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PCI Express 4.0
|Model||RADEON RX7900XT 20G|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 7000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 7900 XT|
|Game Clock||2000 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2400 MHz|
|Stream Processors||5376 Stream Processors|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||2 x DisplayPort 2.1|
|USB||1 x USB Type-C|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||300W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||750W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||276 mm|
|Slot Width||2.5 Slot|
|Date First Available||December 13, 2022|
Pros: Fast, quiet, stable.
Overall Review: Look at the benchmarks and reviews, make your own decision. Im glad i did
Pros: Quiet, great quality, price point for what you get is fantastic!
Cons: This is just a personal preference, this ASRock GPU doesn't have any RGB or any lighting, I thought the "Radeon" would at least be lit. Maybe defective, but I haven't seen anything about RGB or anything. It does run hot, but that is to be expected from AMD.
Overall Review: At first I was super hesitant, since there were no reviews and I have never purchased an ASRock GPU before, but I can safely say that I am pleased with my purchase. I am upgrading from a 5700 XT and couldn't be happier. Be sure to do your research before buying, but I can say I have 0 regrets buying this GPU!
Pros: - Performs as expected, can play games (Cyberpunk 2077, Elden Ring, Forza Horizon 5) at 4k Ultra settings 60 fps - No junction temperature overheating issue, max out at 94 Celsius under full load - AMD Adrenaline software allow for good customization and fine tuning of your GPU profile (undervolt, overclock, performance monitoring, etc.)
Cons: - IMPORTANT: I had to go into BIOS and change my system RAM (not VRAM) clock speed from 3200 MHz (default) to 3000 MHz for games to run without crashing. Not a big deal, but not at all intuitive to figure out. Seems like a weird software / driver issue that's present on both the 7900 XT and XTX GPUs. - $900 is not as much value for performance compared to $1000 RX 7900 XTX, I feel like $800 would have been the perfect price. Originally had a 7900 XTX, but it had the junction temperature overheating issue so I returned it for this one. - Max out at 94 Celsius under full load while gaming. Nowhere near 110 Celsius, but still higher than ideal.
Overall Review: I would go for a functioning RX 7900 XTX at $1000 over this one, but those are currently impossible to get. If you understand and accept what performance you're signing up for at $900, and don't mind googling & tinkering with your computer settings to get the GPU to work properly, then the 7900 XT is a solid buy.
Pros: Cosmetically it is a very beautiful card Runs very fast and noticeable upgrade from my 6800xt. Stick fan coolers work great keeping the card under 80c consistently. Its small compared to its competitors
Cons: No RGB, I liked the 6000 series with the simple addition of the RADEON RGB logo.
Overall Review: The card is under a $1000 and competes far behind its price tag while staying cool and looking good.
Pros: Quiet Good cooling
Cons: Plain design Ray tracing performance is still lacking
Overall Review: This is the best card I've owned. The card in my last build is a Vega 56 so the jump in performance and quality is substantial. It blows away most games on max settings. The one game that has given disappointing results is Cyberpunk. With ray tracing on and maxed out settings at 1440p FSR is a must. I averaged around 40 to 50fps with FSR on depending on settings. Overall, I'm very satisfied and is what I expected before buying based on benchmarks and reviews.
Pros: Expected performance for a decent size, clean design
Cons: Coil whine under load
Overall Review: Overall very solid GPU choice, seeing as I don't suffer from the junction overheating problem. The price could definitely be reduced and the fans can get annoying but I can crush just about any game I can think of. The performance speaks for itself.
Pros: Not top of the line but good. I haven't had any heating issues (yet, I hope not) or high power idle. I hear they fixed it. Solid performance.
Cons: Not as many options as nvidia control panel. That I know of at least.
Overall Review: 200 dollars too much. I'd wait but I like it nonetheless.
Overall Review: So far, this has been a great card in my new build. No issues. Good job Asrock.
Pros: - Runs cool - Good FPS
Cons: - It's kinda ugly. - Had an issue getting windows 11 to recognize it. Had to put my 6900 back in to get the monitor work. Then load drivers.
Overall Review: - It should be 200 dollars less. But performance is still really good. I would spend 50 more and get the red devil if you want any aesthetics.
Pros: My current PC has an AMD Ryzen 9 5900 cpu, and my monitor's native resolution of 1440p. Absolutely every game I've tried on this 7900 XT so far, is butter smooth in performance. The card also runs cooler than my previous card, and it's fans are quieter as well.
Overall Review: This AMD 7900 XT is a replacement for my AMD 6800 XT. The card is much faster in all aspects, including extremely improved ray tracing performance. I highly recommend this card.