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The RX 6800-XT delivers a huge generational jump in performance. AMD have upgraded the single fan cooler to a more efficient triple fan solution, perhaps indicating a shift in focus from benchmark busting headlines to user experience. Following the widespread issues that users faced with the 5000 and Vega series, we are cautiously optimistic that AMD have taken steps to ensure driver and hardware stability, this will need to be proven over time. The release of the 6000 series explains why Nvidia doubled performance per dollar when they released their 3070 just a few weeks ago. A comparison between Nvidia’s previous generation flagship, the 2080 Ti, and the 6800-XT shows that AMD now offer comparable raw performance at half the price. 16GB of VRAM is a key feature of the 6800 cards. At higher resolutions and detail settings, performance can bottleneck without sufficient GPU memory. AMD's marketers often cherry pick obscure games with high res/settings, the details of which are rarely disclosed, then compare the results with cards that have less memory. In that scenario, the cards with less memory look weaker than they would at 1080p. The 1080p results are sometimes omitted, or worse, partially omitted. Most users will see little benefit in gaming at high resolutions. Without drastic price cuts (MSRP $650 USD) and miraculous marketing via countless promo videos, the 6800 XT will struggle to compete, partly because it lacks RTX+DLSS which is required for the best gaming experience in class leading titles such as Cyberpunk 2077. Users should be wary of AMD’s army of social media accounts, they aim to dupe shoppers any way they can. [Nov '20GPUPro]

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READY STOK GARANSI RESMI 2 TAHUN #SKU: 11304-02-20G SAPPHIRE NITRO+ RX 6800 XT 16G GDDR6 GPU Radeon™ RX 6800 Graphics 7nm GPU RDNA 2 Architecture Engine Clock Boost Clock: Up to 2360 MHz Game Clock: Up to 2110 MHz Game Clock is the expected GPU clock when running typical gaming applications, set to typical TGP(Total Graphics Power). Actual individual game clock results may vary. Stream Processors 4608 Infinity Cache 128MB Ray Accelerators 72 Memory Size/Bus 16GB GDDR6 Memory Clock 16 Gbps Effective Displays Maximum 4 Displays Resolution HDMI™: 7680×4320 DisplayPort1.4: 7680×4320 Interface PCI-Express 4.0 Output 1x HDMI 3x DisplayPort BIOS Support Dual UEFI Game Index 4K Cooling 3 Fans Form Factor 2.7 slot, ATX Dimension: 310(L)X 134.3(W)X 55.3 (H)mm Power Consumption 350W OS 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 System Requirement Minimum 850 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.

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Introducing the AMD Radeon™ RX 6800 XT Series graphics cards, featuring the breakthrough AMD RDNA™ 2 architecture, engineered to deliver powerhouse performance for all gamers. The AMD Radeon™ RX 6800 Series graphics cards power a new generation of competitive and 4K gaming with vivid visuals, and elevated experiences in every game and every frame.

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AMD Radeon™ RX 6800 XT Series graphics cards deliver ultra-high frame rates and serious 4K gameplay. Get the ultimate gaming experience with powerful new compute units, groundbreaking AMD Infinity Cache, and up to 16GB of dedicated GDDR6 memory. And, when paired with an AMD Ryzen™ 5000 Series desktop processor, AMD Smart Access Memory technology offers new levels of gaming performance.

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AMD Radeon RX 6800 Series graphics cards pull you into the action with immersive gaming technologies and support for DirectX® 12 Ultimate. Experience gaming with realistic lighting, shadows, and reflections along with rich detail thanks to DirectX® Raytracing (DXR), variable rate shading (VRS), and AMD FidelityFX features, optimized for AMD RDNA 2 architecture.

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The AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT is AMD’s big comeback to the high-end GPU market. This impressive graphics card is even taking on Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3080 with matching performance, doing better in some games – like Resident Evil Village at 1440p without ray tracing on – while worse in others, while offering a slightly more attractive price tag. Finally, AMD now has a viable and more appealing alternative on its hands to Nvidia’s heavy hitter.

