ASUS Launches Its First Radeon RX 7900 XTX Card Featuring Two Fans

ASUS Launches Its First Radeon RX 7900 XTX Card Featuring Two Fans

It's been over eighteen months since AMD launched its Radeon RX 7900 GPUs. Interestingly, while some companies are scaling back their Radeon GPU ventures, others are seizing the opportunity. ASUS has just unveiled two new Radeon GPUs, which may not seem new at first but are actually their latest offerings.

These new models feature a sleek appearance, with only a two-wing solution. Interestingly, the design is taken from models like the RX 6750 XT DUAL, yet there was no DUAL card in the RX 6800/6900 series. What's even more interesting is that what you're looking at is the first RX 7900 XTX with only two fans, excluding the liquid cooling solution.


Don't forget, the 7900 XT Navi boasts 31 GPUs and 5376 Stream Processors. It packs 20GB of GDDR6 memory and draws power from three 8-pin connectors, demanding a 750W PSU. On the other hand, Navi RX 7900 XTX has Navi 31 XTX GPU with 6144 stream processors, 24GB GDDR6 memory, and also needs 3 connectors, but it is recommended to connect it with 850W power supply.

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In terms of specifications, the 7900 XT DUAL OC operates at a game clock of 2175 MHz and a boost clock of 2535 MHz in OC mode. By default, it comes with clocks set to 2075 MHz and 2450 MHz respectively. The OC settings basically indicate how ASUS boosts the maximum overclocking clock through the software (GPU Tweak 3). As for the 7900 XTX model, it has a game clock of up to 2455 MHz and a boost clock of 2615 MHz.

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The dimensions of both cards are 32.2 x 14.7 x 5.8 cm, standing at 2.95 slots high. They share the same display connectors, offering users one HDMI 2.1 port and three DisplayPort 2.1 connectors. The timing of this release is interesting, and the cool selection only adds to the curiosity. Listings for these new cards are already popping up in Europe at much higher prices, which are hard to mention.

Source: ASUS

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