On the evening of December 12, AMD officially released the new graphics card, the Radeon RX 5500 XT, for a 1080p mainstream gaming experience, built on the new 7nm process and RDNA architecture to support PCIe 4.0. The RX 5500 XT features the new Navi GPU core, which features 22 cell computing units, 1408 stream processors (full version 24 cell 1536 stream processors), core gaming frequency up to 1717MHz, acceleration frequency up to 1845MHz, single-precision floating-point performance of up to 5.2TFlops.
The memory width of 128-bit, optional 4/8GB GDDR6, equivalent frequency 14GHz, the entire card thermal design power consumption 130W.
The new card supports a number of gaming technologies, such as The Radeon Boost, which dynamically reduces the resolution of high-speed scenes, speeding up frame rates and response with little significant change in picture quality, with an average performance improvement of up to 23%.
Radeon’s anti-latency can significantly reduce input-to-display response times, such as Watch Ranger’s response speed by 22%. Radeon Image Sharpen (RIS) enhances picture sharpness through up and post-processing, supporting DX9/11/12, Vulkan games.
FidelityFX is an open source kit for game developers that makes it easier to add high-quality post-processing results while ensuring the best balance of picture quality and performance, as well as contrast adaptive sharpening (CAS) to draw details in low-contrast areas. At the same time, as far as possible to minimize the typical image sharpening process defects.
Asrock, Asus, Dylan, Yingtong, Shake News, Sapphire, Vision and other homes of the RX 5500 XT 8GB version is available from now on, double twelve sold for 1399 yuan. The RX 5500 XT 4GB version will be available later and will cost $1,299.
From now until December 22, in Jd.com, Tmall purchased the designated model RX 5500 XT, according to the rules can get a value of 30 yuan jd E card, Tmall supermarket card, equal to the actual price of 1369 yuan.
The RX 5500 XT 8GB of actual performance, power consumption, and overclocking performance, see Fast Tech’s initial review
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