Pictures of a PowerColor Radeon RX Vega Nano have appeared from AMD’s global launch of the second generation Ryzen+ CPUs. This would be the second time that the RX Vega Nano has been seen; having made its first apperarance during the company’s Ryzen Threadripper and Radeon RX Vega launch last year at SIGGRAPH 2017.
Not a lot is known in terms of specs and performance numbers, but it’s clear that the aesthetics on PowerColor’s version of the card is a far cry from the original RX Vega Nano.
Back then, the cooler shroud was made out of brushed aluminum; instead of the black finish we see this time. Furthermore, the new PowerColor RX Vega Nano comes with an 8-pin and 6-pin power connector combo, as opposed to the original single 8-pin power connector setup.
Sadly, the card isn’t for sale at this moment. PowerColor says that the card is merely a prototype, and that they have no plans on mass producing it anytime soon. There’s also the technicality that the RX Vega Nano has yet to be officially launched by AMD, and PowerColor can’t sell a card that isn’t officially available.