We looked at the special Radeon RX 6400 models produced by MSI and ASUS. Unlike its competitors, Gigabyte has released two different graphics card models with dual fans: Radeon RX 6400 EAGLE 4G and Radeon RX 6400 D6 Low Profile 4G.
Radeon RX 6400 EAGLE 4G graphics card dual blade fan, composite copper heat pipes, a copper plate attached to the GPU, and 3D graphics working together to provide efficient heat dissipation It has Windforce 2X cooling system with active fans. The fans use graphene nano-lubricant, which can extend fan life by 2.1 times, providing nearly double ball bearing life while ensuring quiet operation.
RX 6400 D6 Low Profile 4G model, as the name suggests, has adopted a weaker and thinner cooling design. Thus, it is possible to use this card in a variety of small form factor cases. Finally, both Gigabyte’s RX 6400 graphics cards run at a base frequency of 1923 MHz and a boost frequency of 2321 MHz.
AMD enables 12 of 16 RDNA 2 compute units on silicon, giving us 768 stream processors, 48 TMUs, 12 Beam Accelerators and 32 ROPs. However, a top model RX 6500 XT uses 4GB of GDDR6 memory along with a 64-bit memory bus. The memory speed remains the same at 16 Gbps, which means a theoretical bandwidth of 128 GB/s. In addition, let’s add that there is an Infinity Cache cache with a capacity of 16 MB.