A product listing of what appears to be an AMD Radeon RX 6950XT has apparently made an appearance. Also, and if we’re reading this correctly, the pricetag on this particular model suggests that not only will it not come cheap, it will also command an asking price as high as NVIDIA’s recently launched GeForce RTX 3090 Ti.
The 6950XT was found being listed on the Australian retail store, MegaBuy. While the listing showed the product as a 6900XT, a bit of sleuthing reveals that the product code that was listed alongside it matches the Gigabyte 6950XT already listed on the Eurasian Economic Commission’s (EEC) product page. On that note, the product’s listing on EEC serves as a confirmation of the GPU’s existence, seeing how filings made to the EEC are public and more or less final. Sadly, the listing does not provide any further details about the GPU’s components, beyond what we already know.
The bigger takeaway from this, though, is the pricetag for the 6950XT. MegaBuy lists the card’s retail price as AU$3241 (~RM10221). In other words, it’s just as expensive as the starting price RTX 3090 Ti. For the record, the cheapest starting SRP on our list for NVIDIA’s new king of the hill is RM9700, a pricetag that is shared by both ASUS and Zotac’s own custom-cooled version of the BFGPU.
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The AMD Radeon RX 6950XT, along with the 6750XT and 6650XT, is expected to launch next month and more specifically, on 10 March. Much like how NVIDIA’s “Ti” series are essentially souped-up versions of their non-Ti counterparts, all three cards are expected to ship out with faster graphics memory, running at 18Gbps.