AMD officially released the Radeon RX 6600 XT gaming graphics card at the ChinaJoy exhibition on July 30. The official price is $464, and the public version of the graphics card uses a single fan design. At the same time, Asustek released the ROG Strix series and Dual series RX 6600 XT non-public graphics cards.
The RX 6600 XT graphics card uses the RDNA 2 architecture Navi 23 XT GPU core, has 2048 stream processors, is equipped with 32MB infinite cache and 8GB GDDR6 video memory. The official said that the display can run 3A masterpieces smoothly at 1080P resolution, while supporting optical tracking, SAM, FSR and other technologies.
The ASUS ROG Strix AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT graphics card shell has a sense of technology, the fan logo shows the identity of the ROG player country, and the top has RGB lighting effects. The graphics card radiator has four heat pipes and is equipped with dual fans. This fan has Axial-Tech technology and uses ball bearings to provide greater air volume while taking into account noise performance.
The graphics card integrates dual BIOS, and players can switch between the two configurations by switching. In addition, both BIOS configurations support the graphics card to stop spinning under low load to reduce the overall noise level. In addition, this graphics card provides four DP ports and one HDMI port.
ASUS ASUS Dual AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT graphics card also uses a dual-fan design, but the appearance is more low-key. The graphics card has black heat dissipation and is also equipped with two Axial-Tech fans, but it does not support RGB lighting. Both ASUS graphics cards are designed with a single 8-pin power supply, because the RX 6600 XT TDP is only 160W. The graphics card will be officially released on August 11, and the price is unknown.