Today, thanks to XFX, we have the MERC319 BLACK RX 6700 XT that will be available to consumers as of March 18th, 2021. This is the next iteration of AMD’s RDNA2 architecture, NAVI 22 XT, and according to AMD, it is ideal for 1440p gaming fitting in the product stack right behind the RX 6800 and above the RX 6700.
Today we’ll take an in-depth look at Colorful’s iGame RTX 3060 Ti Vulcan OC-V and is the first product from Colorful that we have reviewed here at Overclockers.com. Colorful isn’t a new company, but being based in China, we don’t see many of their retail chains’ products. Don’t let that fool you. They’re one of the leading graphics card distributors in the world.
Today we’ll take an in-depth look at MSI’s RTX 3060 Ti Gaming X Trio. This is the first Ampere based GPU with more of a mainstream price at $399 for reference models and xxxx MSRP for the Gaming X Trio we are testing today. The Gaming X GPU series still features the new Tri Frozr 2 thermal design, a custom PCB with a graphene backplate, RGB LEDs, and a robust power delivery system. Let’s dive in and see how our first RTX 3060 Ti measures up!
AMD is back and there has been plenty of excitement building over the last few months. We have seen many unofficial leaks floating around the internet showing RX 6800 GPUs, also known as “Big Navi” hitting new highs and trading blows with Nvidia’s RTX GPUs. This is good news for Radeon graphics as it’s been some time since AMD has had a serious contender to take the GPU performance crown from team green.
Today we get our first taste of Nvidia’s flagship RTX 3090 GPU, and thanks to MSI, we’ll be testing their RTX 3090 Gaming X Trio. It’s been two years since Nvidia released a new architecture (not that they needed to), so we’re excited to see what Ampere brings to the table. Nvidia claims the RTX 3090 is 1.5X faster than the Titan RTX Turing-based GPU, and if true, this is a substantial generational leap in performance.