At the same time as the Rye Dragon 5000 series was released, Su Ma also took out an RX 6000 graphics card (which should be the RX 6900 exactly) and revealed three run-point data that seemed to have basically caught up with the RTX 3080, so is that really the case? TechPowerUp compared its measured data to amD’s promotion, and the results were unexpected.
According to AMD, with Rye Dragon 5 5900X 12 core processor, 16GB DDR4-3200 memory, at 4K resolution, the highest picture quality, RX 6000 can run 61FPS, 88FPS, 73FPS average frame rate in Masterless Land 3, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, War Machine 5.
The TPU will test the environment as closely as possible to the AMD settings, of course, the processor cannot be the Rye 9 5900X, but the i9-9900K.
In Masterless Land 3, the RTX 2080 Ti ran 41.8FPS, the RX 6000 led 45.9 percent, and the RTX 3080 ran 70.3FPS, leading the RX 6000 15.2 percent.
In War Machine 5, the RTX 2080 Ti scores 62.8FPS, the RX 6000 leads 16.2%, and the RTX 3080 84.4FPS scores 15.6% faster than the RX 6000.
In Modern Warfare, the RTX 2080 Ti has a performance of 77.9FPS, and the RX 6000 is 13.0% faster than it is, but the TPU no longer uses the project and has no RTX 3080 score.
Of course, AMD’s officially advertised data is certainly obtained under optimal conditions, according to which the RX 6000 can lead the RTX 2080 Ti by an average of about 21%, even excluding “moisture”, and then considering the degree of game optimization, the overall lead margin of about 15% is not a problem.
On the other hand, the RX 6000 certainly can’t beat the RX 3080, which is currently about 8% behind and may actually reach double digits.
In this way, the performance of the RX 6000 is slightly better than previously expected than the RTX 3070, perhaps because of the smell of a “dangerous” breath, the RTX 3070 release was postponed from the 7th of this month all the way to the 29th, that is, the second day of the RX 6000 release.
Another good play is about to begin…