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PCI Express 4.0
|Series||Phantom Gaming D|
|Model||RX6800 PGD 16GO|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6800|
|Core Clock||1850 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2190 MHz|
|Stream Processors||3840 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||16 Gbps|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1 VRR|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4 with DSC|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Virtual Reality Ready||Yes|
|Thermal Design Power||Recommended PSU - 700W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
Phantom Gaming 3X Cooling System
Striped Axial Fan
Reinforced Metal Frame
Stylish Metal Backplate
0dB Silent Cooling
Super Alloy Graphics Card
|Max GPU Length||305 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||12.01" x 5.16"|
- 1 x Quick Installation Guide
|Date First Available||November 25, 2020|
Pros: I was targeting 1440 gaming with most max settings and not very interested in RT at this time. I was not disappointed. The Adrenaline driver suite is really robust. I never installed GeForce experience because the need to log in. Maybe it has the same functions but I really like the AMD driver suite. Maxed out settings in Red Dead Redemption 2, far cry 6. >100FPS on my 5900x system. 2 free game bonus a big bonus. Overlocking adds about 5%, dont expect much.
Cons: With a manual fan curve and higher fan speed, I can hear one of them rattle a little. Asrock Polychrome just for the GPU is unfortunate. It also corrupted my Asus AI Suite3 install. After reinstalling it happened again. Did NOT bother with polychrome again, so it just cycles RGB puke. Signal RGB doesnt detect it either, so thats not an option. Minimal overclocking performance gains.
Overall Review: My first AMD. GPU since the 9800 PRO AGP from then 1990s. Replaced my NVidia 1660 Super. For reference, 3D Mark Time Spy jumped from 6900 to 17,100. Excellent value for midrange. Also occasional performance upgrades with driver updates. Very happy!
Pros: -runs perfectly on linux (double check you are on latest kernel) -massive upgrade over previous card -smooth 4k performance -quiet -has been reliable without any crashes
Cons: -Amd doesn't have a Linux Control Panel GUI to easily manage fan control and overclocking
Overall Review: I held off buying a new graphics card for a long time. I was hoping to pick up a green team card, but the prices never were where I was comfortable investing. As I looked at the rx6000 series and saw some of the benchmarks where they hold their own against the competition and come at a relative discount when comparing the cost per frame per second I decided to pick up this card and switch to team red. Shipping was fast, had it the next day. Install was easy, and my 750 watt power supply handles it with no trouble. I run Linux predominantly and at first the card stuttered. I tried the AMD drivers but kept getting an install error. Then I realized I wasn't running the most updated version of my distro, and I updated the kernel. After that the computer runs perfectly. Windows users will benefit from the Adrenaline GUI software which offers neat settings. The Asrock Rx 6800 has met my expectations and has been a great value. I am running RDR2 4k with high settings on Linux with great stability and smooth performance at 60fps (my monitors max refresh).
Pros: Outstanding, This is a good solid card
Cons: The size, its a big card and will not fit in older PCs
Overall Review: Yes I would recommend this card
Pros: Runs everything max settings. My step son loves it. Fortnite runs at 270 to 300 frames. Not loud at all. 2- 8 pin connectors.
Cons: none that i can find so far.
Overall Review: overall great card for 500 bucks.
Pros: Great packing, so not damaged by the delivery goons Easy install Right to work!
Cons: A bit pricy
Overall Review: I haven't found a stressor for this card! Delivering everything expected and then some!
Pros: Can play any game at 1440 ultra while being 70-80+ fps without fsr or raytracing
Cons: The backplate is covering up the rgb fans and the fans are from the bottom so it doesnt look as cool
Overall Review: Great speeds, affordable, but doesnt look as cool as some other gpus
Pros: - Full Linux Support Out-of-the-Box - Stays chilly even under full load. - Cheaper than NVIDIA yet punches at the same weight.
Cons: - Nothing yet.
Overall Review: Jokes aside, this card is simply amazing with Linux. I'm keeping Windows around for some gaming, especially those that still refuse to run on Proton, but am switching entirely to Linux as my daily driver. My old Nvidia card gave me nothing but bugs and headaches that I couldn't resolve even after extensive troubleshooting, and it only barely worked after a ton of work; AMD on the other hand was simply plug-'n'-play. Not even just X, but Wayland, and it's buttery smooth. The year of the Linux Desktop is at hand. I do have a couple of issues yet on the Windows side with AMD (e.g. Playing a twitch game causes Apex to randomly lower frames), but I'm going to reinstall Windows soon anyway to have a fresh install, which I think should probably knock those bugs out. This card is a step up from my old Nvidia 2080RTX. Not just in performance but in terms of cooling. This card stays under 70C period, even under the heaviest demands. It pumps out a consistent 165Hz@2K in competitive gaming (albeit on low settings but that's what I always play at for competitive anyway). Keep in mind that I'm also driving a 1080p and 4K monitor (75, 60hz) at the same time as gaming. Benchmarks show this card butting heads with the RTX3080 in a lot of scenarios. The price I got this card at: just over $500, completely trashes Nvidia's grossly overpriced cards, for darn well near the same performance or better. 10/10
Pros: Runs AC Valhalla and more at max settings with no hitches at 90+fps
Cons: Coil whine(Possibly solved with undervolting but I havent tried it yet)
Overall Review: Definitely a good card. Kinda expensive but thats the market right now
Overall Review: Good alt to nvidia. The only thing that amd driver has issues with VR.
Overall Review: I am so happy with this gpu. First thing i do is crank graphics setting to max on every game ive played so far