AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT in review

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Nvidia has had its RTX 4000 series out for a few months now, and AMD has finally released its answer. So we picked up a new RDNA 3 card to give you the Radeon RX 7900 review.

The brand new reference design has made a point of not being like the new RTX 4090 or RTX 4080 in terms of size or price. So it comes down to what it can offer against it.

We look forward to a good performance of the cards. Since AMD has promised a lot of improvements, it should be an excellent alternative to disrupt Nvidia’s hold on the market.

AMD Radeon RX7900XT8

AMD Radeon RX7900 XT

core clock speed

1.5GHz base, 2GHz play, 2.4GHz boost



packaging and design

AMD’s packaging sticks to the basics in its packaging, which is nice. Without all the extra frills and the protective film that just gets thrown away anyway. Because nowadays it is no longer a necessity.

The graphics card sits snuggly in the foil and is difficult to get out. But that keeps it from rattling around there with no extras needed. It also sits slightly at an angle to make coming out a little easier.

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