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PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6700 XT|
|Game Clock||2424 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2581 MHz|
|Stream Processors||2560 Stream Processors|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||230W|
|System Requirements||PCI Express compatible motherboard with one x16 PCIe slot.|
Minimum 650W or greater power supply NOTE: Minimum recommended system power supply wattage is based on the specific graphics card and the typical power requirements of other system components. Your system may require more or less power. OEM and other pre-assembled PCs may have different power requirements.
Minimum 8GB of system memory. Recommended 16GB.
Installation software requires a keyboard, a mouse, and a display.
A display with HDMI, or DisplayPort is required.
Supported operating systems include Linux, Windows 7*, Windows 10. 64-bit operating system required. (*Does not support all features including but not limited to Hardware Raytracing.)
DirectX 12 and Vulkan support.
For information on AMD Radeon VR Ready Premium visit amd.com/VRready.
|Recommended PSU Wattage||650W|
|Power Connector||1 x 6-Pin, 1 x 8-Pin|
|Features||AMD RDNA 2 Architecture|
96MB Infinity Cache
12GB GDDR6 Memory
PCI Express 4.0
AMD Freesync Technology
|Max GPU Length||260 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||10.24" x 4.72"|
|Slot Width||2.2 Slot|
|Date First Available||March 18, 2021|
Pros: Card works as intended and is great at 1080p and 1440p. Pairs great with Ryzen if you can get a new 5000 series CPU
Cons: AMD has not released their Fidelity SR update so Ray tracing is meh...
Overall Review: Great buy if you care about Ray tracing
Pros: -Performance on par with 3070 [No DLSS] -Runs cool
Cons: - Little to no overclocking headroom - A little loud. - Lackluster Raytracing Performance [I really didn't care]
Overall Review: Won as a Newegg Shuffle and paired with a 5600x its a beast for sure. Comparing to a friend's 3070 it ran almost equal in all games. A little loud, plus the sound is quite annoying. Overall really happy though. Waiting for the software DLSS equivalent AMD promised.
Pros: Great 1440P card Quiet, even with the fans working hard
Cons: Puts out a lot of heat. GPU temps are plenty low, but you could cook breakfast with the exhaust it throws out to keep it that cool.
Overall Review: Bought this card as a replacement for my GTX 1060 that I had to donate to keep a family member's PC running. This is leaps and bounds ahead. I have a 1440P 165hz monitor with FreeSync and the thing gets buttery smooth display at native resolution with all the eye candy on. I mainly play World of Warcraft, and run with max settings and Ray Traced shadows, and FSR off. Very immersive experience. I occasionally play FPS games, as well... But I'm not competitive. I just like the single player campaigns and this handles those quite well.
Pros: My aging Powercolor Vega 64 finally died after years (purchased at launch) of faithful service and after many long hours of researching it's replacement I choose this GPU. The GPU runs everything I throw at it very well and has been running great in my system. As you can see in the system images it's short length fits perfect in my Lian Li 011 with the radiator and fans installed.
Cons: None that I can think of.
Overall Review: Would recommend Sapphire GPUs to anyone looking to upgrade..
Pros: Performs well did everything I expected. From watching the reviewsIt will get me by until the next generation.
Cons: Wasn't the card I was looking for but in this market you take what you can get. I thought the price for performance was a little higher than it should have been, again in the current market....
Overall Review: Decent card performs as a mid-range should. I would recommend it as a mid-range card if the price was just a little bit lower
Pros: Plays any game I throw at it at a high framerate without any issues Runs nice and cool compared to my last one DOESN'T BREAK THE BIOS LIKE THE GIGABYTE CARDS.
Cons: Some slight whine from the card under load from very specific games (FFXIV is the most noticeable oddly) Odd graphical glitches in Star Citizen (Not a cause of the card, just the drivers and Star Citizen) Not an issue with the product but the package it was delivered in was entirely destroyed, looked like it had been kicked across the curb multiple times, damage made it all the way down to the GPU box (Not fully a con because they packaged it SO very well, just UPS are destructive monsters)
Overall Review: All in all a very solid card for 1080p and 1440p would highly recommend.
Overall Review: Almost rivals the 3070 for 30% less money, good stuff from AMD.
Pros: Runs all of my games @ 1080p, solid 75mhz without even breaking a sweat.
Cons: It's HUGE. Needs 6+2-pin and a 6-pin connection from the PSU, so make sure you've got a decent one.
Overall Review: I love it! Saints Row 2022 looks AWESOME with raytracing!
Pros: RTX with good thermals
Cons: Doesnt have Nvidias performance to price point. The overclocking is meah I get massive frame rate drops when I try.
Overall Review: A bit pricey for the performance but you get what you get and you dont throw a fit.
Pros: - Great upgrade over a 1070 TI...when the drivers were not causing FPS to plunge.
Cons: - Coil whine on mine was terrible. Was noticeable even while web browsing. - Overclocking potential was underwhelming. Could not get this card stable above 2600 MHz. Memory was stable at fast timings, 2150 MHz. -DRIVERS. Most games were fine, but some just had GPU usage plummet out of nowhere. This is on a Ryzen 5800X CPU.
Overall Review: -Cannot recommend this particular model. If you want this GPU, I would just get the reference AMD card and hope they get the drivers figured out soon.