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PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6600|
|Game Clock||2044 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2491 MHz|
|Stream Processors||1792 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||14000 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||132W|
|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||October 13, 2021|
Pros: It does what you would expect from a graphic card. So far i haven't got any problem, just some get used to. If you are coming from Nvidia loke me and like shadowplay just know that they have Relive
Cons: To be honest the price. But nowadays this was the best option close to the 400$ dollar mark. Just keep an eye open cause it changes from 430$ to 500+$ here in newegg.
Overall Review: As long as yoy are coming from a gtx 1060 or similar, or rx 580 or lower is a great upgrade. Most gamers at high settings 100+ fps
Pros: Only uses 1PCIE cable, low power requirements compared to peer cards.
Cons: Larger size but it fits inside most cases (NZXT H510)
Overall Review: Great card so far!
Pros: Nice design good performance
Cons: "AORUS ENGINE" software that controls fan speed and card performance is not good; So I use "msi afterburner" instead
Overall Review: Good if you use a software alternative to "AORUS ENGINE"
Pros: Simple all Plastic GPU with some serious cooling. The Heatsink and Fans on this thing are great, a little bit on the noisy side (not too much really) but nonetheless effective. Playing games like PSO2:NGS and Resident Evil: Village on MAX settings, on a room with A/C at 20c. Fans never spin-up, they stay at 0 rpm with temps not going over 58c-59c for the whole 2 hours session in each game. 3D Mark Benchmark temps never go over 61c, Doing a stress test (20 runs loop) temps again raise to 61c and stays there for the whole 20 loop. To put it into perspective, My Sapphire Pulse 6600 reach 75-79c on the same conditions. Pretty impressive... Of course on a NON-A/C Room you will get Higher Temps but I don't think they will be high anyway. Also... 2 HDMI PORTS!
Cons: -Plastic all around construction (Yes even the Backplate is plastic on this one). -This is not your flashy RGB all over Graphics Card. (For me is a Pro). -You can hear the fans working, nothing annoying but you know they are on. I prefer this over a hot running chip.
Overall Review: Good Performing GPU with phenomenal cooling and no flashy lights for a minimalistic build. Highly recommended.
Pros: Price, FSR, cooling system, power consumption
Cons: Ray tracing is less mature then Nvidia.
Overall Review: As of April 2022, I would say this is the best option for 1080p gaming. I tested 3 games, Forza horizon 4, Horizon Zero Dawn, and Valorant. First off, I tested Forza horizon 4 which got a 177fps average at 1080p ultra settings. In Horzion Zero dawn, I got 78fps average at 1080p ultra settings. Finally, in Valorant, I got a whopping 430fps average at 1080p maximum settings. Overall the performance is great and based on other peoples benchmarks, this card will do 1080p 60fps high-ultra settings in every game easy. Plus with FSR you can get better fps and it looks pretty good especially on my native 1080p monitor. Plus during all the benchmarks the card never went above 66 degrees Celsius which is nice considering my last card was much worse. Power consumption was also great, I can power my entire system ( i5 12400, Rx 6600, 16gb ram) with a 500w (which is recommended) without any issues. This is great considering the 3060 recommends at least a 600w power supply and the 3050 recommends a 550w power supply. Finally, this card came in at only $369 compared to the 3060s $500 or more. Just make sure to spend a maximum of $400 on this thing.
Pros: - Fantastic for 1080p gaming - Low power draw
Overall Review: - Its a great card for 1080p gaming, if you can get a hold of one for a reasonable price.
Pros: I wanted to wait a month or so before writing my review, I'm glad I did I'm very happy with this choice! I upgraded from an XFX RX 580 GTR Black, and while it was a solid GPU for what I wanted to accomplish, the RX 6600 is a huge improvement from what I was used to. The moment I knew I could write a review finally was when I launched Rise of The Tomb Raider, I benchmark on High at 59fps and on Very High 58fps. I'm a novice when it comes to PC stuff, but the 580 was benchmarking less than half of that at low settings! Good card, pricing continues to improve, I purchased at $369.
Cons: My only con is spending $369 on a GPU, I bought my XFX RX 580 GTR in April of 2020 right when COVID blew up for 100 bucks, so maybe I got spoiled in that regard. But as I write this review it's up for $339!
Overall Review: -Definitely Recommend if coming from an RX 580 or a 1080 and want to accomplish 60fps across the board, good quality at what is currently the entry range for upgrading 3-5 year old cards -I'm absolutely in love blasting through CS Source, Max Payne 2, Ricochet, and Day of Defeat at a bajillion FPS -Hate justifying these prices, but the market is what it is, and will improve in time I'm certain That being said, I have no remorse for what I paid, product is solid 5 weeks in
Pros: 1080p brute 1440p capabilities 8gb of vram Rt capabilities Backplate Stays cool
Cons: Has screen tears in some games
Overall Review: It is a pretty good gpu imo. I can max out settings on almost any game for 1080p. It's a good buy if you need a gpu now, but I would hold off for now. The problem is the price I got mine for 420
Overall Review: Overall i can say that the image absolutely looks better than the actual gpu, but for the price target and being an entry price its absolutely understandable. still looks better and feels better than a saphire
Pros: I was getting by with an RX480 that was showing it's age(still a great card) and was waiting on the sidelines like a vulture for a deal and this showed up at an excellent price.
Overall Review: All I need is an Aorus NVME to match my Aorus X399 Motherboard and the Aorus Creators will be happy. Go GIGABYTE. GO NEW EGG...
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