This is clearly not a top solution.
On October 28, AMD will present video cards of the Radeon RX 6000 line. We do not yet know which video cards will be presented: perhaps only top models will be shown to us, perhaps a lot of new products will be announced at once.
Perhaps this will be the inexpensive Radeon RX 6500 XT. There are data on the new AMD GPU with RDNA2 architecture
Based on early data, we know that at least three GPUs are waiting for us: Navi 21, Navi 22, and Navi 23. Navi 21 is the same “Big Navi” that will serve as the basis for flagship video cards, probably named RX 6900 or RX 6950.
Today, information about a GPU codenamed Navy Flounder has appeared on the Web. We don’t know if we are talking about Navi 22 or Navi 23, but there are characteristics. This GPU will receive 40 CUs, which is the same as the Navi 10 that underlies the Radeon RX 5700/5700 XT. At the same time, if the internal configuration of the blocks remains basically the same, the Navy Flounder will have 2560 stream processors. Given the metamorphosis of the Ampere architecture, it cannot be ruled out that there will actually be more stream processors.
The source also claims that the Navy Flounder-based video card will receive a 192-bit memory bus, which hints at a fairly affordable device. At the same time, the adapter will probably have 6 GB of memory. Perhaps this is how the conditional Radeon RX 6500 XT will look like, but for now, this is fortune-telling on the coffee grounds.