Sapphire registers Radeon RX 5500, 5550 5600, 5800, 5850 and 5900 XT graphic cards

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    The full navi lineup seems to be coming to battle rtx super cards. Great times.
     
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    A 1660Ti-like card for $200-220 would be lovely.
     
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    It's nice to see that there are cards above the 5700 XT listed there, only issue i have is if the 5700 XT is a $450 card and there's an $80 difference between the XT and non-XT, then that means the pricing of anything above that would be pretty high as well... This list labels (with guesses to their prices):

    5750 ($500?)
    5750 XT ($550?)
    5800 ($600?)
    5800 XT ($650?)
    5850 ($700?)
    5850 XT ($750?)
    5900 ($800?)
    5900 XT ($850?)
    5950($900?)
    5950 XT ($950?)

    I feel like i'm being generous about the pricing, as if all these cards do release, i feel like there'd definitely be more then just $50 between the XT and non-XT, and therefore more then $100 between the named based non-XT models, which would put it in the $1300 range, and have way, way too many products to choose from, with either very similar performance between them, or ..... i don't even know what else, no matter what, too many products.

    So i'm going to assume that this is just registering what sapphire "thinks" may be products, as a possibility, rather then actually any clue as to what products will definitely be coming out by AMD.
     
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    gerardfraser Ancient Guru

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    OH my now this has got me excited.Can not come fast enough.5950XT can it be real.
     
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    Probably just placeholders, I don't think we'll see new Navi GPUs -other than the two 5700 variants that is- in 2019.
     
  7. A M D BugBear

    A M D BugBear Ancient Guru

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    5950xt??? Must be the Top Dog Navi??? Very interesting times for gpu's.

    5950 eh? Reminds me the name back in the old days:

    5950 ultra...
     
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    If the rest of the lineup is inbound relatively soon (hopefully they are) then it's more important that they price this weekend's releases correctly, assuming 58xx and 59xx are higher performing than the 57xx. I'd hate to think Nvidia's eye-watering bar-raising test can be agreed by a competitor. In the end, the public will decide.
     
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    wonder if 5950XT could be the new x2 dual GPU variant to bring back dual GPU's on single card?
     
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    If I had to guess, most of these are just placeholders and aimed to either hide the real ones or Sapphire don't really know what's coming.
    I think they're too many different cards. The 5700XT is (probably) the top silicon and the non XT serves to clear inventory of defective chips.
    If there are any higher models, its a different GPU.
    I'm more interested on smaller silicon, something to replace Polaris.
     
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    Can't wait to see the non-reference navi line-up from Sapphire. I have long been a fan of their cards.
     
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    I'd jump on a dual gpu amd card, I have fond memories of the 4870 x2.
     
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    ^^^:D
     
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    I hope this is true because that means these 5700 cards will be mid range products and they will probably get mid range prices once they are released, Now with RTX super out i think they will have to price them as mid range.
     

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    oh great that means ride navi till who knows when:D:D
     
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    A 2080Ti competitor? Absolutely excited.
     
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    They should have made a 5970 for old times sake.
     
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    Man...I'd love for the return of the dual-gpu glory days. I wish this is true.
     
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    I thought AMD pretty much stopped support for multi-gpu around the same time Nvidia did? Isn't it on the developers now to include that in the game code? I loved SLI and Crossfire back in the day and had used both with great results. Unless I'm missing something, I thought this was dead. Makes me wonder why AMD didn't aggressively support crossfire these past few years to keep up with Nvidia. I could be completely off here, but please let me know the state of things fellow gurus.
     

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