AMD Radeon RX 6700M appears in 3DMark leak as RX 6700 XT

Published: Jun 29th 2021, 20:20 GMT   Comments

AMD Radeon RX 6700M shows up in the 3DMark database

A fresh leak from @_rogame provides a confirmation that AMD’s mid-range RX 6700M mobile graphics card is coming soon. 

AMD Radeon RX 6000M laptops, Source: AMD

At Computex, AMD showcased three mobile graphics cards based on Navi (RDNA2) GPUs: RX 6800M, RX 6700M, and RX 6600M. So far only the flagship model has been available to customers. Actually saying it is available is an overstatement as the laptop is pretty much only available in the US. At this point, we should already also be seeing RX 6600M equipped laptops, but unfortunately, those are nowhere to be seen yet. In fact, this GPU is not even listed in the drivers yet.

Meanwhile, the mid-tier GPU known as RX 6700M was clearly labeled as ‘coming soon’ by AMD, unlike the other two which are officially ‘shipping’ now. Rogame discovered two entries of this GPU in the 3DMark database. Interestingly, the graphics card shows up as a desktop RX 6700 XT model, but make no mistake, this is definitely not the desktop card. The leak features a 10GB Radeon model paired with AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX processor, both undoubtedly confirm this is actually a laptop.

The RX 6700M with 10GB of memory scored 8628 graphics points in Time Spy and 27062 points in Fire Strike (Performance). It appears that both results feature the exact same laptop in which the GPU had an average clock speed of 1945 to 1987 MHz.

AMD Radeon RX 6700M 3DMark Performance,Source: @_rogame

Rogame provided quick comparison charts featuring RX 6800M and RTX 3060/3070 GPUs. The RX 6700M trades places with NVIDIA SKUs depending on the benchmark. In Fire Strike which favors powerful rasterization shows RX 6700M just slightly above the Max-P variant of the RTX 3070. Meanwhile, in Time Spy, the RX 6700M is dethroned by 115W RTX 3060:

AMD Radeon RX 6700M 3DMark Performance,Source: @_rogame

So far there have been no announcements on laptops featuring RX 6700M, but judging from official renders and marketing materials, AMD might partner up with MSI to launch Bravo/Alpha featuring this SKU. This brand just so happens to appear in this leak. While AMD has so far not released any performance charts for the RX 6700M GPU, it did confirm that RX 6700M will offer 100 FPS in 1440p gaming at high settings.

AMD Radeon RX 6700M offers Navi 22 GPU with 2304 Stream Processors. This model is equipped with 10GB GDDR6 memory across a 160-bit memory bus. The graphics card will be offered with TGP up to 135W, which is the territory of its main competitor, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 Laptop GPU.

AMD Radeon RX Mobile Series
VideoCardzGPUCoresMemory SizeClock SpeedBusInfinity Cache
RX 6000M (RDNA2)
RX 6800MNavi 22
12GB G6
2300 MHz
96 MB
RX 6700MNavi 22
10GB G6
2300 MHz
80 MB
RX 6600MNavi 23 XM
8GB G6
2177 MHz
32 MB
RX 5000M (RDNA1)
RX 5700MNavi 10 XLM
8GB G6
1720 MHz
RX 5600MNavi 10 XME
6GB G6
1265 MHz
RX 5500MNavi 14 XTM
4GB G6
1645 MHz
RX 5300MNavi 14
3GB G6
1445 MHz


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