AMD Reveals 6000 Series Graphics Cards With Competitive Pricing
With 2020 almost at an end, it’s been an epic year between rival Graphics card titans. Nvidia struck with its RTX 3000 series, releasing cards with a few critical specs. Their RTX 3070 Ti will establish tomorrow, also has been encouraged to compete against AMD’s offerings. Now it’s AMD’s time to shine, and the company has just released specs for its Radeon RX 6000 set of cards.
Last month, the Radeon RX 6000 series cards’ specifications leaked, and those escapes were shown to be accurate. The performance benchmarks for the RX 6000 Cards seem impressive. The official fact sheets released in a media briefing now show the same performance numbers quoted back then. The lengthy presser touts the graphics cards will”set a new standard for enthusiast-class PC gaming experiences” and boasts life-like visuals and high performance to run the newest games in 4K.
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The 3 cards at the 6000 series lineup will have a somewhat staggered release, together with all the RX 6800 and RX 6800 XT cards going into stores on November 18th and coming in at $579 and USD 649, respectively. The more powerful RX 6900 XT will be available on December 8th and set PC players back a cool USD 999. After the debacle that was the Nvidia RTX 3080 & 3090 launch, AMD is attempting to prevent the shortages that resulted in price gouging on the secondary market. Chief Architect of Gaming Solutions, Frank Azor, hinted on Twitter that there would be more inventory of the Radeon RX 6000 series cards for consumers to receive their hands on.
AMD also shared a few of its testing of the cards, boosting the FPS of its cards when playing Gears 5 In 4K Ultra. The 6800 could hit up to 70 FPS, the 6800 XT made it up to 84 FPS, and 6900 XT achieved around 92 FPS. “Up to” leaves room for dips to occur; however, the data is remarkable, as Gears 5 is taxing on any installment. Even these latest cards can battle with brand new titles since the Nvidia RTX 3090 did with Watch Dogs Legion.
While the leaked data about the RX 6000 XT series reaching a 2.4 GHz Clock speed missed the mark with a bit, the cards should still hit 2.2 GHz, which sets them over the Nvidia cards on this benchmark.
Any of them Cards will serve amply for a gamer’s PC setup. It is all only a matter of Just how much one is prepared to pony up for your ultimate graphical fidelity.