Wednesday, November 4th 2020

PowerColor Announces its Radeon RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 Graphics Cards

TUL Corporation, a leading and innovative manufacturer of AMD graphic cards since 1997, is tackling today the high end gaming market with its new RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 based on the AMD's RDNA2 architecture and with 16Gb of GDDR6, PowerColor RX6800 stakes gaming to a new level of visual immersion and graphics performance.

AMD RDNA 2 gaming architecture was designed to deliver the optimal combination of performance and power efficiency. AMD RDNA 2 architecture is the next generation enthusiast gaming platforms. Designed for the most demanding gaming enthusiasts looking to game on the highest possible settings PowerColor RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 come with boost clock up to 2250 MHz and 2105 MHz respectively and makes use of 16 GB of ultra-fast GDDR6 for no performance compromises.
Radeon Anti-Lag and AMD FidelityFX
Gamers wants the best visual fidelity and the fastest response, with AMD FidelityFX and AMD Radeon Anti-Lag gamers can enjoy the most responsive gaming with the lowest latency with a plethora of lighting, shadow, and reflection effects at maximum performance.

AMD FreeSync Technology
Take full advantage of the AMD Radeon RX 6800 series graphics cards by pairing with a certified AMD FreeSync technology-enabled monitor to enable an exceptional stutter and tear-free gaming experience with high refresh rates, low latency, and stunning HDR.
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15 Comments on PowerColor Announces its Radeon RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 Graphics Cards

#1
Sandbo
At this stage the only thing they need to tell us is the warranty tbh
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#3
ebivan
Wow, these cards look much more interesting than the ones from Sapphire and Asrock ;)
These are so much different :l
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#4
Vya Domus
The coolers look very similar and I bet the boards are exactly the same. I expect the 6800 to reach and sustain much higher overclocks, unless they limited it in some other way through the BIOS.
Sandbo
At this stage the only thing they need to tell us is the warranty tbh
Why is that suddenly so important ?
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#5
Sandbo
Vya Domus
The coolers look very similar and I bet the boards are exactly the same. I expect the 6800 to reach and sustain much higher overclocks, unless they limited it in some other way through the BIOS.



Why is that suddenly so important ?
These are called reference boards, meaning they are all the same except the length (and terms) of warranty the individual manufacturers promise.
In terms of differences, not that this is important, but it's the only difference.
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#6
ratirt
Vya Domus
The coolers look very similar and I bet the boards are exactly the same. I expect the 6800 to reach and sustain much higher overclocks, unless they limited it in some other way through the BIOS.
If the card can ramp up to 300W you can expect large increase in clocks. Only if it is not blocked. 2x8pin connector and you are golden.
I surely hope that is the case. :)
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Vya Domus
Sandbo
These are called reference boards, meaning they are all the same except the length (and terms) of warranty the individual manufacturers promise.
In terms of differences, not that this is important, but it's the only difference.
I meant in terms of VRMs, I doubt the 6800 has less phases or anything like that.
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#9
Taraquin
I hope the reference cooler is actually good this time. The ladt 2 gens from Nvidia has been quite good. So far none of the AMD ref-coolers have been good (except for in certain small cases where blowerstyle is good sometimes).
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#10
Lionheart
Minus Infinity
These are just reference boards, so who cares.
You came here to type that so therefore you do.
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#11
mechtech
Interesting, the XT cooler almost looks like its 3 slots thick.
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#12
Minus Infinity
Lionheart
You came here to type that so therefore you do.
That's some warped logic you have there.
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#13
BorgOvermind
This should explain things:

I really hope to see the new architecture at work in laptops soon.
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#14
Lionheart
Minus Infinity
That's some warped logic you have there.
No worries
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