I have measured some titles from my game range with integrated benchmark as well as the usual synthetic benchmarks. Normally I prefer “In Game” measurements with frametime analysis, but unfortunately I don’t have the time in these dynamic times. In order to make things a bit more interesting, I included the RTX 3090 in some benchmarks, once stock and once maximum overclocked, as well as the small RX 6800 here and there. The absence of some models in the charts is pure coincidence and has only something to do with the fact that I don’t have the benchmark with chart X differently in my data archive.
The 6800 XT Strix enters in 3 settings
- Stock= Out often he box, off into the computer.
- [email protected]nce= I have placed the card on the reference card’s ASIC (255 watts) and based on its optimizations In addition to adjusting the core voltage, I have slightly reduced the SOC voltage and adapted the fans to my conditions. The setting should thus represent a wide range of cards. The setting is actually not 100% optimized yet, I will surely add some more screws in time. It is planned to scale the power purely via the power. Power consumption Max: ~300 Watt ;Power consumption Avg: ~280 Watt
- HighOC=Everything possible, if necessary with some fresh air from the Westerwald. I did not raise the limits with MPT, there would still be some air left. My card could also partly still higher boosten than the adjusted 2800 MHz, pity the AMD here limited. Nevertheless, the values can generally be regarded as a maximum value that few cards are likely to reach without the use of water. Power consumption Max: ~340 Watt Power consumption Avg: ~320 Watt
The RTX 3090 competes as ASUS TUF with maximum OC and stick. The RX 6800 reference is always in “rocket mode”. Now then, let’s get down to what you’re really interested in. Enough of the jabbering and clear the stage for the benchmarks.