With the new AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT, gamers are getting 4K gaming power as well as advanced features like ray tracing for $649 (likely to be £649, AU$960). It means a more affordable 4K gaming option for those who want to save a few bucks. It also means choosing the best graphics card for 4K gaming hasn’t been this hard since 4K gaming first came onto the scene.

It might not dethrone Nvidia, but we also expect a lot of gamers, especially the more budget-conscious, to lean towards the AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT. 

Price and availability

The AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT is available November 18, starting at $649 (likely around £649, AU$960), with the price going up from there for aftermarket versions of the graphics card. This is slightly under the $699 (£649, about AU$960) Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080.

What kind of sours this price point for the AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT, however, is the lower-end RX 6800, which is just a tad slower, but comes at a lower $579 (about £440, AU$800) price tag. You're paying 12% more for a graphics card that is between 5-10% faster – that math doesn't add up.

This makes it hard to recommend the Radeon RX 6800 XT from a sheer value perspective. Either that, or it just makes the Radeon RX 6800 look way more valuable – which is exactly what happened with the Radeon RX 5700 XT and Radeon RX 5700 when those launched back in July 2019.

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Features and chipset

The AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT is based on Team Red's RDNA 2 graphics architecture, which is still based on a 7nm (nanometer) manufacturing process. Rather than shrinking the die, AMD has worked in some new features and boosted efficiency, which makes these graphics cards way more powerful than their predecessors. 

The biggest of these is the new Infinity Cache, which is crucial when you consider that the Radeon RX 6800 XT is using 16GB of GDDR6 memory, rather than the GDDR6X memory found on the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 and RTX 3090. 

The Infinity Cache is basically 128MB of global cache, which AMD asserts is 3.25x faster than GDDR6 VRAM on a 256-bit bus. This helps feed data from the larger 16GB VRAM pool to the GPU, and this combination of speedy cache and GDDR6 memory results in 2.4x more bandwidth per watt than the VRAM would be able to achieve on its own. This helps narrow the gap that AMD would otherwise experience when going against the GDDR6X memory in flagship-class Nvidia cards. 

The other major addition to the architecture is, of course, the DirectX 12 Ultimate-compatible Ray Accelerators. There are one of these on each of the 72 Compute Units, which is what lets the AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT able to handle real time ray tracing at a playable framerate. We'll dive into just how effective these are later on, but we expect performance to improve as AMD's drivers mature – much like the improvement that Nvidia's RTX cards saw throughout the lifespan of the Turing cards. 

Other than the new Ray Accelerators, each Compute Unit (CU) is laid out much like the original RDNA cards. Each CU has 64 Stream Processors (SPs), for a grand total of 4,608 SPs on the Radeon RX 6800 XT. Of course, because we didn't see a shrinking of process, this comes with a much larger die, with 26.8 billion transistors across a 519mm² die.

This larger die is coupled with higher clock speeds, too. The Radeon RX 6800 XT has a Game Clock of 2,015MHz and a Boost Clock up to 2,250MHz. The Game Clock is what you're likely going to see most of the time while playing games, whereas the Boost Clock is basically how fast it can boost up to for super bursty workloads, rather than sustained loads like the best PC games. 

With the added die space and higher clock speeds, power consumption obviously goes up substantially. The AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT is rated for 300W, but we never saw ASIC power (the amount that the total card draws) go above 294W. And, most of the time throughout our testing, our MSI Afterburner overlay only reported between 230-250W in games. That means there's far more headroom for this graphics card to push higher. 

Hopefully a new VBIOS (VGA BIOS) will be released, that will let the 6800 XT stretch further to let it really show the RTX 3080 who's boss. But out of the box at release, it doesn't quite live up. 

Luckily, that means that temperatures stay down. Throughout our testing, we recorded a max temperature of 78°C, which is only marginally hotter than the cut-down Radeon RX 6800. 

The hotspot temperature, which just reports the hottest part of the die, did peak at a whopping 114°C, which is slightly above the 110°C that AMD advised was within operating spec. It didn't result in any thermal throttling, but be aware that if you're watching temperatures, you might see some pretty high numbers.  

