Rumors of new AMD graphics cards for consumers are picking up pace after what appeared to be the PCB of a Navi family GPU. Today we learn that Tweaktown has published the first date of a card apparently called Radeon RX 3080 XT that would be launched during the E3 2019 fair, shortly after its presentation at Computex. As expected, it would be a 7 nm chart of the Navi 10 family, and it would present 56 CU, 8 GB of GDDR6 memory with a 256-bit memory bus. We deeply miss this change in the nomenclature, after the RX 4xx and 5xx, but remember that this is a rumor.
The source cited exposes two remove impressive data: the first, that the RX 3080 XT it would place its performance at the level of the RTX 2070 of Nvidia, but, as it says the second data, it would do it by only 330 dollars. Recall that the graph of the green is around 500 dollars. Although neither of these two dates were true, the arrival of the new Navi will cause Nvidia to have to reorganize their prices for the RTX 2060 and 2060. The latest news we had of the launch of the Navi pointed to the Gamescom 2019, but in the end What we have shared today is true, we will have an interesting summer for the graphics market.