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Posted 24 May 2023

PowerColor Radeon RX 6600 8GB Fighter Graphics Card £189.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer (UK Mainland)

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PowerColor Radeon RX 6600 8GB Fighter Graphics Card
AMD Radeon™ RX 6600 Designed for 1080p Gamers
Based on AMD RDNA™ 2 architecture, the PowerColor Fighter RX 6600 graphics card features 32 Compute Units, 32 MB of all new AMD Infinity Cache and 8 GB of dedicated GDDR6 memory, is engineered to deliver ultra-high frame rates and ultimate 1080p gaming experience.

Start Enjoying Your Gaming Life
As an entry ticket to enjoy gaming, the PowerColor Fighter RX 6600 graphics card is armed with a dual 90mm cooling fan design, a cooler with an enlarged heatsink surface and a set heatpipes direct touching GPU to enhance heat dissipation. Start enjoying your gaming life with PowerColor Fighter RX 6600!

Two-Ball Bearing - 4X greater longevity
The cooling fan utilizes two-ball bearing technology, increasing the longevity of the fans by up to 4 times.

Mute Fan Technology - 0db -Silent gaming
Mute Fan Technology intelligently turns off the fan below 60℃, providing silent gaming during medium and low load while reducing power consumption.

Dual Cooling Fan
PowerColor Fighter RX 6600 graphics card features a 2 x 90mm optimized fan design to maintain your card in the best cooling solution.

Heatpipe Direct Touch
Heatpipes directly contact the GPU to enhance heat dissipation efficiency. Together with an enlarged heatsink, the card is kept in the optimal cooling condition during gaming.
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  1. Dddd89's avatar
    If you’re on a proper budget a h610 motherboard can be had for £65 and pair it with an i3 12100f which is £90….good budget midrange pc 
  2. fishmaster's avatar
    AMD giving out some proper price/performance ratio goodness now at the low/midrange end of the market. Yes Nvidia has all the features but they suck at pricing. Therefore AMD is where the good money is going at low to midrange. High end Nvidia and AMD are clown pricing.
  3. The.Fat.Cat's avatar

    Got this exact card earlier in the year for £225 and it was worth it at the time.
    This is just silly money for a solid 1080p card that can also play plenty of games at 1440p with a few settings tweaked. (edited)
  4. plewis00's avatar
    This is a smashing card for under £200. It’s super efficient and runs nearly cold. I have an MSI Mech and it barely broke 50C in Furmark. Quite possibly the best value card on the market right now, either that or a used 1660 Super.
    InDaHouse's avatar
    Interesting. I thought the RX6600 was BETTER than 1660 Super not the same.

    I'm happy to be educated though

  5. sasuke0's avatar
    4060Ti and 7600 releases have been hilarious
    vicious5id's avatar
    I've been waaay out of the loop, would you be alright to explain, or drop a link to something that does?

    Specifically, hilarious good or bad?
  6. rectangularcuboid's avatar
    After three whole years we finally get a well priced GPU.
  7. danceswithhorses's avatar
    This should be much better than my nvidia 1060 3gb...at fairly decent price for an 8gb card too...and it runs cool, so i assume it should be quiet ?
    What's not to like ?
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    You'll get a LOT more performance form the 6600, well worth the upgrade.
    I'd be surprised if they last long at this price.
  8. Czubaka's avatar
    7600s are dropping and so are the 6600 prices. I've been expecting bigger gains but it seems to be only a bit faster than 6650xt.
    SN46's avatar
    SN46 Author
    Yeah 7600 is going to be around £270. so worth just picking the 6650xt up for £250 or less in some places.
  9. Dddd89's avatar
    I paid this for a used one about 3 months ago (triple fan model) good to see pricing going down. Can’t go wrong with this card, great card for 1080p
  10. toge's avatar
  11. tonyyeb's avatar
    Plus TCB @ 2.12%
  12. montyburns56's avatar
    Wow, a half decent 8GB graphics card for less than £200! At last!
  13. cjknowles1983's avatar
    Would be a decent upgrade from a evga 1070 card?
    plewis00's avatar
    Not really, they are quite close but the RX 6600 can do RT and is much more power efficient if that is important to you.
  14. CroMoly's avatar
    mihav's avatar
    noone can see the future but one thing is for sure that prices can't go down endlessly, if the manufacturers think price for that gpu will go to £150 they will just discontinue that model and stop producing it. also these gpu chips can be produced in just one place if there will be problem at that place these will also stop being produced. (edited)
  15. trev1976's avatar
    How would this pair with a I5 3570k @ 4.2ghz ? Thanks
    mihav's avatar
    all depends on what games and which res you play my friend, it will work with your cpu but imho most of the time you will be cpu bottlenecked - good news tho is that amd drivers work better than nvidia with older cpus (edited)
  16. DealSeeker9988's avatar
    This is more like it. Heat
  17. DarrenWingfield's avatar
    Finally pulled the trigger on this one. Paired with the promotion the last of us the price was to good to miss. Coming from a gtx 970 so this will be a great upgrade
    ccheeseb's avatar
    You get a copy of last of us? I ordered earlier. Was I meant to get it?
  18. mikat's avatar
    Paid £300 for this card about 9 months ago. Great for 1080p displays and decent at 1440p.
  19. mihav's avatar
    get this card and b650m ds3h for 116£ at box and ccl pair it with an ryzen 7600 sometimes comes up at £145 on aliexpress. happy days
  20. liltman's avatar
    So my friend actually wants a gpu now, she won't use it for gaming. Just for work, video calls and multi monitor setup.
    This price is so cheap, I doubt she could do much better or would it be betterto go Nvidia in regards to Zoom Group meetings? Or can AMD handle stuff like that ok. I have no idea about AMD GPU's!
    I hear this ones quite good with power too, i.e doesn't need too much and a 500w PSU is fine. She has a 550w.

    Anyone see any potential issues or would this be the best bang for buck card for work/video calls while having a 3monitor setup.
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    It'll handle Zoom etc just fine.
    It is overkill for what she'll use it for so might be better off buying a lower end card if there is one for a lot less, maybe even go 2nd hand.

    If there's nothing else for maybe £120 or less, then this one could be an option.
    I'll have a quick look to see if there's anything a lot cheaper than would be fine. (edited)
  21. Dddd89's avatar
    Tbh any modern graphics card can handle zoom, could even get a used card on eBay such as an Rx 570 for about 60 pounds
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Just checked and the 570 actually has 3 DP outputs, which is what they want. (edited)
  22. Evyus's avatar
    hey all, is the last of us still available for free while placing an order today? it may appear that the offer only apply until the end of day yesterday (Sunday)... that is... if I read correctly the T&Cs
    can someone please confirm?
    Evyus's avatar
    I managed to get the code (and the game)
  23. Number3's avatar
    This looks like a great value price point. I got a 3060ti for £340 quite a while back, but I regret not waiting for something like this now since I'm just a casual gamer anyway.
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