According to AMD’s expectations, RX 6800 is designed to replace RTX 2080 Ti, and 6800XT is directed at RTX 3080, which is 60 dollars more expensive and hard to find.
Our benchmark testing platform is equipped with Intel i7-8700K processor, 32GB memory, and under crazy 1080P settings, the total score is 10100 and the average number of frames is 102.
Since Ashes of the Singularity eats CPU resources very much, the results selected for comparison are all under i7-8700K. As you can see, RX 6800 XT and RTX 3080 ran the same results.
In addition, according to AMD, the Ryzen 5000 and X570 motherboards have an extra bonus to the cache of the RX 6000 graphics card, and the performance can be faster. In other words, the RX 6800 and 6800XT under the Intel platform have not released their full strength.
On the 18th of this month, the RX 6800 and 6800 XT of the RX 6000 series will be launched. The domestic prices are $700 and $770 respectively.
As you can see, the performance of these two graphics cards are comparable, so you can save yourself a bunch of money by going for this AMD GPU instead of Nvidia RTX 2080.