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PCI Express 4.0
|Model||RADEON RX7900XTX 24G|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 7000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 7900 XTX|
|Game Clock||2300 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2500 MHz|
|Stream Processors||6144 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||335W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||800W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||287 mm|
|Slot Width||2.5 Slot|
|Date First Available||December 13, 2022|
Pros: -Cheap compared to 4080ti with similar performance -Very strong graphics card. I've been running MW2 at 200+ FPS on Ultra settings and Warzone 2.0 around 220-250fps on Perfomance settings with some High/Ultra on select settings. -Software is very easy to use, can easily overclock if you wish or change graphic settings globally or per game. I keep mine non-OC'd as I don't really play games on high settings.
Cons: -Usually run hotter than my previous cards, however, I've not had any overheating problems like some people may have experienced with MBA design cards. After tuning the fans, my card usually sits at around 40c and 45c junction temps and under ultra settings load on MW2/Warzone 2.0, High on Life, GTA V, and others, temps usually sit at around 70c and junction temp at 85c. I've never had my junction temp reach above 90c. -Fans can be loud when under a lot of stress, but that is normal I guess. -Driver software is not as good as Nvidia but still easy to use and you can do quite a lot with it.
Overall Review: - Overall, would recommend the product. Decently priced high performance card. Can run hot but can easily be fixed by tuning fan speeds. Probably can make it cooler even when ultra settings if you tune the fans, if you don't mind the fans sounding like there's a jet engine beside you. - At least for the card that I have received, I never had any overheating issue or any situations when the card peaked or went over 90c. - If you're looking to build a high end gaming PC and has the budget but don't want to spend over $2000 cad for 4090. This is a very good card with very good performance.
Pros: -Ran benchmarks. Despite its smaller size, it beat the pants off my 4070Ti in performance, and its temps were comparable despite a far smaller cooling solution. -They ABSOLUTELY fixed the issue with the vapor chamber issue.
Overall Review: If you were worried about the vapor chamber issue, worry not. You'll be fine.
Overall Review: same performance as 4080 but 200$ cheaper
Pros: did not have the vapor chamber issue affecting many made by amd cards smaller than a 4080 plays warzone better than a 4080 by a significant margin basically not asrock since its a made by amd product screenshot showing 4:20 stress test not going over 79c, issue affecting some cards is 110c during 1 minute stress test do i need to point out that this review is being done on 420 for a 7900 that did not go over 79c for 4 minutes 20 seconds...just making sure.
Cons: i have not had any issues
Overall Review: definitely recommended instead of a 4080 i have been an nvidia fan until they stopped caring about the customer both my 3080 and 3090 fe thermal throttled and they had no recall, but amd issued a recall for an issue affecting 10% of prosumers. i respect that and have switched
Pros: -Price/Performance is phenomenal when you factor in the free 60 dollar game. -3 year warranty. -Temps were never an issue. -Noise is manageable enough. -It is a small card in comparison to others. Likely won't need anti-sag.
Cons: -Still a costly GPU. Would've been nice to have it at MSRP. -Power consumption is insane. 350-400w depending on tuning. -Could've been a bit bigger for better cooling. -RGB isn't visible nor attractive.
Overall Review: As the title states I chose this one out of 4 total GPUs tested. This card performed exceptionally well while not being too loud or too hot. Junction temps hover at 90c with a 60c overall temp at 27c ambient. It fits nicely in my Micro ATX case. One AIB I tested literally pressed on my front intake fans it was so long... So this is a nice and compact card that packs a punch! It does have a bit of coil whine but the fans do drown out the high pitch whine. I don't mind the whirring of fans so much as I do the tinnitus ringing of a GPU. Headphones would negate this entirely. Cards Tested: PowerColor Red Devil 7900 XT XFX Reference 7900 XT ASRock Reference 7900 XTX (this bad girl) XFX MERC310 Black 7900 XTX Time Spy GPU Scores (best scores with various OC/UV settings): RD XT: 29.1k XFX XT: 28.2k ASR XTX: 32.5k XFX XTX: 33.2k Reasons I didn't choose other GPU: RD XT: Coil whine was insane and it had the worst cost/performance. Large and loud. XFX XT: Great card I just wanted to spend the extra 150 or so for future-proofing. XFX XTX: Way too big and the fans sounded like a jet engine at 40% speeds. Large and loud.
Pros: The compact size, two 8-pin power connectors mounted on front of card is what I was looking for. I am replacing/upgrading my RTX 3090 Ti card the 3090 Ti is huge, and the 12-pin power connector is on the end of the card, whish adds length needed for clearance. With the 3090 Ti the power connector is into my front fans, unless I bend it,..
Cons: No cons, the vapor chamber issue seems to have been sorted out, and this card has no issues with hot-spot temps.
Overall Review: I would recommend this card. I was worried about the vapor-chamber issue after this card was first released/launched. But I still wanted this card, I was disappointed the card was sold out on launch day, as I had already pre-ordered the EK water block for it, and after not being able to buy the card I canceled the pre-order, and waited for the card to restock on shelves,.. I did not want to pay $300 dollars over MSRP for the reference PCB , so I waited, and then bought this card for a fair price. I have been gaming, benchmarking, and overclocking this card with factory cooling solution and it has worked just fine. I do plan on ordering the EK water block down the road, that's why I needed a reference PCB card, but for now the card looks and functions great! as is with the sleek all black design, and the factory triple-fan cooler works vary well.
Pros: -Looks like the 110° C GPU Junction issue is gone with the current stock of reference cards, no problems on my card. -Great product and better value than the RTX 4080. -Compact design that fits in all PC cases. -Great build quality
Cons: -Still an expensive product
Overall Review: -Highly recommend it in case you want to future proof your rig for upcoming high fidelity games.
Pros: Fits in Ncase M1 Works with a corsair sff 600, 10700k, PC4 25600 3200mhz ram, dual nvme, and 1440p monitor.
Cons: Price - it's a reference model that is $50 more than AMD's ref. *though I did get a free game... AMD adrenaline overlay causes lag in some games. *use afterburner instead Ray tracing leaves something to be desired, but I knew this coming in
Overall Review: If you're looking for a reference model because you need all the space you can get, this one is usually in stock. Coming from an FE 3080, you definitely see a performance uptick. Is it worth the cost? That is subjective and dependent on how you game. Don't get too wrapped up into value vs performance because these things are always nice to haves. It's also funny to me that reviews bench at 1080p with a current gen i9. If you're looking to buy anything above a 30 series rtx or 7k rx, you don't game at that resolution. With that said, your system should be specced accordingly. I am probably at the lower end of this use case, but its fine for now. It fits in my ncase m1 with two 120x15mm at the bottom as well (which cuts down the temps a little). In any case. I had the upgrade itch. My son went from a 1600x and 2080ti to a 5800x3d and 3080. Was this necessary? Probably not, but I'm OK with it as it will future proof both of us for a little while.
Pros: Some people noted some thermal issues, I havent experienced anything like that yet. I have been running it for the past 6 hours at full load with a TGP of 290 watts and its been at the peak 69C in a HYTe Y69 chassis.
Cons: The packaging is good, but you dont get all the extras you might get with other brands. Thats doesnt take away from the overall experience in my opinion though.
Overall Review: Id purchase it again if I needed a second GPU. I wish the Raytracing performance was a bit more impressive, but then again the game support is hit and miss.
Pros: Tweaked this card to run pretty cool under load . So far so good !
Cons: Its big! Had to remove cable management bracket
Overall Review: Been a RED team user for years! This card is fast , cool and quiet !!