A Chinese Goofish platform has found an interesting unannounced low-profile graphics card from AMD. The graphics card in question seems to be part of the AMD 6000 series lineup, the AMD Radeon RX 6300.
Technically speaking, AMD has never announced nor even confirmed the existence of this video card, and not even the OEMs where it most likely to be the case with budget-entry video cards such as the Radeon RX 6400.
Surprisingly, the hardware enthusiast has found the basic data of this particular low-profile graphics card despite no official specification being listed by AMD themselves.
From what it’s seen, this GPU has the GPU frequency as the laptop RX 6300M model as well as being equipped with the same memory specs of a 2GB 32-bit bus.
What’s interesting is that the RX 6300 has 2000 Mhz (16Gb) memory clock speedー which is the same as its other low-profile RDNA 2 graphics card sibling, the Radeon RX 6400.
Unfortunately, the card fell short in terms of memory bandwidth. The RX 6300 only has 64GB/s compared to 128GB/s on the RX 6400.
In terms of power consumption, the desktop RX 6300 is rated to have 32W, just 7W higher than its notebook variant the RX 6300M, and 21W lower than its desktop low-profile siblings, the RX 6400.
The listing in Goofish says that the graphic card is now on sale for 399 RMB, which is around 85 AUD at the time of this writing. However, judging from the photo of the listing, it is very unlikely that this is the official price of the card.
A Chinese Goofish platform has listed an unannounced Radeon RX 6000 series GPU which is likely to be the RX 6300 desktop low-profile graphics card.
The card has the almost same specification as its notebook model, the RX 6300M with a bit higher TDP and the same memory clock speed as RX 6400.
There is no official price of this card yet however the marketplace list it to be 399 RMB which is around 85 AUD.