Gigabyte Radeon RX 6950 XT with a hefty price spotted at Australian retailers

Awaiting the official announcement of the refreshed Radeon RX 6050 cards, Twitterer Momomo_us has spotted the Radeon RX 6950 XT at several Australian online stores. Specifically, it concerns the Gaming OC version of Gigabyte, which can currently be found at ITNest and MegaBuy. While no one has the card in stock, a hefty price tag is already mentioned.

For example, this sku costs 3,241 and 3,320 Australian dollars, or 2,216 and 2,270 euros respectively. This corresponds to the suggested retail price of the RTX 3090 Ti (2,249 euros), but in all likelihood these are placeholder prices. Both retailers use the code GV-R695XTGAMING-OC-16GD, while the title says RX 6900 XT. In any case, it is an additional indication that the RX 6050 XT series is on its way.

The regular Gigabyte Radeon RX 6900 Gaming OC is currently available from 1,307 euros.

Currently, it looks like the first SKUs will be released on May 10th. Both the RX 6950 XT, 6750 XT and 6650 XT are expected to be equipped with faster 18Gbps memory, the new flagship is also expected to get a higher boost clock and a boosted TDP. It is not clear whether AMD wants to make similar changes to the cheaper models.

Sources: Momomu_us (Twitter), Videocardz, MegaBuy, ITNest

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