AMD RX 5600 XT upgrade with 14 Gbps memory speed

AMD updates its mid-range GPUS and gives the RX 5600 XT a storage speed of 14Gbps. Inside we’ll tell you all the details.

AMD has issued an official statement announcing the upgrade of the RX 5600 XT line, which will increase the speed of the graphics memory. This upgrade will be included in both the new and existing models. Don’t worry if you have this GPU model, read carefully below as we’ll give you the details.

AMD RX 5600 XT with 14 Gbps: beyond 1080p

This is what AMD has sent to the Professional Review Team and, through its official communication, to the world. AMD has worked with ASRock, ASUS, PowerColor, SAPPHIRE, and XFX to bring a very attractive upgrade to the market: RX 5600 XT with 14 Gbps instead of the previous 12 Gbps.

AMD’s idea was to increase the performance of its midrange GPUs to provide its audience with a successful experience beyond 1080p. This will ensure that they offer more power so that they can play today’s titles in “AAA” quality.

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This model was developed under the RDNA architecture, which uses a 7nm process. It is one of the latest products using this architecture as RDNA2 is just around the corner.

RX 5600 XT users with 12 Gbps can upgrade

If you have purchased an RX 5600 XT with a storage speed of 12 Gbps, you may not be left out in the cold. To access this upgrade, 2 things are required:

  • The model manufacturer must be ASRock, ASUS, MSI, GIGABYTE, PowerColor, SAPPHIRE, or XFX.
  • That your model is included in this table.
  • Depending on the model, we may or may not have to refer to the manufacturer’s instructions.

To push this news, AMD has launched a promotional campaign for those who buy an RX 5600 XT GPU, and only until May 30. With the purchase of this GPU you will receive the Resident Evil 3, Monster Hunter World: Iceborne Master Edition (game and expansion), and 3 months Xbox Game Pass for PC.

If you want to take advantage of this offer, you can find all the information here.

What do you think of this update? Do you have an RX 5600 XT?