SAPPHIRE makes Radeon 6700 official, first RDNA2 graphics card without ‘RX’

Published: 2nd Jun 2022, 16:34 GMT   Comments

Radeon RX 6700M specs for desktops

Following the leak from this morning, Sapphire has now confirmed and unveiled their newest Radeon 6000 card, the 6700 without the RX. 

Radeon 6700 non-XT series, Source: Sapphire

With 36 Compute Units and 2304 Stream Processors, this new SKU features identical specs to the mobile RX 6700M. Both cards also have the same, unusual memory configuration of 10 GB across a 160-bit interface and clocked at 16 Gbps. What’s different is the TGP of 220W compared to 135W on mobile variant.

In total Sapphire launched two cards: PULSE and card without a name. They both seem to be clocked at the same frequency of 2230/2495 MHz (game/boost), so one can assume this is AMD reference clock speed.

Radeon 6700 specifications, Source: Sapphire

This is the first desktop RDNA2 card to lack the RX moniker, a bit of an unusual decision to be honest, but it may suggest it will not be marketed like the other cards in the series. They are both powered through a single 8-pin power connector and Sapphire has now confirmed they have TBP of 220W.

Sapphire Radeon 6700 PULSE, Source: Sapphire

Sapphire Radeon 6700, Source: Sapphire

There is no MSRP for this card (at least for now). Sapphire did not even share the packaging design for each card, therefore it might be an OEM only model.

One also cannot ignore the fact that one of these cards looks identical to the cryptomining model called BC-2235 GPRO X080. So is this a confirmation that Sapphire has finally shifted its interest from crypto to gaming? Well it was about time.

AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series
VideoCardz.comGPUStream ProcessorsMemoryMemory SpeedTBPMSRP
RX 6950 XT7nm Navi 21 KXTX
 
5120
 
16GB G6 256b
 
18 Gbps
 
335W
 
1099 USD
RX 6900 XT LC7nm Navi 21 XTXH
 
5120
 
16GB G6 256b
 
18 Gbps
 
330W
OEM
RX 6900 XT7nm Navi 21 XTX
 
5120
 
16GB G6 256b
 
16 Gbps
 
300W
 
999 USD
RX 6800 XT7nm Navi 21 XT
 
4608
 
16GB G6 256b
 
16 Gbps
 
300W
 
649 USD
RX 68007nm Navi 21 XL
 
3840
 
16GB G6 256b
 
16 Gbps
 
250W
 
579 USD
RX 6750 XT7nm Navi 22 XT
 
2560
 
12GB G6 192b
 
18 Gbps
 
250W
 
549 USD
RX 6700 XT7nm Navi 22 XT
 
2560
 
12GB G6 192b
 
16 Gbps
 
230W
 
479 USD
6700 7nm Navi 22 XL
 
2304
 
10GB G6 160b
 
16 Gbps
 
220W
TBC
RX 6650 XT7nm Navi 23 XT
 
2048
 
8GB G6 128b
 
17.5 Gbps
 
180W
 
399 USD
RX 6600 XT7nm Navi 23 XT
 
2048
 
8GB G6 128b
 
16 Gbps
 
160W
 
379 USD
RX 66007nm Navi 23 XL
 
1792
 
8GB G6 128b
 
14 Gbps
 
132W
 
329 USD
RX 6500 XT6nm Navi 24 XT
 
1024
 
4GB G6 64b
 
18 Gbps
 
107W
 
199 USD
RX 64006nm Navi 24 XL
 
768
 
4GB G6 64b
 
16 Gbps
 
53W
 
159 USD

Source: Sapphire




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