PCI Express 4.0
|Model||RX6900XT OCF 16G|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6900 XT|
|Core Clock||2125 MHz|
|Game Clock||P BIOS: Up to 2295 MHz|
Q BIOS: Up to 2165 MHz
|Boost Clock||P BIOS: Up to 2475 MHz|
Q BIOS: Up to 2365 MHz
|Stream Processors||5120 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|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||1000W|
|Power Connector||3 x 8-Pin|
21 Phase Power Design
OC Formula 3X Cooling System
Striped Axial Fan
Stylish Metal Backplate
0dB Silent Cooling
Super Alloy Graphics Card
|Max GPU Length||332 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||13.07" x 5.39"|
|Slot Width||Triple Slot|
- 1 x Quick Installation Guide
- 1 x Graphics Card Holder
|Date First Available||April 16, 2021|
Pros: Out of the box, this thing beats the average on all tests. Passmark GPU test shows 28,000+ points for this card, and the average for a 6900 XT is 25,000 points or so. This is more than competitive with the 3090 which averages 26,000. A couple of tweaks and you can probably get this thing past 30,000 easily.
Cons: Not really a con, but you should know that it is huge at over 13" long and triple slot. Also it recommends a 1000w power supply. Buildzoid from Actual Hardcore Overclocking, looked at the power delivery on this card and it's very well built (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Azvn6H1vX28), but can require more power in transient loads. If you want the best air-cooled 6900 XT, you have to know what you're getting.
Overall Review: No load that I've thrown at this thing even makes it work hard. It's a beast of a card, and it should be for this tier of product. In an age where RTX3090 is twice the price, this thing is faster in everything but raytracing, but it does that too. That's a bargain right now.
Pros: The secret to this card is It's built on the Navi 21 XTXH graphics chip which is designed to one-up existing Navi 21 XTX designs by enabling higher clocks at higher power limits with higher voltage. This is the best 6900XT you can buy atm. My card worked out of the box and you can shut off the RGB if that's not your thing. As long as this card is, it will fit with room to spare in a Lian Li 011 Mini case. The price for this card has come down a bit and was still cheaper then the Grn Team's best offering.
Cons: The card is long and heavy and you will need to use the included support bracket As tested, my 850 PSU W/70amps will not work with this card. You will need a 1000w W/83Amps. (The PSU recommendation is spot on) Requires 3 "SEPARATE" 8pin connectors (do not daisy train the connectors!) And lastly beware, it has produced Nightmares of $1500 slipping out of my wallet, night after night!
Overall Review: Overall very happy with this card and my purchase. It will play any game out there and with a 3 year warranty you can buy with confidence.
Pros: -Sturdy: This card feels like a brick, weighs like one too. This card feels like the engineers wanted to make sure you get your moneys worth and it shows. -Large Card: this card is a triple slot gpu thats 332mm long. You can see how much clearance there is in my case which is supposed to fit up to 330mm lol make sure your care can fit. -Minimal RGB: I like that it doesnt have huge amounts of rgb. It looks tasteful but this could be a turn off if you want all the RGBs
Cons: -Heat: This card generates a lot of heat when it is going at 90%+ utilization. So if you dont have good cooling in your case your are going to be hotboxing your components. -Minimal RGB: see what I said before.
Overall Review: I really like this Card. Its a real upgrade coming from a rx580. I feel like i could have this card for years and not miss out on games coming out in the future. It feels great that now I dont have to do the graphics settings dance anymore. This is that wow factor you always hear about when people talk about upgrading. Extremely happy with my purchase.
Pros: *Great performance in 4k or 2k. *Will run any game ultra settings with speed to spare. * RGB, quality fans, eye catching design. *includes card brace to reduce card flex *card is very sturdy and well built. *3-8pin power connectors to spread the power out over 3 connectors vs 2 reducing power connection failure, and keeping the board cooler in that area under heavy loads, and long term use. * Performance/Quiet mode switch (mine is on Performance because thats what the card is built for) *LED on/off switch
Cons: *The card is very heavy, although not a con for me personally in my mind to be expected at this performance level. *card takes up 3 slots and is longer than the average card(again not an issue for myself) but maybe some. *The card tends to run on the hot side in a few games just running the lobby. Ex; Cod:warzone, Pubg, other COD games and Halo also. I fixed it by limiting lobby fps to 60 fps and it runs at 40*c vs 100*c on junction temp. and 38*c vs 70*c. some poorly optimized games tend to run a bit hot, but it may be a driver or issue with game itself. *Warranty...N.E states warranty period is 3 years, Asrock website states 1 year. Not sure which is correct.
