Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by SnooP-WiggleS, Mar 6, 2020.
wow they are all showing stock now woohoo
I was in check out!!
Bummer! I tried my best!
Haha all good I’m still deciding on 3080 or 6800xt.. or waiting for reviews on 3080ti
3080Ti reviews are out.... just google “3090 review”
Gone already, the sweaties sure are fast.
I just bought a rx 6800 Sapphire Nitro+ from umart for 1109, fingers crosses I got in and it actually comes here, though if not I hope that I can upgrade to the rx 6800xt. I need something that can fit the Sunny Side Up Meshilicious case, the Nitro+ 6800 (non xt) appears to be right on the edge.
6800xt gigabyte gaming oc in stock
lol nope. Also $1500 is a bit rich...
It’s a nice card. If the order completed you will receive it, Umart don’t do preorder. Did you see my post a page back with some quick OC results I posted? I’ve since moved the card on but I really liked it for the 24 hours I had it lol. https://forums.overclockers.com.au/posts/18789086/
They did for the 6000 series launch. But as for day to day stock they don't even have pages up till they have cards in hand. It's how I got my 5900X so quickly.
Ok, got around to installing it. So this is the 6800XT on a lowly 2700X. Rage mode enabled. Looks about right, your 6900XT is about 10% (10.79%) faster.
6800 Pulse at Umart $1099
EDIT: ANNNNDDDDDD IT'S GONE
I dis see your post but only just had a look at the video, trixx boost sounds pretty darn interesting! Looks like the Nitro does help cut the gap between the xt and non xt.
Looks like the 6800XT is exactly the same 310mm as the non XT. The 6900XT is 310.5mm, damn that extra .5mm might make a huge difference to some .
6800XT is 55.3mm thick, 6800 is 55.2, will a 10th of a mm make a difference to you? 6900XT is also 55.3.
Height of 6800 is also only .1mm less than 6800XT and 6900XT, @ 134.2 vs 134.3.
That should be a beastly cooler for the 6800, given the lower specs ! The coolers on all 3 are near as dammit identical in terms of physical size.
My 5700XT Nitro+ is 306 x 135 x 49 though, so maybe not as great as it sounds. The 5700XT is nearly as big. Might be more heat pipes in the 6000 series though I guess, its not just about physical size.
Augers well for me though, when I eventually upgrade. Not a huge lot of difference added to the cooler size, and since my cooler will be eating fresh cool air in the next iteration of my case, I won't have a lot of adjusting to do.
My 3080 i bought on release day finally arrived. Made an account on here to see If anyone is interested in buying my msi 6800xt reference ive had for a few weeks. Just looking for what i paid.
Just updating to let everyone know ive sold the card had a few pms
How much did you pay? I'm interested..
Nice, yeah I need that extra 10% to max out the refresh on my display. That was my goal all along. I use an LG 34GN850 that overclocks to 160Hz. Previously with my 5700 XT I would have between 60 and 90 FPS, now with the 6900 XT I get between 120 and 160+ FPS in AC: Valhalla which is what I'm playing most right now. Turns out I do need that display OC to make the most of the new GPU.
I left Trixx installed when I swapped out the Sapphire 6800 for the 6900 XT and Trixx Boost works with the non-Sapphire card, the only difference is that the BIOS switching option is missing because the reference 6900 XT doesn't have dual BIOS. Trixx Boost would be super handy with a 4K display. I might end up using it for Cyberpunk 2077 because I can run 1440p ultra wide but only have the card actually render a certain percentage of that resolution, like 80% or something but upscale to 1440p ultra wide at the display. Then Radeon Image Sharpening makes it look pretty much the same as rendering at full resolution.
Here's another one in stock
Gigabyte AMD Radeon RX 6800 GAMING OC 16GB Video Card GV-R68GAMING OC-16GD | PCByte