PCI Express 4.0 x16
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0 x16|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6900 XT|
|Core Clock||2150 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2495 MHz|
|Stream Processors||5120 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||16 Gbps|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||2 x DisplayPort 1.4|
|USB||1 x USB Type-C|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Virtual Reality Ready||Yes|
|Thermal Design Power||300W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||850W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||340 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||13.39" x 5.47"|
|Slot Width||2.9 Slot|
|Date First Available||June 18, 2021|
Pros: - Uses unlocked XTX-H core (not limited to 2800) - Cherry-picked & binned silicon - Only requires 2 PCI-E power connectors - Undervolts and overlocks like a champ - Nice lighting aesthetics - Highly efficient cooler - Quiet cooling fans with no tonal peaks, just white noise
Cons: - GPU apocalypse + high review ratings = price and availability nightmare - HEAVY cooler. Will need support bracket or hanger to prevent sag over time - Large! Will not fit in some more compact cases
Overall Review: With just 2 PCI-E connectors, you won't really get this card over 2800 so the unlocked XTX-H core is more for bragging rights than anything practical. Having said that, mine will do 2790 core on 1200mv (max stock voltage), with some tolerable fan noise in the 2100rpm range. Bu that is NOT the best part. Undervolting and overclocking this absolute PEACH of a GPU is where the magic happens. You lose around 40-50 MHz due to AMD's thermal/wattage management algorithm. But I was able to get the following presets: - 2540 core (2500 effective) @ 1138mv, Fan peaked @ 1400rpm (inaudible), Max hot spot 60c - 2640 core (2600 effective) @ 1144mv, Fan peaked @ 1500rpm (inaudible), Max hot spot 65c - 2740 core (2700 effective) @ 1150mv, Fan peaked @ 1600rpm (barely audible), Max hot spot 70c - 2810 core (2760 effective) @ 1162mv, Fan peaked @ 1700rpm (audible but quiet), Max hot spot 74c - 2825 core (1790 effective) @ 1200mv, Fan peaked @ 2100rpm (audible, fan noise noticeable over normal game audio volume), Max hot spot 78c As you can see, 2700 is the high sweet spot. 2500-2600-2700 only required +6mv each step to be stable. But trying to get near 2750 required a bit more finesse. And getting near 2800 required max voltage, a higher fan speed, resulting in more noise and more heat. The small performance gain over 2700 is not worth it IMHO. And 2700 @ 1150mv (50mv undervolt) on an AIR COOLED 6900xt is a great result. Very pleased! XFX did a GREAT job on this card!
Pros: Seems like solid build quality from XFX. Says boost clock is 2485 hz which I wonder if this has the XTXH chip.
Cons: Hard to find a waterblock if youre into that, Bykski has one available though. Price obviously, but it is what it is. Still cheaper than 3080 Ti or 3090 but I cant compare to those cards since I havent owned one. Not a con of the product but I thought Id mention I spent 700 bucks on a monitor a few years ago and just realized its only Gsync and not Freesync. I may be looking for a new monitor
Overall Review: First time with an AMD card. Decided to grab one since I dont see 3080 Ti or 3090s becoming available for a decent price anytime soon. Just installed it today and played for about 15 mins so this is based off a short period. I mainly play FFXIV at 1440p. Settings maxed out and stays locked at 144 hz and fans barely spin. Card was probably overkill for what I do but so far everything is butter smooth. Will see how things hold up over time. Got a waterblock for it too but Im kind of falling in love with original heatsink and fans. Another thing to keep in mind is the size. Just make sure it fits your case.
Overall Review: This GPU is huge, but looks great and feels good in your hand. Barely fit in my Phanteks Eclipse 200a but - it did! Mine had one fin that was slightly bent but it was an easy correction. I honestly hate to leave a review because I wish I could forget spending this kind of money but - hey, it's a beast of a card and if you can stomach the price it's absolutely worth getting. Excuse the cable management in the picture, as this is purely just to show how it fit in a mini-ITX case.
Pros: Large and makes use of almost all of the space for cooling. Excellent cooling when Idle and light to medium gaming. The simple estetics makes for a great look in any case. Good temperatures in most situations. Perfomance is great in all games I played with high to ultra settings. A good starting point for overclockers.
Cons: Large size makes for a difficult time installing it into a crowded or compact case. Can get loud under heavy loads but the cooler seems to handle the temps well. Heavy but it comes with an extension bracket for additional support. Perfomance is ray traced games are a mixed bag. Expensive even when you account for inflation.
Overall Review: I recommend this product to anyone who play a lot of demanding non Ray-tracing games on a 2k-8k freesync monitors. Make sure you have a good quality 850W or higher power supply.
Pros: - This is the card you want if you plan to do any overclocking - Beautiful LEDs' & Design - Very high RPM shroud fans (great for cooling) - Sturdy support bracket, the best I've seen. It actually keeps the card from sagging.
Cons: - Long, Heavy & Tall. For reference, my case is the Corsair 5000D, the GPU sticks out about an inch past the first set of intake fans, which you can sort of see in the photo. This is not the cord for you if you have any size restrictions. - LEDs' are not addressable meaning, not pretty colors, which is not a problem for me since my LEDs' are always white, and the red gives a nice touch. - Really aggressive stock fan curves, I recommend messy with them to suit you best unless you want to hear the sound of a plane taking off while you're gaming.
Overall Review: Honestly, with how the card is right now, I wouldn't change a thing. I can't think of anything that should be changed or added/removed to please me. The cons I've listed have nothing to do with performance, this card as it is, is really powerful.
Pros: Fastest air cooled 6900xt XTXH pcb Super quiet and runs cool all the time Finally get 60 FPS in Cyberpunk.
Cons: Until you see it in your hand you have no idea how big it is. It requires 7 screws in the anti sag bracket to hold it up.
Overall Review: I would recommend this card to anyone. With the prices of the 3080 and 6800xt being so high I got this for about the same price as 2 cards it beat in testing. It is smoking fast and even under full load it never got above 55 degrees.
Pros: XFX Merc 319 6900 XT Limited Black is my first GPU from them and I am very happy with it. A huge improvement over the Radeon VII I had. I also have a NZXT H510 Flow case and with the XFX Z Support Bar that comes with this card fits and still gives me close to 2 inches of clearance from the 2 fans I have installed in the front of the case for air intake.
Cons: Only thing I don't like is the price, either than that nothing wrong with this card and I am very happy with it.
Overall Review: I highly recommend this GPU to anyone that wants to play at 4K 60 fps
Overall Review: It is loooong gpu 340mm It is xtxh chip Looks has good headroom for overclocking with lc
Pros: The card is elegant, pretty, impressive and of course, powerful; very powerful. Temperatures at full load never go over 70 C.
Cons: You know: price!
Overall Review: I had this card under two thousand. Well, when I see a 67 for a thousand that makes me feel I did not overpay too much. Taking into account the prices of the new GPUs everywhere, I think this one is one of the best value in the market right now.
Pros: -2 8 pins -XTXH Core - With an OC and UV I was able to get 23.5k for Time Spy graphics score
Cons: -I have an 850w PSU which sometimes has transient loads that crash my PC in 4K so consider getting a 1200w
Overall Review: - I would recommend this card if you don't want the new cards coming later in the year and you do 1080p or 1440p since its already overkill for both