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A 3DMark Time Spy benchmark that teases the performance of AMD’s next Radeon card, the Radeon RX 6600 (non-XT), has leaked online. The card managed a score of 8,155, which suggests that it will be a bit slower than competitors such as NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3060. An AMD Ryzen 9 5950X processor was used for the test.

A comparison compiled by Wccftech:

AMD is expected to launch its Radeon RX 6600 graphics card on October 13. The SKU is said to feature 1,792 Stream Processors (256 less than the XT model) and a game clock and boost clock of 2,044 MHz and 2,491, respectively. Its TBP is also reportedly 132 watts, which is 28 watts less than the XT model.

Source: HXL (via Wccftech)

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  1. Today everything hinges on availability and street price, unfortunately.

    It may not be the best performer, but today it doesn’t have to be – it just needs to be available for something less than 3x scalper markup. AMD hasn’t been able to do that at all this generation, so I’m not holding my breath. But being a lower tier card maybe they can finally get something out there that can get in the hands of mortal/casual gamers.

  2. Thanks for disclosing tje uselessness of the numbers in the preview! Handy way to dismiss a source.


    Heck my 3 year old nephew with a box of Crayola could make something as trustworthy on the performance of an unreleased anything.

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