We all know AMD’s latest Radeon RX 6950XT graphics cards with the Navi 21 KXTX GPU. This represents the full implementation of the best RDNA2 desktop GPU to date, which comes with 80 Ray Accelerators and 5120 Stream Processors. AMD has finally released the trio. The graphics card comes with 16GB of GDDR6 memory, which is believed to be clocked at 18Gbps. One of the most notable features of this SKU is the increased board power of 335W and faster memory.
It was made clear at all of AMD’s marketing events that the RX 6950XT will go head-to-head with the RTX 3090 non-Ti model and give it a competition. However, it can also be compared to the RTX 3090 Ti model. This latest RX 6950XT costs $1,099.
The Radeon RX 6750XT, on the other hand, is based on Navi 22 and will have 2560 stream processors. The memory is 12 GB GDDR6 and is clocked at 18 Gbps and has a TBP of 250W. This is a good option if someone is looking for an alternative to the Radeon RX 6800 non-XT GPU, which has remained AMD’s lowest-delivered GPU to date.
AMD claims that the RX 6750XT will compete directly with the GeForce RTX 3070. Price-wise, this SKU will be available for $549, more expensive than the Radeon X700 series.
Finally, we look at the RX 6650XT which is based on Navi 23 and will be similar to the RTX 3060 non-TI model. This one has a TDP of 10W and costs $399.
It is important to keep in mind that the reference designs for both the AMD RX 6950XT and RX 6750XT are available directly from the AMD store.