SAPPHIRE PULSE AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming Graphics Card with 16GB GDDR6, AMD RDNA 2 (SKU#11304-03-20G)

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SAPPHIRE PULSE AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming Graphics Card with 16GB GDDR6, AMD RDNA 2 (SKU#11304-03-20G)
SAPPHIRE PULSE AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming Graphics Card with 16GB GDDR6, AMD RDNA 2 (SKU#11304-03-20G)

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Specification: SAPPHIRE PULSE AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming Graphics Card with 16GB GDDR6, AMD RDNA 2 (SKU#11304-03-20G)

Brand

SAPPHIRE

Series

PULSE

Model

11304-03-20G

Interface

PCI Express 4.0

Chipset Manufacturer

AMD

GPU Series

AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series

GPU

Radeon RX 6800 XT

Game Clock

2065 MHz

Boost Clock

2310 MHz

Stream Processors

4608 Stream Processors

Effective Memory Clock

16 Gbps

Memory Size

16GB

Memory Interface

256-Bit

Memory Type

GDDR6

DirectX

DirectX 12 Ultimate

Multi-Monitor Support

4

HDMI

1 x HDMI 2.1

DisplayPort

3 x DisplayPort 1.4

Max Resolution

7680 x 4320

Virtual Reality Ready

Yes

Cooler

Triple Fans

Operating Systems Supported

Linux, Windows 7*, Windows 10, and Windows 8.1. 64-bit operating system required* Does not support all features including but not limited to Hardware Raytracing.

Thermal Design Power

350W

System Requirements

Minimum 750-Watt Power Supply.2 x 8-pin Power Connector.PCI Express based PC is required with one X16 lane graphics slot available on the motherboard.Minimum 8GB of system memory. 16GB recommended.

Features

Sapphire Features:Dual BIOSDigital Power DesignFuse ProtectionTri-X Cooling TechnologyIntelligent Fan ControlPrecision Fan ControlBackplateTwo-Ball Bearing FansTriXX SupportedTriXX BoostAMD Features:AMD RDNA 2 Gaming ArchitectureDirectX 12 UltimateHardware Raytracing 7nm GPUGDDR6 MemoryPCI Express 4.0 SupportAMD FreeSync TechnologyDisplayPort 1.4 with DSC HDMI 2.1 VRRVideo Streaming up to 8KRadeon VR Ready Premium AMD FidelityFXRadeon Image Sharpening Radeon Anti-LagRadeon SoftwareGame Driver OptimizationsHigh Performance 4K Gaming

Form Factor

ATX

Max GPU Length

313 mm

Card Dimensions L x H

12.32" x 5.31"

Slot Width

2.7-Slot

Date First Available

May 17, 2021

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Price history for Sapphire Pulse AMD Radeon RX 6600 Gaming 8GB GDDR6 HDMI / DP LITE EDITION Video Card 11310-04-20G
Latest updates:
  • $259.99 - September 5, 2022
  • $259.99 - September 5, 2022
  • $279.99 - July 28, 2022
Since: July 28, 2022
  • Highest Price: $279.99 - July 28, 2022
  • Lowest Price: $259.99 - September 5, 2022

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13 reviews for SAPPHIRE PULSE AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT Gaming Graphics Card with 16GB GDDR6, AMD RDNA 2 (SKU#11304-03-20G)

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  1. A.A

    Pros: None. Cons: None. Overall Review: This was my first upgrade in my PC and Totally happy specially playing most games with ultra settings was a dream cause of my old card ((MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti DirectX 12 GTX 1050 Ti GAMING X 4G 4GB)) even during the panoramic crisis of video cards industry anyway glad to have it.. 16ram video card these days for future games I guess.

