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PCI Express 4.0 x16
|Model||RX7900XTX TCW 24GO|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0 x16|
|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|
|Effective Memory Clock||20000 MHz (20 Gbps)|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 2.1|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||335W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||1000W|
|Power Connector||3 x 8-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||345 mm|
|Slot Width||3 Slots|
|Date First Available||April 20, 2023|
Pros: - good looking - can change RGB color - runs silent (no cool whine or too little i couldnt hear ) - runs cool (less than 60C at 100% load)
Cons: - RGB software is very buggy 1/10 in term or usability - power consumption on par with 4090 but less performance (400w at 100% load ) - no manual on how to install support bracket that came with
Overall Review: Aside from small issues listed above its still a very good card
Pros: White, great looks, fast and runs cool.
Overall Review: Finally a white GPU from Asrock to complete my Intel build. Runs and performs great. Already have the same card in black in my AMD PC and both perform awesome. Highly recommended. Nvidia 4080 or 4090 are too expensive and you get great performance for less money. I dont care much personally about raytracing, never use it. Games still look awesome without it.
Pros: This card handles everything I throw at it and simply performs. I get 120 frames, in games that support this framerate.
Cons: The 'support stand' for the card is way too short for my case - I had to use a 4-inch-thick wooden block to provide support for the stand.
Overall Review: I would buy this card again. My case is an Obsidian 900D, so yes, a large case, but that's what's needed to maintain a cool system. I am running 10 input fans (Noctua NF-P12 redux-1700 PWM - max airflow = 120,2m³/h each) as well as utilizing a liquid cooler for the CPU, thus this video card rarely hits 55C when gaming, and usually idles at 42C-43C. My cooling solution definitely helps keep everything cool.
Pros: Runs cool, great fans, great colors
Cons: Small coil whine when in high 90s-100% utilization
Overall Review: My 7900 xtx has been great since Ive gotten it and I am extremely happy I purchased this over a 4080 or a 4090. Way better price to performance and it can stream and video edit GREAT! My only complaint is I have a coil whine when my card is around 93-100% utilized, but this seems to be an issue that can occur with any card and any manufacturer. Some of these cards that pull more power are just more prone to it.
Pros: Has everything you could ask for from a graphics card. Can handle anything you can throw at it! At a fraction of the price of Nvidia 4090 card. Not to mention that this thing looks incredible. Paired it up with the Z790 Taichi Motherboard Carrera. All inside of a Fractal Torrent case. Looks incredible.
Overall Review: Would highly recommend this card to anyone. Well worth the money...
Pros: Beautiful performance, and aesthetics packed in one.
Overall Review: Would recommend
Pros: Fast, quiet, runs great fps with no real dips in performance. I have it paired with a 7900x. temps running about 60-70c consistent on triple A games.
Overall Review: recommended to anyone looking to go AMD
Pros: - Clean look to the card - Relatively quiet - RGB switch for stealthy builds - Backplate doesn't have much flex
Cons: - DO NOT USE PIGTAILS - Does get warmer than XFX MERC and Sapphire Nitro+ - Started off getting random reboots
Overall Review: This card is a fantastic looking card. The very first day of gaming I had two hard resets and one game crash while only adding +15% to the power slider. My HUGE tip for you all is to make sure that you are using 3 cables from your PSU, I believe that the day one crashes were from power spikes higher than what the PCIe cables could handle. Temps while gaming were 60-67C with default settings and default fan curve. Looking at HWiNFO64 the highest peak power usage I could grab was about 537W, even when stock (0% on PL) it registered just north of 500W. Each PCIe cable can provide up to 250W from what I have seen SOOOO, I took the 12VHPWR to 2x 6+2 adapter that comes with my PSU and an additional PCIe cable and have seen zero crashes since. Also worth noting, this card is more sensitive to these spikes than my RTX 4090 or 4080 as a similar set up was enough to drive 600W to the card in a game's menu like RE4 without issue. I just wish I knew this before but again, the random crashes are gone now and I hope it stays that way.
Pros: When it's working: 32 inch 4K @144 hz Plenty of VRAM to spare for future game demands.
Cons: Overheats at the "Hot spot". The global/GPU temps both are at max 70 degrees Celsius. The Hot spot can hit ~110 degrees Celsius though. After about 3-5 minutes within a graphically intense game (BF 2042) the screen blacks out and does not recover until I Alt+F4 to get out of the game. Imagery recovers in a few seconds following.
Overall Review: It was basically the most powerful offering available in white for an AMD GPU. I was aiming for stable 4K 144 hz performance and this card seemingly could handle it. If this card didn't overheat, I would recommend it. It looks great in a white build.
Dear Valued ASRock Customer, Thank you for purchase and review. The maximum Junction temperature of RX 7900XTX is 110°C. • Please allow better air circulation inside the chassis to avoid overheating. • If the system has the graphics card Overclocked + software/game that will take full loading of graphics card, the temperature of the graphics card can exceed 100°C. • Check and clean the dust on GPU’s fans and heatsink (if applied). • It is recommended to keep the junction temperature below 100°C for the best reliability and performance. • Download and install the latest driver from AMD website. Link: https://www.amd.com/en/support/graphics/amd-radeon-rx-7000-series/amd-radeon-rx-7900-series/amd-radeon-rx-7900xtx • Adjust the fan speed higher in AMD software and try not overclocking, including the power tuning (un-checked) to get lower temperature. If you have any technical or warranty inquiry in the future, please contact us at https://event.asrock.com/tsd.asp We will assist you shortly. Thank you ASRock Support Tech Support Email: https://event.asrock.com/tsd.asp
Pros: I begin with stating that I upgraded from a dying 2015 GTX 980 Ti. The performance is a major upgrade and is a large Pro for this product. Plays many of the games that I could with my 980 Ti at medium settings. To the new Ultra settings a 2k with this investment.
Cons: Uses a lot of power. Power hog. May as well own a power company to run this. Probably should invest in a solor panel array to power this card alone. Yeah.
Overall Review: The ray tracing is not the winning suite for the card. However for a meer $1'100 cheaper than a 4090 GTX. Still a worty budget card that is more stable than the reference models. Especially if you have a 8 year plus old card.