Gigabyte Launches their new AMD Radeon 7000 series cards

Gigabyte’s Aorus AMD Radeon 7000 series line-up is here
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AMD’s highly anticipated Radeon 7900X and the 7900XTX launches on December 13, closing the performance gap on competitor cards at a compelling price point.

For the AMD Radeon 7000 series, Gigabyte is launching four cards – The AORUS Radeon RX 7900 XTX ELITE 24G, Radeon RX 7900 XTX GAMING OC 24G, Radeon RX 7900 XTX 24G, Radeon RX 7900 XT GAMING OC 20G and Radeon RX 7900 XT 20G graphics cards.

Featuring AMD’s chiplet design for maximum power efficiency without sacrificing performance, these cards promise to deliver high-framerate 4K and higher resolution gaming in the most demanding titles. The groundbreaking AMD RDNA 3 architecture delivers up to 54% more performance per watt than AMD RDNA 2 architecture.

AMD’s testing shows that the higher AI performance and rearchitected compute units provides up to 1.8X higher raytracing architectural performance in select titles versus AMD RDNA 2 architecture.

The AORUS line is Gigabyte’s flagship gaming line and features their Windforce cooling system which includes three unique blade fans with alternate spinning, a large vapor chamber that connects directly to the GPU, composite copper heat pipes, and 3D active fans and screen cooling to maximize heat dissipation. These cards come with a four-year warranty for extra piece of mind.

The popular Radeon RX 7900 XTX GAMING OC 24G and Radeon RX 7900 XT GAMING OC 20G graphics cards focus on performance and stability. Also using the Windforce cooling system. The WINDFORCE fans utilize graphene nano lubricant, which extends fan life by 2.1 times.

All XTX models feature 6144 stream processors, 24GB of GDDR6 384-bit memory with 96MB of second-generation AMD Infinity Cache technology. Each card supports an HDMI port, two DisplayPort™ 2.1 ports and a USB TYPE-C port. covering all the display output bases. Recommended for optimal performance and stability is a 800W PSU

The 7900X models sport 5376 stream processors and 20GB of GDDR6 320-bit memory with 80MB of second-generation AMD Infinity Cache technology with the same output options. For the energy conscious the recommended PSU is 750W.

Whatever your budget AMD and Gigabyte have you covered. The AMD Radeon 7000 series certainly seems to be a great competitor to what’s currently out there.

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