Thursday, April 22nd 2021

Sapphire Launches Radeon RX 6900 XT TOXIC Extreme Edition, Based on XTXH Silicon

SAPPHIRE Technology announces the incoming TOXIC AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Extreme Edition Graphics Card with unparalleled performance and an enriched AIO cooling solution to expand the DIY Enthusiast SAPPHIRE TOXIC lineup. Built and engineered for the die-hard gaming fanatic, the TOXIC AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Extreme Edition is the fundamental piece of hardware to hit the apex spot in gaming performance.

One Click TOXIC BOOST to reach peak ultimate performance! Using the SAPPHIRE TriXX Software, simply enable the TOXIC BOOST feature for the TOXIC AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Extreme Edition to reach a TOXIC BOOST Clock of up to 2730 MHz and a TOXIC BOOST Game Clock of up to 2500 MHz with 5120 stream processors. Built with 4 output ports including 1x HDMI 2.1 VRR and FRL and 3x DisplayPort 1.4 with DSC outputs to support your choice of display monitor and equipped with 80 Ray Accelerators to support raytracing in games.
Innovative TOXIC AIO Cooling Solution
The TOXIC AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Extreme Edition Graphics Card is engineered with the remarkable TOXIC AIO Cooling Solution. To cool the GPU, the pump and heat spreader of the liquid cooling system on the TOXIC AIO cooler effectively removes heat from the GPU to the 360 mm radiator for heat exchange. The hot liquid is cooled in the radiator by three large 120 mm fans and pushed back to the pump and heat spreader. This continuous circulation through a customized die-cast heatsink with two heatpipes keeps the GPU temperature lower than 85°C and noise levels below 36 dBA. The hybrid fans blow the heat transferred by the die cast heatsink with heatpipes away from the Memory and VRM Components.

SAPPHIRE's Legendary Quality of Life Components
All SAPPHIRE products are recognized for longstanding and great quality components and the SAPPHIRE TOXIC AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Extreme Edition Graphics Card is no exception. Dual Ball Bearing Fans are used in conjunction with the new Hybrid Fan Blade design implemented on the VRM and Memory cooling module to promote a maximized fan lifespan with lower noise levels and strong air-cooling. The Intelligent Fan Control feature and Precision Fan Control feature team up to ensure topnotch cooling and quietness.

The SAPPHIRE TOXIC AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Extreme Edition is built with the Dual BIOS feature to customize your gaming experience between performance mode and silent mode. Gamers can use the TriXX Software BIOS Switch to adjust the BIOS within our TriXX software to easily switch between either mode without requiring manual adjustment.

An ARGB Dream PC Customization
The SAPPHIRE TOXIC AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Extreme Edition Graphics Card provides ample opportunity for customization through an ARGB LED shroud, ARGB logo and ARGB backplate, while the GPU and AIO cooler are equipped with ARGB fans. Choose from a multitude of different ARGB lighting modes through SAPPHIRE TriXX Software for a personalized PC look. External synchronization of RGB LEDs between the graphics card and the motherboard can be enabled through the 3-pin header in the tail of the SAPPHIRE TOXIC AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Extreme Edition.

TriXX Boost
Gain game frames by using TriXX Boost with the SAPPHIRE TOXIC AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Extreme Edition Graphics Card. The TriXX Boost feature increases FPS by slightly decreasing resolution through the TriXX software, which is adjusted through Radeon Image Sharpening for an incredible advantage. Adjust resolution through a customizable scale or from additional custom resolutions based on user input for a much more fine-grained control over the quality vs. performance tradeoff.

