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SAPPHIRE reportedly preparing Radeon RX 6700 non-XT with 10GB VRAM


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French media site Cowcotland reports that AMD might launch a new Radeon RX 6700 graphics card. 

The website posted pictures of the upcoming Sapphire RX 6700 models, including PULSE and one unnamed SKU. This new model is reportedly based on Navi 22 GPU with 36 Compute Units, which equals to 2308 Stream Processors.

With such specs, this SKU would have the same configuration as mobile RX 6700M. The card is allegedly using 10GB memory and 160-bit bus. According to the media, RX 6700 would be clocked at 2330 MHz and 2495 MHz for game and boost respectively.





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