AMD abandons turbo-cooled RX 6000 graphics with dual fan: stronger and quieter

AMD officially announced the RDNA2 GPU architecture at the analyst conference two days ago, and it’s not surprising that the next generation of graphics rx 6000 series will be used. In addition, the design of the RX 6000 public version of the card will change, with the single fan becoming a dual fan design. Over the years, both AMD and NVIDIA’s public cards have liked to use OTES turbine cooling, using a single fan, the advantage of this design is that the hot air exhaust, the chassis duct requirements are not high.

But the disadvantages are also obvious, single fan cooling efficiency in general, the temperature will be higher, high speed noise is also obvious.

AMD abandons turbo-cooled RX 6000 graphics with dual fan: stronger and quieter

Radiator design for RX 5700 XT graphics card

Based on this, NVIDIA in the RTX 20 series graphics card completely abandoned the single-fan design of the public version of the card, replaced with a dual-fan radiator – although the sutter is a gas stove, but the cooling effect bar bar.

AMD is also insisting on turbo single fan cooling, RX 5700 series graphics card is the same, but the RX 5700 graphics card temperature of up to 90 degrees C or more, the noise is also high, has been criticized by the user, inexplicable black screen problem is estimated to have a certain relationship with this.

Now AMD is aware of the seriousness of the problem, inadvertently leaking a new heatsink scheme when it unveils the RDNA2 architecture, and officials have confirmed that the next generation of graphics cards will give up single fans and switch to dual-fan cooling like gas stoves.

AMD abandons turbo-cooled RX 6000 graphics with dual fan: stronger and quieter

While it’s not officially clear what cards will start, the RX 6000 series is expected to be the first AMD public-edition card to use a dual fan.

With the new radiator upgrade, the temperature and noise of the RX 6000 Series graphics cards will obviously be better controlled, cooler and quieter.

In addition, AMD Ken’s change from a single fan to a dual fan means that the performance of the RX 6000 series graphics will also be greatly improved, the core reason for the change in design is actually that the single fan has been unable to suppress the future of high-performance GPU core, which is on the open dual-fan radiator, which is similar to Radeon VII uses three fans for the same thing.

AMD abandons turbo-cooled RX 6000 graphics with dual fan: stronger and quieter