AMD is hard at work to bring us the next generation of Radeon GPUs. Just yesterday we had AMD revealing that it will be soon releasing the RDNA2 a.k.a. Big Navi 2 based Radeon RX 6000 series of GPUs. Today we have a possible leaked picture that shows a testing card from this series in the flesh.
The leak seems to come from Guru3D and mentions the source as a guy from Asia. The photos show the Big Navi card from the flipped side, being cooled with a beefy prototype cooler. Take a look:
The card, an engineering sample probably being tested right now, is big, and so is the cooler. Guru3D notes that the card has “eight memory SMT traces with paper labels “Typical XT ASIC” references for a “16 Gb Samsung GDDR6 memory.””
The card is thus likely to ship with 16 GBs of VRAM. AMD is going to launch the RDNA 2 Big Navi based GPUs on October 28th. Are you excited? Tell us in the comments, down below!