PCGamesN reports the South Korean Radio Research Agency certified AMD's upcoming Navi GPUs on June 5. What's interesting about the report is that it covers five different Navi cards, suggesting the Radeon RX 5000 line may contain more than the just announced Radeon RX 5700 series parts.
This is not necessarily confirmation that there will be five different Navi variants at launch, however, but does at least point to the possibility that the AMD Radeon RX 5000 series will contain far more than just the already announced RX 5700 graphics card. AMD traditionally releases at least a pair of cards based off the same GPU design at the same time, so we’re expecting another Navi RX 5000 series card to launch alongside it.
AMD may reveal more details at next week's E3 show. Perhaps the firm will use this event to showcase a Radeon RX 5800 model? At the same event, NVIDIA is expected to announce a refresh of its Turing-based cards.