AMD’s Radeon RX 6600 XT is subject to leaks

In addition to the images captured from the card, the leak contains a test result in the popular Ludashi test in China, but unfortunately, comparing the points to real-world performance is a mystery.

Virtually everyone knows about the Navi 23 graphics chip used by AMD’s upcoming Radeon RX 6600 XT. However, the details of the upcoming desktop version, such as clock frequencies, are still uncertain, and unfortunately, the latest leaks will not change the situation at all.

The images found by VideoCardz on Baidus feature the Radeon RX 6600 XT, which seems at least at first glance to be a possible reference version, but hardly seen on sale. The graphics card is covered in size by a relatively sparse aluminum base, into which air is blown by two large fans. The spread of heat to the ribs is promoted by two heat pipes. There is a Radeon logo in the middle of the plastic frame, but otherwise it is black throughout. The hubs of the fans are also missing labels.

The nail sticker next to the PCIe connector on the video card ensures that it is specifically a Radeon RX 6600 XT and that the graphics chip is supported by 8GB of memory. It was already known from the features of the Navi 23 that the memory bus would be 128-bit. The image above also shows the 8-pin PCI Express power connector.

In addition to graphics card images, VideoCardz’s wounds were also captured by images from the popular Ludashi test in China. The RX 6600 XT scores 599,007 points in the test. Benchmarks are available, but unfortunately from the results it is impossible to say which ones are overclocked and how many. For example, at the top of the list is a selection of GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and RTX 3090 graphics cards with 675,000-700,000 dot results, where there is already plenty of dispersion in itself. In addition, the lower list shows the much weaker RTX 3060 Ti with 413,000-415,000 points, while the much more robust RTX 3070 Ti gets just under 412,000 points.

According to the latest rumors, AMD will release both the Radeon RX 6600 and RX 6600 XT on August 11th.

Source: VideoCardz

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