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  2. Scott

    Pros: Runs Flawless, Gaming Quality is Picture Perfect Complete Specs He Wanted: MSI X570 Tomahawk 5900X AMD 6800XT Settled for this Sapphire 6800XT Pulse GSkill 32Gigs 3600 CL16 Sabrent 1TB Gen 4 Seasonic Focus 1000W Cons: DID have one major concern, when removing the card from the package i notice a screw was sticking up, Which i tightened , i then checked them all and every signal one of them were loose, to the point the large heatsink was just hanging there , it was like someone put the screws in the holes and forgot to tighten them!! Price Greed of course. Everyone who sells these video cards should be ashamed of the price they are charging for these cards. PLUS Everyone knows there is a better way to get these cards to gamers and not the scalpers, You just dont want to do it, or care to do it. The PC Gaming Community deserves better respect from Newegg and Other Vendors, Because without us, your business wouldn’t exist 🙁 Overall Review: I had to have a all AMD System done for christmas for a freinds Son, (His 1st Gaming PC, Xmas Present ) Could not get a AMD Reference Card anywhere, So it sat here till July before i could complete it, then one day this card showed up (The only one for a long time) He was set $649 MAX, So the Son did odd jobs to make up the difference, He is very impressed with AMD and so am I

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  3. Robb1324

    Pros: Amazing build quality, Best thermals, 16GB of VRAM for fantastic 1440p/4k performance, Perfect size, No obnoxious and gaudy LEDs Cons: No obnoxious and gaudy LEDs (if you’re into that sort of thing) Overall Review: I’ve been building PCs since the early 00’s. Of the several dozens of variations of GPUs I’ve owned/built for friends and family over the years on both Team Red and Team Green… This is hands down the best engineered card I’ve ever had the pleasure to get my hands on. I cannot state enough how well this card is built. This is NOT your typical bulky, gaudy, rainbow UFO of a card with seemingly random shaved edges and bulges (I’m looking at you Red Devil). This is a slick, industrial-looking, tank. Perfect 90 degree angles on every corner. Large enough for amazing airflow and thermals, yet still reasonably sized to accommodate most builds. I’m 99% certain this would survive a drop down a flight of stairs… I’m just not crazy enough to try it in this GPU shortage, lol. If you’re crazy enough to grab two of these to run in crossfire mode, or just simply have more pcie components in your build, this card while still fairly large, leaves you more room for other components than the majority of other models. As for the rx 6800, a huge step up from my old rx 5700 XT. Much more feature rich (especially if you have a Ryzen 5000 series CPU). The driver install actually made it through the entire install without blue-screening like both of my 5700 XTs do! You finally did it AMD, stable and competitive GPU, good job. 16GB VRAM! Sapphire again deliveres some of the best thermals. If you happen to be lucky enough to catch this card in-stock, do not hesitate to pull the trigger on it.

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  4. Anonymous

    Pros: As I have undervolted the card, it doesn’t require over 250w, when consuming 340w at stock. It outperforms my friend’s overclocked 3080. Average core temperature at stock and very good core temperature when undervolted. Quiet when undervolted. Cons: Runs very hot out of the box, despite my airflow oriented nr400 case. Junction temp reached 91c on time spy. Undervolting brought the temperature down by 14-17 degrees celcius. It is a loud card if you don’t undervolt for better temperature. AMD drivers are very janky. Modifying the settings inside the drivers while running a game causes it to stutter. Audio from audio interface cuts out if I don’t uninstall audio drivers from AMD that I don’t need. YouTube video pauses when moving the browser’s window. Overall Review: Overall, it is very powerful (beats my friend’s overclocked 3080 while only consuming a maximum of 240w). Will run amazingly if you undervolt it, otherwise it is loud and too hot. AMD drivers are janky, but not enough to drive me away from this product

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  5. rocketchatbz

    +Destroys every game you throw at it with blazing fast FPS, easily 1440p 144hz gaming card +16GB of VRAM for future proofness +It just works -Official Retailers are charging 2x MSRP or more for this card

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  6. rocketchatbz

    +Destroys every game you throw at it with blazing fast FPS, easily 1440p 144hz gaming card +16GB of VRAM for future proofness +It just works -Official Retailers are charging 2x MSRP or more for this card

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  7. Ariel M.

