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PCI Express 4.0
|Model||RX7900XTX TC 24GO|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 7000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 7900 XTX|
|Game Clock||2510 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2680 MHz|
|Stream Processors||6144 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||355W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||1000W|
|Power Connector||3 x 8-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||345 mm|
|Slot Width||3 Slots|
|Date First Available||December 13, 2022|
Pros: TLDR: Great Cooling, Fast , Great Build Quality, Better Ray Tracing than 6950 XT, Good RGB software. - Great Build Quality and Heatsink led to cool temperatures, high clocks and great performance. 80c max hotspot, 47c average temp in synthetic test, 55c in game. - Solid Overclocker using Adrenaline software +15% power limit, under-volt of 1055, 2970 max clock, 2470 min clock, 2764 memory, 48c average custom fan curve. - Time Spy Extreme GPU: 16538, Port Royal: 17415 - 10+ FPS boost in Callisto Protocol 4K Ultra settings. - The ray tracing performance is a notable improvement coming from a 6950 XT. - The RGB software is easy to use.
Cons: Not really a con but a potential improvement. - Included GPU bracket could be improved to orient for different cases ( not usable with installed bottoms fans in fractal torrent )
Overall Review: TLDR: Purchase this model if you are looking to maximize the potential of the 7900 XTX chip. Build: The Taichi is built incredibly well, it's a large and heavy card with great cooling, low noise and high overclocking potential. The included gpu support bracket is appreciated and helps. Performance: The Taichi allows for great overclocking out the box using the adrenaline software. The in-game performance uplift I've experienced is 10.5% in the Callisto Protocol ultra settings FSR 2 off. In testing with gameplay and synthetic benchmarks my temps were 55c/76c hotspot and 46c/77c hotspot average. This was with a 2970 Max clock, 2470 min clock, 1055 voltage, 2764 memory clock, +15% power limit. Value: Coming from a 6950 XT I have experienced a 37.6% performance increase from stock out the box settings. With an overclock on the 7900 XTX the increase becomes 52.1%. In-game numbers for the Callisto protocol were 105fps (7900xtx OC/ 95fps stock) and 69fps (6950xt stock). When overclocking the 6950 XT the gap was closed to 43.8% with the 6950 XT providing 73fps. While this is a small sample with an AMD optimized game, my experience was positive. The Taichi 7900XTX is priced higher than MSRP because it's objectively a better version of the card and represents that in its performance and cooling. Summary: If you are coming from a previous generation and want to upgrade you will see a noticeable performance increase. If you are looking for the best performing GPU from AMD this is it. If you are looking for the best bang for your buck GPU at 4k then consider the 6950XT at $699. I hope this review helps, do your research and find what works for you 🙂
Pros: Achieving over 3 MHz was easy even on the default power limit with undervolting. Card stays relatively cool with roughly a 20degree margin between the the hotspot and edge temp.
Cons: Would have been a 5 star review if I hadnt found many of the screws to be loose. When I received the card I noticed the fan shroud seemed loose. I tightened those and checked the rest of the screw and found many of them were not tight. Most worrying is the screws in the mount were loose. I will likely have to have to re paste the card.
Overall Review: This is my second taichi card from Asrock and have had great success with their products. So I was a bit disappointed with the quality control on this card with all of the loose screws. The performance is great but had I not checked all of the screws the result could have been very negative.
Pros: Port royal 15707 - stock bios - 400w - 53c Port royal 16812 - O.C. - 462w - 55c (and room to go) +It's huge but the cooler more than delivers with how cold this card stays (and has a kickstand) +Can turn off RGB using a switch on the pcb +During normal games it will hover around 48-53c
Cons: -I had dll errors after enabling S.A.M. but using the repair tool on the driver's installation fixed my issue -Ive seen power spikes up to 520w but overclocked during port royal it levels out around 462w
Overall Review: Wildly more powerful vs my old 2080ti and colder
Overall Review: Amazing product very power hungry but definitely one of the best RX7900 XTX dollar performance flat out really happy with it works great no problems at all ray tracing could use a little bit of work on AMD side but other than that amazing product I very much recommend it
Pros: This GPU rocks! The look is pretty cool, but mainly it just destroys games. Stays quiet when in "Quiet" bios mode as well. It's also cheaper than the similar Sapphire Nitro+
Cons: Lots of coil whine when in "Performance" bios mode, but when in "Quiet" bios it's not noticeable.
