AMD plans on releasing the official benchmarks and details of its upcoming AMD Navi GPU tomorrow but it seems the scored have already been leaked.
The first benchmarks were published on the Polish website “Benchmark” as they went live a day early with their scores. While the article has been taken down, the benchmark graphs have already been circling the internet allowing users to see how the new GPUs fair against the new NVIDIA SUPER graphic cards.
First, off we have the AMD Radeon RX 5700XT that gets outmatched by the NVIDIA GeForce RTX2070 SUPER. The 5700XT is meant to be the equivalent of the new 2070 SUPER which is replacing the standard 2070 at the same price tag (around the same).
The RX 5700XT is quite underpowered compared to the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER and the standard 5700 is even lower in terms of score. Check out the graph down below.
AMD has some troubling times ahead to try and get on the same level as NVIDIA’s new SUPER RTX cards as both the 5700XT and the RX 5700 will not support real-time ray tracing. Both cards are also not as powerful as NVIDIA’s counterparts while being on the same price level.
Of course, we will have to wait until we see more proof of these cards in the coming weeks. AMD plans on releasing official reviews this weekend for their new AMD Navi GPU and you will be able to see users get hands-on time with them as the embargo drops.