AMD has another section level RX 6000-series GPU: the $379 RX 6600 XT, which is as yet in light of a similar RDNA 2 design as its beefier cousins, yet it offers a more wallet-accommodating value point. The new card guarantees “a definitive 1080p gaming experience,” for clients who don’t really require a cutting edge 4K gaming arrangement.
At a recommended retail cost of $379 (AMD isn’t selling its own adaptation of the card), the RX 6600 XT spaces at a much less expensive value point than the $479 RX 6700 XT that the organization delivered recently, which designated 1440p gaming.
The RX 6600 XT highlights 32 figure units, 8GB of GDDR6 RAM, a 2359 MHz base clock, 2589 MHz helped clock and draws 160W of force. For correlation, the best in class RX 6900 XT 80 register units, while the RX 6700 XT offers 40 figure units.
AMD’s rationale here, however, is that most players don’t really have the arrangement essential for a full 4K gaming rig, which requires the best in class in GPUs as well as a processor and a presentation that can siphon out enough pixels. The organization referred to explore from IDC that asserted that approximately 66% of gaming shows sold last year were 1080p boards — yet additionally, that development in high-revive shows was multiple times higher than lower-invigorate rate models.
The RX 6600 XT is intended to space into those patterns impeccably, encouraging you to have the option to run AAA titles like Battlefield 5 or Cyberpunk 2077 at high casing rates on the greatest 1080p settings. The new card isn’t intended for somebody who needs the best in class GPU — it’s for clients utilizing an obsolete GPU like the maturing GTX 1060 (which actually represents right around 10% of all designs cards in Steam’s equipment study and can battle with later games).
The new RX 6600 XT additionally offers a major lift over AMD’s 5000-series cards, offering 1.4x or more prominent enhancements in FPS rates contrasted with the RX 5600 XT and RX 5700 for titles like Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and Doom Eternal. AMD additionally asserts that the new card outflanks Nvidia’s correspondingly section level RTX 3060 GPU, which (from a certain point of view) begins at $329.
AMD is likewise mindful that supply might be an issue for the new card, remarking at a press preparation that “we’re putting forth a valiant effort to get supply, however, the interest is exceptional, and furthermore the stock imperatives are genuine, so we are working with those circumstances close by.” Given the overall trouble in purchasing new GPUs nowadays, it very well may be ideal to get ready for another round of hard-to-track down cards, however.
The RX 6600 XT will be accessible beginning on August eleventh from AMD’s standard record of accomplices, including ASRock, Asus, Biostar, Gigabyte, MSI, PowerColor, Sapphire, XFX, and Yeston, with prebuilt frameworks set to show up at some point in August, as well.