AMD Radeon RDNA2 Navi (RX 6600 XT, RX 6700 XT, RX 6800, 6800 XT, 6900 XT) [2020-10-28, 2021-03-03]

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  1. Malo

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    Cause it's "Tuf"
     
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    I sometimes wonder if they have a special marketing section of 12yolds that come up with this cringe nonsense. Or maybe I'm getting bitter and old.
     
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    I blame the millennials who finally got jobs (in marketing) ... :wink:
     
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    It runs cool I hope it doesn't sound like jet engine.
     
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    Damn! :shock:

    2532MHz avg. clock with 208W avg. GPU (only) power consumption?

    Also, "only" 269W max. GPU power consumption at 2553MHz -> RX 6800 non-XT?
     
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    Impressive. My wcooled vega hit 403w yesterday, at only 1613mhz. At least I don't need a separate heater :eek:
     
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    2.5ghz avg, damn :p
     
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    On what cooling though? I doubt that's a stock AIB.
     
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    Not sure what CapFrameX measures. It's probably GPU+VRAM. So add some to get peak W for the whole board.
     
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    It's reference RX6800 with custom fan curve.
     
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    It's the non-xt, so only 60 CU I think. The gpu power consumption reported is also not total board power.

     
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    If the 6800 on reference can do 2.5 on 60c then the custom model need to be really good to justify its purchase.

    Edit: Or maybe...there won't be reference models on stock...
     
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    This is neither Hawaii nor Vega.
    And it's also worth noting which was the base for this overclock. I.e. is it a 25% OC or a 5-10% OC.
     
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    Not talking about Ampere because people that preordered the day preordering started are just getting their cards?

    There is a large shipment of Zen3 expected in the next couple of days that should clear up most of those waiting for launch day backorders, at least in NA.
    I haven't seen numbers for 6800/XT launch, but it doesn't really matter at this point. It is going to sell out regardless. The big difference is that there will be regular shipments of product.
     
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    Should do it properly:



    :)
     
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    Default max boost is 2105. So 20%ish?
     
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    The graphics card was tested with the latest 27.20.14501.1206 driver that supports Big Navi. The testing platform features Ryzen 9 3900X (12-core processors) with MSI MEG X570 GODLIKE motherboard. What you might not know is that this is one of the four confirmed motherboards to support Smart Access Memory technology at launch. Meaning, we are definitely looking at a result from a reviewer who might be testing said technology.

    I hope thats not what he is testing since SAM doesn’t work with Zen2.
     
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    That's what AMD gave on the specsheet. And I also know that Ryzen 5000 regularly exceeds its max boost by a couple of bins, thoough AMD said, by how much exactly is also down to individual sample quality.
     
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    Now I'm wondering how the vanilla 6800 compares to a RTX 3080, when averaging 2.5GHz. On fillrate-limited scenarios it might give even the 3090 a run for its money.

    4 days until release, meaning review embargos should be lifted up to 3 days from now?

    Not much longer to wait, fortunately.
     
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