It was previously reported that ASRock, as an AMD graphics card partner, has prepared at least four products for the launch of the Radeon RX 7900 series graphics card. They belong to the Taichi series and the Phantom Gaming series respectively, and both are equipped with a three-fan cooling system and three-slot thickness.
Although it launched the flagship graphics card of the Taichi series for the first time, ASRock seems to have other moves in the high-end product line. According to VideoCardz, ASRock has also prepared the Radeon RX 7900 XTX AQUA, which is likely to be the first RDNA 3 architecture graphics card with water cooling, and will have a higher factory frequency than the public version.
The Radeon RX 7900 XTX AQUA uses the same PCB as the Taichi series, which is a custom design with three 8Pin external power supply interfaces. It is double-slotted in thickness with a fully covered water block module. If you know something about ASRock AQUA series motherboards, this is its high-end exclusive customized product line. The water block module covering the CPU and VRM will be pre-installed. It is matched with a black PCB and a silver-white vest. The quantity is limited and expensive. Generally, only PC enthusiasts and overclocking players will choose it.
In addition, although AMD has released the Ryzen 7000 series processors and AM5 platform for some time, ASRock has not yet launched the X670E Aqua motherboard. The AQUA series motherboard product line of the AMD platform is still stuck in the AM4 era. If there are high-end players who plan to build the latest AQUA series 3A platform, there is still a lack of corresponding products.