Tuesday, November 17th 2020

ASRock Announces its Radeon RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 Series Custom-design Graphics Cards

The global leading motherboard manufacturer, ASRock, launched its AMD Radeon RX 6800 series graphics cards, including Taichi, Phantom Gaming, and the Challenger product series. From the high-end Radeon RX 6800 XT Taichi X 16G OC, the mid-level Radeon RX 6800 XT Phantom Gaming D 16G OC and Radeon RX 6800 Phantom Gaming D 16G OC, to the mainstream Radeon RX 6800 Challenger Pro 16G OC, the complete product line gives users the most variety of choices.

ASRock's AMD Radeon RX 6800 series graphics cards leverage 7 nm process technology and AMD RDNA 2 gaming architecture, and support the DirectX 12 Ultimate software standard and hardware-accelerated raytracing. The product line features 16 GB of 256-bit GDDR6 memory, and also supports the latest PCI Express 4.0 bus standard. It adopts ASRock's custom "Striped Axial Fan" and Polychrome SYNC ARGB LEDs, with outstanding pre-overclocked GPU clock settings and rich additional features. The performance of ASRock's AMD Radeon RX 6800 series graphics cards provide gamers with an excellent 4K gaming experience.
The high-end Radeon RX 6800 XT Taichi X 16G OC graphics card uses the triple-fan Taichi 3X cooling system to provide powerful cooling performance, and unique ARGB Taichi halo, side and back LED lighting effects that support Polychrome SYNC to allow users to customize lighting effects. The metal frame and backplate prevent the PCB from bending, and the Dual BIOS option allows users to freely choose their favorite BIOS settings. With its excellent performance and rich features, ASRock Radeon RX 6800 XT Taichi X 16G OC graphics card is the premium choice for power users.

The mid-level ASRock Radeon RX 6800 XT Phantom Gaming D 16G OC and Radeon RX 6800 XT Phantom Gaming D 16G OC graphics cards use the triple-fan Phantom Gaming 3X cooling system to provide great heat dissipation. The reinforced metal frame and backplate prevent the board from bending. The ARGB fan and the side ARGB LED board support Polychrome SYNC to allow users to customize the lighting effects. These special selling points, coupled with the cool black and red color appearance, make ASRock Radeon RX 6800 Phantom Gaming series graphics cards ideal to meet the core needs of gamers.

The mainstream ASRock Radeon RX 6800 Challenger Pro 16G OC graphics card uses a triple-fan thermal design, which provides superb cooling performance, and also has a side ARGB LED panel that supports Polychrome SYNC to allow users to customize the lighting effects. These practical designs make the ASRock Radeon RX 6800 XT Challenger Pro 16G OC graphics card the most suitable product for mainstream customers.

For more information, visit the product pages of the Radeon RX 6800 XT Taichi X 16G OC, Radeon RX 6800 XT Phantom Gaming D 16G OC, Radeon RX 6800 Phantom Gaming D 16G OC, and Radeon RX 6800 Challenger Pro 16G OC.
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15 Comments on ASRock Announces its Radeon RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 Series Custom-design Graphics Cards

#1
ebivan
These look like they came out of Fortnite or Fall Guys. Made for 12 year olds...

I really like the no-bullshit-look of the reference cards...
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#2
spnidel
those heatsinks look beefy as hell
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#3
ratirt
Challenger is more to my liking from all those cards in terms of visuals.
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#4
Firedrops
Challenger series looks waaaaay too much like Gigabyte's old windforce series (circa nvidia 700 series)
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#5
dj-electric
I really wish Taiwan will discover the beauty of simplicity already.
These noisy, mouth-foam inducing designs look plain nasty.
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#6
lemoncarbonate
Nice looking card, doesn't look boring but not overly done.

But according to reviews Asrock's 5700 series have bad temp. Hopefully they fixed it
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#7
bonehead123
Anutha day, ANUTHA set of fugggly, yawn-inspiring cards....

snoozerfest :)
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#8
Flanker
dj-electric
I really wish Taiwan will discover the beauty of simplicity already.
These noisy, mouth-foam inducing designs look plain nasty.
Try professional or office products. The consumer sectors has always been trying too hard to be cool. There is definitely exceptions to this generalization but we have to look hard for it.
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#9
Gmr_Chick
Gotta say, I like the look of the Taichi this time around. Other than that though, ASRock's 5000 series Phantom cards looked better, I thought.
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#10
ebivan
Are these ugly bastards the first 6800xt cards we see that have 3x 8 pin power?
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#11
AnarchoPrimitiv
The phantom would look nice if it weren't for the red accents... All hardware should be color agnostic these days. That whole "red and black" thing is just a played out, cliché trope of the PC world now.
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#12
freeagent
dj-electric
I really wish Taiwan will discover the beauty of simplicity already.
These noisy, mouth-foam inducing designs look plain nasty.
But this is what the masses want. Look at the unicorn puke in all of the cases posted over the last 3 years lol.
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#13
yukinin97
freeagent
But this is what the masses want. Look at the unicorn puke in all of the cases posted over the last 3 years lol.
Not like we have much of a choice either way when essentially every new card coming out seems to be designed by adults who never got over light up shoes like the rest of us did.

Unfortunately, the reference cards are not that much looking, either...especially when you place them right next to Nvidia's FE RTX 3000s, IMO.
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#14
Gmr_Chick
Jesus y'all, enough with the RGB bashing. Don't like it? Turn it off. Or better yet, switch it to a color that matches your build! See? Simple. But stop acting like RGB stuff is the abhorrent cancer of PC DIY culture already :rolleyes:
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freeagent
Gmr_Chick
Jesus y'all, enough with the RGB bashing. Don't like it? Turn it off. Or better yet, switch it to a color that matches your build! See? Simple. But stop acting like RGB stuff is the abhorrent cancer of PC DIY culture already :rolleyes:
My stuff is so old it doesn't have it :D I wouldn't mind a little, but not on the fans because not to be that guy but those colorful fans just don't move enough air for me :)

I run 120x38s.. I wouldn't mind upgrading to 140x38s but I value what little of my sanity is left.
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