PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6800 XT|
|Core Clock||1825 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2250 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|
|Virtual Reality Ready||Yes|
|System Requirements||Minimum Power Supply Requirement: 750W|
XFX Recommended Power Supply XFX: 850W PSU
|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
* Not compatible with Windows 7. For more information on Radeon technologies, visit: AMD.com/gamingdetails
|Max GPU Length||340 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||13.39" x 5.43"|
|Slot Width||2.7 Slot|
2 x 8-pin to 6-pin power cable
1 x Driver Disk Installation Guide
|Date First Available||February 18, 2021|
Pros: I just got my card today and the performance is just amazing. - Runs Cool full load only at 65C - Excellent FPS 3440x1440 21:9 gaming - So far nothing has gone under 60 FPS, AC Valhalla Ultra no lower than 90FPS. - No Sag due to the excellent structure of the MERC 319.
Cons: - I do notice Coil Wine when achieving 80+ FPS which isn't as noticeable with headphones on and the case closed but is def. noticeable with the case open no headphones.
Overall Review: Overall I can recommend this card, unfortunately, the price is higher than it should be but I found it to be a worthy replacement for my old RTX 2060, and is my first AMD card ever. For the coil wine, get some nice headphones and it shouldn't matter as long as it performs. Also make sure you're case is big enough because this thing is huge :D
Pros: Runs quietTemps are greatPretty decent factory OCVery simple but aggressive design
Cons: If anything, it took a little tuning to make it really shine, but not even a real con since it still performed well without tuning
Overall Review: Beast of a gpu, been playing war one at 165fps on my ultra wide 1440p monitor, originally 144hz but OCd to 165hz. And freesync works great! Especially with other input lag reducing settings.
Overall Review: Good Graphic Card but Way More Expensive than AMD Original. Amazing performance. Nice design, and very quite fans.
Pros: -Runs the predator Acer x27 without issues. Full graphics in most games at 4k 144hz. It's a huge upgrade from the 2080 TI that served it's purpose for the last year. Honestly if you are on the fence about it just pull the trigger. The initial cost sucks but you'll forget about that in about a month:)
Cons: -Price Having to pay 1499 was putting me back in the bit mining days when everything was at a premium.
Overall Review: -I would recommend it. But if you don't need the fattest thickest card get the 3080 for 699. You'll still be happy.
Pros: Great looking and super fast!!
Cons: Little over price than retail but still better than scalper price
Overall Review: Worthy to purchase
Pros: I like everything
Cons: Too big but a run cool 😎
Overall Review: Best bang for the money 💰
Pros: - Has handled everything I've thrown at it easily in 1440p at the highest settings. - No sag! This card is laughably large (measure your case!!) and I was preparing to build a Lego support tower, but if there's any sag, it's imperceptible. Its internal support structure is very effective. - Aesthetically pleasing: the giant 'MERC' on top might be polarizing for some, but I think this card looks great. - Decently cool temps: I've gotten mid-60s during gameplay loads and ~70 during menus - no concern about overheating or throttling using its stock settings. Junction has never gone above low 90s.
Cons: - Coil whine: The fans themselves are pretty quiet when they kick in, but there is definite coil whine. Computer white noise doesn't really bother me and I can tune it out easily, even without headphones, but if you're sensitive to it, it's pretty constant under load. - Price: the MSRP is a lot for a 6800xt. But the GPU market is atrocious and getting worse every day, and I feel victorious for paying retail for a graphics card, even if it is a couple hundred more than the base price for a reference card.
Overall Review: Amazing 1440p performance. I play a lot of graphics-intensive RPGs and this card doesn't break a sweat. I haven't played the absolute latest and greatest like AC: Valhalla yet, but so far I've encountered no lag in games like Doom Eternal and AC: Odyssey. Graphics render smoothly and everything has been well above 60 FPS. I'm coming from a 7-year-old gaming laptop, so literally almost anything is an upgrade, but I'm so blown away by how good everything looks. It was plug and play for me - no issues with the drivers or AMD software so far. Paired with a 5600x, performance in games has been fabulous. I am very happy with my purchase and am very grateful to have been able to snag this bad boy during these dark GPU times.
Pros: -Fast -Super fast -Very fast
Cons: -Are you nuts, none of course
Overall Review: -Stop reading this review and just buy it