It’s a busy day for us at the end of the NDA, with no less than four tests of the new AMD cards, the RX 7700 XT and RX 7800 XT, which we presented a few days ago. We’ll be reviewing AMD’s reference model, the RX 7800 XT, as well as the TUF Gaming RX 7700 XT OC, TUF Gaming RX 7800 XT OC and Powercolor’s Red Devil RX 7800 XT. We continue today’s tests with Powercolor’s Red Devil RX 7800 XT graphics card.
This card is aimed at the mid-range 1440p 60 FPS segment, and comes with a price tag that we unfortunately still don’t know 30 minutes before publication of this article. As a reminder, the MSRP announced by AMD is $499 for the reference card. Powercolor’s Red Devil RX 7800 XT is positioned as a direct competitor to the NVIDIA RTX 4070. We’ll find out for sure in our test.
We’ve taken advantage of this article to redo all our tests with the latest drivers available from NVIDIA, AMD and Intel. As you can see from our test protocol, all our graphics have just been updated!
Special thanks to Powercolor for making this Red Devil RX 7800 XT available.