Here we have got the first unofficial benchmarks of the AMD Radeon RX 6600M RDNA 2 GPU based on the Navi 23 SKU. The benchmarks were shared on Zhuanlan (via HXL) that shows how well the new RDNA 2 GPU competes against NVIDIA’s mainstream laptop offerings.
The AMD Radeon RX 6600M is the first graphics card that gonna use the Navi 23 GPU SKU. This chip has yet to make an entry on the desktop front so this is the very first time we get its real benchmarks. This chipset was tested on an AMD Ryzen 7 5800H laptop with 16GB of DDR4-3200 memory. The same configuration was used to test the competition which included the NVIDIA RTX 3060 and the RTX 3050 Ti.
The AMD Navi 23 RDNA 2 GPU for the Radeon Pro W6600M & Radeon RX 6600M is expected to offer up to 28 CUs or 1792 stream processors. The chip will feature up to 8 GB GDDR6 memory running across a 128-bit bus interface and with TGPs ranging up to 100 Watts. The AMD Navi 23 GPUs also offer 32 MB of infinity Cache and will be the smallest Navi chip to house the brand-new cache technology.
In synthetic benchmarks, there is no big difference in performance between the two laptops, but as soon as we shift to gaming at 1080p, the RTX 3060 takes a lead of 8% on the average performance. The ray-tracing gives much higher performance with the RTX 3060 being up to 36% faster than the Radeon RX 6600M.
The Radeon RX 6600M is able to deliver a 20-30% performance boost over the GeForce RTX 3050 Ti. The main concern for the RX 6600M is said to be its 128-bit bus interface. The HP Omen 16 is one of the devices which gonna feature the chip and has a price tag of around $1500 US.