It appears that Sapphire will shortly introduce an unannounced Radeon RX 6700 desktop graphics card. This graphics card would contain 10GB of memory and fewer processing cores than the Radeon 6700 XT.
This is what the technology website Cowcotland asserts, Sapphire will provide two models, the 6700 and 6700 Pulse. Two cards with comparable technical specs but slightly different cooling systems. In both cases, we find a NAVI 22 GPU with the same specifications as the RX 6700M: 36 CU, 2308 SP, and 36 Ray Accelerators. There are additionally 80 MB of Infinity Cache memory and 10 GB of 160-bit GDDR6 memory at 16 Gbps. Both cards provide Game Clock frequencies of 2330 MHz and Boost Clock frequencies of 2495 MHz. The card interface is PCI Express 4.0 16x, and both models require a single 8-pin connector. The non-RX 6700 has Dual Slots, however the RX 6700 Pulse has 2.2 slots. On both versions, there are three DP 1.4 and one HDMI 2.1 port.
Prices will begin at 569 euros, with in-store availability beginning on June 9.