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Which AMD RX 6000 card would you buy?

Which AMD RX 6000 card would you buy?

  • RX 6900 XT

    Votes: 3,347 13.0%
  • RX 6800 XT

    Votes: 8,214 31.9%
  • RX 6800

    Votes: 3,697 14.3%
  • Will skip this generation

    Votes: 2,797 10.9%
  • Using NVIDIA

    Votes: 6,680 25.9%
  • Buying a next-gen console

    Votes: 1,037 4.0%

  • Total voters
    25,772
  • Poll closed .
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Well as expected here in Gougelandastan retailers are sticking to AMD's MSRP of $1049 and $1159 for RX6800/6800XT buuuuuut there's no damn stock to had anywhere I can however order one but dog knows how long it'll take to get to my sticky little hands
 
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I'd buy any of these cards if they existed.

Yeah I don't really give a shit about these cards as I wanted a CPU upgrade, turns out the 5000 series are rare as hen's teeth too.
 
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Because the price diff. on paper between 6800 and XT is only 70$. If that difference remains in real world prices (which now thanks to Nvidia are a thing) most people will buy 6800XT, at 600$ price the difference not significant.
But if 6800XT stock is nonexistent and 6800 is available will people wait or buy 6800?
Board partners like Sapphire, PowerColor, Asus, MSI, ASRock, XFX and so on all have tons of supply coming next week. Not sure how the pricing is going to be like though. But hopefully they are fairly priced. Though it would have been nice if AMD also released the 1440p GPUs > RX 6700XT & 6700 non XT versions.

Yeah I don't really give a shit about these cards as I wanted a CPU upgrade, turns out the 5000 series are rare as hen's teeth too.
Just need to wait a bit longer it seems. Everything has been sold out, and what is interesting is AMD had a ton of stock available. That's how bad people want these things :D
 
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This is an easy one, RX 6800XT. More performance than the RTX 3080, more V-RAM, less heat, lower power consumption, lower price, better drivers, more features.
 
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After waiting 2 months after release for nvidia to still have no stock of the new generation, and for AMD to repeat the same, and for both to release or plan absolutely nothing worth mentioning under 500 British pounds, I ordered a 5700 XT. It's arriving tomorrow. I'm sure it'll be plenty for 1080p.
 
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After waiting 2 months after release for nvidia to still have no stock of the new generation, and for AMD to repeat the same, and for both to release or plan absolutely nothing worth mentioning under 500 British pounds, I ordered a 5700 XT. It's arriving tomorrow. I'm sure it'll be plenty for 1080p.
That's a 1440p card.
The stock for the new GPUs is ridiculous.
 
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That's a 1440p card.
The stock for the new GPUs is ridiculous.
Yeah. And the price. And the power consumption. I understand they're only feeding the 4K hype, but still...
 
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Yeah. And the price. And the power consumption. I understand they're only feeding the 4K hype, but still...
I'll have to wait a bit longer for a lower version like a 6700XT or a 6700. I bought Doom Eternal and refuse to play it till I upgrade my GPU . Just want a reliable 1440p with MAX eye Candy.
 
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If 6700 have 192bit bus for 400 - it will be a dark day for Gfx cards.
 
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I'll have to wait a bit longer for a lower version like a 6700XT or a 6700. I bought Doom Eternal and refuse to play it till I upgrade my GPU . Just want a reliable 1440p with MAX eye Candy.
That was my plan originally, but
1. The release dates and specs are uncertain,
2. If speculations are correct, and the 6700 XT is planned to have 2560 stream processors, then I won't expect it to be a lot different from the 5700 XT apart from the raytracing capability (which is slow on RDNA2 anyway) and SAM (which only gives you 5% extra performance maximum).

The above reasons made me go with the 5700 XT for now, and skip the Ampere/RDNA2 generation altogether.

Edit: By the way, I see you have an RX 580. I played DOOM:E on a GTX 1660 Ti with absolutely no stutter whatsoever. I'm sure you'd be fine too. :)
 
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RX 5700T was the best Graphicscard AMD ever released, it have a Hardwarebug it have stutter if u use HDMI for sound.
Not Nvidia or AMD earlier published a piece of shit like this, but AMD can do it, they better than all.
 
