AMD has officially unveiled the speeds and feeds of its latest GPU, the Radeon RX 6700 XT . It transpires that the rumours were right on this one, and there’s only a single GPU on the way, not the usual XT and non-XT variants. AMD also provided a few benchmarks to get our heads around. The first slide to feature benchmarks had comparisons against the GTX 1070 Ti and the RTX 20870 Super, which had us worried about how it would fair against more recent releases, but thankfully it quickly followed this up with comparisons to the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti and the RTX 3070 . That first slide does show how far we’ve come though, and AMD is at least definitely in the game at this stage. The fact it has a GPU that can beat the RTX 2080 Super at 1440p is nothing to be sniffed at. When it comes to the more up-to-date graphics cards, things look fairly healthy, although we’d recommend the usual pinch of sodium chloride, as AMD may have cherry-picked these games to some extent. Not totally though, because the RX 6700 XT doesn’t win every battle—a reassuring sign that AMD isn’t trying to… Read full this story
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