AMD’s best graphics card stole the overclocking crown from Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1080 Ti just last month, but that record is already yesterday’s news, as a new HWbot submission shows Greek overclocker OGS hitting a new record-breaking clock speed of 3,321MHz on Powercolor’s pre-binned RX 6900 XT Red Devil. That’s an impressive 81% increase over the GPU’s standard 1,825MHz base clock.
The OGS overclocking team used the AMD R9-5950X processor and ASUS ROG X570 motherboard to achieve this goal. The overclocking team used liquid nitrogen to dissipate heat from the graphics card and the processor. Finally, the processor was overclocked to 5600MHz and the graphics card was overclocked to 3321MHz.
In addition, the overclocked graphics card has also been tested. 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme scored 37618 points and 41069 points for the graphics card, surpassing RTX 3090 to rank first in the world for a single card.
The AMD RX 6900 XT graphics card adopts the RDNA 2 architecture, has 80 EU, and the default frequency is 2250MHz. The graphics card has 5120 stream processors, 320 texture units, and typical power consumption of 300W. This graphics card is equipped with 16GB GDDR6 video memory, 256-bit wide, and 128 MB unlimited cache.
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