In the field of processors, it is widely understood among the community that outside the responsibilities of pre-binned samples, not all processors are created equally. However, the distinction is somewhat smaller in the case of graphics cards, with the majority of designs tending to conform fairly solidly to their specifications. Since a number of Twitter posts were growing, AMD is being accused (by some users at least) of rushing the 7900 XTX to the market with different reports of the GPU providing an even different level of performance.
AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX.
It’s no clear if that’s a problem with the graphics card or the drivers. Despite a growing number of users, they are reporting that based on exactly what game they’re playing and, more accurately, testing it, the AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX (including reference and custom models) seem to produce huge changes in clock speed.
Under the title, 7900XTX runs anywhere from 2.4 to 2.9GHz, all while sitting around or under 1V.
uzzi38 (@uzzi38) December 12, 2022.
Of course this would suggest that it’s likely that the matter is a driver-related issue. And, let’s face it, AMD has a little better reputation than in this area. Alternative, it may be a different kind of strange quirk in VBIOS settings. Even though the huge divergence of speed increases is certainly an interesting talking point, which no matter how far from beginning, the team hasn’t responded.
There’s very odd behavior with the ASUS TUF 7900 XT. In one game it will run 2400 MHz, then 2900 MHz in the next game. All of the stock settings are with similar power draw.
Nadalina (@NadaOverbeeke) December 14, 2022
What do we think?
In order to give us a quick explanation of the differences between the clock and the clock and the standard clock, we didn’t notice any differences when we tried playing games. That’s not something you tend to overly examine for a more important objective; you know the fact that it’s not the real result. This news, however, is still based on this news, which we’ll do at the end of our investigation, and will update as soon as possible.
What does the hell are you saying?