AMD’s CEO had the luxury to announce the most powerful GPU of AMD’s RX 6000 series. First thing’s first, the RX 6000 series have all taken place in today’s announcement, with great power that will reflect in the best fitting gaming performance. It is advertised as the killer of Nvidia’s Big Ferocious GPU, despite its slightly weaker specifications.
Budget-wise, it is probably quite vital to invest in this GPU rather than the RTX 3090, even though the specs are slightly off. Below you can find the full Radeon RX 6000 Series and their specifications.
|Radeon GPU 6000 Series||RX 6800||RX 6800 XT||RX 6900 XT|
|Process||TSMC 7nm||TSMC 7nm||TSMC 7nm|
|Game Clock (MHz)||1815||2015||2015|
|Boost Clock (MHz)||2105||2250||2250|
|Infinity Cache (MB)||128||128||128|
|Memory||16GB GDDR6||16GB GDDR6||16GB GDDR6|
The RX 6800 and the 6800 XT will arrive on November 18, while the RX 6900 XT will come slightly bit later, on December 8. Some of the performance benchmarks (@4K Resolution) have also implied a rather strong performance against its biggest competitor, also known as Nvidia’s RTX 3090 (BFGPU).
The charts above state the pure focus on the very immersive 4K Gaming at high frames per second, in which the RX 6900 XT is clearly beating the RTX 3090 by a slight margin. Concisely said, they’re going back and forth in the video games at which the GPUs were benchmarked. What’s your opinion on the next-gen AMD GPUs? Let us know in the comments below!