AMD Radeon RX 6x50XT detailed specifications and performing scores leaked

As the time for AMD’s new graphics cards draws near, the Radeon RX 6950XT, 6750XT, and 6650XT are getting more and more new news. These three new cards do not actually use the new TSMC 6nm process like the RX 6500 XT. Their GPUs are still old, but all the video memory has been upgraded to the 18Gbps version, and the TBP of the graphics card has been increased to improve performance.

Wccftech has collected various information about these graphics cards. The GPU specifications of these three RX 6×50 graphics cards have not changed much. The TBP of the RX 6950XT has been increased from the original 300W to 335W, the boost clock has been increased from 2250MHz to 2310MHz, and the memory frequency has been increased to 18Gbps. The TBP of the RX 6750XT is raised from 230W to 250W, the boost clock is raised from 2581MHz to 2600MHz, and the memory frequency is 18Gbps. The TBP of the RX 6650XT is increased from 160W to 180W, the game clock is increased from 2589MHz to 2635MHz, and the memory frequency is 17.5Gbps.

In terms of performance, the 3DMark Time Spy scores of RX 6950XT, RX 6750XT, and RX 6650XT are shown in the figure above. Here is the graphics card score, not the total score. It can be seen from this that the score of the RX 6950XT is 6.5% higher than that of the RTX 3090 Ti, while the RX 6750XT is faster than the RTX 3070, and the score of the RX 6650XT is also higher than that of the RTX 3060.

Of course, moving to the Port Royal test that supports ray tracing is another matter. The RX 6950XT’s score is only close to the RTX 3080, the RX 6750 XT’s performance is about the same as the RTX 2080, much slower than the RTX 3060 Ti, and the RX 6650XT is only slightly faster than the RTX 3050. It can be seen that in terms of light tracking, the RDNA2 architecture and the Ampere architecture are still far from each other.