Report mill: Provided the variety of leakages and listings surrounding AMD’s Radeon RX 6600 XT and RX 6600 over the last couple of weeks, all indications indicate an impending launch. Now, a brand-new report declares to have a specific date: August11 It likewise specifies that there will be a lot of the cards in stock, assisting reduce the typical schedule issues, ideally.
According to Fudzilla’s sources, both the Radeon RX 6600 XT and the Radeon RX 6600 will show up in simply over 3 weeks. We got our very first supposed take a look at the Navi 23- based RX 6600 XT back in May, and ever since Gigabyte has actually noted 6 of the cards on the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) site, and PowerColor included both versions to its website. All of which recommends the cards are simply around the corner.
While August 11 has actually been advanced as the launch date, there’s no word on any prospective rates– though we might be taking a look at around a $350 MSRP for the RX 6600 XT, considered that it’ll be taking on the RTX3060 Whether you’ll discover it for that rate stays to be seen.
The report includes that there will be a lot of customized variations of AMD’s items readily available from the first day. That, integrated with the truth that graphics card costs are moving closer to their MSRPs, paints a positive photo for those wanting to update.
Both RDNA 2 cards utilize the Navi 23 discovered in the Radeon Pro W6600/ M and RX 6600 M mobile card. The Radeon RX 6600 XT is stated to utilize the complete die, implying it will have 2,048 Stream Processors, while the non-XT variation is believed to have 1,792 Stream Processors. We’re likewise anticipating 32 MB Infinity Cache and 8GB of GDDR6 on a 128- bit bus.
According to reports, the RX 6600 XT will have clock accelerate to 2.9 Ghz and low power intake of around 100 W.
AMD employer Lisa Su formerly stated a recommendation single-fan graphics card from the Radeon RX 6000 series, allegedly based upon the Navi 23 GPU, would land in the very first half of the year. That timeframe has actually now passed, so a statement might show up any day now.