Lenovo Launches Radeon RX 6600 LE GPU With 8GB GDDR6 Memory

Lenovo now offers a unique desktop variant featuring AMD’s RDNA2 architecture. The Radeon RX 6600 LE, found in Lenovo Geek Pro 2023 prebuilt systems with an Intel Core i5-13400F CPU, is a legitimate GPU revealed in drivers. The meaning of “LE” remains unclear but could signify Lenovo, Lite, or Limited Edition.

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Lenovo, creators of a tailored version based on the new AMD SKU, only verify that the card includes 1792 Stream Processors, 8GB GDDR6 memory, and a 2495 MHz clock. These specifications closely resemble the original RX 6600, utilizing the Navi 23 XL GPU with an identical core count. The sole confirmed distinction is a 4 MHz higher boost clock compared to the RX 6600’s 2491 MHz clock.


In such a release, there may be slight adjustments to the base/game clocks or, notably, to the TDP. The initial model had a modest 132W TDP and featured a single-fan design in the AMD reference version. It’s conceivable that Lenovo requested increased default power. Another scenario involves employing a distinct GPU, like Navi 22 with significantly reduced specifications, a trend observed frequently in Chinese releases.

The card is currently available for purchase within the Lenovo GeekPro 2023 system, priced at 4,799 RMB ($671).

Via JD