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Old 14-09-20, 09:36 PM
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AMD reveals its first Radeon RX 6000 series GPU image

What are your thoughts on AMD's reference RX 6000 design.



Read more about AMD's Radeon RX 6000 series GPU design.

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Old 14-09-20, 10:12 PM
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Far better than normal

It was the lack of power on the engineering board why I thought it wasn't Navi 21 but more likely 22/23.

This thou I can live with it at least has some decent cooling, thou not a fan of red on hardware since my set up is black and blue so it's something i'd want changed out for an AIB like sapphire card or similar unless it's changeable
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Old 14-09-20, 10:17 PM
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Very nice design; like something Sapphire would do, just with more red and R's.
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Old 14-09-20, 11:12 PM
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Looks very nice. I like it.
The 150W from 8-pin is outdated. Ancient PSUs made that limit. 8-pin can carry ~400W. This is an elaborate explanation from some form i can't remember:

The PCI-E connecter has 6 pins. They are not all used for power. For the 6 pin connector, Pins 1 & 3 are 12V & each can carry 8 Amps. Pin 2 by spec is not connected, although some PSU manufacturers do add a 12V line there. Pins 4 & 6 are Com return lines. Pin5 is Com for sensing. Using 2 lines, you get 12V*8A*2= 192Watts, much over the required 75Watts. With an 8 pin PCI-E connector, 2 Com lines are added (4&8) not a 12V & Com. There, Pins 1,2,3 are 12V, Pin 4 is a Com for the 8 pin connector sensing, Pin 5,7,8 are Com return lines, & pin 6 is for the 6 pin connector sensing. Using that config, 12V*8Amp*3=288 Watts, much over the required 150Watts. Since Mar 2005, the molex pins are required to be "HCS" rather than "Std", which each carry a max of 11Amps. So properly made, an 8 pin PCI-e can supply 12V*11Amps*3lines=396Watts of power for the graphic cards.
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Old 14-09-20, 11:39 PM
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Ok so how does one fasten it to a computer case?
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Very nice design; like something Sapphire would do, just with more red and R's.
Sapphire work very closely with AMD in their gpu segment and I wouldn't be at all suprised if sapphire were making these for them.
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Old 15-09-20, 06:47 AM
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The R has to be removed from the fans... it reminds me of my nephews fascination with pokemon and that silly Team Rocket.

Its drilled so much into my brain I actually know characters from that show these days. :S
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Another thing that has intriged me about these new Navi cards. Buildzoid is taking a lot of interest in them. I'll stick with my 2080 super for now though until I see independant reviews, pricing and availability. If I do buy AMD though it will be a Sapphire card I just wish they would bring back the Vapor X series.
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Can't wait to find out whatever it is that Nvidia already knows about Navi that made them undercut themselves with the 3070/3080 pricing announcement! Potentially good competition times ahead, dare we dream?
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