AMD’s much hyped “big Navi” graphics cards may have recently passed official Korean RRA certification. Typically when we see a new listing from AMD that means a new graphics card is incoming. Looking at this listings from AMD they registered two card in June 2019 (D16302 and D18206), a month later in July we saw the release of the RX 5700 XT and RX 5700. The RX 5500 XT (D18902) was registered on November 27th 2019 and we saw the release on December 12th 2019. They also registered the RX 5600 XT (D32501) on December 3rd 2019 and again we saw it a month later on January 21 2020. So you can see there definitely is a pattern of registrations with the RRA and subsequent releases soon after.
The new entries that we see here are D32310 and D30201, which have been listed on February 03 and February 19, respectively. Could this be the “big Navi” card we’ve all been waiting for? A lot points to that as we have the RX 5500 XT for eSports, RX 5600 XT for 1080p gaming, and the RX 5700 XT for 1440p. So the next logical card would be the 4K card.
Taking a closer look at the entry it does not tell us a whole lot. There is not a model name, but there is a long list of derivatives. This could indicate a range of cards based off the same GPU, but that is not always how previous RRA certifications have turned out to be.
Obviously we will keep you posted if we hear more about these two newly listed GPUs.