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PCI Express 4.0
|Model||RX6700XT CLD 12GO|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6700 XT|
|Core Clock||2330 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2615 MHz|
|Stream Processors||2560 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||16 Gbps|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||230W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||650W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Features||7nm AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT Graphics|
12GB 192-bit GDDR6
AMD RDNA 2 Architecture
DirectX 12 Ultimate
PCI Express 4.0 Support
2 x 8-pin Power Connectors
3 x DisplayPort 1.4 with DSC / 1 x HDMI 2.1 VRR
Dual Fan Design
Striped Axial Fan
Stylish Metal Backplate
0dB Silent Cooling
Super Alloy Graphics Card
|Max GPU Length||269 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||10.59" x 5.28"|
|Slot Width||2 Slots|
- 1 x Quick Installation Guide
|Date First Available||June 28, 2021|
Pros: . next level from the 580. . Pushes at least 120 frames per second at ultra settings 165 Hz. .Streams pretty accurate while gaming at the same time thats what Ive been wanting to do and I can achieve that with this card. .Can run the card on a 500 W power supply .I do not overclock I do not do anything extra it pushes 120 frames per second out of the box !
Cons: Pricing ridiculous. 2 4pin connectors on the card was minor inconvenience because I had Open my case to find the other connectors that I have hidden away.
Overall Review: Awesome graphics drive. After I pay off my debt I will be getting another one for my wife as we are both PC gamers. It pushes ultra high settings at high frames per second with no problem, keeps cool have no issues so far. It was a plug and play for me. Just had to update it with the given program which I already had because I had a 580. Two buttons upgraded ready to go! To be realistic I was a little skeptical about ASrock, but its been pushing hard for me.
Pros: -Quiet (no coil whine for me) -High FPS 1080 maxed out settings -Good price -Installed easy -Much thinner than my RX 580 Power Color Golden Sample -highest temp I hit was about 65C
Cons: The box didn't have any stickers. All it came with was the card and an small instruction manual
Overall Review: I almost bought a 6800xt but after getting this card for $499 Canadian I couldn't be happier. This thing is great so far. I'd recommend if you want to max out everything in 1080. I'm sure it'd be great at 1440p as well, possibly okay at 4k. You won't need the 6800xt. Upgraded from RX 580 8gb. All settings maxed out - 1080p (5600x, 32gb 3600cl18 xmp) RDR 2 120-145fps. Destiny 2 - 144fps BO3 - 150-230fps D3 - 160fps nu-World of Warcraft - 170fps That's all I've had time for tonight but that's my first impression and I AM impressed.
Pros: Took a 3 foot fall (cat) in just the static bag and survived!! Plugged it in, installed drivers, no problems. SAM is the way to go, just makes the card perform even better (extra performance for free) Driver 23.2.2 even gave a little more as of this review. Cat is still alive.
Cons: None so far. 3 weeks in
Overall Review: Picked this up about 3 weeks ago, FPS in Rust went from 45-70 to 100-170, had to cap it as my tv is only 120hz. Old rig: I5 3570k 16g ddr3 rx580 8Gb New rig: R5 5600 32Gb Teamgroup memory Asrock 6700xt WOW what an improvement, it's worth waiting on tech until your current system has trouble running it. You get a way better "bang for your buck"
Pros: - Runs most everything I've thrown at it at either max or near max settings consistently at or over 60fps (1080p)
Cons: - Runs hot!
Overall Review: In a world where you need to wait for months until your chance to win the Newegg Shuffle to buy that RTX 3070 card you originally wanted, having the option to buy this card without having to participate in the shuffle was a godsend. I built my gaming PC back in January 2021, and had for 8 months religiously participated in daily shuffles and not once got a break to buy the card I originally wanted. After seeing reviews and charts and such, and realizing that this card is very close in performance to an RTX 3070, I decided to buy it and hope for the best. I have to say, I'm impressed. This card has run most games I've played at 60fps or more using max settings (at 1080p). I haven't tried using RTX in games that support it, but my understanding is that this card takes a huge performance penalty in those scenarios. The AMD drivers and software aren't as bad as I remember them to be, and I was able to use MSI Afterburner to manually modify the fan curves. Speaking of which, the default fan curve is very passive. The card would routinely hit 90-95C temps while gaming, which is something I had never had happen to me with nvidia cards. Adjusting the fan curves has helped me keep them in the 60-70C range, which I am far more comfortable with. But apparently these cards can handle the hot temperatures. I guess what I'm trying to say is, if you haven't been using AMD cards for a while, and you need that upgrade ASAP, this card is a very solid contender for the money. I am very happy with the performance boost (upgrading from a GTX 970) and super happy that after so many months I can finally play in my new gaming PC.
Pros: Plug and Play, couldn't be simpler. Have your new drivers ready to install.
Cons: Make sure your power supply can handle the demand this requires. Virtually no documentation with product, everything was online somewhere, but easy enough to find.
Overall Review: I'm Really Happy. I was waiting for prices to come down to MSRP range. Went from a GTX 1060 (6Gb mem) to this RX 6700 XT. My Time Spy GPU benchmark went from 4528 up to 12,805. That's almost triple. And that's on my Z390 motherboard, which has limits from the onboard PCIe to version 3.0. The 1060 was overclocked, and the 6700XT was stock. Can't wait to try overclocking and undervolt this card to get even better scores. Running latest Win 10 with a 850 watt PSU. No trouble with drivers, just delete the ones from your old card first.
Pros: very nice design, is a TRUE 2 slot card... ie it doesn't get in the way of a card slot below it. look at the photos of the different brand cards because a lot of them spill over to the slot below it and hit/get in the way of nearby pci slots, this one does not. functions perfectly, temps are well within check. good quality unit overall
Overall Review: I have had great luck with ASRock products. i have an old ASRock P55 motherboard from 2009, an ASRock usb 3.1 gen 2 add in card and this video card. all good quality units. yes, this is installed in a system from 2009 with a core i7 860 gpu and i know the cpu is bottlenecking this card by a fair margin, but i have been able to run every game on ultra so far sans ray tracing... even modern games. granted its not into the hundreds of fps, it's within 30-60 fps 1080p which my monitor is maxed out. i rarely upgrade, obviously, so when it's time this card will go into a new system and get a huge boost with a new cpu. highly recommend this card based on it's price, performance and build quality
Overall Review: I would recommend for other buyers!
Overall Review: the size is pretty good to fit my mini itx pc case.
Pros: Great price, great 1080p/1440p card.
Cons: AMD drivers had issues after first install and generally required me to install and reinstall drivers multiple times, even after using DDU tool.
Overall Review: Great card, purchased for 500 CAD which is much cheaper than the 3060ti which is slightly worse, and much cheaper than the 3070 which has a slight gain.
Pros: Works great for 1080p and 1440p. Quiet, and doesnt have crazy high power draw
Cons: Price Is Too D*mn High
Overall Review: I would recommend at 350 -300 doll hairs
Solid card, great performance, runs hot
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So far this Baby has played everything at greatness level, no matter what I throw at it.
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