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AMD Radeon RX 5300 Officially Announced

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Posted · Original PosterOP

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AMD has announced their Navi RX 5300 desktop cards!

 

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AMD Radeon™ RX 5300 – Step Into 1080P Gaming

The AMD Radeon™ RX 5300 graphics card sets a new standard for entry-level 1080p gaming. Powered by the groundbreaking 7nm RDNA architecture with Radeon™ Image Sharpening2 and Radeon™ Anti-Lag3 technology, Radeon RX 5300 delivers extremely efficient, ultra-responsive, gaming performance.

GDDR6 Memory for Advanced Gaming

Equipped with 3GB of advanced GDDR6 memory to provide high bandwidth of up to 168 GB/s, enabling strong 1080p performance for today's games.

Compute Units: 22
Boost Frequency Up to 1645 MHz
Game Frequency: Up to 1448 MHz
Peak Pixel Fill-Rate: 52.6 GP/s
Peak Texture Fill-Rate: 144.8 GT/s
Peak Half Precision Compute Performance: 9.26 TFLOPs
Peak Single Precision Compute Performance: 4.63 TFLOPs
ROPs: 32
Stream Processors: 1408
Transistor Count: 6.4 B

 

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Glad to see another entry level desktop AMD card on the market! Lets hope it's good

 

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https://www.amd.com/en/products/graphics/amd-radeon-rx-5300


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Just now, Vector0102 said:

Thread already exists.
 

 

thats a rumor about it, not the actual thing


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1 minute ago, VegetableStu said:

it's a 5500XT with lower clocks and 3GB of VRAM ._.

 

i mean yay, but meh

I imagine we have to wait for the price. It could end up being <$100


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2 minutes ago, wall03 said:

I imagine we have to wait for the price. It could end up being <$100

it better price against existing 1050 and 1650 cards, otherwise it's not even a worthy option as an iGP replacement or an emergency troubleshooting card

 

(although to be fair, it is a nerfed 5500XT after all, so some give and take in that part)

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Hope it does, but I can expect the pricing after taxes and the usual "it's a new thing" price bloat to be upto 40% higher over here.

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Trying to figure out the point of releasing it, especially now:

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Edit: Okay now I actually checked the specs. I think it's pointless.

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3 minutes ago, VegetableStu said:

clearing pre-assembly stock, i guess? o_o

Yeah that's literally the only reason I can think of.


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Who want to bet that the benchmarks shown were using PCIe 4.0 and when you use 3.0 you're going to have a really bad time? The 5500XT 4GB already was bad, this is probably going to be laughable. Unless it costs under $100 it isn't a forgivable issue in my opinion, and it doesn't, otherwise they wouldn't compare it against the 1650.

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11 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

Trying to figure out the point of releasing it, especially now:

 

My guess is that its just cut down silicon that didn't pass QA and they are just trying to make lemonade from those lemons. The product doesn't make much sense at this point, and they already have options for users who just need a video out.

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Any idea what the price is?

If it's sub 200$ (CAD) it might be good enough for low end gaming. But considering they are comparing it to the 1650 OC... It probably cost more isn't it. because as it is, Nvidia are the only ones with a "proper" low end card (the GT 1030). It sucks donkey balls, but it's "good enough" for the basic games and older titles after all.


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Good enough when Polaris based RX 570 and RX 580 absoluely trash them even today? And RX 580 could be obtained for like 150€ new... Been a while since then, but still...

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Everyone: *patiently waiting for Big Navi and competition in the enthusiast space*

 

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2 hours ago, VegetableStu said:

it's a 5500XT with lower clocks and 3GB of VRAM ._.

 

i mean yay, but meh

Could make sense in "price sensitive applications" that demand more than an APU maybe?

 

1 hour ago, TetraSky said:

But considering they are comparing it to the 1650 OC... It probably cost more isn't it. because as it is, Nvidia are the only ones with a "proper" low end card (the GT 1030). It sucks donkey balls, but it's "good enough" for the basic games and older titles after all.

There are some power limited niches that nvidia fill more so than AMD. GT1030 is so low power it can go in pretty much any system with a PCIe slot and physical space for it. 1650 sticks under the 75W PCIe limit so doesn't need the additional power connectors.

 

41 minutes ago, RejZoR said:

Good enough when Polaris based RX 570 and RX 580 absoluely trash them even today? And RX 580 could be obtained for like 150€ new... Been a while since then, but still...

I think the bigger question there is why are AMD still selling RX500 Polaris cards at all? RX 580 came out over 3 years ago, ignoring that it isn't exactly different from the 480 a year earlier.

 

38 minutes ago, Murasaki said:

3GB in 2020 seriously...

Not everything is gaming.


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Hmm I thought no need for even lower models at this point but ok apparently it's for a reason. I mean we know they can pack a very fast GPU in an APU chip so. 


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2 hours ago, wall03 said:

Summary

 

AMD has announced their Navi RX 5300 desktop cards!

 

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My thoughts

Glad to see another entry level desktop AMD card on the market! Lets hope it's good

 

Sources

https://www.amd.com/en/products/graphics/amd-radeon-rx-5300

So, how does this compare to a RX 570/580/590? I'm sure it's a lot more expensive than these older GPU's...They label it as 'entry level', so this doesn't make much sense to get IMO.

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When I saw the same, I thought "maybe this is a low power card that can go into existing OEM systems with subpar power supplies, something to compete with the 1650" (this is what the 1650 is for: a low-power upgrade OEM desktops with crappy PSUs that dont even have PCIE connectors). But it has a power connector, so that really makes me question why this thing exists. Maybe theyll go very aggressive with value pricing. Who knows, most people are still on 1080p, so if this thing replaced the RX 570 I could see it selling well in that case.

Might see lots of sales for 500 series RX cards pretty soon to sell of the rest of the stock, but who knows.


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3 minutes ago, seapriestess said:

When I saw the same, I thought "maybe this is a low power card that can go into existing OEM systems with subpar power supplies, something to compete with the 1650 (this is what the 1650 is for). But it has a power connector, so that really makes me question why this thing exists. Maybe theyll go very aggressive with value pricing. Who knows, most people are still on 1080p, so if this thing replaced the RX 570 I could see it selling well in that case.

Based on everything I've read, this GPU will be closer to RX 560/1050ti performance...I feel RX 570's are more 'mid grade' 1080 GPU's even today.

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Is it a cableless card that’s can be put in prebuilts like the 1650? If yes how does it compare to the 1650?  The sole single use the 1650 has is that it runs off motherboard power only.  If it is not the fastest card that does so it is completely worthless. 


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Just now, Bombastinator said:

Is it a cableless card that’s can be put in prebuilts like the 1650? If yes how does it compare to the 1650?  The sole single use the 1650 has is that it runs off motherboard power only.  If it is not the fastest card that does so it is completely worthless. 

It has a power connector which is why I find it so confusing.


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