At Computex 2019 AMD revealed some new products including the top of the line AMD Ryzen 9 3900X that offers 12 cores and 24 threads. The least talked about product was the AMD Navi RX 5700. Here we are going to look into everything that was announced at Computex 2019 in regards to the AMD Navi RX 5700 and what you need to know.
We have been waiting for AMD Navi RX 5700 for a long time now and it is finally going to be released in July. We might be able to learn more about the graphics cards at E3 2019 as AMD has confirmed that it will be attending the event. For now, we know that is is going to be10% faster than the Nvidia RTX 2070.
The RTX 2070 might not be the worlds fastest graphics card but if we can get the same performance for cheaper then that is going to be great. AMD has not talked about the pricing of the AMD Navi RX 5700 yet so we will have to wait and see how much these upcoming AMD Navi cards are going to cost.
One of the major highlights of these cards is that they will use PCIe 4.0 standard. The current generation motherboards do not have this feature but plenty of motherboard manufacturers have revealed their new motherboards that do have PCIe 4.0. Asus alone has announced 30 variants. This new standard will provide higher bandwidth to devices that support the new standard.
The AMD Radeon RX 5700 supports this feature, new SSDs and other devices are also supporting this new feature as well. If you want to take advantage of PCIe 4.0 then it seems that you will need to build an AMD system. Intel does not seem to have anything similar planned in the near future but we could be wrong.
Do take this information with a grain of salt. These are the official numbers from AMD. We will let you know more when we have these cards in our hands.
Let us know what you think about the AMD Navi RX 5700 and whether or not this is something that you are interested in getting for your next build.