AMD’s Radeon RX 6500 XT will be an entry board made of 6 nanometers

The latest generation graphics cards from AMD and Nvidia mean great performance life, but availability and the real prices are not as fun reading. The focus is often on the coveted and more impressive top models, but for those who do not play heavy-handed titles, the simpler cards are more interesting. Now presents Videocardz details and rendered images of AMD’s upcoming entry-level cards.

The Radeon RX 6000 series currently stays at the RX 6600 with the unattainable target price of SEK 3,699, which for most people is not enough to qualify for the entry-level class. A few pin holes down, the RX 6500 XT and RX 6400 will take up space, two cards that according to previous information use the scaled-down Navi 24 circuit. Videocardz writes that this will be the case, and that the official unveiling will take place on January 4 in connection with AMD holding its CES presentation. Launch is said to take place on January 19 for the RX 6500 XT.

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The complete family of RDNA 2 graphics chips, with Navi 24 on the right. Image source: Videocardz]Videocardz[/url]

The small graphics circuits will be the first in AMD’s arsenal to use TSMC’s more transistor-dense 6-nanometer node. 7 nanometers apply to other graphics cards. The circuit area for the Navi 24 is estimated to be around 141 mm², which is just over 40 percent smaller than the Navi 23 that drives the Radeon RX 6600 duo. This reduces the number of computing units by 50 percent, which corresponds to 16 units or 1,024 stream processors.

Full-scale design is expected to be seen on the Radeon RX 6500 XT, while the RX 6400 will be more modest, with, for example, 12 units and 768 active stream processors. The Infinity cache amount, memory amount and memory bus are also halved with the series’ simplest circuit. Thus, 16 MB, 4 GB and 64 bits are specified at best. Whether the recommended prices are also halved remains to be seen, but judging by the rendered images, at least the outer dimensions will be compact.

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Radeon RX 6500 XT according to Disclosuzen, via Videocardz

The delicious Disclosuzen is responsible for the images that represent the two graphics cards in reference. It is worth mentioning, however, that the models will probably only be produced by third-party manufacturers, but the renderings give a buzz about what is to come. The Radeon RX 6500 XT can be cast in Mini ITX format with a fan and dual card slots, while the RX 6400 can instead be a number of half-height formats and used with a single expansion slot. For the RX 6400, however, it is said that only OEM manufacturing and finished systems will be on the menu.


Source: SweClockers by www.sweclockers.com.

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