A mysterious graphics card with AiO liquid cooler has been listed on KaBuM, a Brazilian electronics retail blueprint. This unannounced add-in-card is often known as a Sapphire Radeon RX 6900 XT within the listing, however whereas it bears the Radeon imprint prominently, there is rarely any signal of Sapphire branding. Unfortunately, KaBuM has taken down the listing, however no longer before its textual screech material and photos were saved by the likes of VideoCardz. A identical, if no longer identical AiO has been noticed in a Chinese pre-built diagram.
In the portray above that it’s most likely you’ll be taught about that this graphics card follows the identical MO of old reference designs from AMD, with its minimalist conceal with single 120mm fan/radiator linked by the braided strengthened circulation hoses. We can furthermore clearly be taught about potentially the most modern Radeon imprint – the massive stylized ‘R’ on every conceal and radiator meeting.
Specs within the listing pointed to the following:
- GPU with 80 CUs, 80 RT accelerators, and 5,120 SPs
- GPU clocks: game 2,250MHz, enhance 2,435MHz
- 128MB of Infinity Cache
- 16GB of 18Gbps GDDR6 memory on a 256-bit bus
- Required twin 8-pin energy connectors
The above specs match the Radeon RX 6900 XT reference comprise – apart from for for the sooner clock speeds here (every GPU and memory were tweaked up). The mix of very ultimate cooling plus the rumoured pre-binned silicon that some consult with as the RX 6900 XTX can be instrumental in turning within the sooner clocks and boosted efficiency.
KaBuM had this card listed for open on 26th June, so it appears to be like love we would soundless leer forward to an official announcement nearer to that date.