AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Review

F1 2020

AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Review

F1 2020

Speaking of racing games that absolutely rock on the AMD hardware, despite being launched at a time when there wasn’t any motorsport – or any sport – in the world, F1 2020 is everything it could realistically be. No, the track list doesn’t match the real 2020 F1 season, but the cars are close to their real-life counterparts and the graphics engine brings all the glorious imagery we’ve come to expect from Codemasters F1 titles. We’re running with it all to the stops, because of course we are.

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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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