AMD just released an image of the Radeon RX 6000 series’ design via Twitter and Fortnite. Dubbed as the “Big Navi”, the RX 6000 looks par to its code name.
The rendered design looks good for a triple fan setup – which is a far cry to the usual boxy reference designs from AMD. Since we bet this is a reference design, the card most likely packs some serious TDP to warrant the design or the implementation of a triple fan.
Take a first look at the design of the new Radeon RX 6000 series. Our upcoming @AMD #RDNA2 graphics cards will feature a brand new cooler design, and you can study every angle yourself on our Fortnite Creative Island. 8651-9841-1639. pic.twitter.com/KGQAOXDivZ
— Radeon RX (@Radeon) September 14, 2020
Speaking, the card features dual 8-pin GPU power connectors. A PCIe slot could output 75W of power, while a single 8-pin could provide 150W. Theoretically, the Radeon RX 6000 could pull 375W.
Now the card itself appears to be a 2.5 slot monster with triple 90mm fans. It comes with a Radeon logo at the side that should light up cuz it is 2020 and lighting wont go anywhere.
As for connectivity, the RX 6000 comes with dual DisplayPorts, a single HDMI port and a USB Type-C port based on what we saw from Fortnite renders.
If you want to check out the card in multiple angles, AMD made a model within Fornite’s Creative Island (8651-9841-1639). This is somewhat counter productive for the majority of outlets but a guess tells me it is a slight jab at Fortnite’s reported RTX support. Not as surprising nor interesting as the AMD bike though.