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Pros: First time jumping over to team red, and I gotta say I’m quite impressed. This card is stable at 144fps on all the games I play at 1440p resolution. The program to control the GPU is better than NVidias GeForce experience or control panel, with more focus on squeezing the power out of your card.
Cons: It’s huge, I need to pull it back out to reroute the AIO hoses, but if you have the pc case for it, it’ll really fill it out.
Overall Review: Would recommend. Powerful card and is on par with the RTX 3080.
Pros: Cool rgb lighting
Cons: Video output not working after restart
Overall Review: Well at least it can work now as gpu dummy
Overall Review: Absolutely no issues, used 4 + 4 + 3 pci power connectors, ( will work with 4 + 4 unless you do a lot of OC, which is what that card is built for. It works nice with 9 years old 750 watt thermaltake power supply. Excellent product, this is high end version of 6800xt, very happy with the card. Used it with MSI mystic light, but connected rgb connector to a second rgb on mb. You need to use asrock polysync separately from your msi mystic light software.
Pros: Handles 1440p easily at ultra graphics on games I play
Cooler does a great job at keeping temps low
The Taichi series cards always look good
Cons: Not really a con, but it takes 3 8-pin power connectors and is rather large. Check spacing in your case and have an adequate power supply.
Overall Review: I upgraded from a 5700xt and the difference was noticeable right away. I haven't had any frame issues playing at max graphics @1440p on any game that I play, including Doom Eternal. The control panel is the same as before and I also have no complaints there.
Pros: This thing is Fast! And runs cool while doing it. This card replaced my old RX 480 and easily doubled or tripled the performance, while turning up the visual extras and running the same temp. And quieter than the old card too. My existing games are smooth and fast. I edit photos with Photoshop & Lightroom and the tools within are lag free now. Liquify is in real time.
Cons: Three things that are kind of cons are;
I'm going to need to buy a new monitor to take advantage of the additional resolution and speed.
The size is huge. 13" (330 mm) and required a new case to fit (unexpected expense but I do like the case lol)
This card will make me buy more games simply because I can run more newer titles now (not a con per say but unexpected)
Overall Review: In full disclosure I have to say that this card was a replacement for a DOA card. The original card had no display output. Newegg CS couldn't have been better. I explained the problem, the methods of diagnosing the card and the expectation of an extended wait time for replacement. The CSA very quickly sent me an RMA for replacement, answered my question on the rest of the combo (shuffle purchase) and never hesitated to provide assistance or answer questions. I give Newegg support 5 eggs. An additional 5 eggs for the timely updates on returns and status, AND getting a replacement out not in months but days.
In the current market with no foreseeable change in pricing, this card is in line with competitive cards. If you are able to afford the current price structure and have the opportunity to purchase, I do recommend the card. Given a choice this card and a non OC RX6800 XT card, at respective price differences, I'm not sure the RGB alone would be worth it. However you have to take what you can get. And if you can get this card, do so.
Pros: -Smart access memory/infinity cache available with compatible Ryzen gen 3 CPUs
-beefy heat sync
-factory overclock out of the box
-installs in minutes
-Asrock taichi radeon rgb lighting effects look cool and colors are easy to match for themes
-crushes 2019-2020 AAA titles. Will give you bona fide 60 FPS @ 4k on cyberpunk on High settings! (tested with 64gb ddr4 3400mhz corsair dominator pro RAM, ryzen 7 3700x cpu, x570 mobo, 850w PSU)
-top, side, bottom lighting all look fantastic!
-performance comparable to 6900xt
-ray tracing on select titles
-huge vram chips!
-backplate is solid billet aluminum so you don't have to worry much about sag
Cons: -needs 3 pcie 6 pin ports
-LARGE PCB. GPU is massive.
Overall Review: This card is dope. Yes, it was expensive compared to reference model. Yes, it was virtually unobtainable. Yes, it's not a 3080. But it doesn't have to be. It absolutely annihilates the games I play-- planetside 2, cyberpunk, starcraft 2, civilization 6, at max settings in 4k. Waiting on more Raytracing support from developers. Looking forward to trying more new games on it.
Note: I have a relatively "sporty" system. I have a 8-core, 16-thread liquid cooled cpu, a ton of power from a modular gold+ PSU, a $&%-ton of speedy RAM, and now this factory-OC'd champ from ASROCK.
Upgrading your GPU will not be the be-all, end-all of your computer upgrades. If this ever becomes easily obtainable, do your research. Will it fit inside your case? Does it match your aesthetic? Do you have the PSU to support it? Does it fit on your upgrade pathway? These are all questions you need to be able to answer because this GPU isn't for everyone.
Want to smash some 4k gaming and dabble in Raytracing for 1/2 the launch price of a 2080TI from almost 3 years ago? Consider this GPU. Good luck have fun mate!
Pros: Looks extremely beefy and is a gorgeous card.
Cons: Died shortly after setup.
Overall Review: So, after around 28 days of entering the Newegg shuffle back in May, I was finally selected to win this card. The build was delayed for several weeks due to cost of this card. Finally finished it this week and ended up with the same issues and all the 1 star reviews.
The card began with Artifacting and reboots. Figured it was a bios issues, which had already been updated. Changed settings around, changed pcie 4.0 to 3.0, reinstalled Radeon software several times, ram fan speed and power allotment at max, tried different cables, monitors, ports on MB. Things just went from bad to worse. I even pointed a desk fan at the gpu directly, with the side cover off thinking it was overheating. It started locking up and taking out bios and finally just failed to even boot. I finally pulled it, put my old Nvidia GTX 760 in this new rig and it worked just fine.
This is personally heartbreaking as Im sure many will know based off the times we are in with a gpu shortage. I was finally able to build my Dream computer with a top end gpu, only to have it die before it was able to live. Due to the delay, I now have to go through AsRock to RMA this since its passed Neweggs time allotment.
Pros: This is the Card you want. It's as powerful, Cheaper on average, and with the introduction FSR the DLSS advantage isn't as prominent. FSR will be more prominent as adoption rates grow. You will see "surprise" FSR implementation in something like Cyberpunk 2077 because you can bet they want to move more Copies(Shareholders amirite?).
This will easily handle anything you throw at it Maxed out with RT at 2k or 4K at upwards of 120fps.
Cons: To this point there hasn't been any Cons(I guess a backrub would be nice?).
Overall Review: Highly Recommended this card before FSR. It's a great buy if you have the scratch after seeing FSR.
Protip: Use Fresh Rails on your Power Supply if Possible. I had an issue with mine(Power Supply not Card) that was causing Crashes every 20 minutes in Games.