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Pros: 60 FPS Ultra settings on most games, 60 FPS 1440P if you go down to high on some settings.
Very stable 60-70 FPS+ mixed Ultra/Very High settings on Red Dead Redemption 2, Cyberpunk 2077, Watch Dogs Legion, Forza Horizon 5, Horizon Zero Dawn. Older games 120+ FPS.
VR games play really well up to 5K, Assetto Corsa modded in VR 90fps+.
Stays under 50C 100% load on benchmarks.
If you have an AMD CPU you can enable AMD Smart Access Memory and get an FPS boost, just make sure you have the latest bios and drivers for everything.
Cons: Definitely NOT a Ray Tracing card, it will go down to 20 FPS if you enable RT.
Not really made for 4K, you will have to turn down most settings. Though, some games like Forza Horizon 5 that are really well optimized will run 4K 60FPS on medium high settings.
Overall Review: Testing system:
AMD Ryzen 5 5600X
MSI MPG B550 GAMING CARBON WIFI ATX AM4
G.Skill Trident Z RGB 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory
Samsung 860 Evo 500 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive
Super Flower Leadex III ARGB Pro 750 W
Pros: Fast shipping, arrived before date given
Quiet and very well cooled
Nice backplate design
Performs better then I though
Cons: No RGB lights at all, even if it was something as little as ASUS or Radeon being lit.
Only one HDMI output
Overall Review: Very impressed with performance and and how quiet the fans are.
Heavy gaming is no problem for this card at all. I have it paired with a R5 5600X. Definitely a good budget combination if youre looking for a new build or upgrade
Pros: -Looks great in the case, I'm a sucker for asus hardware.
-Really easy to set up, just install drivers.
-I can barely even hear it. Quieter than My arctic P-12's which I barely hear are louder than it.
Cons: -small nitpick but don't really like how there isn't any backplate over the power connectors.
Overall Review: So for reference, I'm 16 and just now "finished" building my first PC. I'd bought this on a whim because I saw it was at stock and at a very nice, low price. Before this, I'd been skating by with a 8 y/o GT 740 straight from my cousin and the experience was what you'd expect. Upon putting this new card in, I was really surprised how better every game fps was doing at even ultra high. my older brother's 1070 ti looked pretty lame compared to it even. I'd totally buy this again given the chance. I think the only things I'd change with this is I really wish it had a little bit of rgb on it and wish thebackplate would extend over the power connectors. I'd recommend this to someone else but If I had enough money to buy a ROG or TUF gpu, I'd totally go for that instead for aesthetics alone.
great vram temperature
Overall Review: one of the best nonxt 6600
Pros: Excellent 1080p gaming
Ultra settings 80 fps w/ r5 5600x
Overall Review: Honestly blown away with how much this upgraded my system definitely worth the price
Pros: This gou is great performance for the price, 1080p max setting paired with a r5 5600 i get 140fps avg on apex and warzone. Can't beat that!
Overall Review: Would recommend this gpu to anyone!
Pros: runs around 8-10% less wattage and 5-7c cooler temps than the MSI mech version
runs extremely cool and quiet, no coil whine or audible fan noise
Sleek look, sturdy design, clean.
Overall Review: One of the best RX 6600's there is, very good cooler design and overall quality when comparing to MSI, Gigabyte, XFX, its no contest, Asus cards just run cooler and quieter and less wattage.
Pros: - Low power and runs cool/quiet
- 1080p max settings with good fps
- 1440p if you lower game details but should stick to 1080 prob.
Cons: - I believe this card only has 8 PCIe lanes on the card itself so if you put in an older PCIe Gen 3.0 system you'll be at PCIe 3.0 x8 performance shouldn't be that noticeable but it is what it is
Overall Review: I would still recommend if you can get it at msrp and the upgrade is big enough otherwise maybe hold off