Official Navi2x/6x00 series thread

asrock oc formula radeon rx 6900 xt

- GPU Clock P BIOS(Boost/Game): Up to 2475/ Up to 2295 MHz
- GPU Clock Q BIOS(Boost/Game): Up to 2365/ Up to 2165 MHz
- Base Clock: 2125 MHz

asrock oc formula radeon rx 6950 xt

- GPU Clock P BIOS(Boost/Game/Base): Up to 2495/ Up to 2279 MHz/2143 MHz
- GPU Clock Q BIOS(Boost/Game) /Base: Up to 2310/ Up to 2100 MHz/1890 MHz

pass :bleh:
That isn't that surprising, isn't this refresh basically one where they put faster memory on all cards like nvidia likes to do?
Yeah... super tempting, even though the discount is now 10% instead of 17%. Holding out though as my 6600XT is working out just fine for my needs...

Man missed that... they say you can order up to 5... but thats only one thats open box the others are 999$... :bleh:
AMD Radeon RX 6600M on Desktop PCBs Being Sold for As Low As $180 USD

AMD Radeon RX 6600M on Desktop PCBs Being Sold for As Low As $180 USD

Get them while they’re hot!

With next-generation GPUs around the corner, the market seems to be flooded with ASICs for any board partner willing to buy them and use as they see fit—including building desktop graphics cards with mobile GPUs. Several Chinese board partners are found selling desktop graphics cards based on the mobile Radeon RX 6600M at prices ranging between the equivalent of USD $180 to $214.

The RX 6600M has essentially the same specs as the desktop RX 6600 (non-XT), with 1,792 stream processors across 28 RDNA2 compute units, 8 GB of 14 Gbps GDDR6 memory across a 128-bit wide memory bus, and similar clock-speeds of 2177 MHz (compared to 2044 MHz of the desktop RX 6600). In fact the RX 6600M has much better typical board power specs of 100 W, compared to 132 W of the desktop RX 6600. The best part of this deal has to be the price. An RX 6600 (non-XT) starts around the $250-mark in the US market. So even with shipping costs added, the $180 RX 6600M comes across as a slightly better deal.

Source: techPowerUp!,
AMD Cuts MSRPs of Radeon RX 6000 Series Graphics Cards

AMD Cuts MSRPs of Radeon RX 6000 Series Graphics Cards

Lower prices across the board.

AMD has come up with new MSRPs for its Radeon RX 6000 series RDNA2 graphics cards, in a bid to better compete against NVIDIA's RTX 30-series high-end cards, as the product lifecycles of both companies draw to a close. The new price list was finalized on September 15, and is beginning to take effect in popular online retailers. The latest prices see the top Radeon RX 6950 XT at $949, and the RX 6900 XT $699. The latter offers better value, as it's within 5% of the RX 6950 XT, while being $250 cheaper. The RX 6800 XT drops to $599, which makes it $100 cheaper still than the RX 6900 XT, while being within 5% relative performance. If you can find an RX 6800 (non-XT), its MSRP is set at $549.

MSRP cuts also take effect on performance-segment and mid-range SKUs. The RX 6750 XT is now a $419 SKU, and the RX 6700 XT is just $379. Both cards perform in the league of the RTX 3060 Ti and RTX 3070, making them interesting SKUs to consider. The RX 6650 XT, which replaces the RX 6600 XT from the product stack, is priced at $299. If you can find an RX 6600 XT, it should start around the $239-mark. The entry-level RX 6500 XT and RX 6400 are finally under the $200-mark where they belong, with the RX 6500 XT going for $169, and the RX 6400 at $149. NVIDIA already debuted its RTX 40-series "Ada" graphics cards, but only at the very high-end, with the RTX 4090 expected to go on sale mid-October, at $1,600. AMD's next generation will be unveiled on November 3.

Source: techPowerUp!
Yay! It's been a long time since we've had reasonable options in the sub-$200 range.

Geez though, I paid a thousand bucks for my 6700xt last summer... it's kindof painful to see it drop almost $700 in that time.
6500 XT and 6400 are still kind of disappointments in the low end region. I remember it used to be you could buy a $180 card and it was actually decent. Not anywhere near top of the line, but not trash either. We need the RX 6600 XT to drop to sub $200.

With that being said, prices are amazingly better than they were even six months ago.