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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|
|Core Clock||1885 MHz|
|Game Clock||2455 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2615 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||327W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||850W|
|Max GPU Length||344 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||13.54" x 5.04" x 2.24"|
|Slot Width||2 Slots|
|Date First Available||December 13, 2022|
Pros: Everyone knows what the 7900XTX is all about. So instead I'll focus on this specific model and my experience with it instead. - 3 Slots vs some other AIB cards - Nice and secure packaging - Comes with a very solid support bracket - Cooler design is more than sufficient and very quiet when the fan curve is customized properly - Subdued look. Back plate doesn't look as bad in my rig as I thought it would. (Subjective, I know)
Cons: - Default fan curve is unnecessarily aggressive. Reviews mention fan noise, this is why. - Default BIOS cannot be overclocked or undervolted in any way. This is not explained in the documentation from what I could find (very little comes with the box). You have to enable the 2nd "Full Power" BIOS to modify card settings.
Overall Review: Great, well built card that runs cool when using a custom fan curve. The fans are a bit audible but not obtrusive or offensive at all at ~50%. There's no reason to have the fans go higher than this. In a well ventilated case, temperatures hover at around 56°C/76°C when using upwards of 450W in benchmarks. That takes care of the noise complaints with this card. As for overclocking, I think upcoming driver updates will make this a bit more of a sure thing, but right now it's a bit of a mixed bag and not really worth getting into. Just know that out of the box, the default core clock is higher than the reference models and is completely stable. Additionally, the memory on my particular card can happily hum along at 2750 MHz with fast Timings all day long. With the "Full Power" BIOS enabled and the Power Limit maxed at +15%, you can expect this card to chug 460W+ of power, so make sure your PSU is up to the task and your case ventilation is sorted first. I'm running a Seasonic Focus PX-850 and have had no power related stability issues. Additionally, note that the support bracket for the card, which is absolutely necessary to use (unless you have another solution), extends almost a full inch passed the card's length. So with this in mind, please ensure this can fit in your PC before buying. Overall I'm happy with this card at the price I purchased it at (before it got raised for no reason) and the performance is amazing. Compared to the reference cards, I feel this was a much better choice.
Pros: Bought this card to replace my 5-year-old 1080 Ti. It is an absolute performance beast. The performance is great and using in stock settings is absolute silent during normal operation and a smooth sail under load, temperatures never reach about 80c. I play mostly raster games, many of them several years old. That said, I play a few current AAA titles like Cyberpunk and the Witcher III as is a breeze.
Cons: For perfect fit you need a large case with at least 34 inches of clearance and a strong power supply: 1000w is probably enough but I play safe and got a 1250w Seagotep that was in great discount price last couple of weeks to give space to the newer ATX 3.0 / PCIE 5.0 cabling. Newegg had the card at MSRP at time I bought it. I think is a fair price, but I wouldn't go any more about than that. Above this point, other cards from the competitor make much more sense, especially if you need the business productive settings, like CUDA or video post processing.
Overall Review: For each is own, is a ferocious competition out there. Keep in mind that this a first and foremost a gamming card, designed to be competitive in rasterization games. All games support rasterization so... Their ray tracing is very competitive and if you choose to use them, with a minimal tweaking, you can play any main title is great 60 or 75 FPS and very high. Anything beyond that is just for "bragging rights"
Overall Review: Runs very cool- 56c gpu max temp/ 71hotspot in Heaven bench . 33c/39c idle (Ambient 73ish F).
Pros: I picked this 7900 XTX cause price and cause it wasn't a giant RGB festival of lights. What I got was so much more. I must have gotten lucky with a well binned one, because with some very minor tweaking I've cracked 34K in Timespy. That's spitting distance of a 4090 at a fraction of the price. And my max recorded hotspot in my GPU-z logs is 75C, at 463W of board power draw. Granted, I had the fans at max so it sounded like the PC would hover, but with a normal fan profile it's either completely silent or just slightly there. The z-bar support also works extremely well, but it adds almost an inch to the GPU's length. And it's a honking heavy card, so you will need some support, so if you have a smaller case, plan accordingly.
