AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Review

3DMARK: Port Royal

AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Review

3DMARK: Port Royal

One of the first Ray Tracing benchmarks to appear, the value of Port Royal cannot be overstated. Games always take a while to adopt new technologies but benchmark/demos can get on board much faster and show off where your hard-earned is going. With the next generation of consoles supporting Ray Tracing too it’s only a matter of time before it becomes a bigger part of our lives.

AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Review  

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16-12-2020, 00:17:59

Stoly
I really like how the 6800 series look.

They look like pro cards, no bells, whistles or blinky LEDs. Its been a while since I really liked an AMD reference card design.Quote

16-12-2020, 03:48:24

Dicehunter
Great review Tom !

Other people have said in their review that they think something is wrong on the driver and/or firmware side, A card with a fair chunk more under the hood should perform better, Not match a lower tier card or just slightly edge it out in certain titles, Unless RDNA2 really doesn't scale well like AMD said in the past and there are diminishing returns beyond a certain CU count.Quote

16-12-2020, 08:04:11

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Great review Tom !

Other people have said in their review that they think something is wrong on the driver and/or firmware side, A card with a fair chunk more under the hood should perform better, Not match a lower tier card or just slightly edge it out in certain titles, Unless RDNA2 really doesn't scale well like AMD said in the past and there are diminishing returns beyond a certain CU count.
There's diminishing returns for overclocks as well. Hitting 2.8Ghz is nice, but it only introduces a little extra performance.Quote

16-12-2020, 20:45:05

Kaapstad
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
There's diminishing returns for overclocks as well. Hitting 2.8Ghz is nice, but it only introduces a little extra performance.
When the Asus Strix 6900 XT LC turns up it will be a beast because of the AIO unit it comes with.

Overclocking works well providing you keep the thing cool, failing that it is a case of diminishing returns because of throttling.Quote

17-12-2020, 03:40:05

FTLN
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Originally Posted by Kaapstad View Post
When the Asus Strix 6900 XT LC turns up it will be a beast because of the AIO unit it comes with.

Overclocking works well providing you keep the thing cool, failing that it is a case of diminishing returns because of throttling.

Lets just hope the pump on it doent make a horrible whining noise like all the EVGA AIO cards..Quote
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