AMD Showcases Radeon RX 6000 Series Graphics Card, RDNA2 is Here

by September 15, 2020 0 comments

AMD decided to give the world a first look at its new Radeon RX 6000 Series Graphics Card on Twitter. The official twitter handle of Radeon RX tweeted the first-ever photo of the new Radeon RX 6000 Series along with a new update. The tweet also said that the new RDNA 2 GPUs will have a brand new cooling design when they are launched. This news comes right after Nvidia bought ARM and launched its new RTX 3000 series. Though sadly if you want to watch how the new GPU actually looks and its design you will have to download Fortnite. This was a bit of a surprise considering that AMD has no official ties with Epic games and there is no particular reason for AMD to showcase it’s most exciting GPU yet in Fortnite.

AMD RX 6000 Series Graphics Card Design:

AMD Radeon RX 6000 seriesSushant Singh | Pcquest

In Fortnite, we saw a glimpse of how the shroud and the graphics card will look like when they are launched. The new AMD RX 6000 Series Graphics Card Design showcases a giant shroud with triple fan design. There are two 8-pin power connectors so it is quite possible for this specific card to take on the RTX 3090 in real-world scenarios. Interested people can check out the card design in detail on the Fortnite Island that AMD has created.

AMD should be launching the new AMD RX 6000 Series on October 28th. Nvidia is also going to start selling its RTX 3070 in October. It remains to be seen what the new AMD RX 6000 Series has to offer but from the leaks that are surfacing, it seems that the RDNA 2 cards will be competing with the RTX 3000 series head-on. Big Navi is also known as Navi 2X and is powered by the RDNA 2 architecture. If AMD plays its graphics cards right it will be the new GPU King of the masses.


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