AMD teasing a new Radeon Pro graphics card, coming January 19th

Published: 15th Jan 2022, 11:15 GMT   Comments

AMD Radeon Pro W6400 set for January 19th announcement

The official AMD Radeon PRO Twitter account is teasing the upcoming announcement of the new Radeon Pro workstation graphics card. 

The teaser features a crown fitted with blue gemstones, either Sapphire, Tanzanite, or Kyanite. It shows a new king, a king of its class, sadly it is not the performance king.

AMD Radeon PRO teaser, Source: AMD

As we have independently learned, this announcement is for the upcoming Navi model called Radeon Pro W6400. It is not a high-end card, but a budget workstation model based on Navi 24 GPU, so the least powerful member of the RDNA2 family.

The card will challenge NVIDIA T600 Turing GPU, considered the be an entry-level workstation card for 2D modeling, video editing, and so on. Not much of a 3D rendering workhorse.

Of course, we expect more details to be available shortly before the announcement, so stay tuned.

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