The Radeon RX 6700 is the best mid-high-end graphics card that we can find on the market right now in terms of price-performance. In terms of raw power it is at the level of a GeForce RTX 2080, which means that it is more powerful than a GeForce RTX 3060 and that it falls just slightly below the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti.
This graphics card also has the advantage of having 10 GB of graphics memory, allowing you to access maximum graphics settings in games that have high VRAM consumption, and it is very efficient. The latter is very important, because it means that it does not need a very powerful power supply, and it makes it a fairly accessible option to update a PC without having to change said component.
The Radeon RX 6700 uses the RDNA2 architecture and it is more powerful than the PS5 GPU. It has cores dedicated to ray tracing acceleration, and supports FSR 2 upscaling technology, which allows us to improve performance and reach higher resolutions without giving up a good level of fluidity. This technology is precisely what makes it a model capable of offering good fluidity even in 4K, although where it moves best is in 1080p and 1440p resolutions.
Radeon RX 6700 Specifications
- RDNA2 architecture.
- 2,304 shaders.
- 144 texturing units.
- 64 raster units.
- 36 cores to accelerate ray tracing.
- 160-bit bus.
- 10GB of 16GHz GDDR6 memory.
- GPU at 2,132 MHz-2,425 MHz.
- 80 MB of infinite cache.
- Power supply: a 450-watt power supply with an 8-pin power connector.
The Radeon RX 6700 is available right now for €329.89, a fantastic price that, as I said at the beginning, makes it one of the best graphics cards in its category. If you are thinking of expanding your computer and want to enjoy all current games, and those to come, without any problem, this graphics card it is an excellent option.
I remind you that, in addition, when you buy it you will participate in the new AMD promotion, which means that you will get a free copy of The Last of Us Part I when available. You will be saving 60 eurosand this makes the offer even more interesting.