AMD’s supposedly imminent RX 6600 graphics card – the vanilla non-XT version – won’t be arriving as soon as expected, at least not going by fresh info plucked from the GPU grapevine.
Previous spinning from the rumor mill has indicated that both the RX 6600 and 6600 XT GPUs could be out next month, but now leaker Coreteks reckons that the base RX 6600 won’t be here until at least September, or it might not even pitch up until October.
Coreteks has previously said that the RX 6600 XT will come out in August, and with no mention of the XT card here, presumably that piece of speculation still holds, and it’s just the RX 6600 that we might be waiting another few months for.
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