What is especially exciting, however, is that the Radeon RX 6800 XT is essentially a beefed up version of the GPU inside of the Xbox Series X and PS5. This potentially means that games will be more easily optimized for this graphics card throughout the next generation of consoles. The benefits of this are reflected in games like Assassins Creed Odyssey and Far Cry 5, which aren't next-generation games, but are primarily optimized for AMD hardware, and show just how far that optimization can carry performance.

With the Radeon RX 6800 series, AMD brings two optional features to the table, which can help boost performance higher. Both Smart Access Memory (SAM) and Rage Mode can help increase performance, but reel in your expectations. 

Rage Mode is essentially an AMD-sanctioned overclock, in that it won't void your warranty. Though, when you go into the Radeon software to enable it, it will yell at you that you are messing with arcane settings at your own risk – don't worry, if you're using one of AMD's presets, you don't have to worry about your warranty. 

We tested Rage Mode in our 3DMark tests, and it actually resulted in lower scores – though within margin of error. 

SAM is an entirely different beast, though. According to AMD, this will result in up to 10% added performance, but it requires fiddling with your BIOS, not to mention the latest AMD processors and motherboards. You're going to have to disable CSM, which means some users will have to install Windows 10 from scratch if they don't have a UEFI-compatible installation, and then go into the advanced settings and enable Above 4G Decoding and Re-Size BAR Support. 

Because of how much of a hassle it is, we wouldn't recommend anyone but the most tech-savvy to mess around with this feature, and so we didn't test it for this review. We will be exploring it in depth at a later date, though. 

When it comes to software support, AMD still offers the same supporting cast of features as it's had for a while now, which is headlined by Contrast Adaptive Sharpening (CAS) and Radeon Boost. The latter of which is especially useful for folks that play competitive shooters, as it will lower the resolution in the background during fast movement, boosting framerate. 

But right now, AMD doesn't have a true answer to DLSS, Nvidia Broadcast or RTX I/O. DLSS and RTX I/O are likely to be incredibly important over the next generation of games, especially once developers learn to really take advantage of what the SSDs in the PS5 and Xbox Series X can do. 

Design

Because this is the most powerful graphics card AMD has released in years, it had to rethink the cooler. The blower-style cooler on the Radeon RX 5700 XT just wouldn't cut it on a graphics card of this caliber, so AMD opted for a 2.5-slot triple fan option. This is why temperatures stay manageable under default settings, and if you want to dive into something like MSI Afterburner, you can get even better temperatures out of it by messing around with the fan curve. 

There's also a good assortment of outputs on the Radeon RX 6800. You get two DisplayPort, one HDMI 2.1 and USB-C, which should cover basically any modern display on the market. We're just thankful AMD didn't drop USB-C like Nvidia did. For power, there are two 8-pin power connectors at the back of the card.

The AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT looks very much like a capital-g Gaming product. The side of the graphics card, what you'll actually see when it's mounted in your PC case, is all black with red trim and the Radeon logo in white lettering – lettering which lights up red, obviously. 

The front of the graphics card has a silver strip which surrounds the three fans, each of which has an 'R' logo, which stands for Radeon. On the back, that silver strip is wider, and leaves the back of the GPU exposed through the backplate, something that doesn't exactly scream "premium," but ultimately doesn't matter much. 

Some folks are definitely going to find the AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT design divisive, especially given that the black and red gaming aesthetic is a bit out of date in 2020. PC cases these days almost universally have a tempered glass side panel, so a graphics card that looks like it came straight out of 2005 is a bit of a hard pill to swallow for anyone that wants to show off their rig. This will depend entirely on your taste, though, and likely won't even be important to a vast majority of people.

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FOOTNOTES
* “Boost Clock” is the maximum frequency achievable on the GPU running a bursty workload. Boost clock achievability, frequency, and sustainability will vary based on several factors, including but not limited to: thermal conditions and variation in applications and workloads.
* “Game Clock” is the expected GPU clock when running typical gaming applications, set to typical TGP (Total Graphics Power). Actual individual game clock results may vary.

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