Several pre-built systems on the HP website have appeared listing the AMD Radeon RX 5300XT as the GPU. As per german website computerbase.de, the RX 5300XT will be exclusive to OEM manufacturers. And, HP is likely to be the first of them. Moreover, B550 motherboards are also likely to release by next month.
While there aren’t detailed specifications available, the specifications do point to the 5300XT possessing 4GB of GDDR5 memory. It’s also unclear as to whether it will use the new RDNA microarchitecture or the older GCN. The former is much more likely though there’s no information confirming it. As of now, there are two systems featuring the Radeon RX 5300XT.
The first of these systems is a budget build with an AMD Ryzen 5 3400G and 8GB of memory. The other build features the Ryzen 7 3700X along with 16 GB of DDR4 RAM. Both feature 512GB of NVMe storage and the yet to be released B550 motherboard. Both the systems are also listed on a german e-tailer alternate.de. The mid-range build sells for €699 or around $770 while the budget build goes for €899 or $990.
You can find the detailed specifications of the budget build here and the mid-range build here.
AMD is also expected to launch the Navi 12 (RX 5800) and the Navi 14(RX 5600) graphics cards next month. Also, according to a recent leak, the Ryzen 5 3500 and the 3500X are also expected to launch the next month. Along with the launch of the B550 chipset-based motherboards, we are looking at a major product launch by AMD come next month. Moreover, we could also expect more pre-built systems from other manufacturers come next month and presumably more budget systems with the RX 5300 as well.
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