After rumors pointed out that a new model of AMD Radeon 6000 series cards was about to be announced, manufacturer Sapphire ended up confirming these suspicions by publishing a new product page. In this case, it is a 10GB AMD Radeon RX 6700 card, not XT.
The product is already online, with the right to photos and specifications. Among them are consumption of 220 W (10W less than in the XT model), RDNA 2 Navi 22 GPU, boost clock up to 2,495 Mhz, and 2,304 stream processors. It also offers an HDMI output, three Display Ports, and two fans.
“The SAPPHIRE PULSE AMD Radeon 6700 Graphics Card runs on the powerful Dual-X Cooling Technology coupled with Intelligent Fan Control to keep temperatures low and fan noise low. The refined PCB design delivers stable, reliable, and steady performance, which efficiently lowers PCB temperature and component signal noise.”
These same specs had previously been leaked by whistleblower CowCotLand. Among other information, the boards are expected to sell for around €569, and could hit shelves soon, on June 9. The card must be a bridge between the RX 6650 XT and the RX 6700 XT.