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AMD's Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Cooled GPU Leaks at Multiple Retailers

It's official, AMD has a faster RX 6900 XT in the works

AMD's Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Cooled GPU Leaks at Multiple Retailers

AMD's Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Cooled GPU Leaks at Multiple Retailers

It's official, AMD is launching a liquid-cooled Radeon RX 6900 XT graphics card. First, the graphics card has appeared on PowerColor's website, and now the graphics card has appeared at various retailers, including PCSpecialist

Right now, we know everything that we need to know about the graphics card, from its dual-slot housing to its 120mm AIO Liquid Cooler design, its exact hardware specifications, and even the graphics card's power requirements. 

Thanks to Videocardz, we now know that AMD's liquid-cooled Radeon RX 6900 XT has received a 10% power bump, explaining how AMD has been able to push their RDNA 2 silicon further. AMD's liquid-cooled Radeon RX 6900 XT features a 30W increase in power draw, giving the GPU a TGP of 330W. 

According to PowerColor's GPU listing, AMD's Radeon RX 6900 XT LC graphics card features a "game clock" of 2250 MHz and 18Gbps GDDR6 memory. These changes indicate that AMD's RX 6900 XT LC features a game clock speed boost of around 11.7% and a VRAM bandwidth increase of 11.25% compared to the company's reference air-cooled RX 6900 XT. An 11%+ increase in core/memory performance for a 10% increase in TGP sounds like a good deal to me. 

AMD's Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Cooled graphics card has recently appeared at PCSpecialist and Maingrear, two large custom system builders. Dospara, a Japanese system builder, has also released a press release that claims that the retailer only has 100 units that feature AMD's reference liquid cooler. This suggests that AMD's RX 6900 XT Liquid Cooled graphics card will be available in limited quantities. 

Update - NZXT has confirmed that they are now producing custom systems with AMD's Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Cooled GPU. 
 

 Radeon
RX 6700 XT
(Reference)
Radeon
RX 6800
(Reference)
Radeon
RX 6800 XT
(Reference)

Radeon
RX 6900 XT
(Reference)

Radeon
RX 6900 XT LC
(Leaked)

Compute Units4060728080
Shaders25603840460851205120
Game Frequency2424 MHz1815 MHz2015 MHz2015 MHz2250 MHz
Boost Frequency2581 MHz2105 MHz2250 MHz2250 MHz2435 MHz
VRAM Size12GB16GB16GB16GB16GB
VRAM Speed16Gbps16Gbps16 Gbps16 Gbps18 Gbps
Memory
Bandwidth
384 GB/s512 GB/s512 GB/s512 GB/s576 GB/s
Infinity Cache96MB128MB128MB128MB128MB
Power Inputs
8-pin &
6-pin
2x8-pin2x8-pin2x8-pin 
2x8-pin
Total Graphics
Power (TGP)
230W250W300W300W330W

AMD's Radeon RX 6900 XT Liquid Cooled GPU Leaks at Multiple RetailersWe fully expect AMD's Radeon RX 6900 XT to be available in minimal quantities, a factor that may make this graphics card almost impossible to purchase. Based on recent listings, this graphics card may also be exclusive to OEM system builders. Until AMD makes an official announcement, we can only speculate. 

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Most Recent Comments

16-06-2021, 18:28:20

AlienALX
Single 120. LOL.Quote

17-06-2021, 02:03:47

Bartacus
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Single 120. LOL.
Indeed, good luck with that, LOL! Quote

17-06-2021, 13:03:42

Warchild
Well i believe it still stands true that a single 120mm rad/fan is enough dissipation for each device you have in your pc. Don't expect cool temps though Quote

17-06-2021, 15:39:42

Bartacus
My 6900XT is bouncing around the 2700mhz core mark when gaming, with the memory clocks maxxed at 2150mhz. I think I could boil a single 120 AIO, LOL! Quote

17-06-2021, 16:09:36

AlienALX
You could boil a single 120 AIO since the Titan XP. It wasn't enough. TBH it won't be any better than the air cooler, only you are introducing another point of failure. The AIOs they used on the Fury X were absolutely terrible, and I have seen numerous people over the past 2-3 years have theirs die and then they were screwed. Nothing wrong with the card at all, the cooler dried up or the pump failed. Even from day one they were noisy.Quote
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