Based on AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture, radeon pro models may seem to be close. The first workstation-focused card to carry the new GPU was viewed closely.
The red team may be preparing to move the RDNA 2 architecture to the professional area after the player cards.
The last shared photos belong to the Radeon Pro card, which rises above the RDNA 2 architecture. Labeled Full Secure TT GLXL, it is thought to be based on the Navi 21 GLXL GPU, which has appeared before. Combined with a 16GB VRAM, the Radeon Pro is also the first card with RDNA 2 architecture and blower fans.
If we look at the existing Navi 21 GPUlu player cards, blower-type cooling may be considered insufficient. However, as a result of possible clippings on the GPU and optimizations in the clock speed wing, the card can be reduced to a level where the blower cooler that takes up 2 slots can handle.
Although the PCB is also displayed, there are some changes compared to the RX 6800 XT, but the similarity in the gpu’s section reinforces the prediction that the card is based on the Navi 21.
The Nvidia-side equivalent of the Radeon Pro family with RDNA 2 architecture is the RTX Ampere series, which scales up to 48GB of VRAM. However, Nvidia’s claim that it is working on 12-24 GB options explains AMD’s latest engineering example model.