Hassan Mujtaba from Wccftech shared the TBP (Typical Board Power) numbers for the upcoming Radeon series.
AMD is now set to launch its Radeon RX 6x50XT series next week. This means that some information is already available to the press. In this case, one of the missing pieces of information was the power consumption.
Radeon RX 6950XT: 2310 MHz boost, 335W TBP
According to the information shared by Wccftech, the RX 6x50XT series will have 20 to 35W higher TBP. The rumors about RX 6950XT shipping with 350W power were untrue, instead the card will have 335W TBP, which is 35W over the RX 6900XT model and 5W higher than 6900XT Liquid Edition. This means that board partners should have no problem adopting their high-end triple-fan as well as liquid-cooled series for the new model.
The card will ship with 2100 MHz game clock and 2310 MHz boost clock, this represents an increase of 85 MHz and 60 MHz respectively.
The flagship RX 6950XT SKU is supposedly going to ship with 1728.2 GB/s of effective memory bandwidth. This number includes the full effective bandwidth with Infinity Cache. For RX 6900XT this number was 1664 GB/s, thus the bandwidth increase is 64 GB/s. Such increase is a result of higher memory speed of 18 Gbps (+ 2Gbps).
Radeon RX 6750XT: 2310 MHz boost, 335W TBP
When it comes to the RX 6750XT model, this card will ship with 250W TBP, which is actually the same power as RX 6800 non-XT. The card supposedly features 2495 MHz game clock and 2600 MHz boost clock, that’s exactly 71 MHz and 19 MHz increase over the existing 6700XT SKU. Similarly to RX 6950XT, the card is to feature 18 Gbps memory.
Radeon RX 6650XT: 2310 MHz boost, 335W TBP
Interestingly, the RX 6650XT will also ship with 20W higher TBP, which now gives 180W. The Navi 23 XT based SKU is to feature 2410 MHz & 2635 MHz clocks, which are 51 MHz and 46 MHz higher than RX 6600 XT model.
AMD will unveil its Radeon RX 6x50XT graphics cards on May 10th. Unfortunately, pricing information is not yet available.