I got my Sapphire RX 6900 XT Nitro+ SE last week - upgrading from 1080Ti. The last time I've used AMD GPU was 10y+ ago, so I'm not sure I understand the results this card gives me and I'm hoping you can give me some feedback. I'm using the following setup: i7 8700K @5Ghz 1.3V with NZXT AIO Z370 Aorus Gaming 7 16GB 3200Mhz RAM PSU from Gigabyte 1000W RX 6900 XT Nitro+ SE 1440p 144 monitor The game I play the most is World of Warcraft, so my observations are mostly based on this experience. Using a default GPU profile, I'm getting a 21174 TimeSpy Graphics score Monitoring from running benchmark looks as follows: While running the test, GPU usage keeps up nicely ~ 90-99%. When playing WoW on Default GPU settings, metrics from AMD software looks like this. The screenshot was taken in a moment where not much happened on the screen, what makes me wonder is why I'm only at 128 fps while GPU is at only 63% usage - seems there's a huge amount of headroom, and frames should be way higher. Also the clock sped is only at 1587 - also a lot of headroom to ~ 2200. Now to the part, I don't fully understand. I played around with some OC of the GPU. I was able to get a 22140 Graphics Score in TimeSpy with those settings: Monitoring from running the benchmark looks as follows: In Benchmarks, everything looks good, but when playing WoW I'm seeing even weirder results than those from the default profile - unfortunately, I didn't take a screenshot. In WoW, while idling I was getting even up to 260 fps, but when some action started (those who know the game - while fighting a raid boss) my fps drops to 70-80. What worries me is the usage of the card - I could see the GPU clocks ~ 600 mhz and usage ~ 60% and temps ~ 60C. Another not usual thing (not to me) I'm observing is weird noises - in some cases it's coil whine - my old 1080Ti also had some, it way worse with 6900XT but I'm good with it, but in other cases it's a noise comparable like there would be a small piece of paper between the fan blades - I know that might sounds stupid but it's the closes I can compere it with - and it changes while playing the game depending on what I currently have on the screen. I've tried recording it - I'm starting up WoW in this clip, but youtube made it very quiet - I'm also able to hear that sound in the last test that Time Spy runs - with bad graphics and a lot of particles. Phew, that's come out to be a long post so if you got up to this part - thanks! Looking for some feedback and sugestions!