It’s already official: AMD has presented Navi. It will arrive with the name RX 5000, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the company, throughout the month of July (we’ll see if it will coincide in launch with the new 3rd generation Ryzen). The Radeon team has confirmed that Navi will leave behind GCN to adopt a design that AMD has named RDNA (Radeon DNA), and according to Lisa Su, will offer a 25% increase in the instructions per core with respect to Vega, in addition to a increase of 1.5 of the performance per watt.
AMD has presented a demo that shows that your Radeon RX 5700 is capable of exceeding the RTX 2070 of Nvidia by 10%. The way to do it has been through the game Strange Brigade, a game in which the cards of the company have already come to work like a charm, with results of the Radeon VII that surpass those of the RTX 2080 easily. We mention it that the context of the statement is taken into account. Navi will be compatible with PCIe 4.0, which is a novelty for the industry. RDNA, on the other hand, is going to form the foundations of the new graphics decade for AMD, so this is just a beginning. Let’s wait until E3 2019 to know more about Navi, which, remember, will be used in the chip graphics of the future Sony PlayStation 5.