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479€ and availability for the 6700XT ?

479€ and availability for the 6700XT ?

As you know, the GeForce RTX 3060 is now launched and for the price, it was once again the cold shower. In a few hours, AMD will officially introduce the Radeon RX 6700XT. According to the latest rumors, this graphics card, whose actual availability would not be effective until mid-March, could be launched at a price of between $479 and $499 for the reference models. We can therefore expect a price of 479€. Custom models would have a price starting at 499 dollars to go up to much more expensive. 6700XT Obviously, the main question is the actual price that will be displayed by the market. We all found that the price of €330 on the RTX 3060 was a mirage, so we’ll have to look at what AMD is doing on its side. Reds suggest that this map will be available in a relatively significant volume. We ask to see obviously hoping once again that this is the real version. Now let’s look at the performance aspect. It is said that the RX 6700XT will be able to compete with the 3060Ti…But we all know that if this information checks out, it will not take into account the performance of Ray Tracing. The equation is therefore relatively simple. The question is whether AMD is able to put a card on the market that is honestly available and with a public price that is consistent and close to the advertised price. If AMD manages to solve this equation, he will have scored a hell of a point against Nvidia. We have indeed moved into a world where having a product available and respecting the public price is a feat…

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