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AMD: the RX 6600 XT next queen of mining?

AMD: the RX 6600 XT next queen of mining?

Barely released, AMD’s RX 6600 XT has passed through the hands of miners who have discovered a performance-per-watt mining queen.

Is the RX 6600 XT the best card for mining?

This is a news that will surely not improve the current situation on graphics cards in France and in the world, indeed the card would deliver very impressive performance per watt in mining.

Through a YouTube video, we learn that the RX 6600 XT stock, offers a performance of 28.6 Mh/s on Ethereum mining, while displaying a power consumption of 93W. After several modifications, by lowering the GPU frequency and increasing the memory frequency, the card reaches this time 32.5 Mh/s with a power consumption dropping to 53W. Very good figures in perspective, if we refer to a table published by a editor.

Performance mining 6600XT

The 6600XT would be in first position for Ethereum mining if we refer to the performance per watt. A comparison that makes this card a “queen” for mining if we couple these figures with the price of the card that respects the MSRP in a majority of countries. This is bad news for gamers, while this 6600 XT offering a good alternative to the 3060 ti with prices slightly behind the latter. The performance of the card and the price of Ethereum recovering colors, could sound the death knell of this newcomer, which was one of the few cards to respect the MSRP lately.

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