AMD Radeon RX 6500XT and RX 6400 Listed With 4GB GDDR6 Memory

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KOMACHI recently revealed he came across listings featuring Radeon RX 6500XT and RX 6400 SKUs equipped with 4GB of GDDR6 memory. The information was shared in a series of leaks. However, he didn’t reveal the source of his findings. Anyways, this claim does suggest that AMD’s first RDNA2 GPU is equipped with a memory capacity lower than 8GB.

The upcoming SKUs will feature Navi 24 GPU

Moreover, both the SKUs might also feature Navi 24 GPU. It is an entry-level graphics card, which has appeared in several leaks for a long time. What’s more, the GPU could feature up to 16 Compute units with an aggregate of 1024 Stream processors, and 50% cores of the Navi 23. Without a doubt, the Navi is not your ideal gaming GPU. That said, it could still be the right choice for casual gamers. As a matter of fact, the GPU should be a popular choice for laptops. It is worth noting that we are still not sure about the configurations of the RX 6500XT and RX 6400. However, it is safe to assume that the former will pack a full implementation of the GPU. On the other hand, the latter could be a watered-down version.

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With the codename “Beige Goby,” the Navi 24 GPU has previously emerged in Linux updates. According to rumors, the GPU will have a 64-bit memory bus and memory configurations up to 4GB GDDR6, similar to the one indicated by KOMACHI. In January of next year, AMD may debut the Navi 24 GPU alongside its new Ryzen 6000 series for laptops. NVIDIA, on the other hand, has yet to announce the desktop gaming part based on the GA107 GPU, despite many leaks on GeForce RTX 3050 SKUs.

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