It was recently revealed that AMD is planning a new model for its RX 6000 series after reviewing changes made to AMD’s software. This information indicates that another desktop graphics card based on Navi 24 will be released this year – the third in this series. This new graphics card follows the releases of the AMD RX 6500XT and RX 6400 graphics cards.
AMD has revealed that GPU performance API version 3.10 will support the new RX 6300 graphics card. AMD has yet to officially mention the new SKU, so there are speculations that the unreleased card is currently in production. Another interesting point is that the developer changelog for the API only mentions the RX 6300 model and does not mention any other options in the line such as the RX 6300M currently used for laptops. If AMD releases the Radeon RX 6300 this year, it will be considered one of the lowest performing graphics cards in the RDNA2 family. There is speculation that the amount of memory will be around 2 GB, since such a distribution of memory is seen in the RX 6300M for laptops.