Official Navi2x/6x00 series thread

It is en route :D

Btw.I heard from JayZtwoCents that it is recommended to have two physical ssd drives.One for windows installation and one for games instalation.For games a mere sata ssd is suficient.
I bought an nVme ssd (Adata) recently only for windows installation and use it also as an intermediary storage for games images .
Prices have gone down for the 6600 range (and inventory has become more available) at the local store here. I havent looked beyond the 6600 because its still stupid expensive, and the 6500 is still a waste of money.
Not enough to make me cry....but still thats a sign.

Of course maybe the Ukraine war ramifications start to kick in a few weeks from now and then they might go up again?
"Benchmark tessellation load modified, result invalid"


This warning appears when you run 3DMark on a system with modified driver tessellation settings.

In order to produce scores that can be compared fairly, a benchmark must perform the same work on every system. Benchmark-specific driver optimizations are not allowed.

To get a valid 3DMark score for your system, return all driver options to their default settings then re-run the benchmark.

Some recent versions of AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition include an application-specific profile for 3DMark. Running 3DMark with this profile will result in an invalid score, even if the profile does not modify any settings.

To get a valid score, open the AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition application and remove the 3DMark application profile. Alternatively, you can use the Factory Reset option to restore all driver settings and profiles to the default values.

not worth my time to care much
it's a bug, I disabled everything related on the drivers and still got that error. After I updated to the latest ones the problem dissapeared, standard settings...:confused:

yea i ran that bench when i got the card and that bug was in

It should be noted that “Enthusiastic Citizen” is not a random member of the Chiphell forums, but a well established leaker, normally focusing on unreleased CPU launches. With this relatively good track record, one must assume that the newest information shared on the Chinese discussion board is at least based on embargoed information, and not a random rumor.

According to the Citizen, AMD is set to launch its RDNA2 desktop refresh known as Radeon RX 6X50XT series either on April 20th or 21st. There are three cards to be expected: 6950XT, 6750XT and 6650XT, all to be equipped with faster 18 Gbps GDDR6 memory.

Probably a small bump of clock speeds as well can be gathered from the 50w added tdp... kinda like they did with RX480 to RX580 I suppose.