From the looks of it, GPU-Z has leaked the specifications for AMD’s upcoming GPUs, the Radeon RX 6600XT and RX 6600. While the red team has not officially announced these GPUs yet, we can take a look at some of their specs thanks to this latest leak.
As we can see, both of these graphics cards will feature the Navi 23 GPU. The RX 6600XT will have 32 ROPS and 128 TMUs, whereas the RX 6600 will have 32 ROPS and 112 TMUs. The RX 6600XT will have 2048 unified shaders and the RX 6600 will have 1792 unified shaders.
Both of them will come with 8GB of VRAM (my guess is that it will be GDDR6 memory). Additionally, both of them will be based on the 7nm process.
AMD will most likely reveal these GPUs at Computex, so stay tuned for more.
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