A few hours after AMD's announcement on the presentation of the Radeon RDNA2 graphics cards, expected for October 28, the photo of what appears to be a prototype of the new Radeon RX 6000 appeared on the net. In addition to the image that we propose to follow, at the moment no technical details have emerged (as indeed until now), so we cannot 100% confirm that this is a hypothetical new generation Radeon, let alone that the photo in question is recent or dating back to a few weeks ago.
Having said that, the photo in question actually offers several ideas that lead us to think that the card in question is just a new consumer Radeon model, probably a GPU based on RDNA 2 architecture.
We cannot speak with certainty of the much discussed "Big Navi", however by analyzing the image well we notice that the label bears the wording XT, typical of Radeon models. The graphics card in question appears to be equipped with a more massive GPU than Navi 10 (at least seen from above) and is equipped with 8 Samsung 2GB GDDR6 memory chips, probably on a 256-bit bus.
The PCB is quite generous in size, while a CPU heatsink (tower) was used for the dissipation, a solution that is often used in the test / development phase by manufacturers.
Recall that the GPUs based on RDNA2 architecture will be built with a 7nm production process, now supporting ray-tracing and offering a net increase in performance per watt, quantified by AMD in a 50%.
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