GIGABYTE Radeon RX 6700 XT GAMING OC 12G Graphics Card, WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System, 12GB 192-bit GDDR6, GV-R67XTGAMING OC-12GD Video Card

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GIGABYTE Radeon RX 6700 XT GAMING OC 12G Graphics Card, WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System, 12GB 192-bit GDDR6, GV-R67XTGAMING OC-12GD Video Card
GIGABYTE Radeon RX 6700 XT GAMING OC 12G Graphics Card, WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System, 12GB 192-bit GDDR6, GV-R67XTGAMING OC-12GD Video Card

$546.00

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Specification: GIGABYTE Radeon RX 6700 XT GAMING OC 12G Graphics Card, WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System, 12GB 192-bit GDDR6, GV-R67XTGAMING OC-12GD Video Card

Brand

GIGABYTE

Series

Gaming

Model

GV-R67XTGAMING OC-12GD

Interface

PCI Express 4.0

Chipset Manufacturer

AMD

GPU Series

AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series

GPU

Radeon RX 6700 XT

Game Clock

2514 MHz

Boost Clock

2622 MHz

Stream Processors

2560 Stream Processors

Effective Memory Clock

16000 MHz

Memory Size

12GB

Memory Interface

192-Bit

Memory Type

GDDR6

DirectX

DirectX 12 Ultimate

OpenGL

OpenGL 4.6

Multi-Monitor Support

4

HDMI

2 x HDMI 2.1

DisplayPort

2 x DisplayPort 1.4a

Max Resolution

7680 x 4320

Cooler

WINDFORCE 3X

System Requirements

System PSU Limitation: 650W

Power Connector

1 x 6-Pin, 1 x 8-Pin

Features

Powered by AMD RDNA 2 Radeon RX 6700 XTIntegrated with 12GB GDDR6 192-bit memory interfaceWINDFORCE 3X Cooling System with alternate spinning fansScreen coolingGraphene nano lubricantRGB Fusion 2.0Protection metal back plate

Form Factor

ATX

Max GPU Length

281 mm

Card Dimensions L x H

11.06" x 4.53"

Slot Width

2.5 slot

Package Contents

Accessories:Quick guide

Date First Available

March 18, 2021

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10 reviews for GIGABYTE Radeon RX 6700 XT GAMING OC 12G Graphics Card, WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System, 12GB 192-bit GDDR6, GV-R67XTGAMING OC-12GD Video Card

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  1. Anonymous

    Pros: Performs as expected. Triple fan and heat sink keeps it cool. Cons: I had to buy it with a product I didnt want or need when I bought it through the NewEgg shuffle. Im happy I got to buy the GPU, but it feels kind of scummy for the to make me buy an additional part to drive up the cost. Overall Review: Great GPU

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  2. Justin r.

    Pros: Runs games great and stays pretty cool Cons: Nothing so far everything i expected Overall Review: Definitely buy if you have the chance

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  3. Anonymous

    Overall Review: Ir runs great and cool and I get the expected performance. However it is a expensive alternative to the fe model

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  4. Anonymous

    Pros: – AMD Smart Access Memory (Resizeable Bar) if paired with a 5000 series processor. – The triple-fan design on this card keeps it extremely cool even under full load. – Runs at 1440p with a frame rate that is at least 60 FPS in most games I have tested it with. (My card is paired with a Free-Sync Monitor, so your performance with non-Free-Sync, A-Sync, or G-Sync monitors may vary from my results). Cons: – No technical cons that I’ve seen so far. – It’s a bit overpriced for what you are getting compared to price per performance of the rx 6800 xt and comparable NVIDIA cards. Particularly it has 20 less compute cores than the rx 6800 xt, though AMD’s raytracing hardware is still young so I doubt this matters much to those who are going to go with AMD anyways. – It has no Tensor Cores and no real equivalent of the DLSS technology that NVIDIA employs. I don’t particularly consider this too big of a drawback personally as it has the frame rate performances that are adequate for 1440p gaming. However, it is unfortunate as an independent software developer interested in developing AI applications. This is a bit of a Niche con and not too important to average consumers of this product. Overall Review: I upgraded to this card from a Vega 64. It has shown a massive increase in performance, which is expected. The biggest thing is that this is the first card I’ve owned which has decent frame rates at 1440p on a lot of games. Mine is paired with AMD’s 5800x processor so I get to take advantage of the Smart Access Memory technology (Make sure to turn on Resizeable Bar in the Bios). I turned it on and the advertised performance increases are there, they say 3% to 7% but I have seen up to 10% performance increase in some games, though less in others.

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  5. Mike S.

    Pros: Great frame rates. Easily max out to Ultra settings in 2k and some 4k. Card temps holding around 60-65^C at max game load using Open Hardware Monitor to observe. Cons: Not enough to do 4k ultra Cyberpunk with decent frames, but is with 2k. Overall Review: Got this for the dual hdmi and the updated “a” instruction set for dp. Big upgrade from an MSI R9 390 which is still a beast on at HD ultra, but driver support was lost with amd a few months back.

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  6. BigBody_Presence

    Pros: Upgraded to this from the 5700 and it was a pretty massive improvement, before on the 5700 I couldnt even play games like cybperpunk2077 because it would crash and I could only get 30fps on low settings. Now I can play with ultra settings at 120fps and it doesnt crash the game. Fortnite with DX12 I can play locked at 240fps with some settings like view distance/textures at epic and other settings at low. Cons: Cons- price, I purchased this card with Uber surge pricing enabled, probably double the price it should have been but I dont think prices will ever come down so I decided to purchase anyway. Overall Review: Overall would recommend, cheaper than the 6800 but still able to play modern games with good fps. At the time of writing this this review this 6700xt was about $500 cheaper than Nividias 3070, which is also harder to find, the 3070 would have very similar performance to 6700xt. I play Fortnite 99% of the time and this card runs it well at 240fps. Would buy again.

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  7. Tyler S.

    Pros: Quiet and cool. When pushed to 100%, it never went over 75c, and the average temp was 55c at 0 RPM settings. An improvement over my Vega 56, even if not a substantial one. 1440p performance is fantastic for 60+ FPS. My main uses for this card are MMOs such as Final Fantasy XIV and ESO, and fighting games, namely Tekken 7 and Guilty Gear Strive. Decent driver support as of late. Cons: Pointless RGB if you’re not a part of, or a fan of the AORUS or RGB Fusion 2.0 ecosystem. The AORUS engine software is functionally bloatware. I reinstalled it for this review, to see if it had improved at all. It caused my PC to lock up. Luckily you can install it and change the RGB settings and then uninstall. It will retain the chosen effect. Shroud is a little too plasticky for my liking. Still solid enough, though. Overall Review: This is a great card, but honestly, if you’re within 20-40% of the performance, I would honestly hold off. With the, uh, “market price” of these cards, it’s not worth it unless you literally have nothing. And even then, there are other options that will get you by for a more palatable amount of dosh. This card is a strong 1440p card, and a very strong 1080p card. Much further than that, you might find that lower settings are more appropriate, and at that point, it’s not even worth it. “Don’t mention price” is a such a cop-out way of saying, “Don’t attempt to dissuade people from buying something they don’t need!”

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  8. Anonymous

    Overall Review: Moved up from the 5700xt, this card blows it out of the water, crushes 1440p

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  9. fredy-35

    Price was about msrp, for a used card so not great, but given the current market I’m still happy. Card works great 👍

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  10. Anonymous

    Overall Review: The price finally got below MSRP so I was able to swap out my Radeon 580 for this one. Plugged it in and it started right up. Now I am playing Ace Combat at 2K at about 65 fps. Perfect.

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