    Pros: – Comparable to the 3080Ti, an equal match in most areas – Cheaper than Nvidia – Stays cool under 74c at full load (with good air flow) – Performs great in 4k on most games – It’s so… BIG and thicc your gf will be impressed. – I can play RDR2 at 4k ULTRA settings at 65max FPS 59min without a hiccup – Plays GTA 5 at 2k ultra settings no sweat! – Super Smooth gameplay – Liquid cooling not necessary – Boosts up to 2.4ghz (stock) – A TON of memory 16 whole gigs! Cons: – It Doesn’t pay my bills – No LED lights on it at all anywhere – it does generate a lot of heat – Power hungry at 275 Watts load – It’s still expensive – Limited supply Overall Review: Overall it’s definitely worth the 1,275 bucks I got it for. Worth every penny. I highly recommend. GET ONE! NZXT H510 case MSI MPG X570 Gaming edge Ryzen 7 3800X Corsair DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) Samsung SSD Evo 860 1T WD BLACK Sata III 6T Sapphire Pulse RX 6800XT 16gig Corsair RM850 PSU (Gold) Cooler Master AIO dual 140mm

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  8. damgo-9386

    This card is a beaut, a bit on the long side, so make sure your case has room. This card absolutely crushes on performance. High frames (240+) on max settings at 1440p playing Doom Eternal. Ray-tracing will, however, tank the performance almost cutting the frame rate in half. You can’t really notice the difference in gameplay so it’s primarily for very pretty screenshots. The price is a bit disheartening even during the card shortages as of late. Almost double the price of MSRP at 1319.99. Even though the price is a bit absurd for my liking, the card itself is a monster. So all in all, the card is great, but maybe wait until the prices normalize.

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  9. damgo-9386

    This card is a beaut, a bit on the long side, so make sure your case has room. This card absolutely crushes on performance. High frames (240+) on max settings at 1440p playing Doom Eternal. Ray-tracing will, however, tank the performance almost cutting the frame rate in half. You can’t really notice the difference in gameplay so it’s primarily for very pretty screenshots. The price is a bit disheartening even during the card shortages as of late. Almost double the price of MSRP at 1319.99. Even though the price is a bit absurd for my liking, the card itself is a monster. So all in all, the card is great, but maybe wait until the prices normalize.

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  10. Starbrand101

    Pros: This card is great for 1080p at max settings. Low power requirement, quiet, small form factor. I have a Core I5 9400 of which both run very well together. Recommend if you are looking for a fairly reasonably priced card (at least at the current market) with your expectations at 1080p max settings. Cons: Price is still above msrp. Overall Review: Recommend. See my comments in the Pros section. Note: The card I got from Newegg is the Lite Version. This only means you get one HDMI and one Display Port. The regular version you get 3 Display ports. Everything else is exactly the same. Keep that in mind when purchasing if that will be an issue with you.

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  11. Anonymous

    Pros: Runs great Cons: It is a lite edition Overall Review: If you can get it on sale its definitely worth buying

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  12. William F.

    Overall Review: First, this is the “Lite” edition of this card, which means it only has 1 HDMI and 1 DisplayPort. I don’t run multiple displays, so it isn’t an issue for me. With that said, I am really impressed with this card and the AMD software that runs it. This card replaced my GTX 1650 Super, which was really only adequate for current titles and barely so for games like Battlefield 2042. The RX 6600 runs BF 2042 at more than 75 FPS vs 50+ for the GTX 1650S (paired with an i5-10400). The card is quiet and runs pretty cool for a card that is as compact as this one is. At 97% GPU utilization the temperatures hover around 75 – 79 C. At idle, it sits around 35 C, which is a little warmer than the GTX 1650S, but this card also has a larger power budget, so that is to be expected. Overall, it is a great card, it stays cool and quiet, and it has allowed me to run much higher quality settings with impressive frame rates (1080P). Very happy with this purchase.

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  13. Anonymous

    Pros: can now play minecraft with 2000 fps Cons: little over msrp Overall Review: yes would buy again

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