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AMD RX 5700 Series Reportedly Enter EOL - No Longer Manufactured


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A report originated from Cowcotland paints AMD as having ceased production on the Navi 10-powered RX 5700 XT and RX 5700. No reference or custom designs are currently being manufactured for either of these GPUs. AMD having ceased production on these cards makes sense, considering the upcoming announcement for the RX 6000 series scheduled for October 28th. This serves as a way for the supply channel to keep draining its supply of RX 5700 cards ahead of the upcoming RDNA 2 solutions. Them being discontinued means that AMD is looking to replace them - at least price-wise - on their product stack.

 

Interestingly, it appears that the RX 5600 XT is still being manufactured - it's likely AMD reduced manufacturing of Navi 10 so as to feed only this GPU, which should, as such, remain in the market for a little while until AMD launches an RDNA 2 equivalent - if those are the company's plans. TSMC capacity is freed for additional wafers for other AMD product requirements - which, with both Zen 3, next-gen consoles, and RDNA 2 all launching between the same time frame - should tend towards infinity.

 

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To me, this says that AMD must be ready to go hard on RDNA2 for the mid to high range GPU market.

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Seems like it, looking forward to that 6000 series announcement.

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On 10/4/2020 at 11:06 AM, Diffident said:

Its not end of line.

https://www.techspot.com/news/86968-no-amd-isnt-discontinuing-radeon-rx-5700-series.html

 

I don't know why AMD doesn't use an arch in all GPU's top to bottom.  The higher end and low end are always on a different arch.

 

Yeah feels weird. That said, Nvidia has done that too in the past. Fermi made up some of the low-end cards in the Kepler 600 and 700 series. Since then though, they have had same arch across the stack.

 

Not sure what they are doing for low-end, but looks like RDNA2 should at least cover mid-high end.

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