If AMD has recently stood out for its RDNA2 architecture, we admit that our attention lately has been particularly catalyzed by the FidelityFX Super Resolution technology which aims to give new life to older systems and more room for maneuver on the latest solutions.
While we were all distracted by the incredible results of the new AMD algorithm, the red team and its partners continued to work hard on its new GPUs as well.
Today we discover that Gigabyte has submitted its custom versions of the new AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT to the Eurasian EEC commission, a mid-range card based on the Navi 23 XT graphics chip that made its first appearance on notebook systems with the Radeon RX 6600M and into the professional market with the Radeon Pro W6600.
The Gigabyte models under consideration by the EEC are:
- Gaming OC PRO (GV-R66XTGAMINGOC PRO-8GD);
- Gaming PRO (GV-R66XTGAMING PRO-8GD);
- Gaming (GV-R66XTGAMING-8GD);
- Gaming OC (GV-R66XTGAMING OC-8GD);
- Eagle OC (GV-R66XTEAGLE OC-8GD);
- Eagle (GV-R66XTEAGLE-8GD).
The documentation also shows a further confirmation on the memory cut. The decision to equip the AMD Radeon RX 6600XT with 8GB of GDDR6 video memory at 16Gbps on a 128-bit bus with a bandwidth of 256GB / s, therefore, appears definitive.
As the source suggests, we are really close to launching, which should take place by June, according to CEO Lisa Su.