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AMD 7nm entry-level graphics card exposure: performance super GTX 1650

According to WCCFTECH, AMD's Navi14 GPU has appeared on Compubench, which will replace the entry-level Polaris product line based on the 7nm RDNA architecture.

According to reports, the exposed Navi14GPU is an entry-level RadeonRX graphics card with 24 CUs and up to 1536 stream processors. Its code name is GFX1012, which is the internal name of the Navi14 GPU. The device ID is "AMD7340:CF". Previous reports said it will have 8GB and 4GB memory versions.

According to the exposure score, the Navi14GPU is slightly better than the Radeonrx570 based on the Polaris 20, and is also superior to the GeForce GTX1650 of NVIDIA, but it is very different from the GTX1660.

Phoronix also reported that AMD will support Navi14 in the upcoming Linux system Mesa19.2 driver stack, and it is expected that this new product will be released soon.