AMD Radeon RX 6600 8GB Drops To $180 In The US

The ASRock Challenger graphics card, which is built on the RX 6600 SKU, is currently available for purchase at $199.99. By using a promo code, you can further reduce the price by $20. This incredible deal can be found on Newegg. Notably, this is the lowest price yet for the Radeon RX 6600 series. However, it’s important to mention that this price is only applicable in the United States.

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Over the past week alone, the same model in Europe has seen a price reduction from €219 to €209, and in just two weeks, it has dropped by €30. The downward trend in prices has been ongoing since AMD introduced its RX 7600 model priced at $269.

It is reasonable to consider that the price fluctuations in the RX 6600 RDNA2 models may also be influenced by NVIDIA’s release of the RTX 4060Ti series, even though these cards are now priced at twice the amount. However, it’s worth noting that NVIDIA is planning to launch its RTX 4060 non-Ti on June 29th, priced at $299. Additionally, the Intel Arc A750 at $239 should not be disregarded. Intel, along with their partners like ASRock, has been driving down prices in the mid-range segment in recent weeks, reaching new lows.

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The AMD Radeon RX 6600 utilizes a reduced Navi 23 GPU consisting of 1792 cores. It comes with 8GB of GDDR6 memory on a 128-bit interface. As a budget model, it maintains a relatively low Total Board Power (TBP) of 132W. However, it’s important to note that the RX 6600 series has a limited PCIe Gen4 interface of 8 lanes, which can potentially be a performance bottleneck on older platforms that support Gen3.

Via Moore’s Law is Dead