AMD 2020 First Card Stolen: Unexpected Surprise!
After the RX 5700 and RX 5500 series, AMD will release the RX 5600 series between the two in mid-January, the first model RX 5600 XT.
According to previous exhibits, the RX 5600 XT is expected to use a smooth version of the RX 5700 Navi 10 core, with computing units down from 40 to 30, and stream processors from 2,304 to 1920, While the memory bit width has been reduced to 192 bits, with 6GB of DDR6 video memory, it does not rule out that there is an 8GB version as well.
Today, ASRock has quietly launched the “RX 5600 XT Challenger D 6G OC”. There is no product image, but the specifications are seen at a glance, which is extremely unexpected.
The specifications provided by ASRock suggest that the RX 5600 XT has 2304 stream processors (40 computing units), much like the RX 5700!
The memory bit is 192 bits, which is 6GB DDR6, the equivalent frequency is 12GHz, and the basic frequency is 1235MHz, the game’s acceleration is 1460MHz, and the maximum acceleration is 1620MHz.
The basic size is exactly like the RX 5700, but the frequency and memory features are reduced. It is not really clear which drug is sold in the AMD locale. So what should the RX 5700 do? The huge neutral RX 5600 between the bottom and the RX 5500 XT is full?
As far as 8GB of video memory is concerned, the RX 5500 XT has this version, but the RX 5600 XT should not have it, otherwise, it does not match the 192-bit width, and uses asynchronous video memory to improve performance effects
In addition, ASRock’s card interface has an HDMI and three display ports and uses an 8-pin auxiliary power supply. The RX 5700 is usually 8 + 6 pin or even 8 + 8 pin. The system power supply is 550W. Power consumption will be much lower than the RX 5700, which is expected to be close to 150W.