Mini variants of AMD cards have traditionally done well, and the manufacturer is launching the first of the cut-down variants of Vega 10, the Radeon RX Vega 56 Nano.
The Radeon RX Vega 56 Nano that was announced at Computex wasn't a reference design from AMD, but a card from PowerColor. The card has an aluminum fin-stack and a single fan, as well as three HDMI connectors. It's built on the same 14nm node as the rest of the Vega series, and should have 8GB of HBM2.
AMD showcased the card in action at the event, and it looks like it'll be able to deliver the same performance as full-sized Vega cards in a much smaller form factor. That makes the card much more alluring to system builders that are looking to build a SFF home theater system.
AMD isn't divulging the specs just yet, but we should know more in the coming weeks.
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