AMD announced the release of the Radeon PRO W6800 32GB on June 8

The video itself is only a few seconds long and does not specify either the product name or the product line and finally the release date (this is stated in the trailer sent out by AMD):

Nevertheless, it is not a problem to derive which product line applies. Although at first, after the publication, opinions prevailed that it would be a computer card with the CDNA 2 architecture, several indications suggest the opposite. The first, for which no specific knowledge is required, is evident from the six image outputs of the mini-DisplayPort, which would be a very great decoration for a computer card. The second is the fact that it is known over the quarter that the CDNA 2 computing product built on the Aldebaran GPU, which will be called AMD Instinct MI200, will not be (at least in its first version) a PCIe slot card, but an OAM module.

This eliminates the Instinct series and the confirmed Radeon PRO series. To find out the specific model, just compare the images from the video with the images of the Radeon PRO W6800 32GB, which leaked through the ChipHell website sometime a month ago:

Except for the Radeon PRO WX6800 itself, which is built on the GPU Navi 21, AMD is preparing another Radeon PRO WX6600 with GPU Navi 23. Why is the model with Navi 22? Perhaps for its 192bit bus, which means less common memory capacity, which AMD is probably not interested in testing in the conservative segment.

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