A number of Chinese and Argentinian stores have started retail sales of the entry-level Radeon RX 6400 graphics accelerator. The novelty is available in non-standard versions from MSI and local Chinese manufacturers.
One of the sellers not only provided pictures of the graphics card, but also shared a screenshot of the GPU-Z utility showing its characteristics. They basically correspond to the specifications of the OEM version of the accelerator that was presented in January of this year. At the heart of the Radeon RX 6400 is the Navi 24 GPU with 768 stream processors, 32 ROPs, 48 texture units and 12 ray tracing acceleration units.
The chip’s gaming frequency is 2039 MHz, and the maximum is 2321 MHz. The card has 4GB of GDDR6 memory with a 64-bit interface. Strangely, the memory speed of the non-reference sample is lower than the OEM version, being 14Gb/s (1750MHz) rather than 16Gb/s (2000MHz). Here we can assume that non-reference versions use slower memory, or we talk about some features of a specific example in the screenshot below. The power consumption of the graphics card is 53 watts.
In the Chinese synthetic Ludashi test, the card scores just over 18,000 points, which roughly corresponds to the Radeon RX 580 and is slightly slower than the GeForce GTX 1650.
A card from TAA is offered on the Chinese marketplace JD.com offered for about $250. In an Argentine store, prices for a novelty from MSI range from $443 to $461. According to the latest rumours, official retail sales of the Radeon RX 6400 will start in May at the earliest.