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AMD Radeon 6900 XT Graphics Card
The AMD Radeon™ RX 6900 XT graphics card, powered by AMD RDNA™ 2 architecture, featuring 80 powerful enhanced Compute Units, 128 MB of all new AMD Infinity Cache and 16GB of dedicated GDDR6 memory, is engineered to deliver ultra-high frame rates and serious 4K resolution gaming.
10 in stock
The AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT is officially AMD’s halo product, surpassing the Radeon RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 by offering the fully-enabled Navi 21 GPU with 80 Compute Units. The latest generation GPUs sit atop our GPU Benchmarks hierarchy and rate as some of the best graphics cards currently available (if we use the term “available” loosely). The 6900 XT is also the most expensive AMD graphics card we’ve seen in quite some time — the last time AMD sold a GPU priced at $1,000 or more was the Radeon Pro Duo (2016), a very limited quantity dual-GPU card.
Let’s get straight to the point. On paper, the RX 6900 XT doesn’t look like a good deal. We’re not saying the Nvidia RTX 3090 is a better deal for gaming purposes, but at least it offers some tangible benefits over the RTX 3080. Again, all of this is somewhat academic right now, as supplies of the latest generation graphics cards have proven woefully inadequate. If you can find an RX 6900 XT in stock for $999, have at it! But it continues to sell out just as quickly as its lesser siblings — faster, in fact, since supplies of the RX 6900 XT tend to be even more limited considering it requires a fully-enabled Navi 21 chip. Yields of that quality of chip won’t be higher than the partially disabled chips in the 6800 XT, which are still nowhere near sufficient to meet demand.
As a professional card, the RX 6900 XT again has some nice potential. There are certain applications where AMD is more generous than Nvidia when it comes to optimized drivers.
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Windows, Linux, *Nix
PCI Express 3.0, PCI Express 4.0