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If 6700 have 192bit bus for 400 - it will be a dark day for Gfx cards.
And with that genius Infinity Cache built in, which makes the RDNA2 lineup specially interesting. :D

That was my plan originally, but
1. The release dates and specs are uncertain,
2. If speculations are correct, and the 6700 XT is planned to have 2560 stream processors, then I won't expect it to be a lot different from the 5700 XT apart from the raytracing capability (which is slow on RDNA2 anyway) and SAM (which only gives you 5% extra performance maximum).

The above reasons made me go with the 5700 XT for now, and skip the Ampere/RDNA2 generation altogether.

Edit: By the way, I see you have an RX 580. I played DOOM:E on a GTX 1660 Ti with absolutely no stutter whatsoever. I'm sure you'd be fine too. :)
I played DOOM twice on maximum settings without a hiccup. And I've tried DOOM Eternal for about 1 hr. and pulled myself away from it, just want to safe it for a new GPU. Also want to be sure I have enough GPU horsepower for the anticipated S.T.A.L.K.E.R 2 & the rumored METRO Exodus Redux or was that a Expansion Pack to extend the game. :D
But I do eventually want to replace my ASRock Motherboard & 1700X CPU with the new ZEN3 & possibly a ASUS ROG. Right now it won't go into sleep mode, and its driving me nuts. I've tried everything in the book.
 
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Well I would have bought a 6800 vanilla IF it would have been available near the MSRP. But in reality all I could get for a reasonable price was a used 2080Ti.
 
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How much are 2080ti going for nowadays?
 
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600€ for a Gigabyte Waterforce WB in my case. Non overclocked, non watercooled can be 100€ cheaper if you get lucky.
 
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I would buy the RX 6700XT or RX 6700. Or even possibly a RX 6600XT if one exists. Just need it for 1440p gaming at the upmost maximum PQ. And preferably with a rate of 80Hz up to 144Hz, depending on the game of course. :D
 
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All the card being listed are not on my price range. I'm very itcging to upgrade my 970 but i'm looking for somthing in the $300 (and below).
I agree. My budget is 400 euro (including tax). Thing is my current setup is more then enough for 1080p, so I see no reason to upgrade just yet. I'll probably skip this generation as well, and wait for a card that can play games in 4k @ 60fps+ that fits in my price range.

I was a bit excited for the 3060ti, but price in my country is closer to 600 euro, 50% over msrp... Most likely due to availability and demand. Right now I'm waiting for the RX 6700 to be reviewed - maybe that will be able to deliver constant 60 fps at 4k for 400e...

Right now I don't even own a current gen desktop... My newest desktop is a 9 year old i7 3930k with a Vega64 graphics card, and it sits unused on my desk since my current daily driver is an asus fa506iv.

I'll build a current gen desktop again when a gpu that fits my needs and budget launches - preferably something from AMD since i view nvidia as mainly responsible for the gpu price hike.
 
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I play Destiny 2.I need fast monitor , 1080p 120hz.6800XT is enough.
 
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I'm easily gunning for a liquid cooled 6900XT.



An Nvidia fan boy.



An "AMD fanboy" running an i7? So in other words an Intel fanboy trying to sell himself as an AMD fan boy - we all know about bait-and-switch tactics.

These people don't understand economics otherwise they wouldn't blow their money on a pro-monopolizing corporations which would reduce consumer choice and drive up prices. They also can't help but come in to a public discussion and display their lack of respect for others.
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my systems specs are dated im running an 3800x
and i am a AMD fan boy
not a stupid boy
for ages amd cpu sucks comparing to intel so...
 
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my systems specs are dated im running an 3800x
and i am a fan boy
not a stupid boy
for ages amd cpu sucks comparing to intel so...
Your Ryzen 7 3800X can pound any PC Game into submission.
 
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my systems specs are dated im running an 3800x
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not a stupid boy
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Than please update your profile. If your information is outdated then obviously it'll have an impact on communication.
 
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