As GIGABYTE’s Radeon RX 6600 XT drops into Malaysia this week, ASUS and SAPPHIRE are also ready to tackle the still-relevant 1080p gaming scene through their own new offerings.
ASUS won’t be going too crazy at the beginning because they’ll be launching one for the gaming-centric ROG Strix Gaming lineup while another one goes to the casual Dual family. For the ROG Strix Gaming variant, the overall shroud is made with better materials and is more sturdy in providing support to the whole unit while having ROG decals together with 4 heat pipes and a large baseplate to quickly eliminate heat congestion. On the other hand, the Dual model is perfect for the subtle builds that only want performance and nothing else. It is also as durable as other cards in the family as the back alloy plate firmly supports the entire unit.
Onto SAPPHIRE’s offering, the PULSE and NITRO+ series are the ones getting these new cards. Specced almost similarly aside from the slight difference of clock speeds, the PULSE and NITRO+ series cards will serve gamers of both fancy or stealthy, depending on what factors they are seeking in their build. The factory OC profiles integrated and supported by the dual BIOS feature let users meddle around with the best possible settings while the TriXX Boost software optimization brings even more FPS without costing more.
Here are some of the important figures for all the 4 Radeon RX 6600 XT that you should know about.
ASUS ROG Strix
3x DisplayPort 1.4
Folks at ASUS Malaysia have confirmed the final pricing for its Radeon RX 6600 XT offerings while SAPPHIRE’s are still not readied yet.