EEC listing suggests that AMD has a Radeon RX 6900 in development
ASUS may have inadvertently confirmed the existence of the Radeon RX 6900. So far, AMD has unveiled three RDNA 2 cards, of which the RX 6900 XT is the premier example. The RX 6800 and RX 6800 XT round off AMD's RDNA 2 offerings, but it the company is expected to announce RX 6700 series cards at some stage.
ASUS apparently has seven RX 6900 cards planned though, according to a new registration with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC). The listing, a screenshot of which we have posted below, includes four ROG Strix cards, two TUF SKUs and a regular RX 6900 model. All SKUs have 16 GB of VRAM, based on their codenames. The seven names are as follows:
ASUS may have registered these cards under the wrong model numbers, of course. If that is the case, then the company will probably release seven RX 6900 XT custom cards early next year. On the other hand, the company may have offered a clue that AMD plans to announce the RX 6900 at some stage. Either way, the arrival of more custom cards should provide consumers with additional choice, whenever retailers actually get stock of them, that is.