AMD's Radeon RX RX 6950XT, RX 6750XT, and RX 6650XT have been pictured

AMD has an RDNA 2 Refresh on the horizon

AMD's Radeon RX RX 6950XT, RX 6750XT, and RX 6650XT have been pictured

AMD's RX 6X50XT series is reportedly launching on May 10th

AMD has new RDNA 2 graphics cards on the horizon. GPUs that will reportedly feature enhanced memory configurations and higher clock speeds than today's Radeon RX 6000 series models.

If Videocardz's source is correct, AMD will be launching new graphics cards on May 10th. These GPUs will include their Radeon RX 6950XT, Radeon RX 6750XT and Radeon RX 6650XT. These new models will utilise new heatsink designs that feature an all-black colour scheme, at least for AMD's reference models. These heatsink designs are similar to AMD's Radeon RX 6800XT Midnight Black Edition graphics card.

Based on the image below, AMD's RX 6750XT and RX 6650XT designs both feature upgraded heatsinks over their RX 6X00 series counterparts. The RX 6750XT features a triple-fan cooler like AMD's RX 6800 and the RX 6650XT features a new dual-fan heatsink design.

Sadly, the specifications of AMD's RX 6650XT, RX 6750XT and RX 6950XT are unknown, though they are likely to offer users the same stream processor counts as their RX 6000XT predecessors, as they reportedly utilise the full CU counts of AMD's Navi 21, Navi 22, and Navi 23 GPU cores respectively. This would limit the upgrades offered by AMD's RX 6X50XT to TDP increases, memory bandwidth increased, and core clock speed increases. 

AMD's Radeon RX RX 6950XT, RX 6750XT, and RX 6650XT have been pictured
All of AMD's RX 6X50XT designs reportedly feature 18Gbps GDDR6X memory modules, giving each GPU a 12.5% increase in memory bandwidth. At this time, it is unknown how much higher the RX 6X50XT series' GPU clock speeds are than their non-50-series predecessors. This leaves us unable to estimate how much of a performance increase AMD's refreshed RDNA 2 graphics cards will deliver.

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05-04-2022, 17:46:44

They look great but I'm not expecting great gains from simply upping clocks slightly and slightly higher clocked memory.Quote

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