The brand new Radeon RX 6000 might finally compete with Nvidia’s flagship graphics cards. Nvidia has been producing top-rated graphics cards for a while now, but its time to see at least one possible competitor. AMD’s average Radeon RX 5700 series did not sparkle any interest in terms of design or performance. However, their upcoming graphics card series might surprise you.
AMD’s next-gen graphics card looks very similar to Nvidia’s RTX 3090 design. The company has announced its Radeon RX 6000 on Twitter today. The two upcoming devices feature a triple-fan, large cover, and twin 8-pin power connectors, which is very alike.
Take a first look at the design of the new Radeon RX 6000 series. Our upcoming @AMD #RDNA2 graphics cards will feature a brand new cooler design, and you can study every angle yourself on our Fortnite Creative Island. 8651-9841-1639. pic.twitter.com/KGQAOXDivZ
— Radeon RX (@Radeon) September 14, 2020
I’m happy to see a fancier looking generation of graphics cards this year. Compared to the former flagship Radeon VII, the Radeon RX 6000 looks more classy, which is a nice change. AMD is allowing possible consumers to check out a full render of the next-gen card in its own Fortnite island. That’s a bold move from the company.
Nvidia has done something similar for its new RTX 3090 graphics card just before revealing the latest GPU news. It looks like both companies like to tease, which doesn’t bother me that much.
The formal RX 6000 presentation will take place during AMD’s event on October 28. The company wants to reveal its upcoming next-gen graphics cards series after the $700 Nvidia RTX 3080 ships. However, they could also want to debut it before people hurry up and acquire the upcoming $500 RTX 3070 due for release in the same month.
If you are looking to buy a new graphics card, I advise you to wait until AMD debuts its upcoming device. Let’s see what the company has developed and how much it costs. The RX 6000 features the same GPU structure as the next-gen consoles, the PS5 and Xbox Series S, and X. Overall, AMD’s upcoming series looks very promising. See below image: