AMD quietly introduces Radeon RX 5300 video card for desktops – Computer – News

AMD has introduced its RX 5300 video card. This video card uses the RDNA architecture and is intended for gaming at 1080p resolution according to the manufacturer. The video card will probably only be available for OEMs.

The RX 5300. Image via AMD

Of Radeon RX 5300 shows great similarities with the current one RX 5300M video card for laptops. Both video cards have 22 compute units and 1408 streamprocessors. However, the boost speed of the new RX 5300 at 1645MHz is higher than that of the mobile version, which has a boost speed of 1445MHz. AMD does not mention base clock speeds. The fp32 processing power of the RX 5300 video card is, according to the company, 4,63tflops, while that with the RX 5300M 4,07tflops is.

The RX 5300 also has 3GB gddr6 memory with a 96-bit memory bus. The memory speed is 14Gbit / s, with which the bandwidth is 168GB / s. This is also identical to the mobile RX 5300M. AMD positions the RX 5300 itself against Nvidia’s GTX 1650. AMD does not mention suggested retail prices and specific release dates. VideoCardz writes that the RX 5300 is an OEM video card, so it will not go on sale separately.

Radeon RX 5500 XT Radeon RX 5300 Radeon RX 5300M
Gpu Navi 14 Navi 14(?) Navi 14
Compute units 22 22 22
Streamprocessors 1408 1408 1408
Game clock speed 1717MHz 1448MHz 1181MHz
Boostsnelheid 1845MHz 1645MHz 1445MHz
Memory 4 of 8GB, gddr6 3GB, gddr6 3GB, gddr6
Memory bus 128bit 96bit 96bit
Memory speed 14Gbit/s 14Gbit/s 14Gbit/s
Memory bandwidth 224GB/s 168GB/s 168GB/s
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