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AMD GPU Partner Collects RX 7900 XTX 110C Hotspot User Reports

Nvidia was recently embroiled in the melted 16-pin connector debacle, but things are heating up for AMD right now. According to reports and user feedback, the Radeon RX 7900 XTX gets extremely hot, with hotspots reaching 110 degrees Celsius. As a result, one of AMD’s prominent partners, PowerColor, has issued a call for users to report him. reddit (opens in new tab) As such, the details can be sent to AMD for further investigation.

So far, the 110C hotspot phenomenon has only affected MBA (made by AMD) or reference Radeon RX 7900 series graphics cards, whether purchased directly from AMD or one of the chipmaker’s partners. seems to give There have been no reports of this issue occurring in custom designs, suggesting a potential design flaw in the reference cooler. But don’t rush ahead. Whether or not a junction temperature of 110 degrees Celsius is within the specs of the Radeon RX 7900 series graphics cards is a million dollar question. I contacted AMD to confirm. However, I haven’t heard from the chipmaker yet, probably due to holidays.

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