AMD today launched the Radeon RX 6600, the new entry-level model in the company’s RDNA2 based desktop graphics cards. The RX 6600 is priced at $329 and will compete against the Nvidia RTX 3060 that has the same MSRP.
The RX 6600 features the same GPU die as the more expensive 6600 XT but with 28 compute units enabled instead of the 32 on the XT model. The 6600 is also clocked lower at 2491MHz for the boost clock and 2044MHz ‘game clock’. This has resulted in 8.93 TFLOPs peak single precision performance compared to the 10.6 TFLOPs of the 6600 XT.
Both graphics cards use 8GB of…
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