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Moore’s Law Is Dead has returned with a new video that includes purported specifications and other insight pertaining to the AMD Radeon RX 6700 Series (Navi 22). His sources suggest that these graphics cards won’t be as powerful as some people might be expecting, with performance that’s more in line with the previous generation’s Radeon RX 5000 Series (Navi 10). Moore’s believes that these GPUs will be weaker than NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3060 Ti.

The Radeon RX 6700 XT will reportedly feature 40 Compute Units, 12 GB of memory on a 192-bit bus, boost clocks of 2.35 to 2.5 GHz, a GPU power of around 200 watts, and less Infinity Cache than the flagship RDNA 2 models. Moore’s claims that it’ll be faster than the Radeon RX 5700 XT (obviously) but will be unable to beat the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti in the rasterization department. It could, however, cost less than $350.

The Radeon RX 6700, on the other hand, is said to perform very similarly to the Radeon RX 5700 XT. This standard model will supposedly feature a 150 to 180 watt TDP and various potential memory configurations (e.g., 10 GB of memory on a 160-bit bus). Moore’s predicts that the Radeon RX 6700 could be priced at under $300 to trade blows with NVIDIA’s highly probable GeForce RTX 3060.

There’s an insinuation that AMD has been caught off guard by NVIDIA’s rapid shuffling of Ampere, which has resulted in surprises such as the immediate release of a Ti model. The discrepancy in performance may be intentional, however, as Moore’s suggests that red team has purposely abandoned the upper-midrange segment to target budget-oriented gamers (e.g., those who are merely interested in meeting the performance of next-gen consoles) with its Radeon RX 6700 Series.

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  1. Seems smart to me (2080 levels at a mainstream price point). Not sure about the lack of a upper midrange (if this is true), and it seems like quite the gulf between 6700 XT and 6800 XT.

  2. I want a decent midrange card for my AMD machine to replace my aging RX570 4GB, cheaper would be better but given current prices I doubt it will be “cheap”

  3. Maybe….

    AMD does need budget options. And budget options are definitely going to slate in under a 3060 Ti (I would hardly call a $400 GPU “Budget”)

    But for the only step to be between this 6700XT rumor and the current 6800: It would leave a sizable gap between a $579 GPU and … something that would have to come in under $399. And it would put two nVidia products in between the 6800 and 6700XT.

  4. [QUOTE=”Auer, post: 24921, member: 225″]
    At what point will CPU’s have enough GPU onboard to make the $200 dedicated GPU’s obsolete?
    Depends on when $200 becomes the new $100.

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