On October 7, AMD officially announced the RX 5500 series of graphics cards, including the desktop version of the RX 5500 and the notebook version of the RX 5500M, all based on the 7nm technology Navi core, will be available in the fourth quarter. The RX 5500 graphics card has 22 computing units, 1408 stream processors, a core frequency of 1717-1845MHz, with 128-bit 8GB GDDR6 memory, energy efficiency ratio compared to RX 480 60% higher, and support for PCIe 4.0.
Now, the ECC has listed a Gtech RX 5500 XT, the first time the name of this premium version has been confirmed, along with the 8GB GDDR6.
It is also understood that the RX 5500 XT will unlock all 24 computing units, 1536 stream processors, the frequency may be higher, the memory width is also 128-bit.
In this way, the RX 5500 XT is expected to perform approximately 10% higher than the RX 5500.
The release date of the RX 5500 series is still unknown, and we have not yet been notified of the ban, with reports that it has been postponed until December.