Thursday, January 20th 2022

PowerColor Launches its Radeon RX 6500 XT Series

TUL Corporation, a leading and innovative manufacturer of AMD graphic cards since 1997, today announced its Radeon RX 6500 XT line up. The latest graphics cards are built on AMD RDNA2 gaming architecture and designed to make incredible 1080p gaming experiences for popular AAA and esports titles accessible to more gamers.

Every gamer has different needs and PowerColor is offering its Radeon RX 6500 XT graphics cards in two- and single-fan configurations for those looking to build a small form factor gaming PC. With high-efficient cooling and PowerColor's Mute Fan Technology, PowerColor Radeon RX 6500 XT graphics cards are cool and quiet, ideal for anyone looking to game without distractions.
AMD Infinity Cache Technology for Power-Efficient Performance
The new PowerColor graphics cards feature AMD Infinity Cache technology that enables high bandwidth performance at low power and low latency. This global cache is seen by the entire graphics core, capturing temporal re-use and enabling data to be accessed instantaneously.

Elevated Experiences
High-performance, highly responsive gaming is up-leveled with AMD Radeon Anti-Lag, which significantly decreases input-to-display response times. AMD Radeon Boost technology offers a performance increase during fast-motion gaming scenarios by dynamically reducing image resolution or by varying shading rates for different regions of a frame. The new graphics cards further propel the gaming experience with support for the latest HDMI 2.1 VRR technology, as well as for AMD FreeSync technology for smooth, stutter-free gaming on AMD FreeSync technology certified displays.

AMD Radeon PC Gaming is Windows 11 Ready
Windows 11 is created for the ultimate PC gaming, featuring superior graphics, amazing speed, and an incredible selection of games. Windows 11 includes gaming features like DirectX 12 Ultimate and Auto HDR.

With the Highest Environmental and Social Standards
Committed to the strictest standards, PowerColor Radeon RX 6500 XT graphics card packaging uses only FSC certified materials as part of PowerColor's commitment to help move the industry forward to a more sustainable world.
For more information, visit the product pages of the RX 6500 XT Fighter and RX 6500 XT ITX.
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7 Comments on PowerColor Launches its Radeon RX 6500 XT Series

#1
ixi
If they would lower CPU clock they could fit in 75w :D, but then again performance would be lower. Overall good to see itx builts :).
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#2
GamerGuy
Hmm, no mention of price yet? I just hope it's significantly cheaper than the Asus ones which were overpriced (as is the norm, but especially so when it comes to Asus/Gigabyte/MSI), this is strictly a 1080P gaming card, and forget 'Ultra' setting, just be contented with a mix of Med-High to ensure good enough PQ and framerate.
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#3
Valantar
These both look really nice (love the ITX version), but given the unacceptable performance of this SKU they're an immediate no for me.
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#4
xBruce88x
ixiIf they would lower CPU clock they could fit in 75w :D, but then again performance would be lower. Overall good to see itx builts :).
AMD is known for pumping more voltage than necessary... Perhaps undervolt will allow for 75w while keeping "performance".
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#5
Berfs1
Why the hell make it a dual slot card, if you are only going to put a mere 2 video ports on the card?? If it's not even going to be a high performance card in the first place, there's really no point forcing it to a dual slot card when it isn't even a desirable GPU in the first place, so it's wasting materials and space for the end user, which makes it unnecessarily more expensive.
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#6
ixi
Berfs1Why the hell make it a dual slot card, if you are only going to put a mere 2 video ports on the card?? If it's not even going to be a high performance card in the first place, there's really no point forcing it to a dual slot card when it isn't even a desirable GPU in the first place, so it's wasting materials and space for the end user, which makes it unnecessarily more expensive.
Duuuuuuuuuuuuude, everyone likes big chunks (if you know what I mean :D), you should know that.
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#7
Valantar
This GPU seems to be built for the ~35-50W mobile GPU market, so selling it as a 107W dGPU is just ... so damn weird. Pushing clocks this high is impressive, but it's clear that the low-power potential is really the only useful purpose of this silicon - the narrow PCIe bus and VRAM bus both corroborate that too. A dGPU will always consume more power than a GPU integrated into a laptop, but it would still be really interesting to see how low this could go if clocked to something like 2-2.2GHz. The performance loss likely wouldn't be massive either.
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