A screenshot of the first board for AMD's new navi graphics cards has been leaked online, giving a first glimpse of what we can expect from this new generation of GPUs. The biggest difference between the previous AMD GPUs and the upcoming Navi is the replacement of the storage unit. Unlike the previous GPUs that used HBM2, the AMD Navi GPUs will use GDDR6 memory.
This board is, it looks like, a reference GPU that will use a blower fan versions with two- or three-fan third-party.
The board also seems to have room for eight modules, suggesting that this GPU offers 8 GB of total VRAM over a 256-bit memory bus. If this is the case, we can assume that this GPU is similar in design to the RX580.
Unfortunately, the board gives no indication of the chip size or frequency / raw power this GPU will have, so we can not really compare it with what is currently available on the market. Still, this is a cool leak and we're pretty sure some AMD fans will find it interesting.
According to our findings, AMD will be showcasing new details of the third-generation AMD Ryzen CPUs and NAVI GPUs at Computex 2019. So stay tuned for more!
Kudos to our reader Metal Messiah, who made us aware of this.