PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6800 XT|
|Game Clock||2065 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2310 MHz|
|Stream Processors||4608 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||16 Gbps|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Virtual Reality Ready||Yes|
|Operating Systems Supported||Linux, Windows 7*, Windows 10, and Windows 8.1. 64-bit operating system required|
* Does not support all features including but not limited to Hardware Raytracing.
|Thermal Design Power||350W|
|System Requirements||Minimum 750-Watt Power Supply.|
2 x 8-pin Power Connector.
PCI Express based PC is required with one X16 lane graphics slot available on the motherboard.
Minimum 8GB of system memory. 16GB recommended.
|Recommended PSU Wattage||750W|
Digital Power Design
Tri-X Cooling Technology
Intelligent Fan Control
Precision Fan Control
Two-Ball Bearing Fans
AMD RDNA 2 Gaming Architecture
DirectX 12 Ultimate
PCI Express 4.0 Support
AMD FreeSync Technology
DisplayPort 1.4 with DSC
HDMI 2.1 VRR
Video Streaming up to 8K
Radeon VR Ready Premium
Radeon Image Sharpening
Game Driver Optimizations
High Performance 4K Gaming
|Max GPU Length||313 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||12.32" x 5.31"|
|Date First Available||May 17, 2021|
Pros: Runs Flawless, Gaming Quality is Picture Perfect Complete Specs He Wanted: MSI X570 Tomahawk 5900X AMD 6800XT Settled for this Sapphire 6800XT Pulse GSkill 32Gigs 3600 CL16 Sabrent 1TB Gen 4 Seasonic Focus 1000W
Cons: DID have one major concern, when removing the card from the package i notice a screw was sticking up, Which i tightened , i then checked them all and every signal one of them were loose, to the point the large heatsink was just hanging there , it was like someone put the screws in the holes and forgot to tighten them!! Price \ Greed of course. Everyone who sells these video cards should be ashamed of the price they are charging for these cards. PLUS Everyone knows there is a better way to get these cards to gamers and not the scalpers, You just dont want to do it, or care to do it. The PC Gaming Community deserves better respect from Newegg and Other Vendors, Because without us, your business wouldn't exist :(
Overall Review: I had to have a all AMD System done for christmas for a freinds Son, (His 1st Gaming PC, Xmas Present ) Could not get a AMD Reference Card anywhere, So it sat here till July before i could complete it, then one day this card showed up (The only one for a long time) He was set $649 MAX, So the Son did odd jobs to make up the difference, He is very impressed with AMD and so am I
Pros: As I have undervolted the card, it doesn't require over 250w, when consuming 340w at stock. It outperforms my friend's overclocked 3080. Average core temperature at stock and very good core temperature when undervolted. Quiet when undervolted.
Cons: Runs very hot out of the box, despite my airflow oriented nr400 case. Junction temp reached 91c on time spy. Undervolting brought the temperature down by 14-17 degrees celcius. It is a loud card if you don't undervolt for better temperature. AMD drivers are very janky. Modifying the settings inside the drivers while running a game causes it to stutter. Audio from audio interface cuts out if I don't uninstall audio drivers from AMD that I don't need. YouTube video pauses when moving the browser's window.
Overall Review: Overall, it is very powerful (beats my friend's overclocked 3080 while only consuming a maximum of 240w). Will run amazingly if you undervolt it, otherwise it is loud and too hot. AMD drivers are janky, but not enough to drive me away from this product
Pros: - Comparable to the 3080Ti, an equal match in most areas - Cheaper than Nvidia - Stays cool under 74c at full load (with good air flow) - Performs great in 4k on most games - It's so... BIG and thicc your gf will be impressed. - I can play RDR2 at 4k ULTRA settings at 65max FPS 59min without a hiccup - Plays GTA 5 at 2k ultra settings no sweat! - Super Smooth gameplay - Liquid cooling not necessary - Boosts up to 2.4ghz (stock) - A TON of memory 16 whole gigs!
Cons: - It Doesn't pay my bills - No LED lights on it at all anywhere - it does generate a lot of heat - Power hungry at 275 Watts load - It's still expensive - Limited supply
Overall Review: Overall it's definitely worth the 1,275 bucks I got it for. Worth every penny. I highly recommend. GET ONE! NZXT H510 case MSI MPG X570 Gaming edge Ryzen 7 3800X Corsair DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) Samsung SSD Evo 860 1T WD BLACK Sata III 6T Sapphire Pulse RX 6800XT 16gig Corsair RM850 PSU (Gold) Cooler Master AIO dual 140mm
Pros: Literally double the FPS over the 5700 xt it replaced
Cons: The Sapphire logo doesn't light up like the card it replaced
Overall Review: If you check the GPU hierarchy at Tom's Hardware this is a top-5 card that hangs with all the heavy hitters
Pros: Great upgrade, especially from a 1660 super. Temps are between 67-76 at full load Getting between 160-190 fps in Halo Infinite depending on game type (only have a 3600, so the cpu is causing some bottleneck)
Cons: Definitely the price. Double msrp of the amd radeon card.
Overall Review: Would recommend to anyone if you have the proper components with it. AMD radeon software is good, had no problems so far. 6800xt definitely competes with the 3080 without RT or DLSS
Pros: - It runs EVERYTHING - Radeon software and drivers much better than last time I had an AMD card.
Cons: - Coil whine in uncapped FPS situations. - It's beefy, it sags quite a bit unless you pull your pci cables tight. - Power spikes can happen triggering over-current protection on lesser quality PSUs.
Overall Review: It runs everything very well. Paired with a 5900x, I have yet to find a game that can't sit at 1440p or upscaled to 1440 from 1080 locked to 144fps. The fans are barely noticeable even at load, they turn off when below a certain temp as most modern cards do. One issue is coil whine which seems to show up during uncapped fps situations such as the menu in some games. There never seems to be any whine DURING a game which is good, but the whine is pretty bad when fps is not capped. There is also a bit of sag, it would be cool if all card manufacturers included support brackets for these large cards. The power spikes are also an issue, and my older 750w could not handle it, despite 750w being the recommended wattage. A newer, high quality 850w handles it fine. Overall its a great card and I don't regret going with this for the extra VRAM, I don't at all feel like I'm missing out on the Nvidia 3000 series.
Pros: Destroys all games in 4k Runs reasonably cool for a high end card while gaming Adjusting voltage and clock rates no problem, nice and stable for me
Cons: Price is just crazy. Finally got tired of not gaming while waiting for the price to normalize and dropped the cash.
Overall Review: Great GPU all round, just far too expensive.
Pros: Runs all my games at max settings no problem on 1440p. Runs pretty cool and quiet. Hugh upgrade from my 2060 super.
Overall Review: I would recommend this card. It is a big card,check your case to make sure it will fit almost 13 inches long. My specs Asrock X570 taichi Ryzen 3700x 16 gb trident royal 3600 750 watt gold evga supernova