News hardware New AMD Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards coming soon at an ultra-competitive price
Initially expected for the end of April, the new AMD Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards could not reach the shops until around May 10th. A minor setback that should not affect the enormous wait around these promising and affordable cards. What to scare Nvidia?
Graphics Cards: After the Shortage Comes the Good Again?
If 2020 and 2021 have been synonymous with ruptures and frustrations in the tight graphics card market, 2022 could give us a little balm to our hearts.
On the Nvidia side, there has been an increase in availability and a significant drop in price, while the 3090 Ti only hit the market a few days ago. For the lovers, she comes from somewhere else
still available in the Founder’s Edition version for €2249 at LDLC
† The sequel is the long-awaited announcement of the RTX 4000 that should arrive in a few months.
The other novelty to follow this year is Intel’s entry into the graphics card market with its ARC series, which aims to tackle the gaming market right away.† Although Intel will initially test itself in the laptop PC market, to offer a complete Core ix CPU + ARC GPU ecosystem, like AMD for example, the arrival of graphics cards for desktop computers is still planned for the third or fourth trimester. And by the way, it’s a minor revolution that might change the look of the game.
The Radeon RX 6X50 XT refresh available on May 10?
On the AMD side, everything is fine too. Even if it still suffers from Nvidia comparison with the general public, its sales are doing great and the just-in-time market guarantees a sales rate equal to its great rival.
According to the famous leaker Greymon55, since confirmed by
our colleagues from Videocardz
so by July no less than 4 new cards from AMD are expected (5 if we count the already available RX 6500 XT) starting with the “refresh” versions of the famous Radeon RX 6000 XT, namely the 6650 XT, 6750 XT and finally 6950 XT.
The main difference from the current models is the presence of a higher GDRR6 memory on the order of 18 Gbit/s instead of 16 Gbit/s, which brings a small increase in bandwidth and TBP. An increase in the frequency of GPUs also cannot be ruled out, although this has yet to be confirmed.
Initially scheduled, but not officially, for April 20, these 3 new cards should now be expected before May 10 at the same prices as the 6600 XT, 6700 XT and 6900 XT, namely $379, 479 and $999. Note that the design of the cards should be that of the Radeon RX 6800 XT Midnight Black Edition. Better versions for the same price? We say yes of course!
Parallel to these three top models, we also expect a Radeon RX 6400, primarily intended for laptops and other so-called OEM solutions, and we can always count on the much-maligned RX 6500 XT, which even if it wants to be super affordable at 199 $ , the recommended price, never applied, has not convinced the various testers.
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