The specifications of AMD’s upcoming Radeon RX 5700 XT graphics card have been leaked to the web. This is ahead of the expected reveal at AMD’s E3 2019 keynote, which is scheduled for 3PM PST later today. Looking at the specifications we can see that the card is based on the 7nm “Navi 10” silicon and that it is “XT” or a maxed out SKU.
There will be 40 compute units, which unless AMD changed their stream processors per CU with the RDNA architecture this will work out to 2560 stream processors. The card will have base clock of 1605 MHz, a game clock of 1755, and a boost clock up to 1905 MHz. The GPU has a compute throughput of 9.75 TFLOP/s, which is 37 percent higher than that of the RX 590, but 27 percent lower than the Radeon VII, and very similar to the RX Vega 56. The card will have 8GB of GDDR6 memory, but this slide does not show memory speeds of bandwidth.
AMD is likely to fully reveal the card later today along with pricing.