Sunday, February 28th 2021

ASUS Radeon RX 6700 XT DUAL and TUF Gaming Pictured

Here are some of the first pictures of custom-design AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT graphics cards, in the form of the ASUS Radeon RX 6700 XT DUAL, and the TUF Gaming Radeon RX 6700 XT OC. Both cards feature 12 GB of memory, and use ASUS's latest generation of Prime Series DUAL and TUF Gaming board designs. The Radeon RX 6700 series is expected to compete with NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 3060-series "Ampere" graphics card in the high-volume "sweetspot" segment. The ASUS DUAL card is a lot larger than it looks, measuring a little over 29 cm in length, and using a pair of 100 mm Axial-Tech fans to ventilate a large heatsink underneath; while the TUF Gaming OC is about as large as any of the other TUF Gaming cards from this generation. AMD is expected to announce the RX 6700 series at an online event, on March 3, 2021.
Source: VideoCardz
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6 Comments on ASUS Radeon RX 6700 XT DUAL and TUF Gaming Pictured

#1
dr.noob
Here we go again! :D Gentlemen, get your popcorn.
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#2
Relixo
Ohh,yeah.... MORE PAPER LAUNCH is COMING!!!!
And of course as more "out of stock" and never ever available card.
GREAT NEWS...
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#3
BSim500
Probably the best investment I made this year was to buy stock in logging / lumberjack firms. The amount of paper launches this year...
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#4
Chrispy_
All the renders I've seen for 6700XT cards show massive 2.5-slot, extra-tall, triple (or at least long double) coolers.

The two questions are:

1) What is the real-world TDP of these cards if they all need massive coolers.
2) Will anyone be making a double-slot, standard height, sub 10" card that so many SFF PCs mandate?

The 5700 reference cooler carves out almost the perfect rectangle of what the PCIe and ATX spec accept. Anything larger is out of spec and case compatibility is a crapshoot if you're not doing careful research before purchase.



I used a 5700-series but the same dimensions are adhered to by several geforce/quadro cards too.
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#5
Rexolaboy
Chrispy_
All the renders I've seen for 6700XT cards show massive 2.5-slot, extra-tall, triple (or at least long double) coolers.

The two questions are:

1) What is the real-world TDP of these cards if they all need massive coolers.
2) Will anyone be making a double-slot, standard height, sub 10" card that so many SFF PCs mandate?

The 5700 reference cooler carves out almost the perfect rectangle of what the PCIe and ATX spec accept. Anything larger is out of spec and case compatibility is a crapshoot if you're not doing careful research before purchase.



I used a 5700-series but the same dimensions are adhered to by several geforce/quadro cards too.
Rumor is, there is a low power version of the rx 6700xt which I'd imagine can have a basic 2 slot cooler. These big coolers are more than likely reserved for the +200 watt rx 6700 xt
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#6
Gameslove
Another fake realease? For what reasons realease the new cards, before not filled a hardware market rx 6800/6900, and to sell over price +300-500?
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