Sapphire, one of the world’s leading graphics card manufacturers, announced the RX 6700 XT Nitro + and Pulse cards powered by the RDNA 2 architecture.
One of the stars of the graphics card market Sapphireannounced new design and performance-oriented graphics cards. Nitro + and Pulse models, developed to offer high frame rates and 1440p resolution gaming experience, are AMD’s RDNA 2 takes its power from its architecture. In addition, DirectX 12 Ultimate support allows gamers to use a powerful mix of ray tracing, computation and rasterized effects to elevate games to a new level of realism offers.
From the announced cards Nitro+ While the model keeps the fan noise to a minimum compared to previous generations, an improvement of up to 5.5% has been made in air pressure. When it comes to airflow to fins, the revamped Wave Fin card design reduces friction for lower decibels gaming experience. It also accelerates and centralizes the airflow around the GPU to dissipate heat efficiently. 2560 offering processor unit, with overclocking 2548 MHz‘the 2622 MHz can go up to core speeds.
RX 6700 XT Nitro + and Pulse graphics cards are powered by RDNA 2 architecture
RX 6700 XT Pulse graphics card produced in the 7 nm fabrication process, Smart Access Memory powered by the AMD RDNA 2 architecture with support. 192-bit video card with 16 GB / s memory bandwidth on the bus 12GB GDDR6 It is accompanied by video memory, 96MB Infinity Cache support and 40 Ray Tracing processors. Dual fan cooling solution and SapphireThanks to Dual-X Cooling technology designed for efficient heat dissipation, graphics card components allow stable and long-term operation.
The graphics card connected to the motherboard via the PCI-Express 4.0 interface requires 230W TDP power. Powered by 1 8-pin and 1 6-pin PCIe power connector, the RX 6700 XT Pulse allows you to get up to 4 video outputs, including 1 HDMI 2.1 VRR and 3 Display Port 1.4 to support the latest monitors on the market. Finally, let’s say that the card works with smart fan technology to keep temperatures and fan noise at a low level.