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Asus Radeon RX7000 cards
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Team Red is back with a plethora of performance boosts, game enhancements and unique features in its latest Radeon RX 7000-series graphics cards and ASUS has partnered with AMD to make some very impressive gaming cards based on this powerful GPU.

Upgrading to an ASUS Radeon RX 7000-powered card will ramp-up your games’ performance and immersion by boosting the eye-candy visuals, resolution, frame rates, responsiveness, latency reduction and even the audio quality by using cutting-edge hardware that’s been future-proofed for even the next generation of games.

What’s so good about AMD Radeon RX 7000-series graphics cards?

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AMD’s new Radeon RX 7000 range provides a range of graphics processors that stretch from budget-friendly options, that suit gamers who don’t need to go beyond Full HD, to super-premium, GPUs that cater to the upper echelon of UHD gamers who want the very best performance and immersive visuals with no compromise.

All cards ship with large amounts of memory to support demanding game requirements, both now and in the future. The lowest-end models contain a generous 8GB of super-fast GDDR6 RAM, while the top-tier cards stretch to 24GB to handle the most demanding requirements of the most demanding games along with future titles that haven’t been released yet.

All are based upon AMD’s RDNA 3 microarchitecture design which features 2nd-Gen ray-tracing, A.I. acceleration plus the AMD ‘Radiance Display Engine’ for pin-point colour accuracy and 12-bit HDR support. There’s also AV1 encoding and decoding hardware to maximise video quality and efficiency when streaming. And there’s more...

AMD’s latest FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR 3) technology uses A.I. to automatically generate graphics and enhance its resolution. It does this by using a combination of super resolution temporal upscaling technology, frame generation utilising AMD Fluid Motion Frames3 (AFMF) technology, and built-in latency reduction technology.

AMD HYPR-RX is a combination of performance-enhancing, driver-side technologies that can dramatically benefit all games, especially those that have been ‘HYPR-Tuned.’ It includes AMD’s Anti-Lag+ technology which aligns the GPU with better-managed CPU workloads to keep performance smoother and reduce workload backlogs and delays.

Meanwhile, Radeon Super Resolution (RSR) technology provides high-quality spatial upscaling in supported games. When combined, this HYPR-RX technology simultaneously boosts performance and removes latency and input lag from your system, with tests demonstrating up to 78 percent faster performance and a 54 percent reduction in latency.

Meet ASUS’ new AMD Radeon RX 7000 graphics cards


Asus 7900XT

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Leading the line is the flagship ASUS TUF-RX7900XTX-O24G-GAMING graphics card. It features the top-tier AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX GPU with its 6,144 stream processors running at 2,565 MHz (up from the 7900 XTX’s stock 1,855MHz) but which can be set to ‘OC mode’ which starts at a whopping 2,615MHz! There’s also a massive 24GB of speedy GDDR6 RAM which runs at 20Gbps across an insanely fast 384-bit memory interface.

But ASUS doesn’t leave it there. This card can be overclocked much further thanks to the automated, ‘Auto-Extreme’ precision-manufactured, durable-and-reliable TUF cooling tech. This includes three, enlarged, dual-ball-bearing ‘Axial-Tech’ fans which run quieter and more reliably than previous iterations while simultaneously increasing airflow by 14 per cent.

On top of this there’s ASUS’ customisable Aura RGB design flourishes which can be synchronised with other ASUS RGB gaming products, plus GPU Tweak III software for performance control and system monitoring. In addition to an HDMI 2.1 port there are three of the latest DisplayPort 2.1 sockets for multi-monitor usage and 8K gaming at 165Hz!


Asus 7900XT 20

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Sitting just below it, is the ASUS TUF-RX7900XT-O20G-GAMING graphics card. Beneath the bonnet, it swaps out the AMD Radeon RX 7900XTX GPU for the less-power-hungry RX 7900XT equivalent which still has 5,376 Stream Processors running at 2,500MHz in default mode (up from 1,500MHz stock) or 2,535MHz in OC mode. Again, there’s heaps of headroom for further overclocking. The GDDR6 RAM is a very generous 20GB.


Asus 7800XT

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Of course, not everyone needs such extreme power – especially if the rest of your PC or gaming monitor can’t make use of it. This is where the AMD Radeon RX 7800XT and RX 7700XT GPUs aim to provide a perfect balance of price and performance that can sate demanding gamers at 1,440p (WQHD) resolutions.

The good news is that the ASUS TUF-RX7800XT-O16G-GAMING has similar cooling technology to its superior siblings (including the Aura RGB flourishes) so, there’s still plenty of headroom for overclocking.

It features 3,840 Stream Processors which operate at 2,520MHz (up from 1,295MHz stock) in standard mode which insta-boosts to 2,565MHz in OC mode. The card also features a sizeable 16GB of GDDR6 RAM which runs at 19.5Gbps across a 256-bit memory interface. It requires a 750W power supply and two, 8-pin connectors.


Asus 7700XT

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The ASUS TUF-RX7700XT-O12G-GAMING graphics card mirrors its RX 7800XT relative in most ways. It shares the same cooling technologies, power requirements and connectors, but swaps-in the more-affordable RX 7700XT GPU and reduces the GDDR6 RAM to a still-generous 12GB that runs at 18Gbps across a 192-bit memory interface.

Again, there’s still a great deal of headroom for overclocking and you can save a pretty penny while preserving the performance when playing the latest and greatest games.


Asus 7600

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For those on a budget, or who don’t need to stray past a Full HD resolution when gaming, there’s ASUS’ DUAL-RX7600-O8G graphics card. It features the AMD Radeon RX 7600 GPU which has 2,048 Stream Processors that run at 2,725MHz (up from 1,720MHz stock) in default mode and 2,745MHz when set to OC mode. There’s also 8GB of GDDR6 RAM which runs at 18Gbps across a 128-bit memory interface.

Cooling includes two, Axial-Tech, dual-ball-bearing fans plus a stainless-steel bracket for enhanced support. It too can run in total silence and, at the rear, it has an HDMI 2.1 port plus three DisplayPort 1.4b sockets to drive multiple monitors. It only requires a 550-Watt PSU and one eight-pin power connector.

Go get yours

So, whatever your gaming requirements, ASUS has you covered with its range of AMD Radeon RX 7000 graphics cards. With the holiday season upon us, drop a few hints to friends and family, or treat yourself to a well-deserved upgrade and hopefully enjoy some time off gaming with it! Find your ASUS Radeon card right here.