The Full Nerd team dives into the latest AMD Radeon 6000 rumors, Nvidia’s new Photoshop tools for image control, and the hardware layout of the PlayStation 5.

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In this episode of The Full Nerd, Gordon Ung, Alaina Yee, and Adam Patrick Murray dive into the expected leakages surrounding AMD’& rsquo; s upcoming RDNA2 (“& ldquo;Big Navi & rdquo;-RRB- video cards,Nvidia & rsquo; s new Smart Picture filterfor Photoshop,’and Sony & rsquo; s teardown of its PlayStation 5console—.

Big Navi may be big– an expected leakage, exposed on Twitter, teases a top-tier card with monstrous specifications. (One of the more alluring bits: a typical clock speed of 2.4 GHz throughout gaming.) Gordon selects apart the subtleties of the numbers and puts it into point of view against Nvidia’& rsquo; s RTX 30-series cards

Similarly interesting for professional photographers is Nvidia’& rsquo; s AI-powered tool for Photoshop, which will allow quicker changes to look direction and lighting angles. If you’& rsquo; ve ever taken a group shot and needed to deal with that one individual taking a look at the wrong camera, you’& rsquo; ll comprehend Gordon’& rsquo; s interest for this new filter.

Lastly, we take a trip within the interior of the PlayStation 5, which Sony tore down in advance of the console’& rsquo; s November launch. As you may anticipate, the olden dispute about building a PC or purchasing console cropped up … however not in the way you may believe. Adam has built a $500 PC rather of purchasing a console! (Stay tuned for future livebuilds where Alaina will build PCs that try to match the new consoles’ & rsquo; specifications.)

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