PowerColor showcases Radeon RX Vega 56 Nano

Published: 19th Apr 2018, 13:27 GMT | Comments

Update: The graphics card shown in this article is actually Radeon RX Vega 56. The ‘Nano’ is simply a product name from PowerColor.

Original story: A surprising announcement came from the AMD board partner at Munich Ryzen event.

A prototype of a prototype

PowerColor’s graphics card is clearly based on AMD reference design, which has gone through many changes since we last saw at it the Capsaicin event last year. Brushed aluminum and single 8-pin power connector are both gone and replaced with something beefier.

PowerColor did not confirm that this model will be available for sale, it was basically an unexpected showcase of a prototype at the event.

Source: PCGamesHardware

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