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  • 8GB GDDR6 VRAM
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  • Interface: PCI Express 4.0
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  • Windows 11 support
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Love seeing these prices drop and inventories are finally lasting more than 10 minutes from hitting slick deals Wink The 6600 is a solid entry level card, but personally the 3060 was a much better deal at only $30 more yesterday. Sold out today, but they have been coming back in stock every couple of days or so at EVGA.
The problem is with newer gens the lower tiered budget cards are always released a lot later than the flagships.

Also there's no guarantee of stock for the 40 series. Don't forget when the 30 series was announced people were selling their 2080tis for like $500 for a few weeks before they shot. back up to double that because of how hard it was to get a 30 series card
Entry level cards like these will get you by for a couple of years. Obviously if you can wait up to a year for the next gen mid-tier cards to become available at decent prices, then wait. You can also wait for some better deal that will be coming for a current gen card. Really depends on your usage and what rig you have going...and how much patience you have. I personally was able to pick up a 6600 for $300 and a 6600 XT for $420 and find the 6600 to be a better value as performance was within 15% of each other.

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Love seeing these prices drop and inventories are finally lasting more than 10 minutes from hitting slick deals Wink The 6600 is a solid entry level card, but personally the 3060 was a much better deal at only $30 more yesterday. Sold out today, but they have been coming back in stock every couple of days or so at EVGA.
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Everything I'm reading is unless you have no other options or money is no object it is best to wait until the next card refresh, due to the insane leap in performance that will come with the next generation? So entry level cards, like these, to get you by for now.
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Everything I'm reading is unless you have no other options or money is no object it is best to wait until the next card refresh, due to the insane leap in performance that will come with the next generation? So entry level cards, like these, to get you by for now.
Entry level cards like these will get you by for a couple of years. Obviously if you can wait up to a year for the next gen mid-tier cards to become available at decent prices, then wait. You can also wait for some better deal that will be coming for a current gen card. Really depends on your usage and what rig you have going...and how much patience you have. I personally was able to pick up a 6600 for $300 and a 6600 XT for $420 and find the 6600 to be a better value as performance was within 15% of each other.
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was able to pick up a 6600 for $300 and a 6600 XT for $400 and find the 6600 to be a better value as performance was within 15% of each other.

I got in line early for the AMD direct sale, but didn't pull the trigger. The 6700xt for $489 peeked my attention (but ram only runs at 196bits). I still think better option is the 3060 TI for less. Every Thursday around 9am(EST) AMD's gates open. Spent 30 minutes in their Virtual line. I might grab a 6800 for $579 next time. That is a solid performer with 16gb at 256bit . I am in no hurry at this time.
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dam had no idea ASRock made graphics cards
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Quote from cocokola :
Everything I'm reading is unless you have no other options or money is no object it is best to wait until the next card refresh, due to the insane leap in performance that will come with the next generation? So entry level cards, like these, to get you by for now.
The problem is with newer gens the lower tiered budget cards are always released a lot later than the flagships.

Also there's no guarantee of stock for the 40 series. Don't forget when the 30 series was announced people were selling their 2080tis for like $500 for a few weeks before they shot. back up to double that because of how hard it was to get a 30 series card
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Radeon RX 6600

103 G3D Marks per Watt

40 G3D Marks per dollar
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Would it be dumb to pair this with an old fx8350? (Oc'd to 4.0 ghz)
.... Asking for a friend 😃
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Would it be dumb to pair this with an old fx8350? (Oc'd to 4.0 ghz)
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I wouldn't recommend it. My 8370 was bottle-necking just my gtx 970. Money would be better spent migrating to a ryzen CPU. There have been some great CPU and CPU/mobo combo deals this week
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dam had no idea ASRock made graphics cards
Some of the worst quality cards you can buy.
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Quote from jimbobolowskie :
Would it be dumb to pair this with an old fx8350? (Oc'd to 4.0 ghz)
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buy what you can afford man, people talk but it comes down to what makes you happy.
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Quote from jimbobolowskie :
Would it be dumb to pair this with an old fx8350? (Oc'd to 4.0 ghz)
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Take a look at this video jayz2cents did about this very question. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dioUVOCCndY

He ran a AM3 FX6100 with a high end GPU and it still managed to run pretty good.
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Is this much of an upgrade from the 8gb rx 480 I bought for $199 6 years ago?
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