We’ve been anticipating to hear an announcement from AMD on its future price range RX 6600 and RX 6600 XT graphics playing cards for some time now, after a number of EEC listings and one even being spotted in the wild. It’s trying extra possible that the purple workforce will unveil these RTX 3060- and 3060 Ti-rivalling playing cards very quickly, after Powercolor listed each the GPUs on its web site.

This was clearly a mistake, as Powercolor rapidly eliminated the listings from its web site – however not earlier than Videocardz grabbed a number of screenshots of the error. It doesn’t give any new info away, so the sooner rumoured specs are nonetheless one of the best indication on what to count on.

Whispers recommend that the non-XT and XT variants will pack 1,792 and a couple of,048 stream processors respectively, whereas each will use 8GB of GDDR6 VRAM. That’s lower than the 12GB of GDDR6 discovered within the RX 6700 XT, however you’ll discover the identical quantity in Nvidia’s RTX 3060 Ti, which continues to be plenty for 1440p gaming.

We count on pricing to be fairly comparable to the RTX 3060 and 3060 Ti’s MSRPs of $329 and $399, though with present inventory points, it’s laborious to say whether or not you’ll truly have the opportunity to decide one up wherever close to that value. There are early indicators of GPU prices slowly returning to normal, however that’s solely the case in Germany for the second.

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