Author: isolated city
IT House August 14th According to foreign media AnandTech's report, yesterday AMD quietly announced a new generation of graphics cards, Radeon 600 series, mainly for the low-end market.
According to reports, the Radeon 600 series is a purely upgraded version of AMD's existing 500 series graphics cards, designed to enrich AMD's low-end product line.
According to AnandTech's summary, the products launched this time include RX 640, 630, 625, 620 and 610. The highest-profile RX 640 is based on the original 550X, with up to 640 stream processors, 40 texture units, up to 1287MHz, graphics bandwidth of 7Gbps, 64bit width, and up to 4GB of video memory, based on the GCN 4 architecture.
These graphics cards will eventually be used in low-end desktop systems and notebooks, and Navi core-based mid-range and low-end graphics cards will look like they will wait.