AMD Radeon RX 590 confirmed to feature 12nm FinFET node

Published: Oct 29th 2018, 15:48 GMT   Comments

AMD Radeon RX 590 on 12nm FinFET

Two photographs posted by Andreas Schilling, editor at HardwareLuxx, have confirmed the existence of the new Radeon RX 590 graphics card. The feature list indicates that the new card will be using smaller, 12nm FinFET process.

The node shrink will enable higher clock speeds and better power efficiency. We are not sure how the appearance of new SKU will affect existing Polaris products, but judging from the codename, we are expecting a higher-end model to be offered alongside RX 580.

We have already unveiled the first Radeon RX 590 model from PowerColor — the Red Devil:

Source: Andreas Schilling

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