AMD hints at new Radeon PRO graphics card, launching next Wednesday

The official AMD Radeon PRO Twitter account posted a video yesterday announcing a mysterious announcement to be revealed on January 19, 2022. The Tweet text reads: “Be one of the first to hear more”. The tweet showed no sign of hashtags, emojis or other characters outside of the five-second video.

Jewel-laden crown teases possible AMD Radeon Pro series announcement coming January 19th

The VideoCardz website speculates that AMD is hinting at the announcement of its new Radeon PRO workstation graphics card. Looking at the five-second video, the camera slowly pans across the jewels, then pans to a different angle to show us more of the golden crown, then displays the date “2022.01.19” before switching to a black background with just the date and AMD logo in the upper corner.

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According to Videocardz, the announcement could be related to the budget Radeon Pro W6400 Workstation graphics card which would be the king of its class in terms of performance and efficiency. We don’t know the exact specs of this chip at this time, but it will likely use an entry-level RDNA 2 GPU such as the Navi 24 soon to be featured on Radeon RX 6500 XT and Radeon RX 6400 graphics cards from AMD. .

This is all highly speculative. There’s no official word or leak as to which product AMD is launching ahead of Wednesday’s announcement. We will have to wait another four days to see what AMD will reveal to the public.

Source: Official AMD Radeon PRO Twitter account (@RadeonPRO on Twitter), Video Cardz