RX 7900 XTX Phoenix Nirvana officially launched!


At the end of April, a new high-end graphics card was unveiled… from XFX. The card in question goes by the name of RX 7900 XTX Phoenix Nirvana, a model that has established itself as the brand’s spearhead. This time, the card has been announced, and we know what it looks like.

XFX RX 7900 XTX Phoenix Nirvana: the board unveiled!

XFX RX 7900 XTX Phoenix NirvanaIt’s a beautiful baby, 34.6 cm long and 4 slots thick. It’s an even bigger card than the already imposing MERC 310.

The heatsink, with its 216 aluminum fins (62,586 mm² heat-exchange surface), is a highly sophisticated piece of work. There’s also a steam chamber and a total of 6 copper heat pipes. Heat exchange between the GPU and the cooling system is ensured by a Honeywell PTM7950 phase-change thermal pad rated at 15,000 W/mK. Finally, cooling is provided by three 10 cm-diameter fans rotating at 3200 rpm, generating an airflow of 70.06 CFM and a static pressure of 4.88 mmH2O.

In terms of frequencies, we learn that the GPU is factory overclocked. At the same time, given the resources deployed, the opposite would have been surprising. In fact, the GPU is boosted to 2615 MHz, whereas a reference card operates at 2500 MHz.

Price: 7,899 yuan (approx. €1,017), with a dedicated jd.com page.