The AMD RX 6600 XT graphics has been unveiled today in China. This graphics card has been specially designed for gaming in 1080p. NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 12 GB variant, which launched back in February, also provides similar specifications to this graphics card. AMD has full faith in the performance of their graphics card and even claims that the card that they have brought in the market is way faster than NVIDIA GA106 models in around ten gaming titles. All these gaming titles were played in 1080p after enabling the maximum settings. The feature of ReBar was also enabled on each of the cards.
AMD has come with a comparison in performance to the last generation RX 5600 XT. This card was making use of the Navi 10 GPU. The AMD RX 6600 XT is around 1.4 to 1.7 times faster in performance when compared to the RDNA1 model.
AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT will be ready for 1080p gaming with the Navi 23 GPU.
A Navi 23 XT GPU is being used in the AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT, and it also features the 2048 Stream Processors. The clock frequency, which has been recorded officially while gaming, is 2359 MHz. On boosting the clock frequency, it reaches a maximum of 2589 MHz with 160 Watt TBP. A single eight-pin power connector has been used over here.
The graphics card will be launching exclusively through the AIBs They will all have customized designs, and no design will be available for any kind of reference. The company has promised that the graphics card will be available in the markets from the 11th of August. If we look at the pricing part of the GPU, then it will cost 379 US dollars. This price is 100 US dollars more than the RX 5600 XT.
AIBs are very good at preparing several types of designs like dual-fan solutions for cooling, Mini ITX models, and there are models with three fans that will enhance the performance of the machine. Stay connected with MediaScrolls to receive more news on the AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT. The graphics card has the capability to do some high-level gaming. The company has even assured everyone about its better performance as compared to the NVIDIA counterpart.