The world’s fastest GPU, the AMD RX 6900 XT, just got faster

After spills from the previous few days, AMD has authoritatively dispatched the RX 6900 XT Liquid Edition. 


The world’s fastest GPU, the AMD RX 6900 XT, just got faster
the AMD RX 6900 XT


As the name suggests, this is an RX 6900 XT with an underlying fluid cooler, however additional cooling isn't all the card has to bring to the table. Over the base RX 6900 XT, the Liquid Edition likewise includes higher clock speeds, more load-up power, and quicker memory. 


The additional chilling shows the scope of the Navi 21 XTX GPU. Recently, the RX 6900 XT set worldwide bests for GPU speed with intricate fluid nitrogen cooling arrangements. Despite the fact that you will not have the option to push the Liquid Edition to the furthest extent that you could an RX 6900 XT with fluid nitrogen cooling, the expansion of a fluid cooling circle opens up more reach for the all-around incredible card. 


Going with the lift in clock speed is 330W of TBP (all-out load up power), which is 30W higher than the RX 6900 XT. With the additional cooling headroom, AMD can convey more capacity to the load up, which clarifies the higher clock speeds. 


Albeit the card includes the very 16GB of GDDR6 memory that you can discover on RX 6900 XT through the RX 6800, it's quicker on the Liquid Edition. The new card has a memory speed of 18Gbps, which is up from the 16Gbps that the RX 6900 XT has. Like the base card, the Liquid Edition has a 256-digit memory transport and double eight-pin power connectors. Without fans, however, the Liquid Edition is marginally more modest — it just involves two openings rather than over two. 


Cooling the card is a solitary Radeon-marked 120mm fan on a 120mm radiator. The card keeps with the plain language of the remainder of the RDNA 2 territory with a silver and dark tasteful with red accents. 


The RX 6900 XT Liquid Edition is accessible now through framework integrators like MainGear and iBuyPower. It's anything but accessible as an included card for PC manufacturers at this moment, and AMD hasn't reported in the event that it will deliver the card independently. On MainGear's configurator, the Liquid Edition is $825 more than the base RX 6900 XT, proposing an MSRP of around $2,300 if the card at any point delivers independently. 


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