PowerColor launches its first Radeon RX 6700 non-XT graphics card

Published: Jun 17th 2022, 15:32 GMT   Comments

Radeon RX 6700 from PowerColor

The company has just released its first Navi 22 model without the XT branding, the Radeon RX 6700.

PowerColor has joined the list of AMD board partners now offering Radeon RX 6700 graphics card. Initially this SKU was supposedly called Radeon 6700 (without RX and XT monikers). However, after AMD published the official specs of this SKU as part of the RX series, Sapphire had no choice but to update its already launched models to carry the same SKU name.

PowerColor RX 6700 Fighter, Source: PowerColor

AMD RX 6700 graphics card features a cut-down Navi 22 GPU with 2304 Stream Processors. This SKU is equipped with an unusual 10 GB of GDDR6 memory configuration attached to a 160-bit bus.

PowerColor model is factory-overclocked to the exact same specs as Sapphire RX 6700 series, except the company does not confirm the TGP specs of their model. The Fighter ships with 2330 MHz game clock and 2495 MHz boost clock, representing 7.1% and 1.8% increase over AMD reference specs.

It is worth reminding that this is not the first time we get to see exactly this model from PowerColor. More than a year ago, a picture emerged of PowerColor RX 6700 Fighter graphics card, except that model was listed with 6 GB memory (as shown below).

PowerColor RX 6700 Fighter with 6GB memory, Source: PowerColor

Source: PowerColor via @momomo_us

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