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– April 9, 2023
Powerful but loud
Good card if you can pick it up at a decent price but good luck with that. Out of box the settings are pretty bad imo. The fan curve is awful, they do it to reduce noise but if you push the card it will lower performance.
– April 15, 2023
This card so far is great, aesthetically pleasing, fast and full of raw power. I would recommend using a PCI arm bracket for a bit of support because it’s heavy (heavier than my 5700XT at least). But in terms of power, I can run anything on 4k “Ultra” settings and frames won’t drop from 80-90s. On 1440p it destroys any game. Make sure you have a fast monitor as well!
The only downside I can say is the horrible coil whine noise I have. This card needs a substantial amount of power and anything less than 750W will make the coil noise worse. Make sure you use separate power cables for the power that goes to the card and not a single one that splits in two. It will alleviate coil whine but won’t make it go away. I have burn-tested this card several hours and still the coil is real. So my only critique is noise, other than that, great card and good price too!
– April 21, 2023
Beefy, cool, high-speed, but whiny.
– May 4, 2023
This card is very good. It looks great and fans are quiet while keeping the card cool. The only thing bothering me was the coil whine. It was loud at first, but as time went on, the whine slowly lowered in volume. Will edit this if it gets starts to get worse.
– May 26, 2023
Bought this 6900xt GPU to pair with a 5700x for my son’s PC and right out of the box it does run warm like most people say in pretty much any AMD review. Download Adrenaline software, undervolt by 5, tweak your clock speeds (plenty of youtube videos) and this card doesn’t disappoint. (SAM is enabled) It actually gained frames and quality, and now in 1440 maxed ultra everything in COD MW1 for example it can get upwards of 200fps, overall gpu temp averages mid to high 50’s, hot spot stays right at 70-72.
For some reason I’ve found AMD graphics cards pretty much have to be tweaked out of the box to get them where you want them vs. Nvidia being beastly right in first startup. For the lower cost though, sometimes almost half of it’s Nvidia counterpart, tweaking these AMD cards is not hard and can have you a legit gaming PC for a lot less money.
Anything with fans for cooling is going to make noise. My son and I game with our headphones and honestly even when he’s just playing random games with the speaker set up we can’t tell if they are loud or not. I have no complaints.
– June 14, 2023
big, pretty, and quiet. also heavy.
– July 1, 2023
– August 1, 2023
Use it as my main gpu
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