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Radeon 6700 video card went on sale without official AMD announcement

Radeon 6700 video card went on sale without official AMD announcement

Sapphire Radeon 6700 Pulse video card presented earlier this week went on sale.
Photos of its product packaging, as well as the characteristics shared by one of the users of Twitter.Image source: Twitter / @Zed__WangRemind that Sapphire Radeon 6700 Pulse, in fact, is a gaming version of the gas pedal Sapphire BC-2235 GPRO X080 10GB, designed for mining.
Due to the declining demand for graphics gas pedals from cryptocurrency miners, the manufacturer apparently decided to convert it into a gaming gas pedal.AMD has not officially announced the Radeon 6700.
Thus, the initiative comes exclusively from its partner Sapphire.
By the way, the latter also released a model Radeon 6700, not related to any of its gaming series.
It exactly copies the appearance of the above mentioned Sapphire mining video card.
The only difference between the versions is the GPU frequency and the presence of external video connectors.At the heart of the Radeon 6700 uses a graphics processor Navi 22 XL with 36 execution units, which includes 2304 stream processors, 144 texture blocks and 64 rasterization units.
The chip runs at up to 2230 MHz in gaming mode and up to 2495 MHz in Boost mode (the screenshot shows lower frequencies, probably in \"silent\" BIOS mode).
The card offers dual BIOS support.
Sapphire Radeon 6700 Pulse has 10 GB of GDDR6 memory with 160 bit bus and 16 GB/sec per pin.
The declared TDP of new items is 220 watts.
A set of external video interfaces consists of one HDMI and three DisplayPort.
According to GPU-Z program, the card works with an old version of Radeon Software driver 22.3.1.There is no information about Sapphire Radeon 6700 Pulse cost.

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