ASUS reveals the clock speeds of their RX 7900 XT/XTX TUF Gaming series GPUs

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ASUS reveals the clock speeds of their RX 7900 XT/XTX TUF Gaming series GPUs

ASUS reveals the clock speeds of their Radeon RX 7900 XT and RX 7900 XTX TUF Gaming GPUs  

ASUS has now revealed more information about their upcoming Radeon RX 7900 XT and RX 7900 XTX TUF Gaming graphics cards, confirming the clock speeds of their planned OC models, and size of their GPU;s heatsink. 

For their RX 7900 XT/XTX TUF Gaming Graphics cards, ASUS are offering users three 8-pin power connectors instead of the two 8-pins that AMD's reference design features. This change should give ASUS' TUF Gaming models access to more power for overclocking, and their graphics card's huge 3.63-slot heatsinks should be able to handle a large thermal load. ASUS has stated that their RX 7900 series TUF Gaming GPUs are 352.9 x 158.2 x 72.6 mm, which is much larger than AMD's reference design. 

ASUS' RX 7900 XT and RX 7900 XXTX TUF Gaming GPUs feature default clock speeds out of the box and enhanced "OC mode" clock speeds that can be unlocked using ASUS' GPU Tweak software. We have included both of these clock speeds in the table below. With OC mode enabled, the Game Clock of AMD's RX 7900 XT and RX 7900 XTX TUF Gaming models are 175MHz and 155MHz higher than AMD's reference models respectively. These clock speed increases represent increases of 8.7% and 6.7% respectively.

 

 

AMD Radeon
RX 7900 XTX

AMD Radeon
RX 7900 XT
ASUS TUF Gaming
RX 7900 XTX OC
ASUS TUF Gaming
RX 7900 XT OC
AMD Radeon
RX 6900 XT
ArchitectureRDNA 3RDNA 3RDNA 3RDNA 3RDNA 2
CPU SiliconNavi 31Navi 31Navi 31Navi 31Navi 21
CU Count9684968480
Stream Processors61445376614453765120
Game Clock (Default)2300 MHz2000 MHz2395 MHz2130 MHz2015 MHz
Game Clock (OC Mode)--2455 MHz2175 MHz-
Boost Clock (Default)2500 MHz2400 MHz2565 MHz2500 MHz2250 MHz
Boost Clock (OC Mode)--2615 MHz2535 MHz-
Peak Single Precision Compute61 TFLOPS52 TFLOPS--23.04 TFLOPS
GPU Memory (GDDR6)24 GB20 GB 24GB20 GB16 GB
Memory Speed20 Gbps20 Gbps20 Gbps20 Gbps16 Gbps
Memory Bus Size384-bit320-bit384-bit320-bit256-bit
Memory Bandwidth960 GB/s800 GB/s960 Gbps800 GB/s512 GB/s
Infinity Cache Size96 MB80 MB96 MB80 MB128 MB

ASUS reveals the clock speeds of their RX 7900 XT/XTX TUF Gaming series GPUs

In time, we expect ASUS to reveal ROG Strix RX 7900 XT and RX 7900 XTX graphics card that will offer gamers higher factory overclocks than these TUF Gaming models. At this time, we can only guess at the performance gains of ASUS' planned ROG Strix models, though factory overclocks of 10% or higher seem likely.  

You can join the discussion on ASUS' RX 7900 XT and RX 7900 XTX TUF Gaming GPUs on the OC3D Forums.

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05-12-2022, 14:44:13

AngryGoldfish
Everyone is still reeling that the clock speeds are not 3Ghz as the leakers kept insisting over the last year.Quote

05-12-2022, 18:25:04

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
Everyone is still reeling that the clock speeds are not 3Ghz as the leakers kept insisting over the last year.
With the clock bump 3ghz should be easy on three 8 pin. It will eat power, though.

The fact that they seem conservative is great news, because it also means AMD have not pushed them to buggery to compete with what they already know exists (Ada).Quote

05-12-2022, 19:30:57

66racer
So much for AMD's comment about these cards fitting your case. Seems like Asus is using the same coolers from their Nvidia Ada cards. Good for those with space, not for those looking for smaller builds.Quote

05-12-2022, 19:57:34

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by 66racer View Post
So much for AMD's comment about these cards fitting your case. Seems like Asus is using the same coolers from their Nvidia Ada cards. Good for those with space, not for those looking for smaller builds.
The TUF is never as big as the Strix, and I have my Strix in a Q58 which is tiny.

https://i.imgur.com/zLPDMsZ.jpg

Any smaller? you would probably have 99 problems but size would not be one.Quote
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