AMD appears to have quietly introduced its entry-level Radeon RX 6300 RDNA 2 GPU that features a sub-50W TDP design for desktop PCs.
AMD Radeon RX 6300, the most entry-level RDNA 2 GPU for desktops, launches in 32W builds
Last year, it was reported that AMD was preparing a new entry-level graphics card known as the Radeon RX 6400. The graphics card was reported to feature the Navi 24 “Beige Goby” GPU and pack 2GB of GDDR6 memory. It seems that the graphics card was recently released in the OEM GPU segment.
As for the specifications, although the exact number of cores has not been confirmed, it is highly likely that the AMD Radeon RX 6300 will pack 640 or 512 stream processors within 10 or 8 compute units. This will be lower than the core count of the upcoming Phoenix RDNA 3 iGPUs which offer 12 CUs and up to 768 cores. Other specifications, discovered by Komachi_Ensaka, reveal that the GPU is clocked at 1512 MHz, the memory is clocked at 2000 MHz, and the card has 2 GB of memory in a 32-bit bus configuration. This should provide up to 64 GB/s of bandwidth. The card should also have 16MB of Infinity Cache.
As for the design of the AMD Radeon RX 6300 graphics card, a Goofish listing reveals that it comes in a HFHL (Half-Height and Half-Length) form factor with only two display outputs (HDMI and DP) supporting up to 1080p resolution. 8K at 60 Hz. The card is cooled by an active fan with dynamic speed technology. For power, the card consumes just 32W TDP, so it doesn’t require external sockets, as everything will be supplied via the PCIe connector. Speaking of the interface, the card also features a PCIe 4.0 x4 interface.
The AMD Radeon RX 6300 is listed for 399 RMB on Goofish or $60 USD. It’s supposed to be an entry-level solution for powering additional displays and isn’t designed for gaming due to its mediocre specs.
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