PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6800|
|Game Clock||OC mode: Up to 1980 MHz |
Gaming mode: Up to 1925 MHz
|Boost Clock||OC mode: Up to 2190 MHz |
Gaming mode: Up to 2155 MHz
|Stream Processors||3840 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||16 Gbps|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||250W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||650W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||320 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||12.60" x 5.52"|
|Slot Width||2.9 slot|
1 x TUF certificate of Reliability
1 x ASUS ruler
1 x Collection card
1 x Speedsetup Manual
|Date First Available||November 25, 2020|
Pros: Fits well with Mobo (MSI MAG X570 Tomahawk) Fit perfect in case (Lian Li Lancool One) The Tuf Gaming area has a small bit of RGB at the top of the card. Looks nice with the provided Ryzen 9 rgb fan.
Overall Review: To be frank, I bought this card because it was the only one available after trying to find a card for months. I’m pleasantly surprised how well this performs. Able to run max settings on COD: Warzone. Keeps a steady ~150 frames at 1440p Paired with a Ryzen 9 3900x. If you’re impatient waiting for a 3080 and don’t mind the small downgrade, I wouldn’t hesitate. GL with your graphics card hunt.
Pros: - Pair really well with AMD CPU (I'm currently using a gen 3 Ryzen CPU) - Can run Doom Eternal at 4K with high/ultra settings at 60+ FPS - Can run all modern games at 1440p with ease - Quite fans and rarely go above 70*C
Cons: - It's a chunky boy so make sure you have enough space in your PC case! (mine is a micro-ATX case and it barely fits) - Not recommend to turn ray-tracing on even if the hardware allows it (it will choke the performance and decrease FPS severely)
Overall Review: Coming from AMD R9 series, I have to say AMD really nailed this new GPU! Solid performance and compete head-to-head with RTX 3070 at 1080p, 1440p and even at 4K! Not to mention the massive 16GB VRAM, this beast can definitely handle any future games in the next 5 years or more. The only down side of this GPU is the fact that AMD is still testing out their ray-tracing cores with this generation, so I still recommend to go get a RTX 3070 or 3080 if you care about ray-tracing and DLSS.
Pros: doesn't overheat, and good fps
Cons: needs a gpu brace for the sag. driver limits any overclocking so it will only get close to a 6800xt. getting driver crashes with an error saying going to default. same with auto oc, and default settings. will also randomly stop working with gpu fault light on motherboard. happens randomly while gaming, or just surfing, and watching videos. when connected to my 8k tv, my 4k monitor goes nuts with over exposed images, and fine lines not seen at all. likely driver issues with multiple displays. the image on the 8k tv is not affected.
Overall Review: i want to, because have always had great reliability with asus products since the late 90's, early 00's. since it does work great until i get the random driver fault, and gpu error i'm leaning towards driver fault as the 2080 super it replaced did not have any issues on the same tuf x570 wifi board. only changes that were made after install was i upgraded to the newest bios, and drivers via Armory crate.
Pros: Not sagging in the case even though its huge. Great performance and looks beautiful! Syncing well will 3700x and free sync monitor It’s AMD and I’m happy to support the better tech giant
Cons: Hard to fit in smaller mid-sized cases. Had to put it in the lower gpu slot on my motherboard to still have 2 intake fans on the front panel. Heat output is REAL, this thing runs hot! Really miss Nvidia software, nicer and cleaner to use.
Overall Review: Switching from Intel to AMD was a tough choice but I’m glad with the results, although the temps for this card shouldn’t be so high. I’m loving the new frames!
Pros: Very powerful card. Fans barely run and when they do, are hardly noticeable. Very simplistic look even with the minimal rgb lighting on the card. Sturdy/strong card.
Cons: AMD drivers are slightly problematic. Software is complicated to look at and will take time to get used to. Big size.
Overall Review: Would recommend if you can get your hands on one.
Pros: awesome card runs a little loud but that might be due to my mesh side panels, fits like a glove in the phanteks shift 2 air. Great for 1440 gaming with a little in game setting tweaks you can get 144 he easy without overclocking
Cons: Nothing really
Overall Review: 1000000000% recommend this card
Overall Review: Very Powerful Gpu with amazing Temps
Pros: silent and stable, no crash, everything working perfect. Great job Asus.
Overall Review: I would this card again.
The card that rivals RTX 3070!
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