AMD showcases Radeon RX 6000 graphics card design

Published: Sep 14th 2020, 21:04 GMT   Comments

AMD has officially confirmed the design of its Radeon RX 6000 graphics card.

AMD Radeon RX 6000: Is this Big Navi ‘RX 6900XT’?

AMD Radeon RX 6000 Graphics Card (based on Navi 2X GPU – RDNA2)

AMD has showcased its Radeon RX 6000 video card. This model is likely to utilize the Big Navi GPU featuring RDNA2 architecture.

The graphics card features a dual-slot design with three axial fans. The card is also confirmed to feature up to two 8-pin power connectors. Such configurations offers up to 375W of power. AMD has not confirmed the naming of its Navi 2X SKUs, but one could guess that this is most likely the Radeon RX 6900X. This is also the first Radeon graphics card to feature the new Radeon logo.

The graphics card features four display connectors: 2x DisplayPort (presumably 1.4 with DSC), 1x HDMI (likely 2.1) and USB Type-C.

AMD has provided virtual coordinates to find the graphics card in Fortnite game’s AMDCreative Island: 8651-9841-1639. If you find anything, make sure to post it in the comments. Some screenshots have already been provided by @NateOrb:

More screenshots from @boot_sequence:

A video from Anshel Sag:

Checking out AMD’s new Radeon RX 6000 in Fortnite

A quick Fortnite Flyover of the RX 6000 in Creative Mode

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