On the Chinese forum Weibo we can see the images of an AMD graphics card not released. The card in question would be a reference version of a hypothetical RX 6900 XTX with AIO watercooling.
RX 6900 XTX: a reference Navi21 XTXH card in preparation at AMD?
As we told you heresome RX 6900 XT benefit from a rather particular GPU. Indeed, cards like the Toxic Extreme Edition benefit from a Navi21 XTXH, a GPU that has undergone an even more drastic sorting. The objective behind this is to select the best chips for high-end cards. The latter, meticulously sorted, prove to be more playful when overclocking. By the way, Der8auer was giving us a little demo with the Liquid Devil Ultimate version of PowerColor.
So what are we dealing with here? If everything is confirmed, it could be that AMD is preparing a reference version of its Navi21 XTXH GPU. And this model would benefit from an all-in-one watercooling system. On this subject, this is not the first time that AMD has used this type of cooling, we remember the R9 Fury or RX Vega 64 Liquid for example.
In short, it is still a question of an engineering sample offering this pre-binned version of the Navi21. Moreover, we could ask ourselves why this model is already present on custom cards? The theory is that AMD would prefer its partners because of the lack of stock to offer its own design. So, the question remains open: will we see these cards on the market soon?
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