PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6650 XT|
|Game Clock||2410 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2635 MHz|
|Stream Processors||2048 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||17500 MHz|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||2 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||2 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||176W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||500W|
|Max GPU Length||282 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||11.10" x 4.45"|
|Slot Width||2 Slots|
|Date First Available||May 10, 2022|
Pros: It's a great performing card, can run everything at 60+ fps on max settings at 1080p, sometimes even 1440p. Temps are kept in check and the zero dB mode is nice for how loud it can get.
Cons: It's kinda loud but hey, msrp for a triple fan design? I'll take it. The 3060ti is better value for the same msrp but you can't really find it for that price.
Overall Review: Overall it's a decent card for 400$ in 2022. If you really need a new gpu and you've been waiting for a while, this is a legit option. If you are upgrading from Pascal era? Wait for next gen, not worth it. The card is a little loud but hey, it's msrp for a triple fan design so I'll take it anyway. If you have pcie 3.0 only it does not make a noticeable difference, I am getting the same, sometimes even more fps than other online reviews out there running pcie 4.0. Just don't play anything too memory intensive and you will be good. It's not much of an upgrade over the 6600xt so if you didn't want to buy that one, you probably don't want this one either. It's like a 5-6% performance improvement.
Pros: - Picked this up for $265 new after a coupon. - Cheaper than the RTX 3050, while almost on par with the RTX 3060 TI. - Plays every single triple A game at 60+ fps on 1080p ultra. - Only requires an 8-pin connector, draws 150W max. - Quiet (but not silent) at full load with the 3 fan design. - Two HDMI ports. I hate now Nvidia only puts one HDMI port on their midrange cards.
Cons: - Original MSRP was $400 which is the same MSRP as the 3060 Ti but performs about 5% worse. - Had to wait for GPU prices to crash and for a coupon for this to be a bargain GPU.
Overall Review: This is the ultimate 1080p GPU to buy. It was an upgrade over my old GTX 1070, and what a huge upgrade. Overall about 66% faster in benchmarks and FPS, draws way less power, slimmer and smaller, and it was way cheaper too (bought my 1070 for $450). I only play at 1080p 60 fps so this is GPU is perfect for my needs.
Pros: The card arrived with only a slight shipping delay. It was nicely packaged and came with everything I needed for a quick and easy install. I got it all set up and decided to benchmark it using Passmark. I was astounded at the Passmark 3D graphics mark of 21395. Take that everyone who blew a lot more cash on an RTX3060 or a Radeon 6800.
Cons: Well it didn't outscore an RTX4900
Overall Review: This is the sweet spot for gamers or business graphics users on a budget. I highly recommend this card especially as prices are dropping.
Pros: Runs Path of Exile 2560x1080 at 144 fps. Solid upgrade from rx 580 8gb.
Cons: Not what I would call quiet. The fan rattles at low speeds. If you crank the fans up 50% or higher the rattle goes away but you can then hear the fans (silverstone ML08 case). I had to settle with a 0rpm setup for lower temps which is less than ideal for itx case.
Overall Review: Maybe don't buy this from NewEgg. Their idea of packaging is using less than a foot of bubble wrap and the card box was damaged from banging around. Maybe that's why the fan rattles who knows.
Overall Review: Meets all my gaming needs. Undervolting the gpu and fiddling with the fan curves helps this card a lot -- especially the random dropped frames.
Pros: Fast Stable Affordable Power efficient
Overall Review: This is a pretty fast card for 1080p gaming (haven't tested on 1440p monitor). I mostly play warzone and PUBG, and it stays at 144fps without breaking a sweat, and that's paired with a R5 5600. I would recommend this GPU to anyone looking for a smooth affordable gaming experience. Just FYI, I'm coming from an RX 580 8gb and this thing blows it out of the water!
Pros: Bought it at a great price. Seems it was getting some poor reviews at the time because it wasn't a RTX 3060 TI or a RX 6800 XT. This card runs some intense graphics with ease. Eve Online, all the Blizzard stuff, my CIV SIMS games, and anything my grand kids download, ROBLOX, Minecraft, etc. Super quiet, runs cool (good air flow). Fits my case with ease (Cougar MX 330 G). Would have tried for a RTX Nvidia 3080 if the price were about the same. I've always like Nvidia, but this card and a few other AMD cards I've bought in the last year seem to be the clear winners in the 'Bang for Buck' dept.
Cons: Nothing new to complain about, but like everyone else, I wish the GPU cost were lower.
Overall Review: I Would recommend at $350.00 or less delivered.
Overall Review: Bought this to bring new life into an i5 4690 build, replacing an R9 290, and can say this card punches well above its weight. It's been maintaining 3440x1440/60 on high settings without any hiccups, as best as I can tell. Would absolutely buy again.
Overall Review: I would highly recommend this Card. Really good for a semi budget build. Plenty of power.