Today, AMD has announced the Radeon RX 590, its latest graphics card. Its card is based on the Vega architecture instead of targeting high end. The RX 590 is a mid-range and promising high frame-rates and smoother gaming experience for game players on 1080p monitors. The Radeon RX 590 is built on Polaris architecture of AMD and uses a 12nm process. AMD has indicated that the newer card will provide much higher clock speeds and helpful in delivering up to 20% or higher performance/ dollar. It clearly indicates that you will be able to easily surpass 60 Frames/ second in most triple-A games, and north of 100 Frames/sec in several eSports games.
The other specs of the RX 590 include 36 compute units, 2,304 stream processors, and 8GB of memory. Its base frequency comes in at 1.47 GHz, but it can be boosted up to 1.55 GHz as per requirement. The card also supports Radeon FreeSync 2 HDR tech of AMD in order to help eliminate screen tearing and keep frames coming in smoothly. Radeon RX 590 cards will be available starting today from companies such as ASUS, PowerColor, Sapphire, and XFX, with estimated prices starting at $280. The AMD is also offering up 3 free games with RX 590 purchases. These free games include; Devil May Cry 5, Resident Evil 2, and Tom Clancy’s The Division 2.