The availability of AMD’s upcoming Radeon RX 7900 series graphics cards after December 13th is largely synonymous given the unofficial spread of information that AMD or its partners never address. But finally, XFX has something to offer. This is custom designed — Merck 310 (opens in new tab) — Radeon RX 7900 XT and Radeon RX 7900 XTX boards from Amazon ( @momomo_us (opens in new tab)). The listing is no longer available, but both products appear to come with hefty price tags.
The XFX Merc 310 currently has two graphics cards priced at $979 and $1,099. More expensive than AMD’s MSRP. Is it bad? Not exactly, some graphics cards are more expensive, but there is a crowd that buys them.
The XFX card is a custom design of AMD’s Radeon RX 7900 series based on the RDNA 3 architecture. They feature AMD’s Navi 31 graphics processors in XTX and XT configurations and 24GB and 20GB of fast GDDR6 memory respectively. Our Jarred Walton hasn’t tested these graphics cards yet, but something in the air indicates they’re really going to praise some of the best graphics cards available. (well, in two weeks).
Coming from an XFX background, it wasn’t surprising that the company didn’t offer any RDNA 3-based premium graphics cards for reference. On the other hand, at Tom’s Hardware, being a performance PC enthusiast, I’m looking forward to a custom graphics card based on his RDNA 3 flag with a Navi 31 GPU.
we saw report Sapphire, PowerColor and XFX are expected to offer custom high-end Radeon RX 7900 series products on Day 1 (December 13th for RDNA 3 architecture) but these reports are yet to be proven.