The Red team recently dropped its Radeon RX 6000 series GPUs a few days ago and this has already made gaming fans excited because it is the first time AMD has matched or even beat NVIDIA in high performance graphics.
Also, the new Ryzen 5000 processors have already laid a coffin to Intel’s gaming supremacy as even the lowest of the stack Ryzen 5 5600X beats the flagship Core i9-10900K in single-core benchmarks. This has made team Red fans even more excited, on top of this, AMD promises some further tweaks like Smart Access Memory if you use Ryzen + Radeon combo.
In the middle of this, AMD is not stopping to troll its competitor NVIDIA for their bulkier designs and the weird 12-pin power connectors. AMD Radeon RX’s Twitter account replied:
We can’t promise it will fit into every ITX and SFF build, but we do have good news: we designed the RX 6000 Series to accommodate a variety of cases and power requirements.
This, along with the image used for illustration, shows AMD means NVIDIA and its ludicrous high TDP oriented GPUs. Also, the RTX 3080 and RTX 3090 GPU owners face many power constraint issues as well; this means AMD has a good chance to satisfy gamers with its GPUs, provided they do not mess up with stocks.
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