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Old 20-02-21, 02:05 PM
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AMD's RX 6700 XT will reportedly launch with two variants - 20%+ performance gain

AMD's next set of Navi GPUs are going to be impressive!



Read more about AMD's RX 6700 XT graphics card and its rumoured power specifications.

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I watched his video. It was good.

I'd be interested in the cheaper variant, because the 6700 with only 6GB is a bit sad, and I don't know when the 660XT is gonna come out. I'm looking to build a compact ITX system with low TDP parts, so the lower power variant interests me. But Coreteks does say that ASIC B is going to be more of a 'media' piece to impress reviewers. ASIC A is the one you'll actually see (theoretically if no mining/supply issues) on the shelves, purchasable, and produced on a large scale, which would be sad as I think RDNA2's biggest draw is its efficiency. They're behind Nvidia in almost everything except efficiency. I want to take advantage of that and get an efficient card and undervolt it to death.
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