AMD NAVI PCB with 256-bit GDDR6 configuration leaks out

Published: Apr 27th 2019, 10:46 GMT   Comments

Please note that this post is tagged as a rumor.

AMD board for unreleased graphics card model has been leaked through Baidu forums.

AMD NAVI (?): GDDR6 and 256-bit

The PCB supports GDDR6 memory. It can host up to 8 single-sided modules, which means either 8GB or 16GB configuration. The board has 8-phase VRM and dual 8-pin power connectors.

According to AMD’s own product positioning, the 256-bit graphics card are not meant for the enthusiasts. For sure, we are looking at performance under Radeon VII, which is likely here to stay as AMD’s top model.

Whether we are looking at Radeon RX 680 or RX 3080, we don’t know yet.

Buildzoid from Actually Hardcore Overclocking has already made an analysis for this new board:

Source: Baidu via Komachi

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