Get the game w/ select AMD Radeon RX graphic cards purchase, limited offer
PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 7000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 7900 XT|
|Game Clock||2175 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2535 MHz|
|Stream Processors||5376 Stream Processors|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||3 x DisplayPort 2.1|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||300W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||850W|
|Power Connector||2 x 8-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||338 mm|
|Slot Width||4 Slots|
|Date First Available||December 13, 2022|
Pros: BIG Chonky
Cons: Some smaller case might not be able to fit
Overall Review: Loved the Red Devil Series, didn't managed to get the XTX but I'm happy I saved some cash for other PC parts since i mostly just game in 1440p 165Hz.
Pros: - Runs Elden Ring 60 FPS - @4k max. - Runs cool and quiet (see other thoughts). - Picture quality is sharp, crisp, and way better than my previous Nvidia card. - RGB control through the PowerColor software is nice and easy. - Comes with a support bracket (which it's needed). - Comes with an RGB connect cable to hook it up with the rest of your RGBs.
Cons: - Big... No, it's HUGE! Very long and extra thicc - had to buy a different case (Meshify2) as it wasn't even close to fit in my previous Cooler Master mid tower case... No issues with the new case tho - I even have extra 3-4 inches. - My card doesn't overclock much - poor bench results (see other thoughts). - Poor AMD handling of multi-monitors (see other thoughts).
Overall Review: It think I got very unlucky at the "silicon lottery". My cards does not overclock much - just 3-4% above the boost and that's it. It runs great at it's own boost clock but that's pretty much the max. I have a friend with the hellhound and he gets 15-20% more clock than me and some reference cards are also surpassing my card by quite a lot in benchmarking... I think I just pulled the short straw, but don't get me wrong - the card is great. Still runs games at max and performs very well in 4k. With a proper fan curve it's basically silent and stays cool. At heavy 4k 60FPS gaming, I get GPU temps below 55C and hot spot below 75C with close to silent fans. I did some unedrvolting through the AMD software and it runs very cool and quiet. PowerColor never disappoints with their cooling solutions and this card does not suffer from the 110C hotspot issue of some of the reference cards. The current AMD drivers have an issue with multimonitor support - especially with windows duplicate display. I have my TV hooked up to the desktop as well with duplicate display (monitor on display port, tv on hdmi) and I had a some issues with this setup - flickering at 2d when idle and some stutters when gaming. Disconnecting the TV and using either one alone made a huge difference. This is not the card's fault - some people are having issues with setting up multi monitors in general on AMD cards in general. TLDR, final thoughts - I highly recommend this card and I don't think I'll be going back to Nvidia anytime soon. Great picture quality, solid performance at 4k gaming, great temps and low noise after minor tweaking.
Pros: Runs cool, handles everything on ultra 1440 ultrawide.
Cons: None so far.
Overall Review: Love it so far, works great right out of the box.
Pros: Happy with my purchase Native 1440p all hight setting performance better 4080 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Cons: None cons from me
Overall Review: Yes 100% recommend
Pros: Easy to set up. Love the look and the full RGB customization with the powercolor software. Came with a support for it. The capabilities of this is way beyond what I was expecting, and couldn't be happier.
Cons: Takes up a lot of space, but I doesn't affect my setup besides having to swap around some SATA cables to other ports. Gave me an opportunity to do some cable tidying. GPU support is highly recommended as this is very heavy and will sag over time.
Overall Review: 10/10 would recommend this to anyone not sure of going with AMD or NVidia.
Pros: I love the GPU, upgrading from a 5700xt was a huge bump in performance..
Cons: I had originally opted to purchase the 7900xtx but 1500.00 is excessive considering the MSRP. Optionally Newegg allows this type of scalping. Due to them being proud of their cards, market conditions, and scalpers I had to settle for the Red Devil 7900xt rather than xtx.
Overall Review: The only complaint I have is Newegg allows scalping.. It also allows them to price the same cards in that rage at the same inflated pricing. A 40% increase above MSRP is simply highway robbery.
Overall Review: 5
Pros: Cooler is Fantastic (pun intended) Stable drivers (not sure what's up with all these people complaining AMD drivers) Awesome look to it Great frames in 1440p ultra settings with RT turned on (yes it does ray trace ok)
Cons: Ray tracing isnt as good as team green but who really cares rgb isnt addressable
Overall Review: Absolutely love this card, for what you pay, you get way more than team green can offer
Pros: probably pretty fast
Cons: no worky on linux right now
Overall Review: currently the firmware is not in most linux distros repos yet and as such it will not boot into linux using amdgpu and while you can get it to work if you manually donload the firmware and update your initramfs and have mesa 2.23.1 or something, its a hassle even by linux standards and there's not too much info out there given this is pretty new. not really the products fault but amd probably should have released the firmware earlier so it was in most distro's repos by the time the card launched, its not like there weren't leaks about it anyways