AMD Could Be Releasing Five Variants of Its Navi-Based RX 5000 GPU

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AMD’s Navi-based RX 5000 GPUs passed certification at South Korea’s National Radio Research Agency yesterday. Five codes were listed (D18206, D18205, D18208, D18202, D18207), which suggests the lineup could consist of multiple models. While the RX 5700 is no longer a secret, an even better-performing variant may be revealed during AMD’s Next Horizon gaming event at E3.

This is not necessarily confirmation that there will be five different Navi variants at launch, however, but does at least point to the possibility that the AMD Radeon RX 5000 series will contain far more than just the already announced RX 5700 graphics card. AMD traditionally releases at least a pair of cards based off the same GPU design at the same time, so we’re expecting another Navi RX 5000 series card to launch alongside it.


Tsing Mui
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