Alleged performance of AMD's next-generation Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards based on RDNA 2 GPU architecture allegedly has leaked. The performance is however based on the outdated AOTS (Ashes of The Singularity.
A specific GPU or graphics card is not mentioned, but based on the score, is suggested that is a Big Navi GPU or something segmented lower than Big Navi. AMD recently announced that it will introduce its Radeon RX 6000 series lineup on October 28, so based on that, we can expect several graphics cards within the lineup. The one that leaked within the benchmarks may be just one of them and not exactly the fastest variant. Currently, there is no AMD card that can perform at 2080 Ti performance levels, ergo the assumption is that this is an RDNA2 GPU at work. The card scores between 5900-6200 points at a 4K resolution using the highest quality preset. The performance was evaluated using the DirectX 11 API with a Core i9-9900K CPU (8 cores). The graphics card offers an average of around 60 FPS in the game.
Mind you that I tagged this news item as a rumor, as nobody can really identify what AMD card that really is.
The card is on par with the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, which scores 63 FPS (6100 points) at stock clocks. An RTX 3080 also was spotted in this database, scoring 98 FPS.