AMD has officially revealed its Radeon RX6x50 series GPUs. These GPUs are slightly faster than their Radeon RX6x00 counterparts, but have higher TDP ratings. AMD should see a slight performance improvement, allowing it to compete with Nvidia and its upcoming rival Intel. After years of constrained supply, inflated prices and limited supply due to cryptocurrency mining and the global shortage of semiconductor manufacturing capacity, the demand for GPUs has risen. AMD also announced first games to support FidelityFX 2.0 image upscaling and a new bundle deal for Radeon GPU customers.
Radeon RX6950 XT Radeon RX6750 XT Radeon RX6650 XT Radeon RX6650 XT will be an upgrade to the Radeon RX6900 XT Radeon RX6700 XT Radeon RX6600 XT Radeon RX6900 XT Radeon RX6700 XT Radeon RX6600 Xt and Radeon RX6750 GDDR6 memory Each model has slightly faster GPU clock speeds and 18GBps GDDR6 memories, which results in greater memory bandwidth. TDP numbers have however increased.
Multiple partner brands will sell graphics cards based upon these GPUs, including Sapphire, Asus and MSI. AMD has set a price range of $1,099 (approximately Rs. 84,790 (before taxes) for Radeon RX6950 XT, $549, or approximately Rs. 42,360 for the Radeon RX6750 XT and $399 (approximately R. 30,785 for the Radeon RX6650 XT. Brands will announce prices in India. The exact date of when these graphics cards will be available in India is unknown.
These new GPUs are designed for gamers who require smooth visuals at high settings and high refresh rates in AAA games at 4K/1440p/1080p. The new GPUs are built on the same RDNA2 architecture that their predecessors. However, AMD claims it has improved the firmware and optimized the manufacturing process. Gamers can enjoy higher quality visuals at their resolutions by using AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution and FSR 2.0 upscaling technology. AMD Software’s latest release also promises improved driver performance.
FSR 2.0 will soon be available in a variety of games, starting with Deathloop. Next, Eve Online, Farming Simulator 22 and Microsoft Flight Simulator. AMD will offer Radeon graphics product owners access to a new selection free games, including Saints Row or Sniper Elite 5. More titles are expected to be revealed when the offer is live.