Advanced Micro Devices unveiled its Radeon RX 5500 series graphics chips and cards, targeting midrange gaming laptops and desktops with high-efficiency graphics performance.
AMD said the chips use the AMD RDNA gaming architecture and 7-nanometer manufacturing, and they target high-performance 1080p gaming.
The Radeon RX 5500 targets graphics in desktops and the Radeon RX 5500M graphics processing unit (GPU) is for gaming laptops.
Global manufacturers using the products are as follows:
MSI is expected to launch the world’s first Radeon RX 5500M-powered gaming notebook later this month.
HP and Lenovo are planning to offer Radeon RX 5500 cards in high-performance desktop gaming PCs beginning this November.