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Asus Purportedly Prepping Eight ROG Strix RX 7900 Cards

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Asus might be readying as many as eight ROG Strix graphics cards with AMD’s Radeon RX 7900-series graphics processors onboard if a filing with the Eurasian Economic Commission found by @momomo_us is accurate. This would be a major departure from the company’s tactics to release two or three versions of each ROG Strix board.  As ever with EEC listings, take the news with a pinch of salt. Not every card listed will become a retail unit.

The filing with the EEC lists the following Asus ROG Strix Radeon RX 7900-series SKUs:

  • ROG-STRIX-RX7900XTX-T24G-GAMING
  • ROG-STRIX-RX7900XTX-A24G-GAMING
  • ROG-STRIX-RX7900XTX-O24G-GAMING
  • ROG-STRIX-RX7900XTX-24G-GAMING 
  • ROG-STRIX-RX7900XT-T20G-GAMING
  • ROG-STRIX-RX7900XT-A20G-GAMING
  • ROG-STRIX-RX7900XT-O20G-GAMING
  • ROG-STRIX-RX7900XT-20G-GAMING 

VideoCardz quickly clarified that Asus is prepping Top, OC, Advanced, and vanilla ROG Strix products based on AMD’s latest Navi 31 graphics processor in its XT and XTX versions. As the name suggests, the Top will be the highest-end model, the OC will sit below it, while the Advanced will be slightly better than a vanilla card. All cards will likely join the ranks of the best graphics cards for gaming available in the coming months.

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Typically, Asus would release two ROG Strix graphics cards based on one GPU model: a vanilla model, with an improved cooling system and slightly higher clocks compared to the reference and the OC that boosts GPU frequencies higher. Eventually, Asus would release an LC version with a hybrid all-in-one cooling system, though this did not happen with the GeForce RTX 3090 Ti for some reason. 





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