And it has the very same shader processor count as the RX 5500. Although it is an entry model that is positioned under the Radeon RX 5500 XT, it has the same number of shader processors, 1,408.
Without making much noise, AMD presented its new low-end option, the Radeon RX 5300. This new video card has all the innovations of the RDNA architecture, and reaches those who are looking for an economical alternative to run games in Full HD resolution. The card comes with the Navi 14 chip, the same one used in the RX 5500 XT, also with its 1408 Stream Processors (22 Computers Units). However, the RX 5300 brings several cuts in the memory part, bringing a configuration with 3 GB of GDDR6 VRAM, at 14 Gbps and with a 96-bit bus. The Radeon RX 5300 is clocked at 1448 MHz in gaming mode, reaching up to 1645 MHz in Boost mode. The GPU offers a compute performance of 4.63 TFLOP, compared to 5 TFLOP for the RX 5500 XT.
Compared with the competing GeForce GTX 1650 OC model, it should offer decent performance in many games (for its class), with about 1.5 times that of "Monster Hunter World", promising choice for gaming PCs targeting full HD resolution Will be.
TBP (Typical Board Power) is supposed to be 100W, which is 30W lower than that of Radeon RX 5500 XT, but it should be noted that an auxiliary power connector is required. The main specifications are a game clock up to 1,448MHz, a boost clock up to 1,645MHz, a memory speed of 14Gbps, a memory bus width of 96bit, and a GDDR6 3GB video memory. It also supports functions such as "Radeon Free Sync", "Radeon Anti-Lag", and "Radeon Image Sharpening".