about 5-10%, the late release of the overclocking non-public version is expected to be basically flat, while the load power consumption is only 133W, reduced by 35%, standby power consumption also reduced to 7W.
AMD’s opponent for the RX 5500 is the GTX 1650, which is reinforced or may be at war with the GTX 1650 Super, although there is still some gap compared to the overclocked version of the GTX 1660, with game performance about 15% behind and power consumption basically flat.