Wednesday, December 2nd 2020

PowerColor Announces Radeon RX 6800 FIGHTER Graphics Card

TUL Corporation, a leading and innovative manufacturer of AMD graphic cards since 1997, today is announcing its new PowerColor Fighter RX 6800 based on AMD's latest RDNA2 architecture and with 16 GB of GDDR6, offering solid 4K gaming performance for the most price conscious gamers. Powered by AMD RDNA 2 architecture, PowerColor Fighter RX 6800 graphics card features 60 Compute Units, 128 MB of all new AMD Infinity Cache and 16 GB of dedicated GDDR6 memory, is engineered to deliver ultra-high frame rates and serious 4K resolution gaming.

PowerColor Fighter RX 6800 graphics card is designed for gamers on a budget but with powerful gaming performance in mind. Fighter RX 6800 is paired with effective triple cooling fan design, Mute Fan Technology, BIOS switch button, and reinforced back plate, so the Fighter can fight with you to enjoy exceptional gaming experiences.
Designed for efficiency
PowerColor Fighter RX 6800 Graphics Card features 3x 90 mm optimized fan design to maintain your card under the best temperatures. PowerColor Fighter RX6800 comes with various copper heatpipes and an enlarged heatsink surface to provide lower temperatures but better performance.

With the BIOS switch, simply press the button, when the light is on, you are already on OC mode which has increased the performance. Just immerse yourself in your games! The card also features a metal back plate which is extremely rigid that provides strength to the card PCB bending prevention, the hollow area allows heat release promptly to enhance airflow.

Powerhouse Performance
AMD Radeon RX 6800 Series graphics cards deliver ultra-high frame rates and serious 4K gameplay. Get the ultimate gaming experience with powerful new compute units, groundbreaking AMD Infinity Cache, and up to 16 GB of dedicated GDDR6 memory. And, when paired with an AMD Ryzen 5000 Series desktop processor, AMD Smart Access Memory technology offers new levels of gaming performance.
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14 Comments on PowerColor Announces Radeon RX 6800 FIGHTER Graphics Card

#1
Chomiq
No price - no surprise.
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#3
GamerGuy
If it's PowerColor, then it has to be Red Devil, accept nothing less!:toast:
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#4
KaitouX
I suppose that this is one of the cheaper models AMD said to HardwareUnboxed that would be coming in the next 4~8 weeks? So hopefully the MSRP of this will be the same as the reference or at maximum $20 or so more expensive.
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#5
Fluffmeister
BigBonedCartman
“Fighter” against adequate stock quantities
Indeed, they should have called it "Unicorn".
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#6
dorsetknob
"YOUR RMA REQUEST IS CON-REFUSED"
GamerGuy
If it's PowerColor, then it has to be Red Devil, accept nothing less!:toast:
Nah""
This one will be marketed as RED BARON FIGHTER" :) ( 3 fans like the 3 wings of the Fokker Triplane, he flew )
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#7
ShurikN
Chomiq
No price - no surprise.
Rumors are it's very close to msrp if not exactly at it.
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#8
Dristun
ShurikN
Rumors are it's very close to msrp if not exactly at it.
Don't think it matters in the current market. For example, I just checked the 3060ti supply and while there are plenty of cards available today, the cheapest ones in russia are priced at mind-boggling 605$ (gigabyte eagle and msi twin fan (not even ventus, the one that's even shittier!), the two that are supposed to be close to msrp)
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#9
JaymondoGB
But they dont exist, so worthless to talk about. Nice box
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#10
aktpu
This is the cheapest AIB-card listed in Finland, 50€ more than reference design
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#11
sepheronx
Dristun
Don't think it matters in the current market. For example, I just checked the 3060ti supply and while there are plenty of cards available today, the cheapest ones in russia are priced at mind-boggling 605$ (gigabyte eagle and msi twin fan (not even ventus, the one that's even shittier!), the two that are supposed to be close to msrp)
We don't even have them listed here in Canada from what I can tell.
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#12
Mistral
Who comes with that brilliant marketing language?

"various copper heatpipes and an enlarged heatsink", fo realz?

Not to mention "fighter" sounds like a big step down from "red devil"...

Nice, no-frills, straightforward card that will fit in narrower cases though...
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#13
watzupken
Its funny how AIB are announcing new models, when you can barely find any stock at all. There are stores that mentioned that they are not expecting any stock till Mar 2021 at least.

I feel if one is getting a high end card like the RX 6800 series, the minimal standards will be the reference model from AMD. All the AIB low entry level models tend to have questionable build.
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#14
badtaylorx
how did they not get Square in on this???
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