(GTR-S Black Edition)
|BIOS Build date:||2017-03-23 03:17:00|
|Date added:||2017-04-21 13:43:58|
|VBIOS Size:||256 KB|
XFX RX 6800 XT MERC 319: Overclocking AMD graphics cards over the last few generations have been a bit underwhelming in the overclocking department and this isn't much different for the RX 6800 XT. This is mostly due to the GPU being shipped with an already high core operating frequency, which leaves very little room to expand past the initial. The AMD Radeon RX 5700 XFX DD Ultra 8GB is best suited for resolutions up to and including 3840 x2160 (4K). For the most demanding AAA games it should be ideally suited to 1440p.
|GPU Device Id: 0x1002 0x67DF113-P20-XTR-I1430M8G-W82C940 Polaris20 XTX A1 GDDR5 256Mx32 8GB 300e/300m(C) 1988-2010, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.ATOMBIOSBK-AMD VER015.050.002.001.000000P27R8I30.W82CCC Overdrive Limits GPU Clock: 2000 MHz Memory Clock: 2250 MHzPowerTune Limit: -50% to +50%Limits TDP: 180 W TDC Power: 149 A Battery Power: 180 W Small Power Power: 180 W Max. Power Limit: 180 W Max. Temp: 90°CGPU Clocks 300 MHz, 751 MHz, 1048 MHz, 1158 MHz 1240 MHz, 1309 MHz, 1364 MHz, 1430 MHzMemory Clocks 300 MHz, 1000 MHz, 2000 MHzTemperature Target: 75 °CMemory Support 8192 MB, GDDR5, Autodetect 8192 MB, GDDR5, Samsung K4G80325FB 8192 MB, GDDR5, Hynix H5GQ8H24MJRMemory Timings (Samsung) tRCDW-tRCDWA-tRCDR-tRCDRA-tRC-tCL-tRFC 250 MHz: 2-3-3-3-11-8-27 400 MHz: 3-3-5-5-17-9-43 600 MHz: 5-5-8-8-26-11-65 900 MHz: 7-7-13-13-39-15-98 1000 MHz: 8-8-14-14-43-16-109 1125 MHz: 9-9-16-16-49-17-123 1250 MHz: 10-10-18-18-55-18-137 1375 MHz: 12-12-20-20-61-19-151 1500 MHz: 13-13-22-22-65-20-164 1625 MHz: 14-14-24-24-71-21-178 1750 MHz: 16-16-26-26-77-22-192 2000 MHz: 17-17-29-29-87-24-219Memory Timings (Hynix) tRCDW-tRCDWA-tRCDR-tRCDRA-tRC-tCL-tRFC 400 MHz: 4-4-5-5-17-10-43 800 MHz: 7-7-11-11-34-13-87 900 MHz: 9-9-12-12-38-14-98 1000 MHz: 9-9-13-13-41-15-109 1125 MHz: 11-11-15-15-47-15-123 1250 MHz: 12-12-17-17-52-15-137 1375 MHz: 13-13-19-19-58-17-151 1500 MHz: 14-14-20-20-62-18-164 1625 MHz: 16-16-22-22-68-18-178 1750 MHz: 17-17-24-24-73-19-192 2000 MHz: 19-19-27-27-83-23-219 2250 MHz: 22-22-31-31-94-23-247|
|Device Id:||1002 67DF|
|Subsystem Id:||1682 9588|
|Memory Size:||8192 MB|
|GPU Clock:||1430 MHz|
|Memory Clock:||2000 MHz|
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