We continue to see more Radeon RX 6400 graphics leaked, and this time twice as we can see a Mini-ITX model of biostar and a discrete model of XFX. If the launch of a Radeon RX 6400 is already quite uncertain in these times, and with prices already normalizing, you can already imagine if we are talking about custom models with higher prices.

Biostar Radeon RX 6400

The Biostar Radeon RX 6400 takes up 2 PCI expansion slots and uses a short circuit board that appears to be almost entirely covered by an aluminum heatsink accompanied by a fan, while the XFX model, with the name of XFX Speedster SWFT 105, arrives in a super small size where we see a smooth heatsink, without any channels for the air to circulate, accompanied by a very small fan. Basically, it is a practically traced design to the reference model.

XFX Speedster SWFT 105 (Radeon RX 6400)

Remember that this GPU will have the dubious pleasure of being the new worst chart on the market you can buythus taking over from the Radeon RX 6500 XT, a GPU which sees its performance limited in games by offering 4 GB of memory and which lacks encoding capacities which are even integrated into a low-end smartphone, without forgetting to require the PCIe Gen4 x4 interface, which involves performance losses when using a PCI-Express 3.0 interface

Worst of all is that we are talking about a graphics card that will cost around 200 euros, and for such an amount it offers a simple Navi24 XL chip with 768 stream processors at a base/turbo frequency of 2039/2321 MHz with 4 GB of GDDR6 memory @ 14 Gbps which, with a 64-bit memory interface, has a bandwidth of 112 GB/s and all this with an energy consumption of 53W. Obviously, the interface is the same as that of its big sister. Its release is scheduled for May 10.

via: video cardz