It looks like the launch of AMD’s Radeon RX 6600 series cards could be happening sooner than expected. Thanks to the eagle-eyes of Videocardz, the leakster site discovered the product listings on PowerColor’s product page, serving as an indicator of the cards’ imminent arrival.
At the time of this publication, PowerColor has already removed all listings of the 6600XT and 6600, but not before screenshots of them were captured. To be precise, the listing only showed the model names of both cards and do not list down any specific details about them.
That said, initial reports allude to both RX 6600 series cards shipping out with 8GB GDDR6 graphics memory, with both their GPUs being based on the Navi 23 variant of AMD’s RDNA2 GPU architecture. In the case of the 6600XT, the card will feature the Navi 23XT GPU specifically, come with 2048 Stream Processors, and a 128-bit interface.
In addition, the card is also rumoured to come with three TGP configurations: 65W, 80W, and 90W. Further, leaked renders also point at it having a single-fan cooling design, as well as a single 8-PIN PCIe port to power it up. Sadly, there is still no word about its base and boost clocks.
(Source: PowerColor via Videocardz // Image: Videocardz)