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PCI Express 4.0 x16
|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|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||2 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||2 x DisplayPort 2.1|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||339W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||800W|
|Power Connector||3 x 8-Pin|
|Max GPU Length||320 mm|
|Slot Width||4 Slots|
|Date First Available||December 13, 2022|
Pros: Super fast. Lots of OC headroom. Can't wait for an MPT that supports it... Super Quiet even when OC'd to 3055. Managed to land #1 in Timespy Extreme in the US with it. (5800x3d) It looks like a Delorian.
Cons: Its silver, but it looks like a Delorian. I'd still hit it though. Like all 7900 series cards it gets gut punched with ray tracing. I'm sure driver updates will improve that. There are some driver issues in games, but its minimal. It seems to really only happen when its been overclocked to the limit.
Overall Review: Get one. Totally worth it.
Pros: I was lucky to get one from newegg at 1199.99 . This things awesome
Overall Review: I hope these come avil. To more people at retail price. This things awesome. Be patient and dont pay price gougers prices .
Pros: I have the fan curve adjusted to max out at 35% (my headphones are open-back and I like my PC to be almost silent). It still has a lot of thermal headroom even being overclocked with the fans turned way down. Its also the only 7900 xtx with a big heat sink that fits in a Fractal Torrent case. I havent noticed any issues yet. Ive been playing Grounded with max settings at 120fps 1440p with no FSR. And with possible driver updates to increase performance even more, its plenty of GPU for me for a long time. It looks good too if you care. It goes with my white case pretty well.
Cons: No complaints
Overall Review: 10/10 would recommend (for $1200 or less)
Pros: - blazing fast in early 23 - comes with mounting support bracket - looks great - starts cool
Cons: - hard to find - even tougher to find at msrp - Adrenaline software, while good, isnt perfect. It likes to reset itself on my setup - default fan curve can sound like a jet engine
Overall Review: Really happy with this card. After using Nvidia based EVGAs for years, Ive finally come back around to AMD and couldnt be happier (my last AMD was an ATI X1800 XT, wayyyy back in 2006!!!). Its big, its beautiful, and its fast. It sits rock solid in my case, so much so that I would feel comfortable mounting it without the support bracket. Thats something I would not have done with my (very saggy) 3080! The metal chassis on this beast is rigid! Havent had any issues, other than with the Adrenaline software. I technically prefer it over most Nvidia software, except that it resets the fan curve and overclock settings from time to time. Ive tried working out the bug, but it only takes a moment to readjust my fan settingsso its not that much of a bother. I do like the ease and simplicity of Adrenaline, so hopefully its patched at some point. Even with dramatically lowered fan curves, it rarely leaves mid 50 degrees Celsius while gaming. Love the card. Always wanted a Sapphire. Its worth the wait.
Pros: Amazing gpu, I bought it because I loved the look and wanted to future proof
Cons: The pictures show it as more silver than it actually is, I mean it isnt plain grey or black or white but its more of a dark silver than what the pictures show
Overall Review: I love it I just wish it was a brighter silver
Pros: Faster and quieter than the previous generation cards.
Cons: Consumes more power.
Overall Review: Really great card for 4k and below. Gives the performance you need in rasterization. Lacks in raytracing, but isnt needed.
Pros: Solid Performance ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Overall Review: Great price for an excellent performance
Pros: - Fast. Runs every game I've thrown at it very smoothly at 4k on a 120hz display. - Cool. Warmest I've seen it get is 67C, junction in the mid-70s iirc. - Quiet. Haven't heard it over my case fans. - Neat RGB implementation. - No coil whine. - Included support bracket.
Cons: - Needs included support bracket. It's hefty. - I had to remove one of my intake fans to make it fit inside my case, a Meshify C, but I knew that going in. Despite only running the two intakes it's still pretty quiet under load.
Overall Review: I highly recommend this card, but double check that your case can fit it. It's a chonker. It was definitely worth removing the extra intake fan for. I'll be upgrading my case further down the line anyway. I expect this GPU will last me quite a while.
Pros: -Fast and quiet -Great build quality
Cons: -It came with a black backplate which I wasn't expecting from all the photos. I wanted it in silver but it's not the end of the word. HOWEVER, no one has responded to me about why this is the case. - paid $1200 pretax which made it a hard choice between it and a reference 4080
Overall Review: - Runs MW2 max settings at less that 70 degrees the whole time. - There's not a lot of communication between Sapphire and customers (I have tried) but their products are reliable so take that as you will.
Pros: Fast 4K gameplay when it works.
Cons: - Have to run it at default settings. Cannot overclock or tweak at all. - Games crash at stock settings.
Overall Review: I think I got a bad unit. Will probably RMA. So far, every game I have tried has crashed. This is with the latest Adrenaline drivers, and I even tried some older versions to be sure. I have a 1000w PSU and a 5900x, my previous card worked fine, and even a 4080 card worked fine. Also, there are visible defects on the card itself from manufacturing.