The RX 6700 XT will be AMD’s highest clocked graphics card, according to the latest shared test results.
As you know, AMD announced the RX 6700 XT model with its launch recently and stated that this video card can go up to 2.424 MHz during the game. While players are wondering how AMD’s new generation graphics card will perform, an important report has been published on the graphics card in question.
According to the data obtained from the OpenCL test for the RX 6700 XT, we see that the new generation graphics card can reach a higher speed than the specified clock speed. In this section, it is also stated that the video card in question can reach a maximum core frequency of 2.85 GHz.
It is also stated that the RX 6700 XT, which surpasses Navi 21 GPU models with this value, is AMD’s highest clocked GPU model. At the same time the report said the OpenCL score of shared graphics card 102 831 in front of the eyes to be laid.
What does AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT offer with its features?
Positioned in the middle segment of AMD, the graphics card is powered by the RDNA 2 architecture. The RX 6700 XT, which also has a Navi 22 GPU, comes with 384 GB / s memory bandwidth and 12 GB GDDR6 VRAM on the 192-bit bus.
In addition, the video card with Smart Access Memory support also hosts 2560 cores, 40 processing units and 96 MB Infinity Cache memory technology.
At the same time, the video card manufacturer, which states that the new generation graphics card works at a standard core speed of 2.321 MHz, says that this value can go up to 2.424 MHz during gameplay and up to 2.581 MHz with overclocking. In addition to this, AMD also stated that the new generation card has 230W TDP and underlined that the RX 6700 XT requires a minimum 650W power supply.