AMD Radeon RX 6600 graphics card
AMD launched the Radeon RX 6600 graphics card, the new entry-level model of the company’s RDNA2 desktop graphics card. The RX 6600 costs $329 and will compete with the Nvidia RTX 3060, which is an MSU MSRP.
The RX 6600 features the same GPU GPUs as the expensive 6600 XT but has 28 computer units enabled instead of 32 on the XT model. The 6600 is also low at 2491MHz for boost hours and 2044MHz for ‘game clock’. This resulted in a healthier performance of 8.93 TFLOPs compared to 10.6 TFLOPs compared to 6600 XT.
The graphics card uses the same graphics card as 8GB of GDDR6 memory, however, the 6600 is a little slower but its rating is 14Gbps while the memory bandwidth on the 6600 XT compared to 16Gbps compared to 224GB / s compared to 256GB / s. in the. Both have the same 32 or 32MB high-speed infinity cache.
Unfortunately, like the 6600 XT, the 6600 also uses slower bus speeds than PCIe 4.0 x8’s, using PCIe 4.0 x16’s on higher-end Radeon cards. This can cause performance bottlenecks in some applications.
The 6600 has a lower power rating than the 6600 XT compared to the R13 and 132W compared to the 160W.
The RX 6600 will not have a reference card from AMD. Instead, it will only be available through board partners, including ASRock, ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, PowerColor, SAPPHIRE, XFX, and Yeston. The card is available for purchase starting from scratch.