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PCI Express 4.0
|Series||SPEEDSTER SWFT 210|
|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|
|Virtual Reality Ready||Yes|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||650W|
|Features||AMD RDNA 2 Architecture|
DirectX 12 Ultimate
PCI Express 4.0 Support
AMD FreeSync Technology
DisplayPort 1.4 with DSC
HDMI 2.1 VRR
Video Streaming up to 8K
Radeon VR Ready Premium
Radeon Image Sharpening
Game Driver Optimizations
|Max GPU Length||241 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||9.49" x 5.16"|
|Slot Width||Dual Slot|
|Date First Available||October 13, 2021|
Overall Review: This is similar to the rtx 3060 which is way overpriced. I recommend buy this if you can get a good price
Pros: Get's the job done in 1440p Nice low profile Increased performance when paired with an AMD processor.
Cons: Street Pricing Bitcoin miners Paper sales
Overall Review: I'll admit, i would have liked a 6800XT originally, but I'm not blowing a third of my PC budget on just the card. so I snagged a 6600 at about 500 bucks, which would make anyone heave. It is what it is, and now I'm here. The 6600 isn't that bad of a card. Sure it has a bit less then a 6600XT, but the majority of games I play do not require a 3080 or 6800XT to play them optimally. I'm also running on a 1440p monitor which says a lot about the cards abilities. Siege runs at a solid 190FPS, Final Fantasy XIV hovers at 110 during Peak visuals, and Cyberpunk hits about 100 frames on High with medium shadows.. I'm not running Crysis on max settings, nor would I want to, so as long as I can get around 100-144 on the games I play, I'm good to use this until graphics cards actually normalize in 2077 when the internet collapses. -1 egg, price too high.
Pros: 140 plus fps on 1040 design and installation easy Radeon software is easy to use and understand
Cons: We should be paying retail for GPUs is is my only beef
Overall Review: Picked this up as 30 series cards are exorbitantly marked up. But AMD makes very good parts and this is a solid solid grab at the 540 mark. I average 144 fps on most games in high settings. Compared to my 560 its a foot hill vs a mountain. Very pleased
Pros: - Achieves high frame-rates at 1080p (70 - 120 FPS average with maxed settings). - Card remains relatively cool under heavy load in the 50's.
Cons: - None. I have not encountered any bugs with the card or AMD drivers.
Overall Review: Overall, it's a good performing card at 1080p. When the RX 5000 series cards launched, there were a lot of driver issues in a number of games. This does not seem to be the case with these RX 6000 series cards.
Pros: - 150 FPS Call of Duty Cold War/Warzone @1080p Ultra settings - 60 FPS with a low of 45 in the same title with Medium ray tracing enabled - Better overclocking headroom and settings compared to my old RX 580
Cons: - Does not overclock as well as a 6600 XT
Overall Review: I got the performance I was expecting and more out of this card at 1080p, and it can even run a lot of games at 1440p as well but still a solid 80+ fps. Actually performs ray tracing better than the online benchmarks would suggest, with some older ray tracing titles pushing 65 FPS
Pros: -Runs almost every game smoothly at 1080p and will probably be sufficient for 1080p gaming for many more years -Low power requirements and low noise -Good build quality for a budget card -Excellent customer service! I had a defective unit and the manufacturer quickly replaced it for free even after Newegg refused to help
Cons: -Probably not great for 4K, not that I care personally
Overall Review: -Easy recommendation to anyone who isn't trying to build a NASA supercomputer
Pros: I got to say that this card card is awesome. I'm getting 170fps on vanguard on high settings. I'm upgrading from a 1050 ti. Mine is paired with ryzen 5 3600x . This card runs high in temp when gaming im at 80 Celsius, kinda freaked me out at first but i think its normal with this card. also games at 2k and 4k!!
Overall Review: I think if you want a good upgrade this is the card it might not be a 3090 but this card is bad@#$ plus i can't see paying 3k for a graphics card
Pros: I upgraded from an RX 470. On Star Wars Battlefront 2 (the best direct comparison I can offer), I went from a respectable 70 fps to an incredible180 fps on highest settings. The thermals seem adequate as well; the card peaks at about 80-85C under a full, sustained load. I also like that the card isn't overly bulky, and it doesn't intrude on the 3rd PCI slot at all. Installation was very easy, and the AMD software has lots of great support tools.
Cons: None for me
Overall Review: I would definitely recommend this card to anyone looking to upgrade more than a few generations. While it is not the highest tier out there, I was still able to double the performance over my previous card. I'm very happy to see quality cards out there in my price range ($300) again.
Pros: Good on power no need to touch my power supply. Offers great proformance for good cost.
Overall Review: Great pick over the overpriced 3060 and that line for the stats your getting.