We will be able to see the AMD Radeon RX 5500 graphics card in the 7nm process which will carry the entry level epor games to Full HD 90fps.
The AMD Radeon RX 5500 graphics card is based on the RDNA architecture in the 7nm process. According to AMD, it performs 1.6 times better than GCN-based graphics cards, while in Full HD games it is 37 percent better than its counterparts.
Featuring 1408 Steam cores, the RX 5500 graphics card speeds up to 1845MHz. The 8GB GDDR6 memory card is expected to be available in 4GB or 6GB versions. The 128-bit memory bus offers up to 5.2 TFLOPS.
The Radeon RX 5500 THICC II on which the XFX brand is working is currently the first known RX 5500 graphics card. There is no information about when it will be released, so you will have to wait a while.
Using a single 8-pin power connector, the XFX Radeon RX 5500 THICC II graphics card has left the grid design to a completely black design. Two DVI-D ports were included when cooling the two-fan system board, which was missing in the reference design. There are also HDMI and DP ports. We will be able to learn more about customized cards in the coming period.