XFX SPEEDSTER MERC319 AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT LIMITED BLACK Gaming Graphics Card with 16GB GDDR6, AMD RDNA 2, RX-69XTACSD9

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XFX SPEEDSTER MERC319 AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT LIMITED BLACK Gaming Graphics Card with 16GB GDDR6, AMD RDNA 2, RX-69XTACSD9
XFX SPEEDSTER MERC319 AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT LIMITED BLACK Gaming Graphics Card with 16GB GDDR6, AMD RDNA 2, RX-69XTACSD9

$719.99

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Specification: XFX SPEEDSTER MERC319 AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT LIMITED BLACK Gaming Graphics Card with 16GB GDDR6, AMD RDNA 2, RX-69XTACSD9

Best Seller Ranking

#51 in Desktop Graphics Cards

Memory Type

GDDR6

Series

SPEEDSTER MERC319

Model

RX-69XTACSD9

Interface

PCI Express 4.0 x16

Chipset Manufacturer

AMD

GPU Series

AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series

GPU

Radeon RX 6900 XT

Core Clock

2150 MHz

Boost Clock

2495 MHz

Stream Processors

5120 Stream Processors

Effective Memory Clock

16 Gbps

Memory Size

16GB

Memory Interface

256-Bit

Brand

XFX

HDMI

1 x HDMI 2.1

DirectX

DirectX 12 Ultimate

DisplayPort

2 x DisplayPort 1.4

USB

1 x USB Type-C

Max Resolution

7680 x 4320

Virtual Reality Ready

Yes

Cooler

Triple Fans

Power Connector

2 x 8-Pin

Form Factor

ATX

Max GPU Length

340 mm

Card Dimensions L x H

13.39" x 5.47"

Slot Width

2.9 Slot

Package Contents

Accessories:ManualZ Bar

Date First Available

January 19, 2022

XFX SPEEDSTER MERC319 AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT LIMITED BLACK Gaming Graphics Card with 16GB GDDR6, AMD RDNA 2, RX-69XTACSD9 Videos

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Price history for XFX SPEEDSTER MERC319 Radeon RX 6750 XT 12GB GDDR6 PCI Express 4.0 Video Card RX-675XYTBDP
Latest updates:
  • $479.99 - September 2, 2022
  • $519.99 - July 27, 2022
Since: July 27, 2022
  • Highest Price: $519.99 - July 27, 2022
  • Lowest Price: $479.99 - September 2, 2022

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9 reviews for XFX SPEEDSTER MERC319 AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT LIMITED BLACK Gaming Graphics Card with 16GB GDDR6, AMD RDNA 2, RX-69XTACSD9

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  1. Anonymous

    Pros: I just got my card today and the performance is just amazing. – Runs Cool full load only at 65C – Excellent FPS 3440×1440 21:9 gaming – So far nothing has gone under 60 FPS, AC Valhalla Ultra no lower than 90FPS. – No Sag due to the excellent structure of the MERC 319. Cons: – I do notice Coil Wine when achieving 80+ FPS which isn’t as noticeable with headphones on and the case closed but is def. noticeable with the case open no headphones. Overall Review: Overall I can recommend this card, unfortunately, the price is higher than it should be but I found it to be a worthy replacement for my old RTX 2060, and is my first AMD card ever. For the coil wine, get some nice headphones and it shouldn’t matter as long as it performs. Also make sure you’re case is big enough because this thing is huge 😀

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  2. Jess H.

    Pros: – Has handled everything I’ve thrown at it easily in 1440p at the highest settings. – No sag! This card is laughably large (measure your case!!) and I was preparing to build a Lego support tower, but if there’s any sag, it’s imperceptible. Its internal support structure is very effective. – Aesthetically pleasing: the giant ‘MERC’ on top might be polarizing for some, but I think this card looks great. – Decently cool temps: I’ve gotten mid-60s during gameplay loads and ~70 during menus – no concern about overheating or throttling using its stock settings. Junction has never gone above low 90s. Cons: – Coil whine: The fans themselves are pretty quiet when they kick in, but there is definite coil whine. Computer white noise doesn’t really bother me and I can tune it out easily, even without headphones, but if you’re sensitive to it, it’s pretty constant under load. – Price: the MSRP is a lot for a 6800xt. But the GPU market is atrocious and getting worse every day, and I feel victorious for paying retail for a graphics card, even if it is a couple hundred more than the base price for a reference card. Overall Review: Amazing 1440p performance. I play a lot of graphics-intensive RPGs and this card doesn’t break a sweat. I haven’t played the absolute latest and greatest like AC: Valhalla yet, but so far I’ve encountered no lag in games like Doom Eternal and AC: Odyssey. Graphics render smoothly and everything has been well above 60 FPS. I’m coming from a 7-year-old gaming laptop, so literally almost anything is an upgrade, but I’m so blown away by how good everything looks. It was plug and play for me – no issues with the drivers or AMD software so far. Paired with a 5600x, performance in games has been fabulous. I am very happy with my purchase and am very grateful to have been able to snag this bad boy during these dark GPU times.

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  3. Anonymous

    Pros: Runs quietTemps are greatPretty decent factory OCVery simple but aggressive design Cons: If anything, it took a little tuning to make it really shine, but not even a real con since it still performed well without tuning Overall Review: Beast of a gpu, been playing war one at 165fps on my ultra wide 1440p monitor, originally 144hz but OCd to 165hz. And freesync works great! Especially with other input lag reducing settings.

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  4. Robert B.

    Overall Review: This GPU is huge, but looks great and feels good in your hand. Barely fit in my Phanteks Eclipse 200a but – it did! Mine had one fin that was slightly bent but it was an easy correction. I honestly hate to leave a review because I wish I could forget spending this kind of money but – hey, it’s a beast of a card and if you can stomach the price it’s absolutely worth getting. Excuse the cable management in the picture, as this is purely just to show how it fit in a mini-ITX case.

