The Lowest-Priced AMD 7900 XT Hits $729: Real Deals

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It's the pre-Prime Day sales period as many online stores compete to tempt shoppers before the sales properly begin next week. Amazon's exclusive sales event for Prime members, the Prime Big Deals sale kicks off at midnight on Tuesday, October 10, lasting 48 hours until the end of Wednesday, October 11. But, before that, we are already seeing some deals pop up on some of the best GPUs from AMD.

Our first GPU deal sees the Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 7900 XT on sale for $729 thanks to a promotional offer when you use code TECCXA347 at the checkout over at Newegg. 

Over at Amazon, PowerColor's AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT is on sale for $749. The second of our 7900 XTs comes with 20GBs of VRAM and a boost clock speed of 2400 MHz.

Use code TECXA33 to receive a $20 discount on the PowerColor Hellhound Radeon RX 7900 XTX, making it $889. This is AMD's most powerful GPU offering at the moment and will help you play the latest games at max settings, even on 4K. 

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Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 7900 XT: now $729 at Newegg

Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 7900 XT: now $729 at Newegg (was $749)
With 20GB of VRAM, the 7900XT has plenty of memory for any game, especially if you need to load a lot of textures. This GPU has a core clock of 1500 MHz with the ability to boost to 2450 MHz.

Use code TECCXA347 for a $20 discount.

PowerColor AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT: now $749 at Amazon

PowerColor AMD Radeon RX 7900 XT: now $749 at Amazon (was $819)
This GPU has a core clock of 2000 MHz with the ability to boost to 2400 MHz and comes with 20GB of fast GDDR6 VRAM with a 320-bit memory bus.

PowerColor Hellhound Radeon RX 7900 XTX: now $889 at NeweggTECXA33

PowerColor Hellhound Radeon RX 7900 XTX: now $889 at Newegg (was $909)
The top-tier AMD offering sports 6144 stream processors and has a boost clock of 2525 MHz. As well as being one of the fastest graphics cards the 7900 XTX has a massive 24GBs of GDDR6 VRAM on a 384-bit memory bus - plenty for either gaming, editing, or experimenting with AI.

Use code TECXA33 for a $20 discount.

Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 7900 XTX: now $899 at Newegg

Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 7900 XTX: now $899 at Newegg (was $919)
The pulse variant of the Radeon RX 7900 XTX has a core clock speed of 1855 MHz that can boost to 2525 MHz with its 6144 stream processors.

Use code TECCXA346 for a $20 discount.

Sapphire Nitro+ AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX Vapor-X: now $979 at Amazon

Sapphire Nitro+ AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX Vapor-X: now $979 at Amazon (was $999)
The Nitro+ can boost up to 2680 MHz whilst gaming to offer extreme performance. Don't worry about running out of memory whilst gaming thanks to 24GBs of VRAM.

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  • Alvar "Miles" Udell
    Did TH really give the 7900 XTX 40½ stars?
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  • bit_user
    I wish they'd release 7900 GRE outside of China. It'd be nice to have something between the 7800 XT and 7900 XT.
    Reply
  • BX4096
    Why would anyone buy a 4.5-star XT for $800 if they can buy a 40.5-star XTX for mere $250 more? You'd have to be pretty dumb not to jump on that 800% star increase, if you ask me!
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  • Elusive Ruse
    bit_user said:
    I wish they'd release 7900 GRE outside of China. It'd be nice to have something between the 7800 XT and 7900 XT.
    Hardware Unboxed benchmarked it and IIRC it's pretty much 7800XT for China.
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  • bit_user
    Elusive Ruse said:
    Hardware Unboxed benchmarked it and IIRC it's pretty much 7800XT for China.
    It's weird, though. Why wouldn't they just sell the regular 7800XT in China? It's cheaper.

    After I wrote that, I did take a second look at the specs - and they're pretty weird. From Wikipedia, here are the specs where they differ:

    Model
    (Codename)Launch Date
    PriceTransistors
    Die SizeCore ConfigClock:
    Base
    TurboTexture
    (GT/s)Pixel
    (GP/s)fp32:
    Base
    TurboCache
    B/WMemory
    B/WMemory
    ClockTBPRadeon RX 7800 XT(Navi 32)Sep 6, 2023
    $499 USD28.1×10^9
    346 mm23840:240:96
    60:120:60 CU1800
    2430432
    583.2172.8
    233.227.64
    37.32270862419500263 WRadeon RX 7900 GRE(Navi 31)Jul 27, 2023
    $649 USD57.7×10^9
    529 mm25120:320:192
    80:160:80 CU1270
    2245406.4
    718.4243.8
    431.026.01
    45.98225057618000260 W
    So, it has 33.3% more compute elements, but only memory 92.3% as much memory bandwidth. This gives me the feeling that either some popular games in China are much more compute-bound, or that maybe it's a stealth compute card.

    To the latter point, although the power numbers are about the same, look at how much lower the 7900 GRE's clocks are! If it overclocks well, it could perhaps make good on that compute element ratio.

    Anyway, at stock settings, I think you're right that they probably don't perform differently enough to get too bothered over it. If I waited and scored a good deal on a RX 7800 XT, it could be a much better value.
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  • Elusive Ruse
    bit_user said:
    It's weird, though. Why wouldn't they just sell the regular 7800XT in China? It's cheaper.

    After I wrote that, I did take a second look at the specs - and they're pretty weird. From Wikipedia, here are the specs where they differ:

    Model
    (Codename)Launch Date
    PriceTransistors
    Die SizeCore ConfigClock:
    Base
    TurboTexture
    (GT/s)Pixel
    (GP/s)fp32:
    Base
    TurboCache
    B/WMemory
    B/WMemory
    ClockTBPRadeon RX 7800 XT(Navi 32)Sep 6, 2023
    $499 USD28.1×10^9
    346 mm23840:240:96
    60:120:60 CU1800
    2430432
    583.2172.8
    233.227.64
    37.32270862419500263 WRadeon RX 7900 GRE(Navi 31)Jul 27, 2023
    $649 USD57.7×10^9
    529 mm25120:320:192
    80:160:80 CU1270
    2245406.4
    718.4243.8
    431.026.01
    45.98225057618000260 W
    So, it has 33.3% more compute elements, but only memory 92.3% as much memory bandwidth. This gives me the feeling that either some popular games in China are much more compute-bound, or that maybe it's a stealth compute card.

    To the latter point, although the power numbers are about the same, look at how much lower the 7900 GRE's clocks are! If it overclocks well, it could perhaps make good on that compute element ratio.

    Anyway, at stock settings, I think you're right that they probably don't perform differently enough to get too bothered over it. If I waited and scored a good deal on a RX 7800 XT, it could be a much better value.
    Not sure about the specifics, the Chinese market is weird and I take it AMD knows better than I do. It could be just their way of making them feel special?
    And although it is not my place to tell you what to buy, if you were willing to go as high as paying for the 7900 GRE why not see if you can get a good deal on Black Friday for a 7900 XT?
    Reply