A hot autumn is shaping up for the PC video card industry: NVIDIA has kicked off the ball with the RTX 30 series and AMD in response has confirmed that the debut of graphics cards based on the RDNA 2 architecture is set for October 28th. Also in October, on the 15th to be exact, the GeForce RTX 3070 will arrive on the market which could find its main antagonist in the RX 6000 – at least according to the first results of the benchmarks that have highlighted performances similar to those of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti.
There will be time to evaluate exactly how the range will be structured and what the maximum performance index will be, but in the meantime AMD has decided to keep the focus on its next products by unveiling the design of the card.
The distinctive feature is characterized by the dissipation system which includes a full-bodied lamellar body and a triple fan; at the top you can also find the two 8-pin power connectors – a more traditional solution than the new single 12-pin connector found on the RTX 30 Founders Edition. Overall, the aesthetics appear more refined than that of the previous Radeon VII and in line with the style of the custom cards developed by the partners.
The manufacturer has not limited himself to publishing the image of the card, but has given way to explore the design using the creative mode of Fortnite. Just enter the island code (8651-9841-1639) to get a look at the 3D Radeon RX 6000 from every angle.
Nothing more than a marketing gimmick, but it is clear that AMD does not want to spend the weeks before the presentation of the new line of video cards in silence, especially now that NVIDIA is coming to the market with a decidedly fierce RTX 30 range.
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