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AMD teasing new Radeon Pro graphics card, set to be announced January 19th

AMD is going to announce a new graphics card this week. As per a tease posted on social media, the GPU manufacturer is about to expand its Radeon Pro lineup with a new SKU, which many believe to be the W6400.

AMD's tease on Twitter shows a crown with jewels (sapphires?), finishing the video with an announcement date: January 19th 2022. There's no clear indication of what GPU will AMD announce, but according to VideoCardz, it will be the Radeon Pro W6400.

The Radeon Pro W6400 is based on the Navi 24 GPU, making it an entry-level workstation graphics card. Memory specifications are still unknown, but we expect it to ship with 4GB of GDDR6 memory and 16MB of Infinity Cache, just like the Radeon RX 6500 XT and RX 6400. These specifications might not look that impressive for 3D rendering, but for lighter workloads in 2D, they should be enough.

We expect to learn more about the new graphics card on January 19th, including more details about the specifications, the release date, and possibly some benchmark results.

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