According to reputed tech publication Videocardz, several new AMD graphics cards have appeared on the official website of the USB-IF certification organization. However, the public information did not reveal the specific model of the graphics card. At present, AMD’s latest graphics cards use Navi 21/22 GPU cores, which correspond to RX 6900 and RX 6800 series graphics cards respectively.
However, USB certification information only shows codes such as XTX, XTXH, and XLE. Several sources have said that Navi 21 XTX has been determined to represent the RX 6900 XT graphics card. This flagship graphic card is based on RDNA2 architecture.
It is not clear whether the “XTXH” codename refers to an upgraded or downgraded version of the 6900 XT graphics card. This may represent the unreleased RX 6900 graphics card or professional graphics card.
According to the certification information, a total of 5 graphics cards will be equipped with a Type-C interface, support USB 2.0, USB 3.2 data transfer protocol, and PD 3.0 fast charge protocol. For PD fast charging, both support 5V and 9V voltage, and the maximum power is 27W.
There is also a new codename ” Nashira Point “. I also don’t know what model it corresponds to, and this name is different from the previous Sienna Cichlid (Navi 21), Navy Flounder (Navi 22), and Dimgrey Cavefish (Navi 23) which were all names taken from fishes. This time it’s the name of a place in Turkey.
AMD’s new graphics cards are expected to be announced at CES in 2021.
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