Alleged AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT pops up in 3DMark - Faster than Vega 56

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Undying

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    This is looking good. Vega56 at half the power consumption. It needs to stay at 250$ to be competitive though.
     
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    jbscotchman Ancient Guru

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    As predicted it will further prove that the 5500 series was absolutely unnecessary.
     
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    jbscotchman Ancient Guru

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    I don't see Nvidia releasing any more cards until their next gen are released.
     

  5. Biały Wilk

    Biały Wilk Member Guru

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    I would say it's fine, but the pricing isn't right. They would kill totally Polaris cards and still plenty of them are in stock. First sell then lower prices I guess :(
     
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    i think the 5500 series is kinda hit and miss atm, first of all not much difference between the 4g and 8g models but there is an article saying that its limited by the pci-e 3.0 and 4.0 unlocks more performance.
    second is the pricing of the 5500 series i think it is a bit high at this late stage of 2019, if the price drop by 15% i think its a great entry-high-ish level of card for what it can do.

    Like the GTX1050ti 4gb was great value providing solid frames @ medium high settings for most titles.
     
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    With wintersale there is nearly no more Ryzen 2600 at 125 Euro, the 2700 is now at 150 Euro, (also MSI bundle X570 + Ryzen 3600 at 100 Euro less than buy separately... ) the RX 570 4g OC is at 145 Euro and the RX 590 is below 180 Euro... nice time to do a full AMD rig at low price.

    I don't know if there will be a lot in stock after the hollyday.
     
  8. anticupidon

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    IF and only IF the allegedly 5600 fits in the 250€ price, it will be a killer card for that category.
    Even if for Linux i'll have to compile the latest kernel and latest MESA to have it working, i'll buy it.
    But so many IFs...AMD, you are making this a bit difficult, you know?
     
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    Undervolted 56 could push Timespy 7500gpu score with sub 200W ...64 BIOS flashed through - https://www.3dmark.com/spy/9812077
     
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    Hopefully AMD won't do something as stupid as they did with the RX5500s by gimping it down to 8PCIE lanes just save a few bucks on production.
     

  11. Jmgbjr

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    I see the RX 5700 regularly selling at $330 and lower. So the 5600XT can't go for higher than $280. Also saw on another site there is a RX 5600XT (32CU or 2048sp) and a cheaper RX 5600 with 28CU (1792sp). If the price is right then we can ignore the bad taste of 5500 parts
     
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    would love to be able to afford something better than my rx570, 4096MB -
    so i hope pricing will be good
     
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    I highly doubt it will make a difference since a RTX 2080TI barely fills a PCI-E 3.0 x8. Going to a 3.0 x16 config increases performance by 2-3% for the RTX 2080TI.
     
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    better then at V56? I knew it would be more then $300 rental, ha!
     
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    yeah you are absolutely Right this is their thought
     

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    This would have been really nice if it came out in time for christmas
     
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    RDNA is looking really promising for AMD this far. I think the 5500XT is a bit pricey for the performance, but nevertheless it's still a good card for the specs and power. I am so curious how the real world difference will be with this 5600XT vs Vega. Synthetics give you very good scaling, but not always representative of real world scenarios. Can't wait for the gaming benchmarks. Also AMD must get their pricing on point as it looks like Nvidia have all the spots covered.
     
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    I'm going to guess that this gets at least a paper launch at CES at the end of January (2020). I hope that they at least mention a 5800 XT at CES too. :)
     
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    After the 5500 prices i do not even think amd will attempt to compete in price they will most likely sell the card a little bit more than the 1660s ... since it seems that it will be 10-20% faster
     
  20. anticupidon

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    Well, if the card will be priced near 300€ will land closely to 5700, which I found with a discount.
    However, the disruption comes from the wrongly priced 5500, which IMHO should be in the 199-230€ top.
    And leaving the 5600 enough place in the 250-275 € price bracket.
    But you are free to ignore my foolish wishful thinking.
     
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