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  5. Anonymous

    Pros: Seems like solid build quality from XFX. Says boost clock is 2485 hz which I wonder if this has the XTXH chip. Cons: Hard to find a waterblock if youre into that, Bykski has one available though. Price obviously, but it is what it is. Still cheaper than 3080 Ti or 3090 but I cant compare to those cards since I havent owned one. Not a con of the product but I thought Id mention I spent 700 bucks on a monitor a few years ago and just realized its only Gsync and not Freesync. I may be looking for a new monitor Overall Review: First time with an AMD card. Decided to grab one since I dont see 3080 Ti or 3090s becoming available for a decent price anytime soon. Just installed it today and played for about 15 mins so this is based off a short period. I mainly play FFXIV at 1440p. Settings maxed out and stays locked at 144 hz and fans barely spin. Card was probably overkill for what I do but so far everything is butter smooth. Will see how things hold up over time. Got a waterblock for it too but Im kind of falling in love with original heatsink and fans. Another thing to keep in mind is the size. Just make sure it fits your case.

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  6. Daniel S.

    Pros: – Uses unlocked XTX-H core (not limited to 2800) – Cherry-picked & binned silicon – Only requires 2 PCI-E power connectors – Undervolts and overlocks like a champ – Nice lighting aesthetics – Highly efficient cooler – Quiet cooling fans with no tonal peaks, just white noise Cons: – GPU apocalypse + high review ratings = price and availability nightmare – HEAVY cooler. Will need support bracket or hanger to prevent sag over time – Large! Will not fit in some more compact cases Overall Review: With just 2 PCI-E connectors, you won’t really get this card over 2800 so the unlocked XTX-H core is more for bragging rights than anything practical. Having said that, mine will do 2790 core on 1200mv (max stock voltage), with some tolerable fan noise in the 2100rpm range. Bu that is NOT the best part. Undervolting and overclocking this absolute PEACH of a GPU is where the magic happens. You lose around 40-50 MHz due to AMD’s thermal/wattage management algorithm. But I was able to get the following presets: – 2540 core (2500 effective) @ 1138mv, Fan peaked @ 1400rpm (inaudible), Max hot spot 60c – 2640 core (2600 effective) @ 1144mv, Fan peaked @ 1500rpm (inaudible), Max hot spot 65c – 2740 core (2700 effective) @ 1150mv, Fan peaked @ 1600rpm (barely audible), Max hot spot 70c – 2810 core (2760 effective) @ 1162mv, Fan peaked @ 1700rpm (audible but quiet), Max hot spot 74c – 2825 core (1790 effective) @ 1200mv, Fan peaked @ 2100rpm (audible, fan noise noticeable over normal game audio volume), Max hot spot 78c As you can see, 2700 is the high sweet spot. 2500-2600-2700 only required +6mv each step to be stable. But trying to get near 2750 required a bit more finesse. And getting near 2800 required max voltage, a higher fan speed, resulting in more noise and more heat. The small performance gain over 2700 is not worth it IMHO. And 2700 @ 1150mv (50mv undervolt) on an AIR COOLED 6900xt is a great result. Very pleased! XFX did a GREAT job on this card!

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  7. Anonymous

    Pros: Can play any game on ultra settings in my build. Cons: None so far and I don’t foresee there being any. Overall Review: Runs cool even though boost clock has gone over 2740 mhz on stock settings. Details says boost clock is in 2623. HWinfo shows max of 64c GPU temp and max of 84 junction temp after a several hour gaming session. With it set to high quality in Radeon settings everything looks just as good as a 6900XT I previously owned. Somehow turning on ray tracing in 4k at ultra settings on warzone it jumps from around 70 fps to 85-90 fps with the latest beta drivers. Runs smooth as butter , no stuttering , no hiccups. Forza Horizon 5 in 4k at max settings stays at the locked 60 fps with no stuttering. FS22 in 4k ultra settings with about 100 mod vehicles/buildings/implements runs smooth as silk. I have not tried FSR as I have seen no need for it with this card with the games I play. My setup is: Aorus Elite AX V2 B550 , Ryzen 5600 (non x) , 16gb Trident Z 3600 , Samsung 980 Pro 1tb m.2 , Hyper 212 black edition , Corsair RM1000X , Lian Li 011-D XL with 10 120mm fans. Previously owned the Aorus Waterforce 6900XT. Image quality is just as good with this card. Also owned a Sapphire Pulse 6700XT. In my opinion the jump in clock and ram speed over the 6700XT is worth the extra $50-$70 for the 6750XT. Very nice to see GPU prices coming back down to earth as well. I would definitely recommend this GPU at the price it is selling for.

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  8. Chad M.

    Overall Review: I got it with free shipping before they started charging $30. The bundle with Forspoken sweetened the deal. I don’t care about ray tracing so I went AMD. Good performance for the money spent. I use for work and gaming.

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  9. Joseph P.

    Pros: (Owned for around 2 weeks) Around 250W, which adds another pro vs the Geforce It’s been stable. I upgraded from a Radeon 5700 XT mostly because the card sags and occasionally the screen would black out. This card has been the opposite. It’s been rock solid so far Cons: It’s large. I have a full ATX case and I had some trouble getting it in Overall Review: It’s been solid and stable. I didn’t feel a huge performance boost upgrading from a 5700 XT in general, until I streamed, and the 6750 XT handles this better. I bet the extra VRAM and RAM performance helps with this If you can catch the right deal, paying the extra for the 6750 XT over the 6700 XT is worth it, but price compare if you want to get the most bang for the buck. In my case, the extra money didn’t subtract from another component, so it was worth it.

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