AMD is poised to drop their new mid-range graphics cards, the Radeon RX 6700 XT and Radeon RX 6700, near the end of March and feature AMD’s Navi 22 GPUs.
The new AMD cards, which we were hoping to see this month, will reportedly; sell for less than $500, bringing the next-gen Radeon cards more in line; with the RTX 3060 Ti. But it remains to be seen how much of a price difference; there will be between the two rivals’ midrange offerings.
These two new cards are also expected to use AMD’s Navi 22 GPUs, with the Navi 22 XT powering the RX 6000 XT, and the Navi 22 XL powering the else-powerful RX 6700. We don’t know a lot about these GPUs, but according to Wccftech the Navi 22 XT may have around 40 compute units, 2560 stream processors, anywhere from 12 GB to 16GB VRAM, and 16Gbps dies, providing up to 384 GB/s of bandwidth.
The Navi 22 XL configuration will be somewhat less powerful; but we don’t know how different it will ultimately end up being.