AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX & 7900 XT Specs, Price, Release Date, & “8K” Gaming

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AMD today announced its new Radeon RX 7900 XT and 7900 XTX GPUs, unfortunately deviating from what was otherwise an incredibly clean announcement to rely on disingenuous marketing claims about “8K” “gaming” on the new RX 7900 XT & XTX GPUs. Other than steamrolling itself with its own misleading claims and statements, AMD did have some actual news to discuss. Primarily, it talked about the specs for the RX 7900 XT and XTX RDNA3 GPUs, and it also announced the 7900 XT & XTX release date as December 13th. The cards will have an MSRP of $1000 for the 7900 XTX and $900 for the 7900 XT.

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00:00 - AMD RX 7900 XT & 7900 XTX Announced
01:38 - Specs of RX 7900 XT & XTX
03:08 - GPU Die & Chiplet Approach
06:05 - Marketing BS Ruining Otherwise Good Announcement
12:33 - TDP, Coolers, & Power
15:03 - FSR3, Smart Access Video, & Hyper-RX

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