If your concern isn’t about getting the top notch GPU to play games in 4K or run graphics intensive programs, but to just play games in good ol’ 1080p but with epic performance, then AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT is what you are looking for and here’s everything you need to know about these upcoming GPUs.

AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT

Automatically, this RX 6600 XT is the successor to the 5600 XT we saw with the previous generation and this new RX 6600 XT is a step higher in terms of performance and more – Its based on the Navi 23 architecture making it pretty interesting. This GPU comes equipped with 32 Compute units and Ray Accelerators, 32MB Infinity Cache, 8GB of GDDR6 VRAM and a Game Clock speed of up to 2359 MHz respectively.

Unlike the other GPUs we have seen in the 6000 Series of Radeon, this 6600 focuses on bringing the best 1080p experience and AMD claims to offer good performance on 1080p Max settings as per their charts. Obviously, its not an AMD GPU if it doesn’t have their own bells and whistles – in this case, it supports Smart Access Memory to harness full potential between the CPU and GPU, followed by FidelityFX Super Resolution which gives boosts in frames for games – but in select games by the way and other features like Radeon Boost and Anti-Lag.

Unfortunately, the Radeon RX 6600 XT doesn’t come in a reference design but it will be made available through Board Partners like ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, Sapphire – to name a few.

Pricing wise, these RX 6600 XT starts at $379 which is a little steeper than the $329 offering Team Green makes for their RTX 3060 but for now this is all we can say and hopefully down the line we can find out how capable this GPU is. That said you do not want to miss what’s coming here at The Adventures of Vesper – that’s all we can hint about right now.