AMD makes the Radeon RX 5700 series official at E3 2019

The chip-making officially unveiled their newest 7nm GPU during E3 2019, offering mid-high performance for an affordable price.

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Following a strong showing at Computex 2019, AMD was on hand for E3 2019 during its Next Horizon event to show off its latest graphics cards based on the 7nm process. The AMD Radeon 5700 series will be introduced with two new GPUs based on the Navi architecture. The RX 5700 and RX 5700 XT will be available for $379 and $449, respectively. They will be the world’s first GPUs to support PCIE 4.0. Both cards will be available at retail beginning July 7th.

It was revealed during the Xbox E3 2019 briefing yesterday that Microsoft’s newest console, code named Scarlett, will make use of the Navi architecture for its graphics system. These new Radeon RX GPUs are the world’s first look at what could be seen from the next generation of game consoles.

The Radeon RX 5700 were made official on the stage at E3 2019.
The Radeon RX 5700 series was made official on the stage at E3 2019.

The Radeon RX 5700 XT will feature 2560 Stream Processors, 64 ROPs, and offer 9.75 TFLOPS of power. It will ship with a base clock of 1605 MHz and a boost clock of 1905 MHz. It’s 256-bit memory bus will work in tandem with its 8GB of GDDR6 VRAM to offer 14 Gbps of memory bandwidth. The card is expected to have a TDP of 225 watts.

On the other hand, the Radeon RX 5700 will feature 2304 Stream Processors, 64 ROPs, and offer 7.95 TFLOPS of power. It will ship with a base clock of 1465 MHz and a boost clock of 1725 MHz. It’s 256-bit memory bus will work in tandem with its 8GB of GDDR6 VRAM to offer 14 Gbps of memory bandwidth. The card is expected to have a TDP of 180 watts.

You can learn more about the new hardware from AMD and the other games featured at E3 2019 by heading over to our main event hub. To keep track of all the new video game release dates in 2019, make sure you check out our guide and don’t forget to follow Shacknews on Twitter for the latest real-time updates on all our content.

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