Overall Review: Fantastic card, recommend for anyone looking for a 7900 XTX.
Pros: -Very quiet when GPU is under 100% load -Keeps Cool! Junction temp never passes 90 and GPU temp is around 60 -Long and Heavy! For me that's a pro because you know it's built well and it will keep cool. -40%-50% gains from my 6900XT -Runs A lot of games at 4K 120hz -This card is absolutely beautiful!
Cons: -Price, $200 over MSRP is a bit too much. -Drivers are not fully optimized for all games so waiting for future updates.
Overall Review: I prefer this card over the Red Devil. Overall an amazing 4K gaming GPU.
Overall Review: Rock solid card that looks great, stays cool, and delivers serious oomph! Playing Hogwarts at 144fps and 1440p is smooth as glass and I havent even messed with clock tweaks yet. Max temps Ive seen are low 70s. Even includes a little post to hold the end of the card up. Lighting software is kinda meh, but you only need to set it once and it commits the settings to the cards memory. With a 5800x and this card at maximum power, my max draw on a watt meter is 620w, which is great for my gold rated 750w psu.
Pros: - Performance is fantastic - Reasonable OC - Overall build quality is solid - Good looking card
Cons: - The fan farthest from the I/O on my card rattles between 1550 and 1750 RPM. In light games the GPU didn't need to speed up the fans enough to make this audible, but during any modern AAA games such as Dead Space remake, Cyberpunk, Red dead 2, Returnal, Black desert online this is exactly the RPM the GPU settles at on default settings. It is a grating rattle and not something I would expect from a $1,100 product. It's possible to OC the card so the fans ramp beyond the 1800 RPM fan threshold, but then the card rattles during every map opening or game menu where the load is reduced and the fan RPM starts to drop. - When utilizing all for display outs, 3x Display port and 1x HDMI the card is constantly reducing clocks to 0 for a second or two causing a major stutter. This happens constantly every 30-60 seconds and makes the system unusable as all screens freeze for 1-3 seconds. After much troubleshooting I discovered this doesn't occur if the HDMI port is not in use. So I used the card for a little over a week with only the display ports in use and didn't have a single issue. Not sure if drive issue or issue with my specific card, but for $1,100 I would really like to use all my screens at once.
Overall Review: I think the card is great overall, and believe the issues I have were with my specific card. The card is a top notch performer and it was getting fantastic frame rates (140-160) in games on my main display, 3440 x 1440 @ ultra, but for the cost of the card I had to return it. I went with the Taichi as a runner up to the Nitro, but I can't justify the cost for a fan that rattles nearly the entire time the card is in use and losing one of my displays. I did attempt to reseat the GPU multiple times while I had it, adjusted anti-sag brackets, even rerouted the cabling in my system hoping airflow or other factors were contributing to the fan noise, but nothing I tried would change the fact that between 1,550 and 1,750 RPM one fan would rattle like a bearing was loose. The display issue is tough, because I've been running the same 4 displays on an RX 5700 XT, a RTX 3080, and finally this 7900 XTX. This is the first GPU I've experienced this issue with. I would imagine it to be a driver issue, but I've tried every driver since the 7xxx series was released and if it was a driver issue with all outputs in use, I imagine I would find more users experiencing it. I really want to believe the issues I've had are just being unlucky and getting a bad card, but considering this was a second choice, I've decided not to risk it and try again.
Pros: Awesome design, rgb, performance
Cons: Expensive at $1200, amd driver issues, excessive power draw
Overall Review: The performance of this card is great, the design is nice and the rgb is a plus. The card is almost the entire length of my case so be wary of that. When slotted the card sags a little bit but Asrock provides a sag bracket. My main gripe with this card is that it barely functions correctly. This card quite literally blue-screened my computer to the point where I had to wipe windows three times and reinstall all my apps and games. The gpu has a dual bios mode that you can switch between performance and quiet but It only seems to work fine in quiet mode which sees a 3% performance decrease but still, youre paying $1200 for something that should work out of the box. My computer crashes constantly in games or just sitting at the Home Screen which is absurd for what you pay. Not sure if Im a one off case or its an amd driver issue but this is just unacceptable for a $1200 graphics card. I cant really recommend this to anyone at this price because of all these issues.
Overall Review: Card arrived in a day, working flawlessly and is so much faster than my old 3070. Absolutely worth it. Looks great too!