We are getting very close to the launch of the Radeon RX 590 graphics card. This card is of course based on the new 12nm “Polaris 30” silicon, which has the same specifications as the “Polaris 20”, and the original “Polaris 10”, but has higher clock speed headroom thanks to the new fab process.
According to a slide seen by VideoCardz AMD will be setting the baseline price of the card at $279.99, which is about $50 higher than the RX 580 8GB, and $40 more than what the RX 480 launched at. AMD will also be bundling three AAA games with the card which include “Tom Clancy’s The Division 2,” “Devil May Cry 5,” and “Resident Evil 2.” Those games by themselves bring a $120-$150 value. AMD also plans to work with monitor manufacturers to come up with graphics card + AMD FreeSync monitor bundles.