XFX Speedster SWFT 210 Radeon RX 6600 CORE Gaming Graphics Card with 8GB GDDR6 HDMI 3xDP, AMD RDNA 2 RX-66XL8LFDQ

Regular price $449.98

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SKU: E-11635

Category: Graphic card, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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Estimated Delivery : September 29 - October 05

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  • Memory Speed:14 GBPS.Minimum Power Supply Requirement: 550 watt
  • Chipset: AMD RX 6600
  • Memory: 8GB GDDR6 AMD RDNA 2 architecture elevates and unifies the gaming
  • Boost Clock: Up To 2491MHz.Avoid using unofficial software
  • Cooling: XFX Speedster SWFT210 Dual Fan Cooling

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Memory Speed14 GHz
Graphics CoprocessorAMD RX 6600
Chipset BrandAMD
Card DescriptionDedicated
Graphics Card Ram Size8 GB
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on July 20, 2023
I went with this card for a few reasons: 1. Well priced on Prime Day 2. 16 GB of VRam and I run a 3440x1440 monitor 3. I only have a 750 W power supply, so I can't run the beefier cards without also upgrading my PSU. Pros: It seems to run games well so far. Playing the Witcher 3 with Ultra+ settings, it runs at about 45 FPS, and if I fine tune a few settings, it runs at 60 FPS, and the Witcher 3 is a pretty demanding game at 3440x1440. It's a quiet card. I know some people complain about coil whine on AMD cards, but if you plug in 2 separate 8 pin connectors instead of using a single cable with a splitter on it, then there should be minimal to no coil whine, and so far, there has been none on mine. It doesn't generate as much heat as I was expecting, even at full load. I once had a different card that had 355 W TDP, and it turned my room into a furnace because it was so hot, but this card, even though it's rated at 300 W TDP, does not seem to affect the temperature of my room, so that's good. Cons: The size. It is HUGE. I measured my case in advance to be sure it would fit this card. While I measured the length fine, I did not account for the depth and width of the card, which caused 2 problems. First, the card's longest part is at the bottom of the card, which ran into the metal where my case holds SSD hard drives. I had to cut out some metal from my case in order to fit the card because the card is longest at its lowest point. Second, the card is wider than I expected. The side of my case has a fan and a plastic piece to direct air flow onto the video card, but because this card is so much wider, I could NOT get the side of my case back on until I removed the plastic piece from the fan on the side of the case. Also, simply because the card is so large, even after making the proper modifications to my case, it was still very difficult to get the card installed and seated and screwed into place on the back-plane. It was difficult getting the screws into place. Hopefully the images capture this.
Reviewed on July 10, 2023
Like most of you, searching for a next gen GPU just to get the best performance we can for the hard earned dollar that we spend. I've been eye balling this and the 4070ti for some time and while I'm seeing similar results in benchmarks, I ultimately went for this due to two things - VRAM and price. Now that this card hit the $720 range(as of 7/9/23), this is about as much as I'm comfortable in spending on an upgrade. Did I need to? Not really, but my RTX 3070 was doing good, it wasn't exceptional. This has put my computer back into the stratosphere, limited only by the hz of my beautiful 3440x1440 monitor. My 3070 average fps @ 3440x1440: RDR2 - 50 to 70 (medium to high) Hogwarts Legacy 50 to 70(medium to high) BF2042 - 60 to 80 (medium to high) Diablo 4 - 100 to 120 (high with DLSS quality) 7900xt at 3440x1440p - capped at 120hz monitor RDR2 - 90 to 110(Ultra) Hogwarts - 110 to 120(Ultra) Diablo 4 - 120(ultra) Bf2042 - 100 to 110 (Ultra) You could say I didn't need to upgrade, as my 3070 was powerful enough for anything I threw at it, but I did have to drop settings and I started getting some nasty stuttering due to the 8GB VRAM. I'm now with a +40% boost AND maxed settings, with the stuttering gone on everything. Very happy with this purchase and so will my 14 year old son as he's getting the 3070. One large(pun intended) negative is the size - this thing is definitely the largest GPU you'll have used in your case. I'm using an NZXT H510i and it BARELY fit - I couldn't even use the Z-support bar that came with the card. I'll have to purchase a vertical bar to keep it from sagging. Overall - if you can get this card for $700-$720 - I'd say it's a very good buy. Install was a breeze and the AMD drivers went just as well. Pros: Cooling - stays around the 60s temps. Sound - can't hear it - no coil whine at all. Price - MSRP is where the 3080 used to be at, with about a 25% gain in performance. VRAM - 20 gigs! Software - Never did I think to say it, but I dig the AMD software over Nvidia's. Cons: VERY large - make sure you can stuff a 13.5 inch card in your case - add probably another inch with the zbar TDP - expect this thing to consistently draw 350ish watts at stock settings Get it! Specs: 850w EVGA PSU Ryzen 9 5900X @4.6 All Cores 32 GB DDR4 3600mhz Corsair LPX XFX RX 7900XT Black BTW - excuse the wiring in my pic - I'll fix it later
Reviewed on July 29, 2023
I haven't used ATI/AMD cards in over 20 years, but when looking to upgrade from my RTX 2070, with the current state of the market I looked at them seriously for the first time in a long time, since I am running a Ryzen 7 7800X3D CPU. I am happy to report that AMD now makes the best "bang-for-buck" card out there. Overall graphics performance has increased by a FACTOR of 1.3-1.5 depending on application (I'm mostly a DCS/BMS/MSFS guy), with ultra/maxed settings. Haven't seen a rate below 75 for anything yet, and mostly run in the 120-140 range (except MSFS Ultra, which is more like 95-100). Smooth and clear, no tearing (my monitor is not Free-Sync capable; 2K video [2560 x 1080], at 120 Hz), and no stuttering (although Afterburner picks up some periods of 1% lows down in the teens. This has not been perceptible, and I was surprised to see it in the logs). Visuals are crisper, clearer and more vibrant (with stock, out of the box settings; haven't tried any overclocking or tuning yet). The cards is remarkably quiet in my setting (the case is about 1 m off to my left side, sitting on the floor), even under max load. Having said that, the fans haven't ever been above 60% and the GPU temps have never been above 65C. The AMD drivers and software was simple to install (DDU your Nvidia drivers first if coming from Nvidia!), and frankly the Adrenaline software is easier and simpler to use than Geforce Experience. So far it has played nicely with Afterburner/RTSS. The card support bracket was easy to install, well designed and executed, and there is no evidence of sag. The card IS very large. It fit in my MasterCooler Cosmos without any issues, but with only about 2-3 cm to spare. All-in-all, I couldn't be happier with this card!