Ahead of next Tuesday’s launch, AMD released a new vBIOS for the new RX 5600 XT, with a power wall pulled from 150W to 160W. Taking sapphire tuning results as an example, the core game and acceleration frequency from 1560MHz, 1620MHz to 1615MHz, 1750MHz, the magnitude of 3%, 8%, while the memory also accelerated from 12GHz to 14GHz, the range of 15%.
Specific performance differences, there are whistleblowers collated a set of 3DMark data for reference:
As shown in the figure, in the FSE, that is, 2K, the highest increase, to 11.3%, but on average more than 10%, appears very powerful.
There is now speculation that AMD deliberately lowered the specs when it released the RX 5600 XT, and as a result NVIDIA was successfully misled and hurriedly announced a $50 ($349-$299) price reduction for the RX 2060.
Despite this, the RX 5600 XT, $279 ($2099 for the bank’s retail guide), is competitive. So, the cheapest 7nm game graphics card would you consider?