ASUS prepares new RX 7800 XT & 7700 XT graphics cards
Previously, ASUS unveiled its new TUF Gaming series of Radeon RX 7800/7700 XT graphics cards, available in both a sophisticated black and a pristine white hue. Both models, although distinct in specifications, are ingeniously crafted upon the RDNA 3 architecture’s Navi 32 GPU. They embrace congruent cooling technology, thereby introducing minimal modifications and, to a certain extent, optimizing production costs.
Recently, ASUS has filed new documents with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), detailing an array of Radeon RX 7800/7700 XT graphics cards. These span across four series, comprising a staggering 64 models, each offering the dichotomy of black and white aesthetics. In addition to the previously introduced TUF Gaming series, the lineup includes the ROG STRIX, Dual, and ProArt series.
In contrast to NVIDIA’s GeForce graphics cards, ASUS’s repertoire for Radeon typically features fewer models. It’s somewhat rare for ASUS to offer such a plethora of models for a singular AMD GPU, which intriguingly hints at their aspirations. Their simultaneous registration of an abundant number of models might be a strategic foresight, paving the way for potential future iterations. Consequently, certain models may never manifest on the commercial market.
It’s noteworthy that ASUS’s erstwhile ProArt series exclusively offered products in black. The introduction of a white variant might kindle anticipation among certain enthusiasts.
The Radeon RX 7800 XT, equipped with Navi 32, boasts 60 CUs, translating to 3,840 stream processors. It flaunts an Infinity Cache of 64MB, complemented by a robust 16GB GDDR6 memory, a memory bandwidth of 256-bit, and a memory speed of 19.5 Gbps. The Radeon RX 7700 XT, a trimmed variant of the Navi 32, will feature 54 CUs, amounting to 3,456 stream processors. The Infinity Cache is slightly reduced to 48MB, with a memory of 12GB, a bandwidth of 192-bit, and a speed reduced to 18 Gbps. Consistent with the preceding Radeon RX 7000 series, these models will be outfitted with a DP 2.1 interface.