10 More Radeon 6000 Family Benchmarks

Source: AMD 10 More Radeon 6000 Family Benchmarks

More Hand Crafted Results From AMD

You can now take a look at more benchmark results from the Radeon 6000 family over at AMD, who have added on to the ones we saw at the launch event.  As with the ones we saw last week these tests were conducted in house so we are still waiting to get our hands on one or more of the cards to do our own testing.  Regardless, the results still offer a glimpse into what to expect in those tests.

The system used is comprised of a Ryzen 9 5900X on an X570 Reference Platform with 16GB DDR4-3200 running Windows 10.  The Ryzen cards used driver version 20.45-201013n while the RTX cards used the 456.71 release, which is the second newest version available.   You can choose between 1440p and 4K results at the highest settings the games offer, and the results are shown for pure FPS performance as well as performance per dollar.

AMD’s new cards don’t quite run the board, in The Division 2 NVIDIA’s offerings take top spot, but for the most part the tests show the RX 6900 XT outperforming the RTX 3090 as well as the RTX 3080.  Interestingly in many of the tests, such as Battlefield V and Borderlands 3 the RX 6800 XT is also shown to outperform an RTX 3090.  For those curious about the performance delta between the RX 6800 and RTX 3070 will be a bit disappointed, as it is the previous RTX 2080 Ti which shows up at the bottom of the charts.

They don’t indicate if these results make use of Infinity Cache, but it seems likely.  We are very curious what the results will be on a system which doesn’t support RDNA’s newest feature.   What are you waiting for, take a look here.


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  1. Brother michigan

    I don’t think it’s possible for the games to NOT make use of the Infinity Cache.

  2. BigTed

    Allow me to write the review summary to save Sebastian some time. AMD 6000 series provide better value for traditional rasterization than RTX 3000 series cards. However, turning up DXR in Watch Dogs Legion etc results in too much of a performance hit, lagging significantly behind NVIDIAs latest architecture. Also, AMD wins the power performance crown. The end.


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