Overall Review: I really like the card and design over all. The performance is great and it benchmarks in the top 3 of all the other 6900xt cards. It runs cool enough, even on performance mode. The drivers are great. I play on a 3440x1440 34" wide screen 144hz and I get max frames on all games that i play max settings, raytracing and all that on and still can't max the card out. Coming from a 5700xt watercooled overclocked card it was a huge difference in performance. The only thing I am a little irritated about is the warranty, this being a top teir enthusiast performance product for not so little money should come with a 3 year warranty atleast. I have used nothing but asrock products and mobos for years and never had an issue, but would still like a decent warranty period in case something happens down the road as I intend on keeping this card for a while and am waiting to hear back from Asrock as to what exactly the warranty is... Overall great card for price and performance in current market obviously cheaper than other alternatives.
Pros: Beefy, giant of a video card. Playing Red Dead 2 with Ultra graphic settings on everything and this holds at 78% overall usage and temperature stays at around 58-60 Celsius. Benchmark tests from various sites show it as a UFO, so I guess that's cool too.
Cons: Not necessarily a con, but due to the awesomeness of this device, just be sure you have a large enough case for this. I have a mid tower ATX and a liquid cooler/radiator combo for my CPU on the front. The GPU is right against the radiator, almost had to force it in, so barely fits a mid tower if you have radiator in the front. Should be fine if your cooler is mounted on top of the case though. Full tower ATX definitely will fit it.
Overall Review: I would recommend to others who can afford it and want a great gaming experience.
Pros: much stronger than the reference , stays cool and is quiet
Cons: It is huge . and power hungry. alot bigger than the reference card. the game codes are a bait. didnt work
Overall Review: i am happy with it. works fine. it came, and to my surprise it appeared new in box, so i was even happier
Pros: - satisfaction performance with affordable price for 6900xt ship - build quality like a hell
Cons: - too big .. need big case to handle it - Not for RGB People ( little RGB Strip on Corner Only)
Overall Review: incredible performance and one of best graphics card i try it .. this thing is A BEAST and make you open your mouth like turtle ^_^ If you find it .. buy it without excuses
Pros: -Will tackle anything you throw at it -Stays pretty cool and quiet for the most part under stock fan curves, at 100% they do not whine, but mostly "whrr" -Looks the part of it's price, most of the card is metal -Comes with a hefty anti-sag bracket made of metal -Just the right amount of RGB
Cons: -It is very long -Triple Slot Card (Dual PCI Slots, but the cooler is Triple slot in height), And with the Anti-Sag Bracket it takes up 6 PCI Slots. -The Olive color accent isn't the best in my opinion, but behind the Tempered glass and with RGB lights it mostly looks grey -Takes 3 PCI-E 8-pin Power adapters, And REQUIRES a minimum of a 1000 Watt PSU, but trust me, it needs it. -The price isn't for the faint of heart
Overall Review: If you are willing, or able to spend the money on this card, you will be plenty happy with your purchase. Besides, if you're buying top-end hardware like this, price shouldn't be much of a concern anyway. This card is meant for those who just want to play anything maxed out. I've been running this card for the past month or so and it hasn't done me bad once. It tackles anything no questions asked. Overall, it's just a monster.
Pros: Really powerful!!(Just as good as my asus strix 3090 maybe better in some games!!!) Stays cooler than the red devil ultimate my buddy has!! Quiet
Cons: No Ray tracing not that it matters that much right now in my opinion. Need to unlock power on card for overclocking.
Overall Review: GPU time spy score out of the box was almost 22,000! worth selling my asus strix to get this extra $$ in my pocket. Very impressed with this card. First time amd cpu and gpu and figuring everything out is kind of a pain. Do yourself a favor if you switch delete all nvidia and nvidia oc programs and should work flawless. NOTE this a huge card! Make sure you have room in your case and enjoy!! Was deciding between this and red devil ultimate or xfx limted black.. . So glad I got this one!!
Pros: Fast as hell, likes to average 2.5ghz range on default settings. Looks great and matches the Asrock oc formula mobo.
Cons: Price to performance is a hard pill to swallow, but if you want the best Radeon, this is it.
Overall Review: Finally gave team red a chance again for my GPU since the 9800 and am not disappointed, just a bit more poor.