If you are followers of the products of this brand you can see in the images below that visually this graphics card is similar to the previous ROG Strix LC RX 6900 XT O16G that the company launched on the market in December, but of course it incorporates a series of updates that make it even better, and with that, we can expect significantly better performance.
The fastest RX 6900 XT of the moment is from Asus
The most notable update Asus has made to this graph is the use of the new silicon «Navi 21 XTXH“The largest and most powerful chip available to AMD at the moment under the RDNA2 graphics architecture that enables clock speeds of just under 10% higher compared to the standard RX 6900 XT. Asus has of course adjusted this speed boost even further, with a maximum frequency in this case reaching an incredible 2,525 MHz (compared to the 2,365 MHz of the original (O16G).
The game mode clock has also been increased to 2,375 MHz (compared to 2,135 MHz in the previous version), so that the game mode clock in this graph is above the clock speed of the mode. maximum of the previous version … this is the «magic» of the XTXH chips.
For the rest, Asus does not seem to have incorporated any change in the visual aspect, so we are facing a graphic with a wide double PCI socket and a blower type heatsink that in this case is only for cool VRMs, since it in turn incorporates a water block for GPU and memory chips surrounding that is linked to an all-in-one liquid cooling system with a 240mm long radiator (tank separate), cooled by two 120mm fans with configurable RGB lighting.
Of course, this top-of-the-range RX 6900 XT from Asus also has a backplate that passively cools the back of the PCB, and we are, as you can see, before a graphics card with a hybrid cooling system that combines air cooling with an AIO liquid cooling system, something necessary because as you will already suppose, this graph is it gets quite hot when running at such extremely high clock speeds.
Finally, it is worth mentioning that for this graph to work you will need to connect it in total three 8-pin PCI-Express connectors from the power supply, since in addition to servicing the graphics itself, the liquid cooling system must also be powered. By the way, Asus has not revealed the price of this new monstrosity, but we can expect it to cost around 2,000 euros easily.