Get up to 2 games w/ select AMD RX 6000 Series purchase, limited offer
PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6500 XT|
|Game Clock||2685 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2825 MHz|
|Stream Processors||1024 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||18 Gbps|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI|
|DisplayPort||1 x DisplayPort|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Operating Systems Supported||Linux, Windows 7*, Windows 10, and Windows 11 64-bit operating system required|
* Does not support all features including but not limited to Hardware Raytracing.
|Thermal Design Power||130W|
|System Requirements||Minimum 400 Watt Power Supply.|
1 x 6-pin Power Connector.
PCI Express based PC is required with one X16 lane graphics slot available on the motherboard.
Minimum 8GB of system memory. 16GB recommended.
|Recommended PSU Wattage||400W|
|Max GPU Length||194 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||7.64" x 4.21"|
|Slot Width||Dual Slot|
|Date First Available||January 19, 2022|
Pros: This card is relatively easy to get at MSRP compared to the others released. Even at PCIE 3.0 this card can still play most older titles at Ultra settings at 1080p or newer titles at Medium-High settings sometimes also ultra.
Cons: The facts that you need PCIE 4.0 to get its full performance is a bummer. A little bit of fan whine but its so minuscule it shouldnt bother anyone while gaming. Does not have an encoder, so video recording will need to be done on the CPU.
Overall Review: This card was a perfect replacement to my 2400Gs Vega graphics, I made sure to pair this card with a 5600X to get the most of out it which makes gaming a breeze. Still though, not having an encoder for recording is a bummer since x264 doesnt work to well on more intense games, I am overall happy with this card for a 200 dollar MSRP, this was a good buy for me personally, might upgrade to a B550 Board soon to get the full experience.
Overall Review: Fortunately I had an RX-550 w/Adrenalin software already installed. So I just upgraded to level 22.1.2, removed the RX-550 & plugged the new card in. It fired right up, no hesitation, problems or glitches. Very nice card & graphics are noticeably faster. Great value & highly recommend this card.
Pros: i got mine for msrp. had fast shipping and works great! i mainly use it for starwars battlefront 2 and minecraft. get 100+ fps in both games..... [120 medium settings bf2] and [250 to 400 in minecraft]........so many youtubers hate this card for the PCIE only being 4.0x4 but as long as you stay in the 4GB of vram its fine........overall great card!
Cons: -i wish it had PCIE 4.0x8 but 4.0x4 is ok-ish . -i cant think of any more.
Overall Review: if you can get this card for close to msrp then do it! but $300 is a bit high.... sill an ok price for the market.
Pros: I just bought the RX 6500 XT card. Before I had a GTX 1060 3GB for 5 years. I am a fan of Call of Duty games for at least 10 years. I can tell you that I get better FPS now in CALL of Duty Vanguard, COLD War, and Modern Warfare than with the GTX 1060 and moreover with medium to high quality rather than low with GTX1060. I don't understand all the negative reviews. Moreover I get a much better visual quality than with my GTX 1060 card. I would have liked to buy a GTX 3060 or XT 6600 if there was one for 400$ but it doesn't exist now. For now I can play all my 10 games in multiplayer really well.
Overall Review: Yes I will recommend this product if you need a graphic for new computer and don't want to spend 800$ or more.
Pros: Not as bad as people say. Out preforms my RX 590
Overall Review: Would recommend at release price.
Pros: Small size runs pretty cool. Fine for 1080p gaming on low/med settings. It was cheap and fit my needs in a SFF build.
Cons: Its really a laptop gpu stuck on a big card. Dont expect high settings or anything to demanding.
Overall Review: Would recommend as long as you accept this isnt really a mainstream gpu. It will game Fortnite at low/med settings. Good for a starter pc or a daily web browser, homework, social media pc.
Pros: This video card is suitable for undemanding games
Cons: They work very poorly on a pcie 3.0 system
Overall Review: If you bought this video card at the recommended price, this is a good choice.Suitable for 1080p games at medium-high settings, especially if your system supports pcie 4.0, if pcie 3.0, there will be a significant loss in performance.
Overall Review: It's been a great upgrade because i only have before this My ryzen3 with integrated graphics and the vídeo is better now Thanks
Pros: Got it at MSRP to upgrade an older PC, gets 70+ fps on 1080p medium in Halo Infinite. Also has Trixx Boost.
Cons: Not at this price.
Overall Review: Useful budget card even with its limitations. Makes sense when available near MSRP.
Pros: plays fortnight fantastic on a PCIE 3.0 system with 5600g cpu at 1440p with 16 gig ddr4 3200mhz ram
Cons: you are getting exactly what you are paying for and already seeing them scalped at much higher prices THIS CARD IS NOT WORTH MORE THAN $199
Overall Review: install easy low power requirements I am using a 400w PSU from EVGA so a quality 400w and my system is a Ryzen 5 5600G with 16gig ddr 4 3200mhz ram and well you can se the benchmark pic i posted this is not a card you buy for a upgrade even a 1060 or 1650 the up lift in performance is not worth the cost unless your using a old 1030 2 gig card or using a IGPU that on the cpu then this is worth the upgrade .....and runs fine with a small 400w PSU so no PSU upgrade required .