It looks like AMD has quietly released its Radeon RX 6300 Entry-Level RDNA 2 GPU, which has a TDP design of less than 50W for desktop computers. Last year, there were reports that AMD was preparing to release a new entry-level graphics card named Radeon RX 6400. The graphics card was expected to include the Navi 24 “Beige Goby” GPU and 2GB of GDDR6 memory. It seems that the graphics card has now been released in the OEM GPU segment.
When it comes to the AMD Radeon RX 6300’s specifications, it is likely to have either 640 or 512 stream processors within 10 or 8 Compute Units, although the exact core count is not yet confirmed. This core count will be lower than the upcoming Phoenix RDNA 3 iGPUs which offer 12 CUs and up to 768 cores. Additionally, the GPU is clocked at 1512 MHz, with memory clocked at 2000 MHz and the card featuring 2 GB memory in a 32-bit bus configuration, providing up to 64 GB/s of bandwidth. The card also has 16 MB of Infinity Cache.
In terms of design, the AMD Radeon RX 6300 comes in an HFHL (Half-Height and Half-Length) form factor, with just two display outputs (HDMI & DP) supporting up to 8K resolution at 60 Hz. The card uses an active fan with dynamic speed technology for cooling, and has a power consumption of only 32W TDP, meaning it does not require external plugs as all the power will be supplied through the PCIe connector. The card also features a PCIe 4.0 x4 interface.
The AMD Radeon RX 6300 is available for 399 RMB or around $60 US at Goofish. It’s designed as a basic solution to support additional displays and isn’t intended for gaming purposes, as its specifications are not particularly impressive.
— HXL (@9550pro) March 13, 2023