Ms. Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, answered a very interesting question from the company's second quarter earnings meeting a few days ago. When asked about the high-end Navi graphics card, Su Ma replied that they were on the road.
The Navi series currently only has two cards, the Radeon RX 5700 and the 5700 XT, and the performance can only correspond to the mid-to-high end of the graphics card. In the high-end field, there is still no new card, and “Radium 7” has been passed. Discontinued, so AMD does not currently have a real top card to challenge the opponent. At present, there are not a few players waiting for the non-public version of the RX 5700 series, which means that many people want AMD to come up with a graphics card that breaks NVIDIA's high-end monopoly.
In fact, other Navi family graphics cards have appeared in AMD's Linux graphics driver, presumably the Radeon RX 5800 and RX 5900 series that have not been released yet. The sapphire AMD partner also registered a large number of models including the 5900 and 5800 series in the Eurasian Economic Commission's database, which are in line with Su's answer. AMD's new high-end card may be very fast. I can meet with you.
According to the existing information, the previously exposed Navi 12 chip is the RX 5800 series, and the Navi 14 is a low-end chip, which should be used in the RX 5600 or RX 5500 series.
Of course, Su Ma did not mention the specific release time or the listing date, but considering that AMD really needs a video card that has set off the flagship, AMD should still put the new flagship and high-end graphics cards as soon as possible. Send it out, considering the 7nm big core yield problem, the gap between the actual product and the release date may be longer.