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  • GPU: Boost Clock: Up to 2365 MHz
  • GPU: Boost Clock: Up to 2135 MHz
  • Memory: 16GB/256 bit DDR6. 16 Gbps Effective
  • Stream Processors: 5120
  • RDNA 2 Architecture
  • Ray Accelerator:80
  • ARGB Fan

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Monoprice.com via Amazon and eBay has the Sapphire Nitro+ 6900 XT SE on SALE for 747.00 - Free S/H

https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-T...190&sr=8-1

https://www.ebay.com/itm/234499126323?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&mkrid=711-127632-2357-0&ssspo=bIFzbCYhSca&sssrc=2047675&ssuid=vqh_2vFzQ-O&widget_ver=artemis&media=COPY

https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=43405 @749.00

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NITRO+ AMD Radeon™ RX 6900 XT SE
GPU: Boost Clock: Up to 2365 MHz
GPU: Game Clock: Up to 2135 MHz
Memory: 16GB/256 bit DDR6. 16 Gbps Effective
Stream Processors: 5120
RDNA™ 2 Architecture
Ray Accelerator:80
ARGB Fan
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T1NY asked this question on 08-19-2022 at 02:09 PM
08-19-2022 at 02:09 PM
3080ti to 3090 raw power. ray tracing 3070 to 3070ti performance. No DLSS but has FSR which is a bit behind Nvidia.
08-19-2022 at 02:09 PM
I think they're comparable in terms of raw power. But if you care about ray tracing and DLSS then you'd want the 3080 ti.

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Depends, hardware and software implementation still isn't there for RT. Maybe another generation or two later and a lot more developers signing on to make it worthwhile.
DLSS is indeed great. But it's most useful for lesser power cards struggling to stay close to 60fps. With AMD and FSR 2.0 gaining a lot of traction and it works on every GPU, good chance this will be the second coming of gsync versus freesync and how that played out.

Buy what's affordable and does what you need.
So far the cheapest 6900XT is the Powercolor Red Devil from Microcenter $699. If you wanted to pull the trigger. Next gen is a what if scenario. We are not sure of the supplies they will have available if its released this year.



I would suggest atleast a B550 or X570S, I tried a 5800XT in my old B450 and it had a power problem afterwards. These last gen GPU's are very power hungry and in my opinion need a strong MOBO to go with them.




If you are playing 1080p there is no point in upgrading yet. It would just be for giggles. I would only upgrade if you are trying to push 1440p to above 144hz or 4k 60-120hz.

I am personally looking for a card that is best bang for buck that can do 4k at 120hz. So far the 6900XT is winning as the price keeps lowering. I am having a hard time deciding myself if I should buy the Microcenter $699 6900XT Red Devil or keep waiting for it to go down further.

If money wasn't an option, I would get the xfx Black Merc316 from Newegg for $799. That is the best model of 6900XT. If that model drops to $599 I would pull the trigger in a heart beat.

I also just picked up a Open-Box MSI 6900XT from Microcenter today for $598. Its condition is unknown, I have to test it tomorrow. It came without a box and sticker residue on the top side. I am not very positive about this Open-Box as of yet. I might just run it to see the FPS in my game and return it.

As far as models for performance goes:
6900XT models I have researched so far..
(Base clock/Boost clock)

This model is 2100-2300mhz (I did not research this one yet)
Red Devil is 2100-2300mhz (good cooling)
MSI is 1900-2300mhz (Has hot spot and lowest base clock)
XFX Black Merc316 2100-2400mhz (top performance, cooling and best looking imo)
Gigabyte (I have not researched yet)

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Is this comparable to a 3080ti?
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Is this comparable to a 3080ti?
I think they're comparable in terms of raw power. But if you care about ray tracing and DLSS then you'd want the 3080 ti.
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I think they're comparable in terms of raw power. But if you care about ray tracing and DLSS then you'd want the 3080 ti.
Depends, hardware and software implementation still isn't there for RT. Maybe another generation or two later and a lot more developers signing on to make it worthwhile.
DLSS is indeed great. But it's most useful for lesser power cards struggling to stay close to 60fps. With AMD and FSR 2.0 gaining a lot of traction and it works on every GPU, good chance this will be the second coming of gsync versus freesync and how that played out.

Buy what's affordable and does what you need.
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Is this comparable to a 3080ti?

3080ti to 3090 raw power. ray tracing 3070 to 3070ti performance. No DLSS but has FSR which is a bit behind Nvidia.
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This is such a tempting upgrade form a 5700xt but I haven't found interest in any games that would really benefit from the 6900xt Frown
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Either is switching to P-O-S.
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Should I get this? I have a rtx 1080 from the Stone Age that I been waiting on upgrading. Or should I just keep waiting til next gen
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I have a six year old pc. Can I put this card in there or is a new motherboard required?
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Should I get this? I have a rtx 1080 from the Stone Age that I been waiting on upgrading. Or should I just keep waiting til next gen
So far the cheapest 6900XT is the Powercolor Red Devil from Microcenter $699. If you wanted to pull the trigger. Next gen is a what if scenario. We are not sure of the supplies they will have available if its released this year.

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I have a six year old pc. Can I put this card in there or is a new motherboard required?
I would suggest atleast a B550 or X570S, I tried a 5800XT in my old B450 and it had a power problem afterwards. These last gen GPU's are very power hungry and in my opinion need a strong MOBO to go with them.

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This is such a tempting upgrade form a 5700xt but I haven't found interest in any games that would really benefit from the 6900xt Frown

If you are playing 1080p there is no point in upgrading yet. It would just be for giggles. I would only upgrade if you are trying to push 1440p to above 144hz or 4k 60-120hz.

I am personally looking for a card that is best bang for buck that can do 4k at 120hz. So far the 6900XT is winning as the price keeps lowering. I am having a hard time deciding myself if I should buy the Microcenter $699 6900XT Red Devil or keep waiting for it to go down further.

If money wasn't an option, I would get the xfx Black Merc316 from Newegg for $799. That is the best model of 6900XT. If that model drops to $599 I would pull the trigger in a heart beat.

I also just picked up a Open-Box MSI 6900XT from Microcenter today for $598. Its condition is unknown, I have to test it tomorrow. It came without a box and sticker residue on the top side. I am not very positive about this Open-Box as of yet. I might just run it to see the FPS in my game and return it.

As far as models for performance goes:
6900XT models I have researched so far..
(Base clock/Boost clock)

This model is 2100-2300mhz (I did not research this one yet)
Red Devil is 2100-2300mhz (good cooling)
MSI is 1900-2300mhz (Has hot spot and lowest base clock)
XFX Black Merc316 2100-2400mhz (top performance, cooling and best looking imo)
Gigabyte (I have not researched yet)
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Should I get this? I have a rtx 1080 from the Stone Age that I been waiting on upgrading. Or should I just keep waiting til next gen
Do you have a particular complaint with the 1080? It's one of the best cards made in terms of holding its own against newer cards. I run one and it still does very well for me, but I'm not considering a $750 upgrade, I'm waiting for a more modest upgrade for around $300 - which is to say a cheap 3060Ti or 3070. For $750 you're in a whole different performance world than the 1080, if you think you need 3-4x the capability then yes, you should get this.
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