AMD is expected to release its RDNA2 desktop upgrade, known as the Radeon RX 6X50XT series, on April 20th or 21st, according to the Enthusiastic Citizen. There will be three cards available: the RX 6950XT, 6750XT, and 6650XT; all of which will include faster 18 Gbps GDDR6 memory.
Additionally, AMD’s slowest RDNA2 model, the RX 6400, based on the Navi 24 GPU, may make its way to the DIY market. System integrators and OEMs are the only ones who can use it right now. In the whole Radeon 6000 series, this is the only low-profile model lacking power connectors. This SKU was initially expected to arrive as the RX 6500 non-XT, indicating that there is still some misunderstanding about this graphics card model.
The flagship RX 6950XT variant in the 6X50XT series is expected to compete with the upcoming GeForce RTX 3090 Ti SKU.
This card will not only have quicker 18 Gbps RAM, but it will also have a 350W TDP.
However, little is known about the RX 6750XT and 6650XT; other than that they will have 18 Gbps memory and, as a result, will likely consume more power. The RX 6750XT might compete with the Intel Arc A780 model. It is expected to be released in the coming weeks.
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About Enthusiastic Citizen
It’s worth noting that “Enthusiastic Citizen” isn’t just any member of the Chiphell forums; he’s a well-known leaker who usually focuses on upcoming CPU launches. With such a strong track record; it’s reasonable to conclude that the most recent information provided on the Chinese discussion board relies on embargoed material rather than a rumor.
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