Leaked benchmarks for each an Asus and Gigabyte AMD RX 5500-series graphics card have appeared on-line, displaying performance sitting someplace between an RX 580 and an RX 590 within the 3DMark Time Spy check.
The AMD RX 5500-series playing cards are set to launch quickly, with the rumours being that an RX 5500 XT is getting launched into the wild within the subsequent few weeks. That’s been compounded by the truth that we’re now beginning to see leaked benchmarks hitting the intermawebs… simply while you’d suppose playing cards is perhaps beginning to stream out of the factories into the fingers of testers.
The AMD RX 5500 has initially appeared as a pure OEM play, with pre-built machines from HP and Lenovo, and a cell RX 5500M popping up in MSI’s Alpha 15 pocket book. The DIY card launch rumoured to be launching within the coming weeks is anticipated to have primarily the identical specs because the OEM card, and also will are available each 4GB and 8GB flavours. The preliminary performance numbers advised that it might outperform the outdated Polaris GPUs whereas additionally topping Nvidia’s low-end GTX 1650 too.
That appears to be born out by the figures leaked by traditional Twitterererer TUM_APISAK, who has posted primary 3DMark figures for each Gigabyte and Asus playing cards. It seems like he has taken the straight ‘Graphics Score’ from the DX12-based UL benchmark, which might put it across the RX 580 and beneath the performance of the quickest AMD Polaris card the red workforce launched, the RX 590.
TS – 4800
FS – 14300
FSE – 6800
FSU – 3500
— APISAK (@TUM_APISAK) December 5, 2019
In phrases of the way it stacks up towards the newest competitors from Nvidia that places it round 41% faster than a GTX 1650, the $150 Turing GPU, which bears out AMD’s earlier performance predictions, although places the ~$230 GTX 1660 some 15% faster.
|3DMark Time Spy|
|Gigabyte RX 5500 8GB||4,800|
|XFX RX 590 8GB||5,257|
|Asus GTX 1660 6GB||5,507|
|Asus GTX 1650 4GB||3,393|
That ought to give us some indication of precisely the place AMD is trying to worth this new card – I’d count on to see these 8GB variations hitting the cabinets at across the $200 mark. Any extra they usually’re more likely to wrestle towards the inexperienced workforce’s Turing chips.
There is, nevertheless, additionally the truth that you may nonetheless decide up RX 590 playing cards for much less than $200, which is doubtlessly going to make for an uncomfortable launch time for AMD’s newest Navi 14 GPU.