Time for another of our mega-game benchmarks covering 45 titles comparing the Radeon RX 6700 XT head-to-head against the GeForce RTX 3070, the nearest competitor in terms of pricing, at least based on the mythical MSRP.
Today we've prepared a "for the sake of science" type of review. By clocking the 5700 XT and 6700 XT at the same frequency, we want to see where the generational performance difference comes from.
The new Radeon RX 6700 XT arrives with the promise of significantly improved supply when compared to previous Big Navi GPUs. Targeting the $480 price point, let's see how it stacks up against the GeForce competition.
CPU and graphics card pricing and availability are still a mess, but is the situation improving? Can we expect to get back to PC building any time soon? Let’s take a look at what is happening in the market right now.
In our last installment of the history of the modern graphics processor, we had reached a point where the market consisted of just three competitors: AMD, Intel, and Nvidia. However, in the following years, graphics processors became one of the largest, most complex, and most expensive components that could be found in almost any computing device.
This latest GPU shootout sees the faster and more expensive GeForce RTX 3080 pitted against the Radeon RX 6800 XT. We have a long list of games to be tested covering the 1080p, 1440p and 4K resolutions.
The Radeon RX 6800 is bound to be a popular GPU choice and with so many of you using the still amazing Ryzen 5 3600, it makes sense to see how it performs with the new RDNA2 GPU.
It's time for a GPU shootout to see how the GeForce RTX 3070 and Radeon RX 6800 compare by benchmarking them head to head in 41 games. That's ton of games to be tested and more than twice what we included in our day one review for both graphics cards.
Resolution scaling is a great option if you're looking to gain an additional 10-15% performance after tweaking settings. If you're playing at a high resolution like 4K, and you combine res scaling with image sharpening, the results are often very close to native.
The RX 6900 XT is AMD's most expensive Radeon product ever to feature a single GPU at $1,000. On paper it should be only slightly faster than the 6800 XT, while costing a bundle. That's all you need to know, but of course, we'll put it to the test, because that's kind of what we do here.
For GPU enthusiasts, it's been a long two year wait. But now that Nvidia's Ampere RTX 3000 GPUs are out, as are AMD's Radeon RX 6000 series, it's time to take a deep look at how these chips work. Is one of them fundamentally better than the other?
Radeon Adrenalin 20.11.3 drivers introduce official support for Vulkan ray tracing extensions and optimizations for Immortals Fenyx Rising, Crysis Remastered, Black Ops: Cold War, Godfall, and more.
Nvidia stunned us with the RTX 3070 only three weeks ago. Now the Radeon RX 6800 has arrived packing twice as much VRAM and faster overall performance, but it's also a tad more expensive.