Finally, we can see a first sample of what will be the Sapphire RX VEGA 64 NITRO, which comes with three 8-pin connectors to feed and a spectacular design.
Sapphire RX VEGA 64 NITRO poses for the cameras
This new Sapphire graphics card, a custom model of AMD’s RX VEGA 64, uses two and a half slots of our computer (two slots as support and three slots on the motherboard).
As you can see on the outside, the cooling of the graphics card is carried out by three turbines and an aluminum plate that covers practically the entire surface of the RX VEGA 64 NITRO.
The LED lighting could not be missing on this ‘Premium’ card. Also, each card room has lights including fans, the side, and the backplate. It is not clear if the only color available is blue or we have an option to choose with some software.
You can also see that it ignores a DVI output, betting on two HDMI outputs and two DisplayPort, which seems to be the general trend that is coming.
RX VEGA 64 NITRO will use three expansion slots
Unlike the custom XFX model, this model has three 8-pin power connectors. The clock speeds of the GPU and memory are those of the reference model. Also, there are comments that the clock speed is going to get high when we have the final version of the graphics card.
Price and launch date so far are unknown; we will keep you informed as soon as we know. Stay tuned.