The screenshot from the first PCB for AMD's new graphics graphics has been leaked online, giving us a first look at what we can expect from the new generation of GPUs. The biggest difference between the previous AMD GPUs and the upcoming Navi is the replacement memory unit. Unlike the previous GPU that used HBM2, AMD Navi GPUs will use GDDR6 memory.
By the look of it, this PCB is out of reference to the GPU that will be using a blower-style fan, although we can expect custom versions with dual or triple fans of third-party partners.
The PCB also seems to have room for eight modules, suggesting that this GPU will offer 8GB of VRAM overall on a 256-bit memory bus. If this is the case, we can expect this GPU – design – to be similar to the RX580.
Unfortunately, the PCB does not give any indication of the size or raw frequency / power of this GPU, so we can not compare it with what is currently available on the market. Still, it's a cool leak and we're pretty sure that some AMD fans will find it interesting.
From what we know to date, AMD will be highlighting new details of Gen 3 processors AMD Ryzen and NAVI GPUs at Computex 2019, so stay tuned more!
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