There’s a ton of excitement and anticipation surrounding AMD’s upcoming RX 6000, aka Big Navi. We get it: We really want to see how AMD stacks up to Nvidia’s new Ampere GPUs. Could AMD nab the top spot on the best graphics cards and GPU benchmarks? Maybe! But let’s douse the flames a bit. Here’s why we urge caution and not getting too caught up in all the hype.First and most importantly: Every benchmark ‘leak’ so far is in question. We don’t have confirmation of GPU core counts, clock speeds, or even model names. Perhaps more critically, final drivers are not yet available. We’re not saying AMD doesn’t have work-in-progress drivers, but if AMD has even half a clue of how to launch a big new GPU without actual verifiable leaks getting out, the AIBs do not have anything close to final RX 6000 drivers.The best information we have right now is that AMD will be hosting its Radeon Gaming event on October 28, which will be the GPU equivalent of AMD’s Zen 3 reveal from October 8. AMD also teased RX 6000 performance at that event, showing results from three games: Borderlands 3, Call of Duty Modern Warfare (2019),… Read full this story
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