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PCI Express 4.0
|Model||RX7900XT PG 20GO|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 7000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 7900 XT|
|Game Clock||2075 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2450 MHz|
|Stream Processors||5376 Stream Processors|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 2.1|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||300W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||750W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||330 mm|
|Slot Width||2.8 Slot|
|Date First Available||December 13, 2022|
Pros: Overclocked memory to 2750mhz Core clock to 3500mhz Min core clock to 2600mhz Runs quiet even if fans are at 70-80% No stutters. Runs smooth
Cons: Eats a lot of power (350-380w)
Overall Review: Overall this card gets 235 average frames on Warzone 2.0 220-260 in Warzone Caldera Junction temp sits at 75-80 celcius And yes i only play Call of Duty Paired with my 5950x, it is truly a wonderful combination
Pros: At $799 this was worth the upgrade from a 6800xt. I am seeing a 36% uplift at 1440p Ultrawide in Modern Warfare 2 and now I am exactly where I want to be. That is at stock settings on the 7900xt and my 6800xt had a very slight oc (102% on both sliders, 105% power, no fan off). Temps stay at 65 c when gaming at maxed out settings and my GPU has zero coil whine! My sapphire 6800xt nitro+SE had coil whine, never bothered me but not having is nice. So far no issues with latest drivers and default settings. Ideally $749 would be a great place for the gpu, $100 more than the 6800xt was at launch I think would have been a fair ask from the get go for better performance and less power draw🤷 But considering I bought my 6800xt in January 2021..... I paid less for this at $840 all in🤣
Cons: Wish it was $50 less, no other cons.
Overall Review: Highly recommended if wanting to game at 1440p Ultrawide at maxed out settings in games and achieve high fps.
Pros: Taking advantage of Smart Access Memory with ryzen 7000 series CPU really has this thing shining well over the 4070 ti for a similar price. I've had no issues running all my games max settings 4k 60 fps with plenty of buffer space (GPU utilization from 60 to 90 percent) some titles even reaching 120 fps 4k max steady. keep in mind the value with the free game, I love last of us and was going to buy that regardless so really I paid 740 for the card that the game came with it. Absolutely no reason to go with Nvidia for more money, less performance.
Cons: No cons so far.
Overall Review: People seem to talk bad about the drivers and support for the AMD cards. I have not had a single issue, everything runs insanely good just as I expected. Look... Right now all computer prices have dropped tremendously finally. You'd be hard pressed to look over a card like this that can finally run games as high quality and resolution as you could want for well under a grand. don't blow double the price on a 4090 unless you're the .001% that needs 4k 120 fps on every single title. The 7900 xtx and 4080 also does not make sense, 300-400 dollars more and it's not really pushing you into a new bracket of gaming.
Pros: Very good performance. Fits my gaming needs, ultra detail 1440 @ 60-75 FPS. Adrenaline is much nicer/easier to use than GeForce Experience. Temps have been in the 70's when framerate capped to 60 fps. I'm able to use my existing 750 watt PSU. With uncapped framerate in RDR2 benchmark 1440 ultra details and no RT I got 116fps average at 340 watts. Framerate capped at 60 the power draw dropped to 280.
Cons: Not a fan of the RGB implementation. High power consumption at idle with multi-monitor with different resolutions and or refresh rate. 75 watts driver 23.4.2 using 1080@60 + 1440@75 + 1440@60. With 2 monitors turned off it drops to 12 watts. Neither of these cons diminish this cards performance IMO. It's the 4th most powerful GPU currently available and I didn't choose it for efficiency or RGB.
Overall Review: My computer was intended to have the performance to be viable for multiple generations and I felt the 3070ti was not getting the job done. The 7900xt feels like it will. Games I play that had stuttering issues even at 60 FPS are buttery smooth now. Games that had texture issues on both of my previous GPUs (2060, 3070ti) now look amazing with ultra detail set. After generations of hearing the ray tracing hype, buying cards labeled as capable of ray tracing and finding out that they can but you can count the frames on 2 hands if you try. I would rather buy hardware performance than software performance. Add to that nVidia sticking to the pandemic pricing and I am taking the red pill.
Pros: I know it isn't a 7900xtx, but you can actually get one of these. This card doesn't seem to suffer from the coil whine that some of the others do. It is pretty quite. I get around 150fps in Halo Infinite 1440p on ultra settings out of the box. It seems like Infinite is kind of a difficult game for AMD. So I think it would be faster on most other games.
Cons: No real complaints with it other than some driver and game optimization things that need to be worked out. Just early adopter stuff.
Overall Review: It seems like a good card that is priced right for the performance.
Pros: Big upgrade from the Nvidia 1080. I wanted something that can do 4k gaming and ray tracing but without the Nvidia price tags. This is a great value all considering. Inflation definitely hits the pocket hard though. This was also my best option for my ITX case as 330mm is the max fit. All the other high end cards are massive.
Cons: None so far.
Overall Review: Highly recommend.
Pros: -Priced more competitively at 799. -Slighter smaller (albeit still big) gpu compared to team green's offerings -With no tuning, this thing is pretty quiet considering it's voltage draw would lead you to believe. -No driver or temp hiccups noted upon initial install. Ran a few games just to see temps and barely surpassed 65+ range on Cyberpunk and Hogwarts Legacy on Ultra 1440p settings -Maintains original dual 8 pin connectors to omit cable clutter -Tasteful RGB with not too much rainbowing. LED off switch is welcomed
Cons: -Could be priced a tad cheaper but understand the market is where it's at with GPUS -At 2.7 slot specs, this will likely take up closer to 3 slots with the height of it's cooler/fans. Barely fits my evolve shift air 2. Needed to break off some of the cases frame that keeps the side panels from flexing.
Overall Review: I haven't had a AMD Radeon for so long because of it's history with drivers and frankly just lacking in terms of feature set and cost per frame performance. WIth this iternation, we see a much more compelling offering from AMD that makes nVidia pricing appeal to only loyalist to the green brand. I haven't ran many benchmarks but so far, very happy with my purchase.
Pros: fast like super fast this this is a beast handles 4k 60 no problem in most games and is a monster at 1440p i do wish it had two hdmi rather than 3 DP ports
Cons: the only con about this card is the size its massive !! make sure you measure your case so you dont end up having to take out the front middle fan. Kinda glad i had to get a new case so i can now uninstall icue and never look back lol
Overall Review: long time nvidia user that is sick of the anti consumer policies and dog poop ripp off cards they like to spew out now. TEAM RED ALL DAY AND NEVER GOING BACK TO NVIDIA
Pros: - IMO, the perfect option for 3840x1600 ultrawide. Just finished playing Last of Us Part 1 on Max settings. FPS hovering around 60FPS. (Sometimes lower, sometimes higher, but I didn't feel like I needed more frames. - "Good" value. I know GPU prices are crazy, but this GPU takes the cake for high-performance value. - Fans are pretty "quiet" when under 100% load. - Plays Starcraft 2, which is my main game. Zerg cabal is pleased.
Cons: - Max GPU power consumption of 438W at without any tweaking. If power efficiency is what you're looking for, I would stick with NVIDIA. Skimping out on PSU is not recommended. - It's quite large. Please make sure that your case supports it. - Some minor coil whine in certain situations. But I have my desktop about a couple feet away from me when I'm gaming. I don't notice it most of the time. - Eating away 45-50W when idle. Hopefully future AMD drivers addresses this.
Overall Review: I don't want to take away anything from ASRock for putting out this card at this price. It's an incredible GPU, but there are definitely some caveats.