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PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6800|
|Boost Clock||2155 MHz|
|Stream Processors||3840 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||16000 MHz|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||2 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||2 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||250W|
|System Requirements||System PSU Limitation: 650W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||600W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Features||Powered by RDNA2 Radeon RX 6800|
Integrated with 16GB GDDR6 256-bit memory interface
WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System with alternate spinning fans
Graphene nano lubricant
RGB Fusion 2.0
Protection metal back plate
|Max GPU Length||286 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||11.26" x 4.41"|
|Date First Available||December 01, 2020|
Pros: was a good chip
Cons: Broke in less than a yr
Overall Review: nope
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Pros: -Play most AAA games on max settings with ease. -Pretty quiet card surprisingly considering the power of the card. -Sturdy and simple.
Cons: So far none. Will update if concerns arise.
Overall Review: Worth the money considering recent cards.
Pros: - Shipped within a day, arrived within 3 - Very good performance out of the box and with a mild OC on top of that able to get very good performance out of this card - runs very cool, no thermal issues - solid build quality
Cons: - Fans get very loud at high speeds - I'm not a hug fan of the aesthetics - very thicc card, basically a triple slot design, ended up blocking 2 of my sata ports
Overall Review: - I would recommend this to anyone looking to game 1440p 60 ultra on current AAA SP titles and 144hz on AAA multiplayer titles at High settings. - Esports games (csgo, valorant, RL) easily hitting 1440p 144hz max settings - I am honestly suprised at how well this card performs, I was orignally looking for a 6800XT or 3080, but this was what I actually got ordered and delivered and I am not disapointed. The card is a beast, especially coming from a RX 480.
Pros: - Great value at the sub-$550 price point - Runs cool and quiet in gaming with undervolt to 1000mV - Easily hits at least 60 FPS in native 2K on almost all the most demanding titles - Easily stays above 100 FPS in native 2K on less demanding games - Better value than the RTX 3070Ti at most discounted prices - Even beats the RTX 3080Ti on some titles in 2K - Twice the VRAM of the 3070Ti for futureproofing and/or 4K gaming if desired - Tuning the card in AMD's software is not too hard and provides a lot of useful options
Cons: - Underrated - Frequent stock issues early on as higher-end cards in this segment got more priority - Underwhelming Ray Tracing performance if that matters to you - Firmware update required to work with Gigabyte's RGB software - Gigabyte's GPU firmware updater not working for me, does not launch
Overall Review: Ah the RX 6800, a card which now rides into the sunset without much fanfare being overshadowed by its higher-end siblings, with newest generation GPUs having been announced or debuted, and stock of previous gen cards selling out once and for all. I've been blown away by the price to performance this card offers for 2K gaming at its final price point of $540 just before selling out. Priced between the RTX 3070 and RTX 3070Ti at MSRP and performing between the two at 2K resolution in some titles but better than the 3070Ti in a number of others, this card offers fantastic price to performance. It even matches or gets close to the 3080Ti's performance in some games at 2K. I've seen no issue maintaining at the very least 60 FPS in FF7R, FF14, and Monster Hunter: Rise so far at native 2K with graphics settings absolutely maxed. I anticipate years of maxed-out 2K gaming and even some potential 4K gaming on less demanding titles in the future with this card, as it has exceeded expectations in all aspects so far. I have been using a 750W PSU for years now, was uncertain about getting a 6800 XT due to the higher PSU requirement than the base 6800, and wanted good 2K performance without needing a card that would require an upgrade my PSU to higher wattage. After some research, I found this card fit the bill. Undervolted to 1000mV, the card doesn't often pull more than 150W while gaming and even left stock with the power limit increased 10%, I have yet to see it pull more than 235W which is still below AMD's board power spec of 250W. While undervolted, it pulls not much more power than my previous RX 580 did while delivering significantly more performance. It's amazing what this card pulls off. In my full ATX case, I am able to get good enough air flow to reduce the maximum fan speed to 65% on this triple-fan Gigabyte and still not see temperatures exceed 68C while gaming with an undervolt to 1000mV. The system is so much quieter now and it is less hot in my room compared to when I was using the RX 580 I upgraded from. I had originally placed high value on ray tracing performance, but the performance of the RTX 4080 and projected performance of the RX 7900 XT were both not impressive enough to sway me. I decided ray tracing is still too immature to really be a priority to me right now, and quickly purchased this 6800 just days before it would sell out for good. So far I love my RX 6800 and do not have any regrets about purchasing it. Assuming this card does not fail and lasts me for many years, I probably never will at this rate!
Pros: price was very good for 6800
Overall Review: great price/perf value. it clocks great against other 6800 and was the cheapest option
Pros: running this in a nr200p itx build, sf600 psu, 5600x cpu, 16gb 3600 cl16 ram, crucial p3 plus 1tb. everything runs smooth no crashes or anything runnink 4k on gigabyte m32uc monitor. forza 5 looks amazing runs on ultra with ray tracing medium has just run everything I throw at it. was skeptical at first everyone said this would barely run 4k 144hz doing great so far haven't really played a+ titles yet but so far really impressed for under $500.
Cons: the width couldn't put slim fans at bottom of my case but temps haven't been a issue so far
Overall Review: this was my solution for 4k gaming on my budget, so far it's been great
Pros: Runs great, every game Ive thrown at it so far runs 160 fps with no issues. Happy with the purchase!
Overall Review: Great card for the mone.
Pros: -Good over clocking headroom -Great thermals even in a case with restricted airflow -Great Build quality feels sturdy with a metal alloy build and looks good too
Overall Review: -better performance than a 3060 ti even for a nice model
Pros: It is fantastic at what it does and is hella easy to install. It looks really nice too with the Gigabyte logo in RGB.
Overall Review: Awesome GPU in all forms. Runs games really well, has great cooling, and looks great!
Good card at the price point
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