BIOSTAR has announced the launch of two brand-new Radeon RX 7900 series graphics cards. Powered by the groundbreaking AMD RDNA 3 architecture, BIOSTAR’s latest Radeon RX 7900XTX-24GB and RX 7900XT-20GB graphics cards deliver up to 50% more performance per watt than their previous generation RDNA 2 GPU units.
Featuring AMD is superior RDNA 3 architecture and the world is fastest interconnect technology, the all-new BIOSTAR Radeon RX 7900XTX and RX 7900XT graphics cards combine 5 nm and 6 nm process nodes with updated chiplets that leverage AMD is Infinity Links and high-performance fanout packaging to deliver blazingly fast 5.3 TB/s bandwidth.
Biostar Radeon RX 7900 Series Graphics Cards
Unleash jaw-droppingly high frame-rates on AAA game titles with breathtaking 4K visuals powered by AMD is most advanced graphics technology with BIOSTAR is Radeon RX 7900XTX and RX 7900XT graphics cards. Ideal for gamers and content creators, they carry AMD is second-generation Infinity Cache technology and high-speed GDDR6 memory with up to a 384-bit memory interface.
Furthermore, it also includes AMD is dedicated AI acceleration technology that delivers up to 2.7X higher performance. Second-generation ray tracing technology provides up to 1.8X higher ray tracing performance than AMD RDNA 2 architecture. BIOSTAR Radeon RX 7900 series graphics cards are designed to support DisplayPort 2.1 displays, delivering ultra-high framerates and stunning visuals up to 4K 480 Hz and 8K 165 Hz.
Where Can I Learn More?
At the time of writing BIOSTAR has yet to confirm when these models should be hitting retailers nor how much we should expect them to cost when they do. And yes, getting one elephant out of the room, they haven’t exactly pushed the boat out aesthetically, albeit, that likely means these GPUs will come pretty close, if not matching, to the official AMD MSRP.
If you would, therefore, like to learn more about this and other BIOSTAR products, you can check out their official website via the link here!
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