Leak confirms custom Radeon RX 6400 graphics card are indeed coming

Published: 23rd Mar 2022, 11:35 GMT   Comments

Gigabyte Radeon RX 6400 EAGLE

According to the Gigabyte’s filing to South Korean “National Radio Research Agency” (RRA), the company is planning a custom low-power RDNA2 GPUs for desktops.  

On April 20th AMD is set to launch multiple Ryzen 5000/4000 processors and new Radeon RX 6000 GPUs. The launch date of the updated Radeon graphics cards has not yet been confirmed, however it is clear that AMD is preparing a large Spring 2022 product refresh.

One of the rumors mentioned alongside Radeon RX 6X50XT series, the company will also be relaunching its slowest RDNA2 GPU for the DIY market. The Radeon RX 6400 currently only available for OEMs is a Navi 24 based GPU with 768 Stream Processors. This is also the only reference low-profile model in the whole lineup and the only card that does not require external power connectors (TDP of 53W).

At this moment, it is unclear if the DIY model will feature the exact same specs as the OEM version, but the leak from the RRA at least confirms that there is a custom Gigabyte Eagle series model in the works.

Gigabyte RX 6400 EAGLE, Source: RRA

If previous reports are to be believed, AMD is now set to launch at least three new Radeon RX 6000 SKUs: 6950XT, 6750XT and 6650XT. The RX 6400 would now simply become available for DIY customers.

Gigabyte might reuse its RX 6500XT EAGLE design for RX 6400

The RX 6400 is no gaming GPU, but it might be an interesting alternative for servers without discrete graphics. Due to its limitations with video encoding capabilities, it may not be just as good solution for home theater PCs, though.

AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series
VideoCardzRX 6600 XTRX 6600RX 6500 XTRX 6400
Picture
Architecture7nm RDNA27nm RDNA26nm RDNA26nm RDNA2
GPUNavi 23 XTNavi 23 XLNavi 24 XTNavi 24 XL
Cores
 
2048
 
1792
 
1024
 
768
Infinity Cache
 
32 MB
 
32 MB
 
16 MB
 
16 MB
Ray Accelerators
 
32
 
28
 
16
 
12
Game Clock
 
2359 MHz
 
2044 MHz
 
2610 MHz
 
2039 MHz
Boost Clock
 
2589 MHz
 
2491 MHz
 
2815 MHz
 
2321 MHz
Memory Clock
 
16 Gbps
 
14 Gbps
 
18 Gbps
 
14 Gbps
Memory
 
8 GB GDDR6
 
8 GB GDDR6
 
4 GB GDDR6
 
4 GB GDDR6
Memory Bus
 
128-bit
 
128-bit
 
64-bit
 
64-bit
Bandwidth
 
256 GB/s
 
224 GB/s
 
128 GB/s
 
112 GB/s
TBP
 
160W
 
132W
 
107W
 
53W
MSRP
 
379 USD
 
329 USD
 
199 USD
TBC
Launch DateAugust 2021October 2021January 2022January 2022 (OEM)
April 2022 (DIY)

Source: RRA




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