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PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6600 XT
Sweclockers
Nordics
The Red Devil 6600 XT, like its larger siblings, produces excellent results even when subjected to demanding conditions, thanks to the dual-fan cooler. Because the card is so quiet, you'll have a difficult time hearing it if you try.
PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6600 XT
Guru3D Publishing
Netherlands
A similar pattern can also be seen with the sound level where there is hardly any increase when the graphics card is set to the OC mode, but increases by only 0.5 dBA in the editor's test environment. Both BIOS modes also add up very well with barely audible 38 dBA for the Silent mode while OC steps up to 38.5 dBA. Despite this, the card does not suffer from high temperatures but lands with the Silent mode at a very comfortable 67 degrees.
PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6600 XT
Eurogamer
UK
The Red Devil model we were supplied with is some distance above RRP, but it does provide good performance and minimal noise while only hitting around 73C at maximum during our sustained testing period. The build quality here looks good too, with a metal backplate and a suitably menacing red glow towards the rear of the card, so definitely a good choice for a red-themed build.
PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6600 XT
Hexus
UK
The Red Devil implementation. Outstanding temps and low noise are matched by decent overclocking
PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6600 XT
BabelTech
US
PowerColor’s Red Devil RX 6600 XT is a solidly-built good-looking RGB card with higher clocks out of the box than the reference version and it overclocks decently.  It trades blows with and overall beats the RTX 3060 in many rasterized games.  Although we have no price, it is a kick-ass RX 6600 XT.  Hopefully there will be some solid supply and the market pricing will normalize after the cryptocurrency pandemic ends (relatively soon!).
PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6600 XT
HotHardware
US
we can also report that both PowerColor Radeon RX 6600 XT cards remain quiet under normal operation. At idle both cards were inaudible over the other fans in our test rig. And the Red Devil is effectively silent, because its fans completely stop when the GPU temperature is below 60°C. Under load, the fans on both cards do spin up to audible levels, but they remain quiet and only produce a dull whir.
PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6600 XT
Noticias 3D
Spain
Regarding the PowerColor unit, we have before us a new example of its good implementation, with the same advances of the Red Devil series that we had already seen in previous models this one continue to successfully consolidate the brand. We have room for overclocking and a good dissipation system that grants it, so lovers of these activities will appreciate it. Regarding the 6600 XT family from AMD, we can say with all force that AMD has done a good job ensuring a great representative of the mid-range, balanced in price (AMD confirms that it will be € 389.99) and benefits and that Hopefully, it doesn't cost too much to find it and with an amount within reason. We will see how NVIDIA reacts to this new challenge.We awarded the PowerColor Red Devil AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT 8GB the N3D Recommended Award.
PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6600 XT
golem
Germany
"If you are primarily looking for a graphics card for 1080p, you won't go wrong with the Radeon RX 6600 XT compared to the slightly more expensive and barely faster Geforce RTX 3060 Ti. However, this only applies to games with raster optics, because the (too) small Infinity Cache is almost a total failure with demanding ray tracing titles and Nvidia's offer is much better.
For this, the Radeon RX 6600 XT needs between 150 watts and 170 watts, depending on the model, which makes it clearly more efficient than a Geforce RTX 3060 Ti - it needs at least 200 watts. In our test, the RX 6600 XT Fighter from Powercolor was extremely economical with less than 4 watts when idling, while the Red Devil from the same manufacturer scores with whisper-quiet operation thanks to the silent firmware switch."
PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6600 XT
ComputerBase
Germany
"The PowerColor RX 6600 XT Red Devil brings premium to the entry-level model

The PowerColor Radeon RX 6600 XT Red Devil is the exact opposite. It is a premium model with an elaborate cooler, great optics and haptics, elaborate RGB lighting and two different BIOS versions. This is something that is desired with a Radeon RX 6800 XT, but can be superfluous with a ""cheap"" graphics card such as the Radeon RX 6600 XT or is only desired by a small clientele. That doesn't make the Red Devil bad (vs Pulse), because it is also very quiet (if not as quiet) and offers all the luxury that the competition does not offer. But since this is not really needed with the entry-level basic model, it is only enough for second place with the PowerColor Radeon RX 6600 XT Red Devil."
PowerColor
Red Devil RX 6600 XT
TechCritter
Morocco
1.The lightings are not overwhelmingly bright
2.Good 1080P gaming performance
3.GPU temperature never goes beyond 65°C even after along hours gaming session
4.Cooler performs reasonably well
5.Can toggle between OC and Silent mode
6.Quiet operation
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