AMD’s Radeon RX6800 can be the quiet powerhouse of a graphics card, as early standards show how the GPU can be overclocked up to 2.5 GHz.
Benchmarks Attribution of a Software Developer CapFrameXThe Radeon RX6800 runs on its own benchmarking software and can achieve a stable overlock of 2,532 MHz, a step ahead of the standard boost clock of 2,105 MHz.
When AMD unveiled the Big Navi Series of RDNA 2 based graphics cards that now officially form the Radeon RX6000 series, the RX6800 sat at the bottom of the pile. This $ 549 graphics card aims to deliver 4K gaming at a solid frame rate and a higher frame rate at 1440p resolution. AMD has shown how to overcome the old GeForce RTX 2080T card that was 99,999 when launched in 2018.
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With a clock speed that surpasses the 1.73 GHz boost clock of the Nvidia GeForce RTX3080, the Radeon RX6800 can be mounted on the edge of Nvidia’s high-end consumer graphics card. AMD puts the more powerful $ 649 Radeon RX6800XT RTX3080 killer. Because of the possibility of overlocking, the Vanilla RX6800 can give the RTX3080 a run for its money.
The RTX 3080 and the more expensive GeForce RTX 3090 use the GDDR6X VRM as the Radeon RX6000 cards use GDDR6 video memory. Similarly, Nvidia cards have more memory bandwidth than radian cards, which gives the overall performance gain.
In any case, the overclocking Radeon RX6800 may be the AMD graphics card that will be available when it is released on November 18th, especially as it approaches the RX6800XT but offers better performance.
One thing to be aware of is that the Nvidia GeForce RTX3070 is now available and is hard to find right now. That card starts at $ 499 and also targets gaming at 4K and 1440p, so it will be more attractive to PC gamers on a budget.
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