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It looks like the Radeon Navi GPUs will indeed be mid-range parts, primed to compete with the lower-end RTX Turing cards. At the present, we already have the specs of the RX 5700XT on hand, and it’ll definitely be a notch slower than the Radeon VII. With 40 CUs or 2560 streaming processors, the top-end Navi GPU will deliver an FP32 performance of 9.75TFLOPs. The 7nm GPU will be paired with 8GB of GDDR6 VRAM (probably clocked at 12-14Gbps). As for the core clock, you are looking at 1605 base and 1905MHz boost clock. This is the highest clocked AMD GPU we’ve ever seen, courtesy of the new RDNA architecture and the new 7nm process. There’s something called Game Clock as well, and from what I can tell it will probably be a hybrid boost state between the base and boost clocks for when the entire GPU isn’t being fully utilized.
The Radeon RX 5700 XT has the same blower-style heatsink as the RX Vega 56 and 64, although the shroud has a stripey pattern, giving it a denim-ish look. We’ll have to wait till tomorrow to see if this is the only Navi card being prepped for launch, but in my honest