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

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  1. CarstenS

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    Not sure how those numbers are reached. Does mindfactory provide an API to grab the data? In the plain webshop front, you can only see the numbers for cards that are currently in stock, for example they got a bunch of 6900 XT right now: https://www.mindfactory.de/Hardware/Grafikkarten+(VGA)/Radeon+RX+Serie/RX+6900+XT.html but not a single 6800 XT or 6800.

    Here's the overview from proshop.dk for Radeon 6000:
    https://www.proshop.de/AMD-Radeon-RX-6000-Series-overview

    For Nvidia, apparently, they removed the total number of cards shipped in their overview:
    https://www.proshop.de/RTX-30series-overview

    makes you wonder...
     
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    Me neither. He has provided a broad overview of his process, implying it's a bot.
     
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    I think NVIDIA requested the numbers be masked a bit...but before they did that is was about 3/4 NVIDIA and 1/4 AMD cards the last time I checked both pages.

    Edit:
    Looking at the orders waiting for fulfillment...the spread seems even wider:
    upload_2021-1-19_14-6-48.png

    RTX 3080:
    upload_2021-1-19_14-7-46.png
     
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    A Look At Radeon ProRender 2.0 GPU Rendering Performance – Techgage
    January, 20, 2021
     
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    Unreal Engine - AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Performance (pugetsystems.com)
    Written on January 19, 2021 by Kelly Shipman

     
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    AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Review Roundup (pugetsystems.com)
    Written on January 21, 2021 by Matt Bach
     
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    More than 10 of these arrived in stock on Thursday morning:

    PowerColor Radeon RX 6900XT Red Devil 16GB Graphics Card | Ebuyer.com

    and there's still 4 left. I dare say the madness has turned a corner.

    From reviews and user feedback it appears that the XFX Speedster Merc is the one to get for quietness/cooling. That might be why the Red Devil is staying in stock (along with the price). The Merc is the longest of all the custom cards though, at about 340mm, so you'll want a long case or have no storage between the card and the front of the case.

    A friend ordered the Merc 6900XT on Monday 18th at the same site (about £100 less than the Red Devil at £1153). The site said it would arrive around the 26 February. He got it on Friday :)

    So EBuyer's "pre-order" is misleading.
     
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    Well that actually seems like it's priced relatively reasonably. We have some stock in Finland, but it's easy to see why, when they've priced Asus 6900 XT TUF at 1820€ and RX 6800 (non-XT) Strix OC at 1150€ - over twice what reference straight from AMD costs (576,24€ for Finland) whenever they're in stock.
    edit: nvm, it was pounds, forget what I said about reasonable.
     
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    There's something strange going on with Proshop, they've gotten a lot less Radeons than many smaller players in Finland for example, with GeForces they were getting more than those same shops in Finland did
     
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    Yes, I've ordered Gigabyte 6800XT OC thing and got it next day (yesterday). About £120 over what I would imagine it should cost, but the card is quiet and has BIOS switch. It is long though, it didn't fit into my home server case, so now I run CrossFire 6800XT's :runaway:
    I wanted to get RTX 3080 this time, was late by few hours as eBuyer had them in the morning. Didn't dare to ask at what prices though.

    Cards are definitely coming in decent quantities, but shops sell them to miners or only if arranged over the phone, rarely putting them officially via their store sites.
    I can justify overpaying a bit as card will hopefully mine me the differenck back and once it becomes uneconomical to mine again, my son will get a very nice upgrade from 5700XT.
     
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    Nice, it sure is a very nice and huge upgrade going from 5700XT class GPU to 6800XT. Ive heard these OC well too.
     
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    Yes, I did just a quick test on Gigabyte 6800XT and it completed one 3DMark PortRoyale pass at 2750MHz GPU and memory maxed as per usual. Seems to be very close if not slightly better than my first 6800XT when comes to OC. I feel very lucky to score two cards capable of running 2700MHz+ on the GPU :)
     
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    Damn thats some sweet clocks indeed. Rasterization monsters for sure, at those clocks and amount of CU's those GPUs really come alive. Happy gaming :)
     
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    Yes, this is average clock in CP2077 at QHD on my card on water, 2nd card is just mining in the background. I haven't tried CrossFire in CP2077, doubt it will work, but I will test it shortly ;)
    [​IMG]

    EDIT: No CF support in this game. Quake II RT is also crashing with MultiGPU option enabled :(
     
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    @CarstenS any update on this topic?
     
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    This friend's pre-order of a 3080 at EBuyer, since November, wasn't fulfilled, so he had similar luck!
     
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    Very well optimized for AMD and NV architectures :)
     
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    Yep. AMD just released their optimized Hitman 3 drivers with big gains. Nvidia are due to release their drivers this week.
     
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