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RX 6800 vs. RTX 2080 Ti | Test in 9 Games



Test System:
PowerColor Radeon RX 6800 16GB
MSI Geforce RTX 2080 TI VENTUS 11G
intel Core i9-10900K
MSI MAG Z490 TOMAHAWK
Samsung 970 EVO Plus SSD 1TB
Corsair RM850x White 80PLUS Gold 850W
RAM: 32GB (2×16) DDR4 3600MHz CL16
CPU Cooler: Corsair iCue H150i RGB PRO
Games : 1440p
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – 00:01
Horizon Zero Dawn – 01:02
Resident Evil 3 Remake – 01:52
Mafia Definitive Edition – 02:55
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – 03:58
Red Dead Redemption 2 – 05:00
Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order – 06:03
Battlefield V – 07:06
Shadow of the Tomb Raider – 08:08

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  1. "buy top end GPU to last 5 years" is totally bullshit when you see your $1200 GPU owned by midrange GPU after 2-3 years

  2. I waited in line outside Micro Center for 36 hours for the 3080. I didn't get it. Then I waited in line for the 6800xt, 36 hours again, and didn't get it, missed by 3 people in front of me. I left with the 6800 non XT, figuring I would absolutely hate it. Long story short, I ended up falling in love with my 6800. It kicks ass.

  3. 2080ti users still trying to sell at 6800 prices and heres the clear evidence they lose by a lot.

  4. I was getting like the same FPS in Fallen Order, same settings and resolution, with a 2070s and 10700K and R5 3600 (played with both cpu’s on same gpu, got a 10700K eventually) as the 2080ti. But RE3 I get about 140-160 fps.

  5. So Horizon Zero Dawn, the plot is… Humans make the matrix, matrix kills humans… no we're pulling a planet of the apes here with Human tribes who've de-evolved.. which one woman goes and discovers the mystery, not really understanding anything but somehow kills the matrix super intelligence?

  6. ok hold on, wtf is the point of this comparison even?… you could do this with any of the new gpus and it would look bad. and that price for the 2080ti isnt even accurate anymore since they were selling for $500-800 before the paper launches, and even comparing them now atleast you can actually physically buy a 2080ti. its cool to compare stats sure, but price wise it not a fair comparison since the 2080 ti isnt a relevant card unless youre buying it used once you can actually physically buy this gen of gpu's its just really weird flex

  7. Fuckn shit 6800 mind blowing fast gpu for its price if you can find it anywhere it’s will crush anything for years to come 1440p Max settings

  8. Like to see a ryzen processor with smart access memory to see how much it makes the 6800 improve… nice video. Glad I didn't buy a 2080Ti

  9. 580$ were kakaka, 727$ in Europe stock ZEROOOOO…and .never see a store in my country with stock. 3070 3080 3090 stock…

  10. when a more powerful $ 500 cheaper video card appears, only sorry for those who bought the RTX 2080 Ti

  11. Its kinda foolish to compare against 2080ti, we all know RT2000 is a big flop compare to RT3000 you should at least use RTX3070 for comparison, this video is completely meaningless and biased.

  12. 2080 ti biggest scam in history. Never worth it $1200, but nvidia priced so high because there was no competition.

  13. These new cards are great value really
    It’s just a shame that means nothing because you can’t actually buy them

  14. I see a lot of these side buly side comparisons but are these with or without Ray Trace ?

  15. This is very nice to see. I sold my 980 Ti in 2018, with plans to get a 2080 series (Ti or Super). I never could see the value in the entire nVidia lineup for the past 2 years, and have not played on my PC since 2018. So glad to see nearly every tier GPU (even the cheapest) from both manufacturers are close to if not absolutely wiping the floor with a 2080, and cost much less (minus the 3090). I will definitely be getting back into PC gaming, you know, when products are eventually available and scalpers run out of inventory :/ Sometime in early 2021, I hope.

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