PCI Express 4.0
|Model||RX6600 CLD 8G|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6600|
|Core Clock||1626 MHz|
|Game Clock||2044 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2491 MHz|
|Stream Processors||1792 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||14 Gbps|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||500W|
|Max GPU Length||269 mm|
|Slot Width||Dual Slot|
|Date First Available||October 13, 2021|
Pros: - Affordable - Decent Ray Tracing - 1440p capabilities - 1080p brute - Backplate - Good temps - Looks decent - Decent VRAM
Cons: - No RGB (if you're into that) - Still leaves a little to be desired when compared to an RX 6600 XT
Overall Review: The price is great compared to other GPUs - both 6600s and otherwise. This RX 6600 provides decent Ray Tracing capabilities. Coming from not having RT at all on my old RX 570, this card handles med. quality RT quite well. The 1440p capabilities are nice. You can, surprisingly, run plenty of games with nice FPS at this resolution. It's a 1080p brute though, and almost every game can be maxed out at 1080p. A little more VRAM (maybe 12GB) would be nice, but 8GB is more than enough for the vast majority of situations. The level of upgrade from my Strix RX 570 has been significant. Overall, I'm really happy with the RX 6600 in general, and I'm definitely open to purchasing more ASRock products in the future. I happily endorse this product!
Overall Review: I recommend to anyone to buy. It's better than taking from nvidia. I'm from Russia, I think you know what's going on now. I am very glad that I managed to buy and receive a video card before the war.
Pros: It can RAYTRACE!!! and it can get 60+ FPS in 99% of modern games. Pair it with an i5 or Ryzen 5 and it's truly the new budget king. Say goodbye to the Rx580! It is best for 1080p gaming, but it can do 2k-4k if you ask it to... just don't expect the world, its a budget card. It outdoes the 3050 and can meet the 3060 head-to-head. Pair it with a 500-series motherboard and a Ryzen and you get smart access, and will get even better performance.
Cons: -Can't RTX like a Nvidia card. -Can't Tessellate like a Nvidia card.
Overall Review: If you are on a budget, and are upgrading from an rx570/580, and you are rocking Ryzen components already, this is the card for you. In the market of 1080p gaming, this is going to top the charts for you.
Pros: Offers RT in some titles, ran fine on my 3400g, not as inflated as other high end gpus price wise, low power consumption
Cons: Many titles don't support RT and not a pretty card by any means
Overall Review: Does the job as expected
Pros: Very quiet, runs fairly cool. You're going to get 60+ fps at 1080p at ultra / high settings with this card for virtually every AAA game. Compared to the rest of the GPU market right now, the price isn't horrible.
Cons: Ray tracing is basically unusable save for a small handful of games. Inconsistent 1440p gaming. Feels slightly heavy and is pretty large for the amount of power it packs, and it definitely needs some kind of anti sag device.
Overall Review: If you can find a better card at a better price, by all means, help yourself. But good cards at or near MSRP are few and far between these days. Relative to that fact, this card is one of the best values that you're going find.
Pros: 1. Awesome price point 2. Faster that other cards at the same price 3. 8Gb memory (same as the 3070ti in my other pc, for 1/3rd the cost) 4. Rocks all games I've thrown at it at 1080p 5. Quiet fans, not like some of the competitors (looking at you msi) 6. Single power cable, makes routing a breeze
Cons: Asrock added actual knives to the fan blades, which turns moving a cable in your case while the pc is on into a scene from one of the saw movies. Rather than a knuckle rap if you mess up, you get sliced and diced.
Overall Review: I like the simplicity of this card. No needless rgb. Clean shell. Lots of outputs. Definitely recommend.
Pros: 1. Affordable 2. 1080p 1440p gaming 3.newest technology
Cons: Not really meant for 4k gaming
Overall Review: Great price for a gpu that has plenty of power. To keep up with 4k gaming you really have to purchase the highest end gpu, then your not guaranteed that new releases down the road will play at 4k without upgrading. I have a xbox series x for 4k gaming so no upgrading there.
Pros: Upgrading from a RX 580 to a RX 6600 is a huge jump. I'm finally happy and satisfied with my pc after this purchase. Does amazing job at recording and streaming at 1080p 60fps and run games very smoothly.
Cons: I don't really think it's the actual product itself but sometimes my whole PC does crash and restart on its own. I'm at least 90% sure that it's the graphics card driver and not the actual card itself. There's also a chance that my RAM sticks are a little dirty and needs a little more cleaning than usual.
Overall Review: Overall I'm deeply satisfied with this product. Newegg delivered it fast and it was kept very safe. I would recommend getting this card for now since it's almost gives out the same performance as a regular RTX 3060, RTX 2060, and maybe even the RTX 2070. Especially the price for $385. Would 100% recommend.
Pros: What I like about the RX 6600 is that it doesnt blow out hot air like my old GPU and it runs smoothly and it isnt loud. It runs a constant 144 fps on warzone, Fortnite, Apex, and GTA. I dont like to push my GPU to the max but I am pretty sure it can handle it with no problem at all!
Overall Review: I would recommend this product because its as good as a 3060 and its cheaper too