AMD have officially unveiled their new cooler design which is set to debut with the upcoming Radeon RX 6000 series cards. It's a triple fan design with dual 8-pin power connectors.
AMD have today gave us a first look at their upcoming Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards. The company showcased the brand new design ahead of the official reveal, which is scheduled for late October 2020.
As you can see from the design in the artwork above, AMD's RX 6000 series will feature a brand new cooler solution with a triple-fan design for maximum performance and efficiency. On top of this, we see dual 8-pin power connectors which was somewhat expected.
RDNA 2 architecture, which is powering Radeon RX 6000 is said to be 50 per cent more efficient than RDNA. On top of this, the performance uplift should be quite significant with some rumours suggesting that the flagship model is neck and neck with Nvidia's RTX 3080.
Furthermore, for the first time ever, AMD's GPUs will offer ray tracing and some reports suggest that the tech giant also have their own version of DLSS ready to launch with the new cards.
At the moment, the DLSS and performance parts are just speculation and we will have to wait a bit more to see just how powerful are these new cards from AMD. However, looking at this special new design, it is safe to say that AMD has something big to showcase, hopefully, they finally deliver a proper high-end beast to compete with Nvidia.
AMD will officially reveal Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards on October 28, 2020.