New benchmark outcomes for the rumored AMD Radeon RX 6800 XT have surfaced on-line, suggesting the GPU could outperform the Nvidia RTX 3080.
The benchmarks, shared by Igor’s Lab, are mentioned to return from add-in-board (AIB) companions. As famous by VideoCardz, the AMD Ryzen 6800 XT is the one Big Navi variant that shall be made obtainable to third-party board makers at launch.
There are three benchmarks on provide – 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme, Time Spy Extreme and Port Royal – all of which spotlight the GPU’s 4K efficiency, and its potential edge over the RTX 3080.
In Fire Strike Extreme, for instance, the so-called AMD RX 6800 XT scores 13,066, giving it a hefty lead over the RTX 3080 (10,688), and a fair larger lead over final yr’s Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti (8,551).
This is especially spectacular when you think about the RX 6800 XT is predicted to reach as a cut-down different to the RX 6900 XT, with AMD anticipated to place the cardboard as a rival to the Nvidia RTX 3070.
AMD’s Big Navi GPU takes the lead in Time Spy Extreme too – the graphics card racked up a rating of 8,232, outperforming each the RTX 3080 (7,977) and the RTX 2080 Ti (4,285).
However, in 3DMark Port Royal at 4K, Nvidia’s RTX seems to have the benefit. With a rating of 5,415, the Ampere-based GPU outperforms AMD’s RDNA 2-based RX 6800 XT by greater than 20%.
As this can be a ray tracing particular benchmark, it’s no shock that the Nvidia RTX 3080 got here out on prime. However, it is perhaps that ray tracing just isn’t but totally optimized in present AMD drivers and that we are able to anticipate higher efficiency after the cardboard is launched.
We don’t have lengthy to attend till it’s both, as AMD shall be launching its first Big Navi GPUs on October twenty eighth.