XFX SPEEDSTER RX 6800 | 16GB GDDR6 | 3840 shaders | 2,105MHz boost |$459.99$369.99 at Amazon (save $90)
A Radeon RX 6800 vanilla for $400? Get. Out. People were paying four of five times this much for one of these during the height of the pandemic and crypto craze. This 16GB, 256-bit or a pathetic 128-bit 8GB RTX 4060 Ti for around the same price? Forget it.
RX 6800 price check: $399.99 Walmart |$399.99 Newegg
MSI RTX 4060 Ti Ventus 3X | 8GB GDDR6 | 4,352 shaders | 2,565MHz boost | $419.99$359.99 at Amazon (save $50)
The RTX 4060 Ti started out life as an over-priced $399 GPU that was only able to beat the RTX 3060 Ti by less than 20% in gaming performance, and couldn't match the old RTX 3070. Now it's price is tumbling it's a more tempting offer, but only thanks to DLSS 3.5 and Frame Generation, otherwise older AMD cards still have something tangible to offer for the same money.
RTX 4060 Ti price check: B&H Photo $369.99 | Newegg $364.99
The cheapest version of a high end GPU is often where the best pixel-pumping value is to be had. Give it up, therefore, for the XFX Speedster SWFT319 Radeon RX 6800, yours for a piffling $369 from Amazon.
Lest you have forgotten, the plain vanilla AMD Radeon RX 6800 launched almost exactly three years ago, along with other members of the AMD RDNA family, with a list price of precisely $579.
Of course, a perfect storm of crypto madness and pandemic-fuelled stay-at-home demand drove prices to as much as three times that level at one point. So, this new lowest-ever sticker of well under $400 is a deal by any reasonable measure.
For your money you get cut-down version of the same excellent Navi 21 chip found in the pricier RX 6800 XT, RX 6900 XT and RX 6950 XT cards. For the RX 6800, it'sRead more on pcgamer.com