Sapphire announces two Radeon 6700 cards with no RX prefix

After the first images of the video card appeared on Thursday, Sapphire itself announced the Radeon 6700 series on Friday. These are cards without an RX prefix, with 10GB of memory and fewer compute units than XT variants.

Sapphire’s Radeon 6700 series consists of a regular Radeon 6700 and a almost identical Pulse version. Both have a Navi 22 GPU with 36 compute units, or 2304 stream processors, with a game clock speed of up to 2230MHz and a boost clock speed of up to 2495MHz. Both have 10GB of GDDR6 memory with a speed of 16Gbit/s.

Sapphire equips the cards with its Dual-X cooling with two fans. The total board power is 220W. These are the first RDNA 2-based cards without an RX prefix. The cards have the same specifications as the RX 6700M for laptops, but they have a tbp of 135W. VideoCardz points out that Sapphire also a card for crypto mining with the same configuration, the BC-2235 GPRO X080.

Tech website Cowcotland already showed images of Sapphire’s Radeon 6700 models on Thursday. Recommended prices have not yet been announced by the manufacturer. It may be OEM models.

AMD Radeon 6700 alongside the RX 6700 XT and 6600 XT
Video card Radeon RX6700XT Radeon 6700 Radeon RX6600XT
GPU Navi 22 XT Navi 22XL Navi 23
Stream processors 2560 2304 2048
Memory 12GB GDDR6 (16Gbit/s) 10GB GDDR6 (16Gbit/s) 8GB GDDR6 (16Gbit/s)
Memory bus 192bit 160bit 128bit
Memory bandwidth 384GB/s 320GB/s 256GB/s
Tbp 230W 220W 160W