A very interesting Radeon RX 6600 XT Has appeared in Baidu Post Bar ( pass Chip bright) Forum.Navi 23-based graphics cards will compete for a place on the list Best graphics card, Seems to come from a new AMD Add-in-Board (AIB) partner.
It is not uncommon to sell unreleased hardware in China.One seller even boldly listed one Radeon RX 6600 XT for $1,099.99 Before the retailer finally deletes the list, on Newegg. As discovered by a Chiphell forum user, a mysterious businessman is selling a Radeon RX 6600 XT that does not seem to belong to the existing brand.
Forum netizens eventually traced the graphics card back to a newly established company called Pengyu (Shanghai) Digital Technology Co., Ltd. The seller claims that XFX is the foundry behind the graphics card, but it has not been confirmed. Nevertheless, it should be emphasized that Peng Yu has nothing to do with XFX.
Peng Yu has several pending trademarks, including the company’s Vastarmor nickname for graphics products. The attached photos show that Pengyu will launch the starry sky and alloy series under the Vastarmor brand.
The Radeon RX 6600 XT in question comes from the Starry Sky series and uses a three-fan cooling solution. The black shield adopts a red and white color theme, without any type of RGB lighting. It is also equipped with a metal backplane, which increases the rigidity of the PCB. Like many other Radeon RX 6600 XT models, Peng Yu’s device also relies on a single 8-pin PCIe power connector to supplement power.
Chinese sellers bought RDNA 2 graphics cards for 2,999 yuan or US$462, which is 22% higher than AMD’s suggested retail price of US$379. According to the original list, Starry Sky Radeon RX 6600 XT comes with a three-year limited warranty.Pengyu seems to be a domestic brand in the Chinese market, but living in a globalized world, if the company’s products are also exported to other countries, even the United States, we would not be surprised