The video itself is only a few seconds long and does not specify the name of the product or product line and finally the release date (this was mentioned in the trailer sent by AMD):
However, there is no problem in deriving which product line applies. Although initially, after publication, opinions prevailed that it would be a computer card with a CDNA 2 architecture, many indications point to the opposite. The first, which does not require specific knowledge, is evident from the six image outputs of the mini-DisplayPort, which will be a very nice decoration of the computer card. The second is the fact that it has been known for a quarter of a year that the CDNA 2 computing product based on the Aldebaran GPU, called the AMD Instinct MI200, will not (at least in its early version) be a PCIe slot card, but rather an OAM module.
This eliminates the confirmed Instinct series and Radeon PRO series. To find out the exact model, simply compare the images from the video with the images of the Radeon PRO W6800 32GB, which were leaked via ChipHell a month ago:
Except for the Radeon PRO WX6800 itself, which is built on the GPU Navi 21AMD prepares another Radeon PRO WX6600 with GPU Navi 23. Why model with Navi 22? Perhaps for a 192-bit bus, which means less common memory capacity, which AMD probably doesn’t bother testing in the conservative part.
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