After today’s launch of the Radeon RX 6600XT, the matching workstation card in the form of the Radeon Pro W6600 should not be missing. On the one hand, the card is of course interesting as a single-slot design for professional users, on the other hand, we see with this card also the somewhat smaller expansion of the card with the Navi23 chip. The technical data of the GPU with the 28 compute units (CU) and thus 1792 streaming processors is quite interesting, because it is also representative for a possible Radeon RX 6600 without XT in the name.
It has 8GB of GDDR6 memory running at 12Gbps and 32MB of Infinity Cache on the 128-bit interface, giving a total bandwidth of 224GB/s. AMD specifies the power consumption with “up to 100 watts”, which of course also speaks for a significantly lower GPU clock. A single 6-pin connector for the power supply is sufficient.
The PCB is significantly shorter than the case and AMD could have definitely sucked in air from the back to let the radial fan spin a bit more freely, as NVIDIA showed on the RTX A6000. The clamping circuit is again on board, there is no backplate. As RAM we use four 2GB modules from Samsung, the voltage converters for the GPU are located on the right between slot bracket and BGA, those for the RAM on the left between BGA and fan.
AMD relies on a total of four full DisplayPort 1.4 connectors for the narrow slot bezel and not mini-DisplayPort like the Radeon Pro W6800.
More information can be found in the spec sheet and of course in the benchmark test that will follow soon, which I can already tease at this point.AMD Radeon™ PRO W6600 GPU Datasheet