Thursday, October 29th 2020

MSI Unveils Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming X Trio

MSI in its regular MSI Insider stream unveiled its premium custom-design graphics card based on the Radeon RX 6800 XT, the RX 6800 XT Gaming X Trio. This card features the latest generation Tri Frozr 2 board design that the company introduced with its NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30-series custom-design graphics cards. The Radeon logo sits next to an illuminated MSI Gaming logo along the top of the card. Next to them are two 8-pin PCIe power inputs. The cooling solution appears to be of the same size as the one found on the GeForce RTX 3080 Gaming X Trio. We expect this card to MSI's most premium RX 6800 XT offering. AMD in its launch event for the RX 6000 series claimed that the RX 6800 XT offers performance competitive with the RTX 3080.
Source: VideoCardz (Twitter)
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10 Comments on MSI Unveils Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming X Trio

#1
Sandbo
Looking pretty good, but with my awkward chassis GPU length limit at 230 mm, I really hope there will be another ITX card like Powercolor's 5700 ITX.
Maybe there will be one for 6800, but then I would rather pay for 6800XT....
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#2
Turmania
powercolor has itx in 5700 ( non xt ) and lower powered models. do not expect mini itx gpu`s from both companies, above 175w range. so current announced models will not happen.
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#3
Xex360
Any information on the prices?
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#4
Sandbo
Turmania
powercolor has itx in 5700 ( non xt ) and lower powered models. do not expect mini itx gpu`s from both companies, above 175w range. so current announced models will not happen.
I get that, but then Zotac 3070 is actually 230 mm long. Not much of an ITX but short enough for quite a lot of small chassis.
I wish someone can do the same for AMD, and probably they are more motivated this time.
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#5
Chomiq
Nothing from sapphire yet?
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#6
Lionheart
Chomiq
Nothing from sapphire yet?
Save best for last.
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#8
Gmr_Chick
Lionheart
Save best for last.
Hell yes. I LOVED my Nitro+ 5700XT from an aesthetic standpoint. Unfortunately, I could never get it to work for me so I was forced to sell. I'd LOVE another one though. Maybe I'd have better luck with it this time around...
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NesteaZen
Turmania
powercolor has itx in 5700 ( non xt ) and lower powered models. do not expect mini itx gpu`s from both companies, above 175w range. so current announced models will not happen.
doesn't powercolor's warranty suck? isn't it being handled like by one guy?
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