PowerColor Fighter RX 6800 has a Turbo button

Posted on Thursday, Dec 03 2020 @ 11:41 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
PowerColor reveals a custom-design Radeon RX 6800 video card called Fighter. This model has a very basic design with a triple-fan cooling solution, a 2.5-slot design, and a reinforced backplate. One special feature is a red BIOS switch button on the rear of the card, which can be used to switch between standard and overclocked settings. By default, the card has a 1815MHz Game clock and 2105MHz Boost. The overclocked BIOS offer a 1925MHz Game clock and 2155MHz Boost. Display outputs include one HDMI 2.1 port and three DisplayPort 1.4 ports.

Pricing is unknown but as you probably know, supply of RX 6800 series card is very low at the moment.
TUL Corporation, a leading and innovative manufacturer of AMD graphic cards since 1997, today is announcing its new PowerColor Fighter RX 6800 based on AMD’s latest RDNA2 architecture and with 16GB of GDDR6, offering solid 4K gaming performance for the most price conscious gamers.

Rule Your Game with Radeon™ RX 6800 Graphics
Powered by AMD RDNA™ 2 architecture, PowerColor Fighter RX 6800 graphics card features 60 Compute Units, 128 MB of all new AMD Infinity Cache and 16GB of dedicated GDDR6 memory, is engineered to deliver ultra-high frame rates and serious 4K resolution gaming.

Fight for Your Dream
PowerColor Fighter RX 6800 graphics card is designed for gamers on a budget but with powerful gaming performance in mind. Fighter RX 6800 is paired with effective triple cooling fan design, Mute Fan Technology, BIOS switch button, and reinforced back plate, so the Fighter can fight with you to enjoy exceptional gaming experiences.
PowerColor Fighter RX 6800


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