ASUS TUF Gaming Radeon RX 6700 XT OC Graphics Card
The ASUS TUF Gaming Radeon RX 6700 XT OC Graphics Card provides an immersive gaming experience with your PC games. The GPU features 12GB of GDDR6 VRAM and a 192-bit memory interface, offering improved performance and power efficiency over the previous RDNA-based generation. The ASUS TUF Gaming Radeon RX 6700 XT OC Graphics Card front panel of the card features a variety of outputs, such as DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.1. HDMI 2.1 supports up to 48 Gb/s bandwidth and a range of higher resolutions and refresh rates, including 8K @ 60fps, 4K @ 120fps, and even up to 10K. The Radeon RX 6700 XT supports APIs, such as DirectX 12 Ultimate and OpenGL. These APIs can take advantage of the GPU’s 4608 Stream Processors to accelerate parallel computing tasks, taking some of the processing load off of the CPU. For cooling, ASUS implemented triple axial-tech fans. DirectX12 Ultimate gives game developers the power to deliver immersive visuals with real-time DirectX Raytracing (XDR), Variable Rate Shading (VRS), Mesh Shaders, and Sampler Feedback, taking games to the next level. AMD Fidelity FX is an open-source image quality toolkit comprising of seven different solutions available for game developers to implement into their games that are optimized for AMD RDNA and RDNA 2 architectures. Restores clarity to in-game images that have been softened by other post-process effects. RIS combines with GPU upscaling to provide sharp visuals at fluid frame rates on very high-resolution displays and works across DirectX 9, 12, and Vulkan titles. Reduce screen tearing with AMD’s FreeSync 2 Technology. Free Sync 2 enables the monitor to dynamically adjust its refresh rate to the frame rate being output by the graphics card, thereby greatly reducing screen tearing, stuttering, and other artifacts. Optimized for eSports, Radeon Anti-Lag improves competitiveness by decreasing input-to-display response times by up to 31 percent, delivering an experience similar to higher frame rates. AMD Radeon Boost dynamically lowers the resolution of the entire frame when fast on-screen character motion is detected via user input, allowing for higher FPS with little impact on quality.