AMD Radeon Pro workstation graphics card leaked, uses a single turbofan and dual 8-Pin power supply

by RPRNA Group

As reported, a user leaked AMD’s upcoming Radeon Pro workstation graphics card, which uses a single turbofan and dual 8-Pin power supply. At present, the specific model of this product is unknown. The graphics card comes standard with 16GB Samsung video memory, and the core code is Navi 21 GLXL.


The frequency of the core and the number of stream processors are unknown. The core of this graphics card is similar to the AMD RX 6800 XT/6900 XT gaming graphics card, but in order to ensure stability and heat dissipation, the GPU core frequency will be slightly lower than that of the gaming graphics card.

And the power consumption is supposed to be 250W. This is AMD’s first professional graphics card with the core of the Navi2X series. The design of this graphics card with the public version of RX 6800 XT.

It can be seen that the graphics card core and capacitor layout are very similar, but the radiator screw hole position and power supply slot position are different.

The AMD RX 6800 XT graphics card has 72EU, 4608 stream processors, the graphics card frequency is 2015MHz, and the peak single-precision computing performance is 20.74 TFLOPs.

This graphics card is not only equipped with 16GB GDDR6 video memory but also has a 128 MB Infinity Cache to further improve performance. In addition, the memory bit width is 256-bit, and the power consumption is 300W.


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