PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6700 XT|
|Core Clock||2457 MHz|
|Game Clock||2548 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2622 MHz|
|Stream Processors||2560 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||16 Gbps|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1 VRR and FRL|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 1.4 with DSC|
|Virtual Reality Ready||Yes|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||750W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Features||AMD RDNA 2 Architecture|
DirectX 12 Ultimate
Microsoft Windows 10 Support
Microsoft DirectX 12 Support
PCI Express 4.0 Support
AMD FreeSync Technology
DisplayPort 1.4 with DSC
HDMI 2.1 VRR
Video Streaming up to 8K
Radeon Image Sharpening
Game Driver Optimizations
|Max GPU Length||323 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||12.72" x 5.20"|
|Slot Width||2.6 Slot|
|Package Contents||Accessory: Quick Installation Guide|
|Date First Available||April 20, 2021|
Pros: This card has super sold construction, very aesthetically pleasing, and has excellent cooling properties. lol
Cons: Performance is simply not quite what I was hoping for in the market segment.
Overall Review: First of all, this is a very solid card. The construction is top tier, and pulling it out of the box will put a smile on your face. That being said, Ill move on the to more critical part of my review I bought this card because it was what was available at the time of my build, at a price that wasnt ASTRONOMICALLY more than MSRP. Up until this point, most of my experience has been with Nvidia cards. I was really expecting just a little more in the performance category. This card is already over locked from XFX. Super stable and no reliability concerns. I manually overclocked to a stable level for some mild gains. From my research, this card was marketed as essentially a direct competitor to the Nvidia RTX 3070. Several comparison sites I did research on put this card only 1-2 FPS below the 3070 on most current mainstream games, with the biggest gap in 4K performance (which I dont utilize). In my personal research, this is more comparable to a 3060 Ti. I have a 3060 and a 3070 Ti, the performance of the RX 6700 xt is much closer to the 3060, than it is to the 3070 Ti. Everyone knows how hard it is to find GPUs right now. Hopefully someone find this useful for making a decision on what card to go with.
Pros: -never hits above 71 C
Cons: -2x msrp
Overall Review: This is a great GPU. I play at 1440p and while playing GPU intensive games, temps never hit above 71C. Good frame rates coming from this gpu and its good to have 12gb of vram. The only thing that sucks is this gpu is 2x msrp, but it is what it is
Pros: *Updated 2.19.22 I tweaked this slightly on a first attempt (so modest) OC and proceeded to run the entire suite of 3dMark's current tests suite. I now own the #1 spot for all 6700 XT's in %50 of the test. This card beats the RTX 3070 about half of the time and is faster than half of the RX 6800's out there; according to 3dMark's database. Bottom line, I haven't even gotten into "serious" (or even a second attempt) overclock yet and it's already hitting and maintaining 2.9Ghz+ (Scratching at 3Ghz on a GPU..?? WoW). It performs noticeably better than my previous 5700 XT & 1080Ti and has All of the DX12.2 features that will come to define our game's graphics in the years to come. It also has enough VRAM (I'm looking at you 3070..).
Cons: Cost money BIG - No Seriously, it's LARGE
Overall Review: This is a silicon lottery winner that's hitting almost 3Ghz on a 1st OC attempt - Max Temp 51c That's stupid. I highly recommend this GPU. My games are loving my system RN & it's Ready for the FUTURE. Bring it ON, I Can't Wait for Nextgen games to take advantage of this incredible hardware. Seriously, all of the technology packed into this RDNA 2 architecture like Mesh Shading, Ray Tracing, Variable Refresh Rate, Advanced Variable Rate Shading, etc., that is also included in the Xbox Series X/S & the PS5 to a lesser extent will be Heavily optimized for on this architecture, fact. I just played through every single game that I come across maxed out like a boss. If you can afford one of these, but it
Pros: Better than my strix 970 from 7 years ago. Huge upgrade for me. I dabble in COD (cold war and war zone). Still play WoW and FFXIV, huge difference in visuals with this card. Major frame rate increase with war zone and cold war.
Cons: HUGE CARD! I was able to fit this in my HAF 912 case after removing the removable drive bay.
Overall Review: Great product, haven't used a radeon since the early 2000's when crossfire was cool. Lol.
Pros: Outstanding performance, Low heat, great potential to overclock
Cons: Potential pricing, Lack of game optimizations. Overclocks are software capped by AMD potentially limiting your build
Overall Review: The XFX 6700 XT is great for gaming. At 1440p expect high frames such as 70-85fps on a max tweaked setup in RDR2, in games like Destiny 2 expect over 100fps on max settings at 1440p, or for more fast-paced stuff games like Forza Horizon 5 expect well over 80fps consistently at max at 1440p. The card performs its job exceptionally well and stays cool doing it. Not only that but its overclock potential is tremendous. With AMD's Radeon software, I was able to max out every slider and receive zero artifacts or instability. with the fans on full blow even in stress tests on AIDA64 the card remains below the 60°c mark after hours. in regular gaming do not expect the card to exceed 50°c for long if ever, unless your airflow is bad. Overall this is a great card to upgrade to if you can get it at a good price.
Overall Review: Card came in 2 days which is awesome and was packaged well.. Ive been gaming on it now for 5 days and it never runs over 60 degrees and works beautifully.. would recommend if looking for high end card
Pros: Very nice card. Installed easily and without any problems. Runs all my games on ultra settings. Haven't been able to do that in years.
Cons: Much too expensive. Interesting that all of the video cards are out of stock and being replaced with items of the same specs for almost double the price they were initially released at.
Overall Review: Buy it if you have the money. The prices are not likely to drop back down now,
Pros: Huge cooler. Good temps. Silent. Runs every single game at max settings.
Cons: 2x msrp. Card is massive might not fit in small cases.
Overall Review: I had this card for 3 days and so far it has been an amazing experience. Paired with my 5600x this thing will run all my games maximum settings above 100 fps. Note I currently have a 1080p monitor and this card is way too overkill for that. I come from a GTX 1070 and this is a night and day difference. Will definitely need to upgrade to a 1440p monitor for a better experience.