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Unusual Radeon RX 5600 XT completely declassified in anticipation of the announcement

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The announcement is scheduled for January 6
Unusual Radeon RX 5600 XT completely declassified in anticipation of the announcement

On January 6, AMD will introduce the Radeon RX 5600 XT graphics card, but there is no particular doubt now what kind of adapter it will be. Especially after one such model was registered on the XFX website with all the specifications.

Unusual Radeon RX 5600 XT completely declassified in anticipation of the announcement

Let's start with them. So, the card really has 2304 stream processors, like the RX 5700. Most likely, the novelty is based on the same Navi 10 GPU, but it can be renamed for marketing reasons.
Unusual Radeon RX 5600 XT completely declassified in anticipation of the announcement

The video card also has 6 GB of memory with a frequency of 12 GHz, a 192-bit bus, and the GPU frequencies in the case of the XFX AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT 6GB GDDR6 THICC II Pro Staging are 1460-1620 MHz.

The images of this adapter, as well as the ASRock video card, show that the cards themselves are long, but their printed circuit boards are much shorter than the total length of the device. You can also see one eight-pin power connector.

Unusual Radeon RX 5600 XT completely declassified in anticipation of the announcement

A third-party source also indicates the parameters of the RX 5600 model, about which there was almost no information before. Apparently, it differs from the older sister only in frequencies, so it is most likely that in this case the story with the RX 5500 line will be repeated. 

That is, the RX 5600 model will go to the manufacturers of finished PCs, and the RX 5600 XT will go to retail. At the same time, it is completely unclear why AMD does not want to make two different cards with different parameters and different prices, which would allow occupying more market niches.  

Thanks, Videocardz, XFX

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