Recently, Lenovo and PowerColor have “accidentally” confirmed the existance of an RX 6500XT and 6400, both with 4GB of VRAM.
The Lenovo Legion T5 PC
The Legion T5 listing with the card was found by twitter user, KOMACHI_ENSAKA. Who on December 11th posted an image with a Radeon RX 6500 XT 4GB GGR6 listed for one of Lenovo’s PCs. However, since then, the file has been deleted by Lenovo assumingly because they found the error.
It’s important to note the listing only shows 2 display outs, 1x HDMI 2.1 and 1x DP 1.4a. As well as this particular listing not going too in-depth about the specs.
The PowerColor 6500XT Eurasian Economic Commission filing
There were recently files made to the Eurasian Economic Commission (ECC) detailing two new entry level Radeon GPUs. It lists 10 6500XT models and 6 6400’s. Both with Navi 24 and 4GB. With no 2GB or 8GB models listed.
Also seen, the 6400 is told to be the only low-profile card in the RDNA2 lineup.
As well, the other “BC” (Blockchain Compute) cards are mining cards. Here, the BC-2235 is listed with 10GB of GDDR6 on RDNA1.