Recently AMD announced a lot of information on the RX 6000 series graphics card including RX 6700 XT. The information on the AIBs, new drivers, the SKU names was recently provided by AMD. We are going to share this information with you in this context. Let’s take a look at the specs of the GPUs.
The Big Navi from AMD will have 80 numbers of Compute Units (5120 Stream CPU). The RX 6900 XT will be the flagship graphics card series of AMD. This series will be available in a limited number of quantities.
This GPU will have a 16GB capacity of GDDR6 type memory with a memory bus of 256-bit. This graphics card will come with a base clock of 2040 MHz and a boost clock of 2330 MHz. These cards will be able to run all latest AAA series like Watch Dogs Legion.
RX 6900 XT Release Date
The release date of RX 6900 XT will be announced by AMD on 28th October 2020.
AMD Navi 21 XT will have 72 numbers of Compute Units (4608 Stream CPU). RX 6800 XT graphics card will have a GDDR6 type of memory with 16GB capacity. The memory bus of this GPU will be 256-bit. The base clock of this graphics card will be around 2015 MHz and the boost clock will be around 2250 MHz.
RX 6800 XT Release Date
AMD will announce the release date of RX 6800 XT on 28th October 2020.
AMD Navi 21 XL will have 64 numbers of Compute Units (4096 Stream CPU). The RX 6800 also will have a GDDR6 type memory with 16GB capacity. This GPU’s memory bus will be 256-bit. This graphics card will have a base clock of 1815 MHz and a boost clock of 2105 MHz.
RX 6800 Release Date
The release date of AMD RX 6800 will be announced on 28th October 2020.
RX 6700 series GPUs also will be released by AMD. The Radeon RX 6700 XT will have 40 numbers of Compute Units (2560 Stream CPU). This GPU will have a 12GB capacity of memory (GDDR6). The memory bus of this GPU will be 192-bit. At present we don’t have any information on RX 6700 GPU.
RX 6700 XT Release Date
This graphics card will be released in January 2021.
We will publish more news on RX 6700 XT, stay tuned with us. For any queries leave your valuable comments below.
Footnotes: coreteks.tech, Making sense of “Big Navi”, 21st October 2020.