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AMD is reportedly launching its next batch of Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards in April. According to Yuko Yoshida’s rumors, these new GPUs will target 1080p games with 32 processing units, 64 MB of infinite cache and 8 GB of GDDR6 memory. The price is set at CNY 2,499, which equates to about $383.

Cezanne Desktop APU
~ June

Dimgray GPU cavefish

~1440p < RTX 3060 < 1080p
~ April
~CNY 2499
~32 computing modules
~ approx. 236 mm2
~ 64MB infinite cache
~ 128-bit 16Gbps GDDR6 with 8GB memory

– Yuko Yoshida (@KittyYuko) 18. March 2021

As for the code name, Dimgray Cavefish suggests that these Radeon RX 6600 or Radeon RX 6500 series graphics cards will use the Red Team Navi 23 GPU, a scheme that Igor Vallosek hinted at back in December. The mobile variants would have a TGP of 65 watts, 80 watts and 90 watts.

Navi 23, if other exclusive leaks and documents from the manufacturer’s entourage are true, should rely on a 128-bit memory interface with eight independent memory channels, to which up to four and, in x16 mode, up to eight identical GDDR6 memory modules can be connected, Wallossek wrote last year. Chipsets must support DirectX12 Feature Level 12_1, Vulcan 1.1, OpenGL 4.6 and OpenCL 2.2. AMD Liquid VR should also be supported.

A total of 5 display outputs support DP 1.4a (or 4x DP + 1x USB-C), HDMI 2.1 and SL-DVI. If the information is correct, there will be a VP9 decoder, a HEVC decoder, an H.264 decoder and a VC1 decoder for hardware video acceleration. PCI-Express should be supported in version 4 with up to 8 lanes and 16 GT/s.

0x3C, 0x46 = NAVI23.
DIMGREY_CAVEFISH = NAVI23.https://t.co/kZ3TtkqnFx pic.twitter.com/Sxk7v6Dx0G

– 遠坂小町@Komachi (@KOMACHI_ENSAKA) September 22, 2020

AMD is planning mobile variants of the Navi 23 with GPT targets of 65W, 80W and 90W. These targets are provisional and subject to change.

– Patrick Schur (@patrickschur_) November 12, 2020

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frequently asked questions

When did the RX 6000 become available?

The AMD Radeon RX 6000 series will be launched on the 3rd. March new GPUs / GPUs.

Will there be shares of 6000 AMD?

Even better: AMD says it will begin updating its stock of RX 6000 GPUs and Ryzen 5000 CPUs weekly on its own website, where it will sell them at retail prices. … This includes not only additional inventory on AMD.com, but also additional inventory for partners and board manufacturers who will be selling gaming PCs in the future.

How much does the AMD 6000 Series cost?

Of course, the flagship model also means it’s the most expensive of the new Radeon graphics cards, with a price tag of $999 in the US. Moreover, it’s also the last GPU to hit the market, as the Radeon RX 6900 XT won’t be released until the 8th at the earliest. The general sale will take place in December 2020. I don’t usually find myself feeling sorry for supercar owners often. Usually, all I know of those types is them posting photos on the internet of them living some cartoonishly-lavish lifestyle. I’m not hating; I’m just saying hardship isn’t usually associated with folks in this particular tax bracket. However, this poor fella in Australia had a brutal run-in with some nasty luck the last day before he would turn over ownership of his recently-uninsured Ferrari F40.

Man loses $1.5 Million Ferrari F40 in a flash
According to The Drive, the world is one more Ferrari F40 shorter after this fateful day in July of 2020. The tragic story has taken on a few iterations since it happened. In Queensland, Australia, the local news initially reported that the car was totaled, or in the local vernacular, “stuffed” while on a test drive due to the dealer plates on the multi-million-dollar supercar.

Upon further investigation, it turns out that the owner of the massively-expensive Ferrari had taken it out for one last spin before he was set to sell the following day. People might be thinking, “why would you not have a million-dollar car insured?” Seeing as he was meant to sell it the next day, it would make sense that he would have canceled his insurance. Either way, taking it out might be understandable, but it was also clearly stupid.

To add to the stupidity, the car had not been driven in five years before this last outing. First of all, car tires require care to stay safe while sitting that long. Second of all, a Ferrari F40 is no Camry. This is not a car that just anyone can hop in and drive. They are mid-engined supercars that aren’t very forgiving in the first place, much less with hard old tires.

What exactly happened?
Ferrari F40 | Ferrari

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The Ferrari was likely moving a pretty good clip to manage the damage it inflicted on the crash site’s surrounding area. The Drive mentions that the red pony car took out two separate sets of traffic lights, multiple street signs, and trees until finally coming to rest deep in a hole in the dirt it dug for itself. It’s not hard to see why the assumption is that this car was doing far more than the posted speed limit. I mean, it’s an F40, after all. Thankfully the driver (owner) and passenger both walked away without serious injury.

What makes the Ferrari F40 so valuable?
The Ferrari F40 is significant for a myriad of reasons. Many of these reasons are the sheer performance aspects of this little red wedge, but some are more of the collectible intangibles. One of those is that the F40 launched in 1987 to celebrate Ferrari’s 40th anniversary, and it happened to be the last car launched by Enzo Ferarri himself. It turns out that people care about things like that.

More importantly, anyone with a pulse will find that it goes up a bit when they see this ultimate poster car. Not to mention it is still fast by today’s standards, but back then, it was mind-bending-ly fast. The F40 has a 2.9-liter twin-turbocharged V8 making a screaming 471 hp and 426 ft-lbs of torque. That makes for a 0-60-mph time of 4.2 seconds.

The F40 is also exceedingly rare in that Ferrari only ever made 400 examples. In 1987 the price for a brand-new one was $400,000 (which in today’s money equals around $900,000.) It stands to reason that with its cutting edge performance, limited production, and cultural significance, that these cars’ value has stretched into the multi-millions today.

RIP to that Australian F40. We will remember you.

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