AMD Navi 14 appears on Compubench, poised to be a viable alternative to NVIDIA GTX 1660 and a likely replacement for Polaris RX 580
We've seen AMD posting Navi 14 Linux kernel patches a few days ago and now, we have the first leaked listing of the Navi 14 on Compubench giving us some information about the specs. From what we see, it looks like Navi 14 could shape up to be a viable NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 series competitor.
The Compubench listing was first spotted by Komachi who says that the GFX 1012 moniker indicates that the GPU is indeed Navi 14. From the Compubench result, we see that this GPU shows the CL_DEVICE_MAX_COMPUTE_UNITS parameter as 12. Komachi notes that Compubench displays only half of the actual CU count in RDNA GPUs implying that the 7nm Navi 14 is a 24 CU part with 1,536 SPs. The listing also indicates that the maximum clock speed of this chip is 1,900 MHz with 4 GB of VRAM.
While there's no official marketing designation to this card yet, we presume it will be called the RX 5600 and will be AMD's answer to NVIDIA's GTX 1660 series. We see the GPU listed with just 4 GB VRAM, but there is definitely a possibility of both 4 GB and 8 GB SKUs like we saw with the Polaris cards such as the RX 480 and RX 580.
Strategical pricing somewhere equivalent to or south of US$200 could make this card an effective replacement for Polaris in the sub-150 W segment and also give some serious competition to the GTX 1660 series. A few more benchmark leaks down the road should help put things in better perspective.