The 6600XT is a really significant release from AMD, as they look to build on their successes from the 6000 series in a more budget-friendly package. Arguably this card comes as the successor to the Radeon 5600XT, a card released back in 2019. AMD's absence from the budget market has been sorely missed, which makes the 6600XT a tantalising proposition.
When it comes to building a Gaming PC in 2021, it can be hard to get hold of the latest components. Building on a budget amplifies those issues even further, as price conscious consumers look to build a Gaming PC without breaking the bank! In this piece we'll be showing how you can actually build a solid, budget 1080p Gaming PC Build in 2021 with off the shelf components!
Connectivity on the board is another strong suit, though it should be given the motherboards MSRP. With plenty of 4pin PWM fan headers, 4 RGB headers along the bottom (2 x 3-pin addressable and 2 x 4-pin non addressable), a pair of USB 3.0 headers and USB C you’re pretty well catered for. A pair of USB 2.0 headers are also useful when more and more RGB controllers are requiring the ports.
1440p gaming in 2021 has never been better, with the release of new powerful GPUs from AMD and Nvidia. In this build we've put together a fantastic RTX 3070 system, that boasts strong credentials for high frame gaming in the latest titles.
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