AMD have given us a first look teaser at the upcoming Radeon RX 6000 series powered by their new RDNA 2 architecture, ahead of their upcoming event.
While they're lagging behind NVIDIA who have already done their full reveal of their next generation 30 series GPUs, AMD's event to show off RDNA 2 isn't until October 28. So for now we have to make do with what little teasers AMD decide to throw out.
Anyway, here's the picture:
This new shot was shown off on Twitter, where they mentioned the new cooler design. You can also get more angles of it, annoyingly, in Fortnite (which doesn't support Linux) but you can try with GeForce NOW - details in the tweet. A user on Twitter already showed off some shots of it so you don't need to dive in yourself.
Showing it off like this isn't leaving much to the imagination is it? At least by the time it does release, Mesa drivers for Linux should hopefully be in reasonably good shape for day-1 support as long as you're fully up to date.