Get Starfield Standard Edition w/ select AMD Radeon graphic cards, limited offer
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|
|Thermal Design Power||132W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||500W|
|Max GPU Length||269 mm|
|Slot Width||2 Slots|
|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!
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: 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: 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: - 1080p Ultra +60 fps in most games - Only one 8-pin power hook up
Cons: - HDMI seems to default to 4K
Overall Review: Use Display Port if at all possible. HDMI as mentioned, seems to default to 4K. This is not just true with the RX 6600. An MSI RX 6400 had the same problem. Hook up a 4K monitor/TV if using a regular HDMI cable. Otherwise, you get a "Input not supported" error. A solution that worked with both RX 6600 and RX 6400 was to use a directional cable with HDMI (display side) on one end and Display Port (GPU side) on the other end. It must be directional cable. Adapters (HDMI to Display Port and vice versa) do not work.
Overall Review: With the exception of Ray tracing performance, this actually outperforms the RTX 3060 (MSI Ventus) I had in every other area in multiple games. Benchmark with passmark gave the same score. With Ray tracing off on both card and all other graphics settings identical (ultra on everything), this Asrock card actually produces higher frame rates than the 3060. That card was almost 50% higher cost! Since the 3060 isn't quite enough for Ray tracing in most games anyway, there is absolutely no point in buying the 3060 as I see it. If you have the money, sure buy an $800 RTX, but if your on a budget at all, save your money and buy this Asrock AMD card instead!
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: Upgraded from a RX570 to the RX6600. Beyond the obvious benefits of upgrading to a current gen graphics card from an older card, the price can't be beat. Easy to install and since I was already using AMD graphics I already had their software installed. The immediate jump in performance was huge. All of my games improved their framerates. Well worth the cost!
Overall Review: If you are like me and can't afford the best of the best but try to get the most bang for your buck, this card is a winner.