PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6900 XT|
|Game Clock||2235 MHz|
|Boost Clock||Boost Clock: Up to 2365 MHz|
One Click TOXIC BOOST Up to 2425 MHz
|Stream Processors||5120 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|
|Cooler||TOXIC Air Cooled Tri-X Cooling Technology|
|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||400W|
|System Requirements||Minimum 850 Watt Power Supply.|
2 x 8-pin + 1 x 6-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||850W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-pin + 1 x 6-pin|
TriXX Software Switch
Premium Digital Power Design
TOXIC Air Cooled Tri-X Cooling Technology
Intelligent Fan Control
Precision Fan Control
Backplate with ARGB
Two-Ball Bearing Fans
Hybrid Fan Blade
Wave Fin Design
V Shape Fin Design for GPU Cooling
Integrated Cooling Module
K6.5 Memory Pad
Fan Quick Connect
External RGB LED MB Synchronization
|Max GPU Length||320 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||12.60" x 5.31"|
|Slot Width||Triple Slot|
|Date First Available||November 02, 2021|
Pros: First time a Toxic has been made in basically a decade. Huge boost clock for an XTX die to around 2500mhz. Great Sapphire build and lighting quality. Love the Toxic theme.
Cons: Contrary to popular belief, the Air cooled version of the Toxic is NOT using XTXH silicon. XTX does come with a 110C hotspot limit vs the XTXH 95C limit (except Red Devil Ultimate) so this card is more forgiving in thermals while still boosting like an XTXH card. Toxic Boost in Trixx software is hit or miss depending on the load. Sometimes it results in a downclock.
Overall Review: Took one egg off because Sapphire opted to stick XTX silicon in a top tier GPU. I would of taken one additional egg off, but somehow they are making regular XTX silicon in these cards boost to over 2500mhz stock. I am just thankful that the Toxic lineup is back!
Overall Review: This card is overkill for my rig. But I got it bc the color of most cards is black. And this one is gray/gold/transparent. I am not planning to oc it, so I can't confirm the whine other reviewers mentioned. The heaviest games I play are WoW and CP2077. Downloaded the Trixx software, which was necessary to allow other software to control the rgb. Was super simple to use compared to GeForce or some other gpu driver program. Love the card so far. I will probably not have to upgrade for a long time.
Cons: The gpu bracket that comes with the gpu to prevent sagging doesn't fit properly for some reason
Overall Review: Great card and it's a great upgrade from my 2080!
Pros: - TOXIC BOOST AND RADEON RAGE MOD are where it's at. Easy setup and software is easy to use and tweak so you can find optimal fan speeds. I run with my case open so cooling is never really an issue. Temps are under 70c when running full-speed, ultra settings on games. you can see my 3D Mark score on time spy.
Cons: - My previous card was A 2080TI and when comparing the 2 cards I will say that the Nvidia is better at multitasking. I find if I'm running GPU stuff on the 6900xt, I can't watch a youtube video for instance because the stuttering and lag is too great whereas when I had the 2080ti, that was not even an issue. - The only other Con I would say is that the three 8 pin connectors have the clip on the wrong side and I am unable to use my RGB power cables because they would be backward and RGB would be behind the cable. So that's a drag because they aren't cheap. - Says the minimum is an 850Watt PS, It's pretty power hungry so I'd recommend at least 1000watt if you're overclocking etc.
Overall Review: I'd buy this again because for the price to performance ratio. This card can't be beat.
Pros: The card has all 80CU good which means the top bin and more performance 16GB VRAM meets the console with the same RDNA 2 graphics
Overall Review: If you can afford it, the Sapphire Toxic Radeon RX 6900 XT is the best it can be
Pros: Runs well when it wants to
Cons: Runs very hot Randomly shuts off Crashs while playing games
Overall Review: For the price of 800 you get a decent card but it has a lot of problems runs very hot,and while light gaming it just shuts off i dont know if mine is defective but updating drivers and tweaking in bios doesnt seem to work
Pros: Card works flawlessly.
Cons: Didn't get code for game bundle.
Overall Review: Would recommend the card, but don't expect to get the game bundle. Review loses an egg for not getting game bundle. Hopefully someone will reach out and get me the game code for this purchase.
Pros: Beastly. Good cooling.
Cons: Coil whine under high load
Overall Review: Not worth $1900 but what can you do with the market. Upgraded from a sapphire nitro+ 5700xt to power a Samsung odyssey G9, still struggles to hit 60fps with newer release games but I knew that going in. Would be 5 stars but with the OC mode enabled and under high stress, boy does she whine. It's not HORRIBLE but it is definitely noticeable. For 1440p or 4k on a 27-34inch monitor, you'l love it.
Pros: -Max out my 165hz 1440p monitor in any of my games at max settings -beautiful design and rgb -runs cool at 58c edge and 78c junction in stress test, on air -i like the dash of gold on it
Cons: -really expensive but sadly everything is expensive -really big, i mean really, but for me its not really a cons since i have a big case thermaltake ah-t600
Overall Review: If you are looking for the top amd gpu ie;6900xt, i would recommend it