AMD is ready to announce more GPUs based on its 7-nanometer Navi tech, in response to a leak from Sapphire, one in all its most significant graphics card companions. At Computex, CEO Lisa Su will reportedly unveil the Navi XT that may occur greatest the NVIDIA RTX 2070 for $499. AMD can even launch the Navi Pro, with efficiency between the RTX 2060 and RTX 2070 for $399. The Radeon VII, in the meantime, will stay AMD’s flagship GPU.

NVIDIA’s RTX 2070 and RTX 2060 cost the same $499 and $399, respectively, however, have ray-tracing capability that AMD’s playing cards will lack. Given the other superior 7-nanometer tech, AMD may nip NVIDIA in terms of energy effectivity. Nonetheless, at this level, AMD’s pricing appears a bit excessive. If NVIDIA determined to drop the pricing on the RTX 2070 and 2060 (which it merely might) the brand new Navi cards can be a very robust promote.

Sapphire stated that it is planning customized water-cooled variations of the Navi GPUs, so lovers ought to have the ability to crank up the overclocking, which may assist them in outperforming NVIDIA’s same cards beneath heavy gaming or content material creation masses.

Take this leak with some skepticism, as a result of none of it has been confirmed formally by AMD. Nevertheless, on condition that OEM leaks are inclined to occur directly forward of primary reveals like Computex, the percentages are higher than not that it is correct. Sapphire executives stated that Su will reveal the cards at AMD’s Computex 2019 keynote tackle on May 27th, and they’ll reportedly go on sale on July 7th, 2019.