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Pros: - Performance is top of the line.
- Fan noise is low and only makes a "wooshing" noise even at maximum RPM.
- Dual BIOS for overclocking with a software switch is really convenient.
- Fans designed to be replaced with a snap-in system, and a fan-health-checker in the software.
- Great use of RGB, assuming you want "a lot".
Cons: - Bit on the expensive side of the spectrum.
- Control of the RGB lighting does not default to the DRGB header, so even if you don't want to use sapphire's software, you'll have to in order to get control of the lighting initially.
Overall Review: Overall, I think this is one of the best 6800 XT models on the balance of Price, appearance, and Performance. The features like the dual bios are super nice if you like to experiment and push your cards, and the ability to easily swap the fans is great for ensuring that the card will see a long service life.
Pros: Actually lighter and smaller than the standard card, factory overclocked as much as you'd want, no point pushing harder IMHO, fantastic in AC Valhalla at 4k, transformational performance
Cons: Took an age to ship and UPS lost it for 10 days before they found it again, not Newegg's fault but UPS should be ashamed
Overall Review: Yes, if you can get your hands on one!
Pros: -Running at maxed settings at 1440p/144Hz, none of the games I have tried (Total War: Warhammer 2, Escape from Tarkov, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, other demanding titles) have dropped below 60 and often they remain above 100
-Stock cooling hasn't run hotter than 65C in any game I've been able to throw at it
-Light enough that there is no noticable sag even with no support under it
-Driver installation was quite streamlined and despite AMD's reputation I have had no issues in about a week of use
Cons: -Doesn't come with the RGB cable required to sync the RGB to your other parts, which for a card on which you can easily find yourself spending USD 900 is a bit of a letdown
-While none of my hundreds of games support Ray Tracing except Minecraft at the moment, the 3080 is objectively much better at it than the 6800XT
Overall Review: Would recommend 8.5/10 to everyone whose focus is to game, not higher because it doesn't have some of the QOL and higher-end features of its Nvidia competition
Pros: Huge performance gains from last gen.
Good boost from overclocks.
Cons: Hard to get
Overall Review: Get it if you can buy it. Twice the performance over my overclocked 5700xt in heaven benchmark at stock settings. This thing is a beast.
Pros: It stays pretty cold and quiet at the same time. It is very powerful in
Cons: It does have a little sag out of the box and it doesn't come with a sag brace. I would think for a thousand it would have one
Overall Review: Its a great card with a great spec sheet and greater performance. the RGB on the card very good and I would recommend if u get ur fingers on it.
Overall Review: It is a large card (measure your case), while still being smaller than most. If you are planning on getting a 6800xt I would look for a cheaper model unless you plan to do some overclocking.
Pros: - Does well for my resolution (3440x1440) on med/high settings to stay well above 60 fps in most games I play with no noticeable dips/stutters.
- Temps are good assuming you have adequate case airflow
- No out of the box issues
- Core Clock boost to it's advertised speed
Cons: - My card has very noticeable coil whine
- Since there is no 3-pin RGB extension cable to connect the card to the motherboard you have to use Sapphire Trixx software in order to control the RGB (unless you already have an 3-pin RGB extension cable)
Overall Review: This is a great card for high end gaming and other than the coil whine it performs well in all categories.
Pros: Awesome design and fast
Cons: Runs way too hot
Overall Review: I thought nitro+ had one of the best coolers out there but my card is been getting really hot while I play games with the stock fan curve, and I mean hot as in 98 degrees kind of hot within 3 minutes of gaming, this card is not cheap and the last thing I want is a defective card running that hot when I paid a premium for it. I’m sure others are fine but mine definitely isn’t.