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AMD uncovers Radeon RX 6900 XT, 6800 XT, and 6800 with Rage power

by George Mensah

Finally, AMD is prepared to contend on the high finish of gaming video cards. The organization uncovered the Radeon RX 6900 XT, RX 6800 XT, and RX 6800 GPUs today. It guarantees these items have enough capacity to clash against Nvidia’s most remarkable illustrations cards, which is a market portion AMD has avoided for quite a long time. In any case, that is going to change.

The RX 6800XT and RX 6800 both dispatch November 18. The RX 6900 XT, then, debuts December 8. AMD is situating the $580 6800 against Nvidia’s $500 RTX 3700 and the $650 6800XT against the $700 RTX 3080. The RX $1,000 6900 XT, in the interim, goes up against the $1,500 RTX 3090. Also, AMD flaunted a great deal of numbers as proof of its capacity to stay aware of the opposition.

Here’s a graph gave by AMD today that shows how the RX 6800 XT piles facing the RTX 3080:

In this graph, AMD is additionally adding additional exhibition on the off chance that you utilize discretionary highlights called Rage mode and Smart Access memory. Anger is an overclocking preset that AMD will incorporate with the cards (and that doesn’t void your guarantee). Shrewd Access empowers an AMD Ryzen RX 5000 Series CPU to astutely impart memory to a Radeon GPU.

The issues here are that you’ll should be completely coordinated into the AMD biological system to exploit Smart Access. Also, Rage mode seems like it could make your GPU run noisy and hot. Since, in such a case that it’s so much better, for what reason isn’t that simply the standard setting?

In any case, even without Smart Access and Rage, AMD is in a dead heat and with the RTX 3080. That is amazing in itself. What’s more, the RX 6800 is conceivably considerably more amazing. Take a gander at how it piles facing the RTX 2080 Ti, which is comparable to the more current RTX 3070:

Furthermore, here’s the RTX 3090 versus the RX 6900 XT:

For Radeon to rival Nvidia GPUs, it needs great beam following and cutting edge upscaling

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I am not under any condition astounded that AMD is coordinating Nvidia’s crude rasterization execution. The organization has first rate designing, and it’s dealing with the quickly developing 7nm cycle. It bodes well that the organization is pressing mind boggling execution out of more productive chips.

In any case, questions stay about how AMD cards will deal with cutting edge designs like continuous beam following and the upscaling methods needed to make beam following suitable.

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