During AMD’s keynote, Senior director of Radeon Technologies Laura Smith introduced the 5600 series graphics cards. During the keynote we learned that AMD is adding the 5600 and 5600 XT to the 5000 Series desktop stack. They are also adding the 5600m and the 5700m to their mobile lineup of discreet GPU’s.
“From heart-pounding esports competitions to eye-popping AAA blockbusters, today’s games demand more performance, higher framerates and lower latency than ever before,” said Scott Herkelman, corporate vice president and general manager, Radeon Technologies Group at AMD. “There are 90 million active users on Steam1, and over 64 percent of gamers who participated in a recent Steam survey reported playing at 1080p2. We’re committed to providing all 1080p gamers with the raw horsepower and incredible features that enable the absolute best gaming experiences with all settings maxed out. The AMD Radeon™ RX 5600 XT more than delivers, powering the ultimate in 1080p gaming at a price point that is sure to delight gamers everywhere.”
|Model||Compute Units||Stream Processors||TFLOPS||GDDR6||Game Clock1 (MHz)||Boost Clock2 (MHZ)||Memory Interface|
|Radeon™ RX 5600 XT||36||2304||Up to 7.19||6GB||Up to 1375||Up to 1560||192-bit|
|Radeon™ RX 5600||32||2048||Up to 6.39||6GB||Up to 1375||Up to 1560||192-bit|
|Radeon™ RX 5700M||36||2304||Up to 7.93||8GB||Up to 1620||Up to 1720||256-bit|
|Radeon™ RX 5600M||36||2304||Up to 5.83||6GB||Up to 1190||Up to 1265||192-bit|
Pricing and Availability
The pricing given for the 5600 was $279. They didn’t break down the pricing for each model. The 5600 Series cards will be available January 21st so I am guessing we will learn more about the pricing before then.