AMD Preps Radeon Pro W6300, AMD’s Radeon RX 6400, based on a scaled down version of the Navi 24 graphics processing unit, is hardly a good graphics card for gaming, that’s why it never broke. found in our list of the best graphics cards.
Still, it looks like something even slower is coming, as AMD’s website now lists the Radeon Pro W6300, a low-end graphics solution for the Proviz market, which may precede the mainstream Radeon RX 6300 with 768 stream processors and maybe 2 GB of memory. with a 32-bit interface. AMD‘s latest drivers for professional graphics cards support (opens in a new tab) something called Radeon Pro W6300, as Komachi_Ensaka (opens in a new tab) noticed. Specifications of the part are unclear, but this is an entry-level desktop graphics card used for professional viewing and therefore requires hardware and software certified by the appropriate software developers . Since AMD’s professional graphics cards usually have similarly configured counterparts aimed at consumers, one can assume that AMD is also preparing a Radeon RX 6300 designed for regular desktop computers. However, as we don’t have specs for the Radeon Pro W6300, we can only speculate what to expect from a potential Radeon RX 6300, AMD is formally positioning its Radeon RX 6400 4GB cards and AMD Preps Radeon Pro W6300 4GB as entry-level discrete cards. graphic offers for equipment manufacturers. However, that didn’t stop some of the company’s partners from making commercial versions of the RX 6400 and selling them to those who couldn’t find anything better for less than $200 with proper driver support.
For those who want an ultra-cheap mobile discrete GPU, AMD offers its Radeon RX 6300M and Radeon Pro W6300M solutions powered by the Navi 24 XML GPU with 768 stream processors, 8MB Infinity Cache (compared to 16GB in the case of the Navi 24 XL/ Radeon RX 6400) and 2 GB of memory with a 32-bit interface. Assuming AMD will keep their 6300M part specs for non-M 6300 parts, AMD Preps Radeon Pro W6300 and Radeon RX 6300 will indeed ship a Navi 24 XL GPU with half its Infinity Cache and equipped with 2 GB of memory using a 32-bit interface. Of course, AMD could reduce the clock speeds of the Radeon Pro W6400 and Radeon RX 6400 and give them a new model number. Only time will tell. We can only guess at the performance of AMD’s Radeon Pro W6300 or Radeon RX 6300, but something tells us you shouldn’t buy either of these cards for gaming.
Source: This news was originally published by tomshardware