Alleged AMD Radeon RX 6300 with RDNA 2 GPU appears online

An alleged AMD Radeon RX 6300 desktop graphics card has surfaced in the Chinese market. The GPU has a single fan and would have 2GB of memory. AMD has not yet officially announced the video card.

The AMD Radeon RX 6300 recently appeared on Goofishnoticed Twitter user HXL on. That is a Chinese market for second-hand products where engineering samples regularly appear, writes VideoCardz. The RX 6300 is sold there for 399 yuan, which translates to 54 euros. The video card has a single fan and two connections for screens.

Well-known hardware leaker komachi_ensaka published specifications of the Radeon RX 6300 on Twitter on Monday. The video card has 2GB of GDDR6 memory with a 32-bit memory bus and a clock speed of 2000MHz. The gpu would be clocked at 1512MHz and the tdp is 32W. The specifications also speak of an HDMI connection and a DisplayPort connector and support for 8k screens at 60Hz.

Further specifications are not known, although it seems to be a desktop variant of the Radeon RX 6300M. That laptop GPU has the same clock speeds and memory speed, but has a lower TDP of 25W. The RX 6300M ​​has a Navi 24 GPU with 12 compute units and therefore has 768 stream processors.

References to a Radeon RX 6300 for desktops appeared in the Linux kernel back in May last year, also writes Tom’s Hardware. Little more was heard of the video card after that, until it appeared on Goofish. AMD has not yet officially announced the video card. It is unknown if and when the video card appears. It is also not known whether the RX 6300 will be available separately at release or whether it is only intended for OEMs. The Radeon RX 6400, which also has a Navi 24 GPU and was released earlier, was available exclusively to OEMs at release. A separate release followed later.

The AMD Radeon RX 6300 and its possible specifications. Source: Goofish, Komachi_ensaka