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The RX 6800 XT Red Devil already reaches 2.80 GHz

The RX 6800 XT Red Devil already reaches 2.80 GHz

The RX 6800 XT Red Devil has just been officialized and is already undergoing intensive testing. It seems that a YouTube channel called ExtremeIT has been able to get a limited edition of the card. For this limited edition, it seems that the card comes with some bonuses but that it will not be technically different from the models that will be released in series. RX 6800 XT red devil

6800 XT Red Devil: a big size

6800 XT Red Devil Thanks to the detailed information, we can see that its cooling system is particularly well worked out. It consists of a configuration of two 100mm fans at both ends of the board and one 90mm fan in the center. There is then a double radiator assembled by means of three 8mm thick copper heat pipes and four 6mm thick heat pipes for additional cooling. 6800 XT Red Devil The result is a particularly impressive map.

6800 XT Red Devil A 2.8Ghz peak almost easily

ExtremeIT was able to reach 2750 MHz and 2800 MHz in boost according to the GPU-Z screenshot. In its original version, the graphics card has frequencies of 2090/2340 MHz respectively. Manual overclocking failed and it did not seem to be very stable, but finally it stabilized the overclocking at 2600/2650 MHz. This allowed the RX 6800 XT Red Devil to score 56,756 points in Fire Strike. RX 6800XT-Red-Devil

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