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Unigine Superposition

AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT Roundup Review

Unigine Superposition

The Unigine range of benchmarks has been long standing parts of the OC3D test suite. From Heaven to Valley and now Superposition it’s one of the best ways of not only testing your new purchase but putting it through the mill too. In fact the Superposition test is the one we use to test our temperatures. If you haven’t seen it running you’re really missing out.

AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT Roundup Review  

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17-03-2021, 18:35:51

AngryGoldfish
This is a meagre jump from the 5700XT. With that price increase, it's really nothing special. It's an improvement in performance-per-watt, which is impressive given it's the same process node, but that's about it. If I could choose between a 3060Ti or 3070 over a 6700XT, I'd choose the Nvidia card. They're just as efficient, have the same performance per dollar, have more consistent drivers, and most importantly offer far more software features. I get why AMD are charging so much for these, but they're not worth the money IMO. The 6700XT is a £350 GPU, maybe £375 because of the nice VRAM buffer, but that's it. Terrible RT, no DLSS, inferior streaming software.Quote

17-03-2021, 22:59:46

queeg
pretty much agree im using a 5700xt now @1440 and have been really pleased with it paid half what i did 4 my 1080ti in the other system........ i suppose though these results are run everything maxed a little tweaking likely make a masssive jump in frames but yeah doesent seem a big jump...........id like to get me hands on the 68xt maybe 69 or a 3080ti one day maybe just going to have to wait it out maybe next gen be here by then and loads of undesired cards to clearQuote

17-03-2021, 23:03:55

Bartacus
I wonder if these will have mysterious 'blackout' issues too. Not sure if those plague the 6800XT, but some of us with 6900XTs are having blackout problems, very strange stuff. Fingers crossed that doesn't happen to anyone buying the 6700/6800s, it's a maddening issue, wouldn't wish it on anyone!Quote
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