PowerColor reveals their Radeon RX 7800 XT Sakura Edition GPU

PowerColor launches their AMD Radeon RX 7800 XT Hellhound Sakura Edition GPU

Today, PowerColor has expanded their RDNA 3 GPU lineup with a new Radeon RX 7800 XT series model called the Hellhound Sakura Edition. This GPU is the same as the AMD Radeon RX 7800 XT Hellhound that we reviewed last year, but with a new aesthetic. Now, this GPU features “Pink Blossom” embellishments that looks great with this GPU’s white PCB, heatsink, IO cover, and heatsink shroud.

Unlike other Hellhound models, this new Sakura Edition GPU does not feature blue LED fans. PowerColor’s new RX 7800 XT model features pink LED fans, though like other Hellhound GPUs, there is an option to make this fan’s LEDs glow white, and the option to turn off these LEDs entirely.

Out of the box, this GPU features a notable overclock when compared to AMD’s reference RX 7800 XT specifications. This GPU’s “Game Clock” has been boosted by 89 MHz, and its game clock has been increased by 90 MHz. Memory clock speeds remain the same as AMD’s reference model, running at 19.5 Gbps speeds.

PowerColor’s new Sakura Edition GPU will ship in two forms. First there is the GPU’s “Limited Edition” version, which ships with unique packaging and an included GPU support. There is also a standard Sakura Edition model that will be available in larger quantities.

Like all Radeon RX 7000 series GPUs, this new RX 7800 XT GPU is based on AMD’s RDNA 3 architecture. This model also features 16GB of GDDR6 memory, AV1 encoding and decoding support. This graphics card also supports AMD-only features like AMD Fluid Motion Frames, Radeon Anti-Lag, and Radeon Boost.

In recent months, Seasonic has also released their own Sakura Edition product. This product is their Japan-only VERTEX SAKURA Special Edition 1000W PSU.

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