Dataland unveils Radeon RX 6800 X-Serial custom series

Published: 19th Nov 2020, 11:54 GMT   Comments

Dataland has unveiled its custom X-Serial graphics cards based on Radeon RX 6800 SKUs.

Dataland Radeon RX 6800 X-Serial series

It appears that two models have been unveiled today. The RX 6800 XT X-Serial has ARGB lighting, while the non-XT version is to feature a single-color illumination. The triple-fan cooler design appears to be using the same shroud, but the cooler internals are different. The RX 6800 XT has a much bigger heatsink. The cards are likely to use the same board design, which appears to offer dual 8-pin power input.

Dataland used to cooperate with TUL Corporation, which also owns PowerColor. However, recently Dataland graphics cards have started to be manufactured by PC Partner, who also owns brands such as Palit, Gainward, or Galax.

The X-Serial are Dataland’s premium series that are only offered in China. AMD is set to lift the sale and review embargo on the custom Radeon RX 6800 (XT) series on November 25th.

Dataland Radeon RX 6800 XT X-Serial

Dataland Radeon RX 6800 X-Serial

Source: Dataland




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