AMD, in addition to the best-equipped RX 5600 (Navi 14) and RX 5800 (Navi 12), is also preparing new graphics cards for the mobile market, the Radeon RX 5500M and RX 5300M. GPUs to be manufactured using the 7nm process, with the ultimate goal of bringing the war to NVIDIA mobility cards! Namely the GTX 1650 and GTX 1650 Ti.
The new mobile AMD Radeon Navi graphics cards will be based on TSMC's 7nm process with the ultimate goal of stealing market from rival NVIDIA
As you may know, NVIDIA has not yet changed its process, continuing to bet on a 12nm process, which in turn means that AMD has the advantage on its side. Something that has not happened for many (even many) years.
After all, these new GPUs will not only rely on the 7nm process, but will also hit the market with GDDR6 memory, which will give you some competitive advantage over the already existing GTX 1650.
Incidentally, the new graphics from AMD should even hit the market with higher frequencies than NVIDIA can achieve! Something that is really a breath of fresh air, so rare that it is happening.
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Fear of AMD? NVIDIA prepares GTX 1660 Super with GDDR6 memory!
NVIDIA seems to be really afraid of what AMD has well kept up its sleeve. After all, according to the latest rumors, the graphics card giant is preparing to launch two new GeForce GTX 16s.
So a few weeks ago we learned that NVIDIA is already ready to launch a new GeForce GTX 1650 Ti to attack the price range of ~ 150 €. However, we now also know that there is a GTX 1660 Super on the way.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Super on the way with GDDR6 memory!
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