We are one month away from AMD’s official unveiling for the next generation of Radeon graphics cards. So far, there have been very few leaks, but things are beginning to turn around. This week, a specification table showed up on Newegg’s official blog, giving us an idea of what to expect from the RX 6000 series.
Newegg Insider is the retailer’s own official blog, which hosts posts from contributing journalists. One particular post went up recently with a full spec sheet comparing previous Radeon GPU specs with the RX 6700 XT, RX 6800 XT and RX 6900 XT:
The table above has since been removed from the website, but fortunately, Videocardz kept a copy. As we can see, there are some placeholder numbers in here, as presumably, the RX 6000 series won’t have a 1500MHz base clock speed across the board for all three cards.
The table does seemingly back up a few recent leaks. Recently, it has been said that Big Navi will top out at 80CUs, or 5120 Stream Processors, which is listed as the spec for the RX 6900 XT here. Meanwhile Navi 22 has been said to use up to 40CUs, which would equal out at 2560 SPs.
AMD is set to announce and launch the RX 6000 series of graphics cards on the 28th of October during a digital event.
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KitGuru Says: It is going to be interesting to see RX 6000 in action and compare to Nvidia’s very recent RTX 30 series GPUs. What are you expecting from next-gen Radeon? Will the top-end match the RTX 3080?