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OFFICIAL RX 6000 PERFORMANCE,Price And Release Dates Leaked

The first picture  AMD's upcoming Radeon RX 6000 series graphics card has leaked online. The image shows an early test board that could feature a next-generation RDNA 2 GPU which will also be utilized for AMD's enthusiast-class graphics card.AMD has also recently showcased its RDNA 2 GPUs running Microsoft's DXR 1.1 (DirectX 12 API Ultimate) demo internally which utilizes hardware-accelerated ray tracing. AMD's approach to ray tracing is to offer simplified development and speedy adopting and that is definitely possible through consoles where the mass majority of game developers focus their efforts towards.According to the leaker, the picture is a test board of one of the many AMD RDNA 2 based Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards that the red team plans to unveil on 28th October. The graphics card comes with a standard rectangular PCB and considering that this is an early test board, the final retail version would be vastly different. With that said, there are a couple of details mentioned so let’s take a deeper look at what the PCB has to offer.


It is confirmed that  GPUs will support DirectX 12 Ultimate due to the new Xbox Series X console from Microsoft utilizing an RDNA 2 GPU.

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When it comes to a release date and price, AMD has said that the new cards will start launching later this year. With a reveal at the end of October, one should assume that November is when consumers will be able to pick up one of the new graphics cards. Price wise, if we were to compare it to the 5000 Series cards at launch, users would be looking at a range between $300 and $500. The top card of the RX 5000 series, the RX 5700 XT, retailed for $449 at launch. With the new lineup expected to be more powerful however, it’s not out of the realm of possibility that the highest level of Radeon RX 6000 cards cost close to $699 like the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080. 

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