Cons: Absolute lack of documentation. If you get the 7900 XTX version of the card, moving the very tiny bios switch in the direction of the power connectors enables performance mode, which isn't documented anywhere. Also, to get full potential out of this card, you'll want 3x 8 pin PCIe power runs. Don't even think of a double headed PCIe cable. With Zbar installed, this GPU occupies 4 slots worth of height.
Overall Review: The 4090 is the undisputed king of this generation, but it commands a crazy price. But at time of writing, the cheaper 4090s are all $700 more than what I paid for this card. That could literally cover the cost of a capable CPU, motherboard, and RAM combo. While all GPUs are still super pricey, this GPU was a solid purchase that's been stable and has had performance that exceeded my expectations.
Pros: Fast! This card easily handles 3440x1440p @144hz Card is relatively quiet Look great even though it has no lighting effects Comes with anti sag bracket Reasonably priced. Driver issue, my second monitor was flickering I found out that if you have two monitors running different refreshes rates and free sync is enabled on one monitor that happens
Cons: Coil whine Temps are a bit high Im sure vertically mounting it is part of the reason The card very long. 339cm I think Driver issue, my second monitor was flickering I found out that if you have two monitors running different refreshes rates and free sync is enabled on one monitor that happens
Overall Review: I am coming from a 3090 and I must say I am happy I made the switch to team Red. Apart from a few subjective issues, this card is a beast! It out performs my 3090 in all titles and is on par with the 3090 in terms of ray tracing in most. I am a wrong just about the same frames in Cyber punk on the highest settings with max ray tracing. Over all I am enjoying card and would recommend this over a 4080.
Pros: Great overclocker and very quite! Sooooooo much better then amd reference model
Cons: It's huge
Overall Review: Best gpu I have ever had. 200 fps cod extreme settings 1440p
Overall Review: I bought a Red Devil at first and it had a busted fan. Replaced it with this and not only did it work properly, it was MUCH quieter and MUCH cooler. It does eat power, and it's massive, but those two things have clear benefits. So if you've got the room and PSU, it's the one to buy. As for the 7900xtx it's a great card. On par with a 4080 for a lot less money, and while you trade away some RT performance you gain a lot more VRAM which in the PS5 era seems to be really important. Worth it IMO.
Pros: Got up to the 79th percentile in 3DMark's Time Spy's 4k tests for 7900 XTX cards without any tweaks. Same memory capacity as a 4090. Half the price of a 4090.
Cons: Not bundled with any games or software? Heavy, but comes with a bracket for extra support.
Overall Review: I'll submit another review once the card has had time to "break in" and I get more experience with it. I haven't used an AMD graphics card since I upgraded my HD 6870 to an Nvidia 1080 Ti. Recently that Nvidia card has been crashing at 50c, so I figured it's time to upgrade, but I couldn't justify the cost of a 4090.
Pros: The pony's under the hood with this card is amazing. The performance of this card in 4k is amazing. If your thinking about getting this card especially if your on a 6800xt or 3080 or below its worth the upgrade I even think if your into ray tracing this card out performs those 2 ten fold getting about 3080ti, 3090 or 3090ti performance in rt depending on the title. also the card runs very cool. av1 encoding is a plus
Cons: Drivers aren't as mature but overtime amd always improves the drivers Fsr isnt as mature as dlss but again with time and more adoption and fsr 3 on the horizon it'll get better
Overall Review: I think you should get the card if you're patient like me when it comes to drivers. I upgraded from a asus tuff 3080 10gb and it was worth the jump for me just in 4k performance alone. if you are not a patient person this card probably isnt for you and go with Nvidia
Pros: temps never go above 72°C (with overclock) install was easy with video on xfx YouTube channel included sleek looking gpu support bar sleek understated design
Cons: no RGB (not really an issue) very long
Overall Review: product has lived to all expectations