Digital Foundry RX 6600 review:
A new graphics card has arrived: the $329/£299 RX 6600, little brother to the RX 6600 XT that launched back in August. It's intended to compete against Nvidia's RTX 3060, which also has a $329 RRP, as well as older graphics cards like Nvidia's RTX 2060, 2060 Super and 2070.

Ultimately though, the RX 6600 is a hard sell. Yes, it can outperform the RTX 2060 Super and RTX 2070 - but only sometimes. Yes, it can beat the RTX 3060 - but only in a handful of games, and more often than not falls 10 percent behind. Yes, it can stretch to 1440p gaming, but other cards from both AMD and Nvidia scale much better. Yes, it can play games with ray tracing, but pretty much every Nvidia RTX graphics card is way faster here. Yes, it has HDMI 2.1 and AV1 decode, but so do all current-gen graphics cards. If your choice is the RX 6600 at RRP or nothing, then sure, get the RX 6600! It's a modern graphics card, and modern graphics cards are pretty good! But if you have the choice of the RX 6600 and another current-gen graphics card... in most cases, you'd be better off going for the other option.
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