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RX 7900 XTX is AMD’s solution to the GPU temperature problems that have been plaguing the company


The business has taken action in response to the growing number of reports of overheating coming from owners of AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX graphics cards. In the beginning, responses to complaints consisted of a straightforward assertion that temperatures of 110 degrees Celsius were acceptable and should not be seen as a cause for alarm.

Because of this, people’s requests to return their AMD RX 7900 XTX reference graphics cards were turned down. Although reaching 110 degrees Celsius could be considered acceptable, the unexpected behaviour of thermal throttling should be avoided. Anyone who is now dealing with throttling is being urged by AMD to get in touch with the company’s customer care for assistance. The latest GPU from AMD has experienced issues in the past, so let’s keep our fingers crossed that this one is resolved swiftly.

You may be experiencing thermal throttling on your AMD RX 7900 XTX graphics card if you observe a sudden dip in performance in conjunction with the fans operating at full speed. Launch performance monitoring software like AMD Adrenalin so you can check what’s going on. Examine the temperature’s relationship to the performance of the visuals. When the temperature of the graphics processing unit (GPU) reaches 110 degrees Celsius and there is an abrupt slowdown in its performance, this is an indication that the card is throttling itself to maintain temperatures that are safe.

The AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX is a more powerful graphics card than its predecessor, the RX 7900 XT. It has more compute cores, which are used for ray tracing and artificial intelligence, as well as more memory, and its memory bus is wider. All of this contributes to increased demands on the power supply. The RX 7900 XTX consumes up to 355W of power, which is 40W more than its sibling model with a lower price point. If throttling turns out to be a prevalent problem, it suggests that AMD may have pushed the limits of their technology a little too far this time. In general, more is better when it comes to graphics cards.