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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: Benchmarks well in Time Spy Extreme
Cons: RDNA3 I wish I could say that the card has been perfect but no matter what I do I can't keep my system from crashing. Ultimately had to start a return on mine.
Overall Review: I ended up really liking the look of the card although I have my heart set on a Sapphire Nitro+
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
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.
Pros: Looks beautiful. Definitely a powerhouse, crushed every game I threw at it. Dual bios is nice in case of errors.
Cons: Insane coil whine out of the box. Hot spots were hitting 110c when the card itself wasnt even at 60c. Had to dial in the settings in Adrenaline software. The is very little room between the fans and edge of the card that using a GPU support was very difficult if you dont like the one they provide.
Overall Review: First and foremost, I love the look of this card. It is quite large though so make sure it will fit your case. Unfortunately, this card had a lot of cool whine. Even hovering my mouse over a YouTube video, I could here slight coil whine. Using the Quiet bios setting helped slightly but it was the lesser of two evils. I was also getting crazy high junction temps when the card got over 90% utilization. I was hitting hot spot temps of 110c when the card itself was only showing ~60c. Thankfully I was able to find a great YouTube video that showed me how to dial in the settings in the adrenaline software (I.e. clock frequency, power limit, voltage, ram speed) and that helped eliminate A LOT of the coil whine and temperature issues while also boosting the performances. But that just makes me think, why isnt it like this right out of the box? I already switched to the 4080 in my main system and that card is great. No coil whine or temp issues in the MSI Gaming X Trio 4080. It wasnt until I put my Taichi 7900xtx into a different system when I decide to look up undervolting/overclocking. I wish I could give this card 5 stars, but with how my card operated from installation, I simply cannot. In fact, if I wouldnt have found videos on how to make adjustments, this would be a 1-star review. But since I was able to dial in proper settings and alleviate most of the coil whine and temp issues, that card performs quite well. You shouldnt expect everyone to know how to tweak the clocks and voltage of a card to get it to operate how it should in the first place. Good luck to all future buyers. If you buy any 7900xtx, do a YouTube search for 7900xtx under volt/over clocking guide. The Radeon adrenaline software is fantastic.
Pros: I am amazed how nice this card is on my pc, even is not part of the black and white color scheme of my pc but i love it. It came on a week from purchase and i saw no problem or any damage to the shipping box. The card was costly but am happy with the performance so far so i believe it was worth every dollar!
Cons: The card it self is a little heavy.
Overall Review: I highly recommend this video card. Am happy with the decision of buy it.
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: No vapor chamber ambivalence Designed to perform at above reference 7900XTX clock speeds Better than a 4080 in rasterization workloads
Cons: At the end of the day, it's still just a bit faster than the 7900xtx (and in many cases the 4080 if you exclude ray-tracing). That's not in and of itself a bad thing, but it's still a whole tier below the 4090. I knew that and was okay with it, but I'd be lying if I didn't have a bit of performance envy.
Overall Review: First of all, Asrock did an amazing job. The board design, the cooling, everything about this card is well done. No vapor-chamber apprehension necessary; this card punches above its weight. It's going to be anywhere from 1 to 7-8 percent faster than a stock 7900XTX, and that's nothing to sneeze at.