Sapphire Tech has quite a few video cards based on the Radeon RX 6800 and Radeon RX 6800 XT, with most of them going above and beyond the specs and design of the reference models introduced by AMD. Now, three such video cards can be pre-ordered from Finnish retailer Multitronic, all of them being overclocked variants with custom cooling solutions.
The three models listed by the aforementioned retailer and their prices are the following:
- Sapphire Radeon RX 6800 XT Nitro+ OC SE, 863.9 Euros (roughly US$1,020)
- Sapphire Radeon RX 6800 XT Nitro+ OC Gaming, 838.90 Euros (around US$990)
- Sapphire Radeon RX 6800 Nitro+ Gaming OC, 732.90 Euros (approximately US$870)
Before turning red because these prices seem outrageous, our non-EU readers should keep in mind that these are preliminary prices and there is also a rather large VAT included (Finland has a standard VAT rate of 24%, which applies to computer parts as well). Unfortunately, there is no shipment date mentioned in the listings, but it will probably take at least one or two weeks after the launch scheduled by AMD and some of its partners to take place on December 8.
November 16 update: Multitronic has removed the listings mentioned in this article and there are no longer any RX 6800 or RX 6800 XT video cards present on the website.
Top 10 Laptops
Multimedia, Budget Multimedia, Gaming, Budget Gaming, Lightweight Gaming, Business, Budget Office, Workstation, Subnotebooks, Ultrabooks, Chromebooks
under 300 USD/Euros, under 500 USD/Euros, 1.000 USD/Euros
Best Displays, for University Students
Top 10 Smartphones
Smartphones, Phablets, ≤5-inch, Camera SmartphonesNotebookcheck’s Top 10 Smartphones under 160 Euros
Codrut Nistor, 2020-11-15 (Update: 2020-11-16)
Send your news and stories to us firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com and WhatsApp: +447747873668.
Before you go...
Democratic norms are being stress-tested all over the world, and the past few years have thrown up all kinds of questions we didn't know needed clarifying – how long is too long for a parliamentary prorogation? How far should politicians be allowed to intervene in court cases? To monitor these issues as closely as we have in the past we need your support, so please consider donating to The Climax News Room.