AMD Radeon RX 590 GME Released Exclusively in China

AMD Radeon RX 590 GME is supposedly a more powerful and high-end graphics card which has been officially launched only in China. The listing was revealed in AMD’s Chinese website and it is unclear on how the architecture would work.

Based on the performance charts, the graphics card will deliver 6.4 teraflops of graphical power while the AMD RX 590 can go up to 7.1 teraflops. Both graphics cards have 8GB of memory and can comfortably handle all games at full HD 1080p resolution at higher frame rates.

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The pricing of the AMD Radeon RX 590 GME in China when converted to USD is at just $175. It makes it one of the more affordable options out there. Radeon has never been a company that directly competes with Nvidia’s top tier cards like the 2080Ti or the 2080 Super.

In terms of specs, the RX 590 GME resembles a lot when compared to the RX 580 cards released in the past. The new age cards like the 5700XT and possibly the rumored 5800XT are the ones you should go for if your budget would allow it. Besides, this is available only in China and not everyone could lay their hands on the product.

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