Getting a slight performance boost from its standard edition, the upcoming Liquid Edition pushes clock speeds from 2,015Mhz to 2,250Mhz while its board power increases from 300W to 330W. The supported memory bandwidth is also brought up from 16Gbps to 18Gbps, though the card will carry the same amount of compute units, memory size as well as the RDNA 2 series’ signature Infinity Cache. At the rear is an HDMI 2.1 port, two DisplayPort slots, and one USB-C port.
While there’s no official pricing information yet for the Liquid Edition, for reference the standard RX 6900 XT retails at $1,000 USD. There’s also no precise release date for now, so those looking to build a new PC or upgrade their GPU should stay on the lookout for more information to come.
In other related news, Sony is reportedly looking to release its next-gen PlayStation VR headset in 2022.