Availability
The SAPPHIRE TOXIC AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT Extreme Edition Graphics Cards are shipping now, and will be available from selected SAPPHIRE e-tailers and retailers worldwide.
For more information, visit the product page.
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20 Comments on Sapphire Launches Radeon RX 6900 XT TOXIC Extreme Edition, Based on XTXH Silicon

#1
X71200
I'd have given it a 38mm thick 240 rad rather than a 25mm 360, chassis space savings in case you're running an another 360 AIO, not digging the grill also. Looks like a sick card otherwise though.
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#2
1d10t
Kinda hope ATOMIC make another blast from the past. But this actually alot better than Asus's.
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#3
RedelZaVedno
Advertised as "2.73 GHz Clock Out of Box & 430 Watt Power Consumption"



Sapphires official power consumption of Toxic is a PSU wreaking marketing fairy tail. 6900XT clocked at 2350 MHz has 20ms power spikes above 600W.
This GPU will blow past 700W mark. You better have golden or platinum 1200W PSU for this power hungry monster if you wanna have stable system.
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#4
kapone32
What is interesting to me about these designs is if they are better than a traditional loop with no fan cooling the PCB. If only you could actually get one of these cards.
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#5
X71200
If you're talking about custom loops, there you're literally putting a "full cover" on the PCB so you're mostly water cooling the hot parts better than this approach.
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#6
nguyen
dang there are people crazy enough to spend 2500usd on basically an unlocked 6900XT, AMD must be making serious dough right now.
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#7
jesdals
Well I like that the board only is 270mm long, but using this and not haveing a AIO for the CPU? If using both we are talking som serious large towers... In Denmark this will cost 19.999 kr. compared with 8.700 kr. for the reference card at launch - these prices though
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#8
Night
jesdalsWell I like that the board only is 270mm long, but using this and not haveing a AIO for the CPU? If using both we are talking som serious large towers... In Denmark this will cost 19.999 kr. compared with 8.700 kr. for the reference card at launch - these prices though
Something like Fractal Design Meshify 2 could fit it without any problems, and it's still labeled as midi size. 360mm on the top, and anything up to 360mm to the front for the CPU, still enough clearance for the GPU.
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#9
jesdals
NightSomething like Fractal Design Meshify 2 could fit it without any problems, and it's still labeled as midi size. 360mm on the top, and anything up to 360mm to the front for the CPU, still enough clearance for the GPU.
I know but thats still way bigger than my Meshify setup - and Yes I am pissed that I didnt wait for it... :D
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#10
1d10t
nguyendang there are people crazy enough to spend 2500usd on basically an unlocked 6900XT, AMD must be making serious dough right now.
Fanboy exist on both sides, it's doesn't matter Ferrari charge more even though it's produce less horsepower than Lamborghini.
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#11
X71200
1d10tFanboy exist on both sides, it's doesn't matter Ferrari charge more even though it's produce less horsepower than Lamborghini.
I'd take a GTC4 Lusso, FF or any of the shooting brake designs over a Lambo lol, Lambos are awful everyday cars. They have lots of blind spots and whatnot. The modern Ferraris actually make decent everyday cars with the back wagon design.

Back on topic, AMD has already made a fair amount of money over the CPUs. Cards like this are more of niche items and exist in both camps.
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#13
Lindatje
RedelZaVednoAdvertised as "2.73 GHz Clock Out of Box & 430 Watt Power Consumption"



Sapphires official power consumption of Toxic is a PSU wreaking marketing fairy tail. 6900XT clocked at 2350 MHz has 20ms power spikes above 600W.
This GPU will blow past 700W mark. You better have golden or platinum 1200W PSU for this power hungry monster if you wanna have stable system.
Not true, the 6900XT does not peak above 600watt. We have tested 4 6900XT`s here and they are not coming above the 350watt at max, mostly around the 300/315watts, so maybe there is something wrong with the review. I also don`t see it in any other review out on the web.
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#14
JAB Creations
LindatjeNot true, the 6900XT does not peak above 600watt. We have tested 4 6900XT`s here and they are not coming above the 350watt at max, mostly around the 300/315watts, so maybe there is something wrong with the review. I also don`t see it in any other review out on the web.
I think that person is confusing the total system power usage versus the part's individual power usage.
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#15
ZoneDymo
RedelZaVednoAdvertised as "2.73 GHz Clock Out of Box & 430 Watt Power Consumption"



Sapphires official power consumption of Toxic is a PSU wreaking marketing fairy tail. 6900XT clocked at 2350 MHz has 20ms power spikes above 600W.
This GPU will blow past 700W mark. You better have golden or platinum 1200W PSU for this power hungry monster if you wanna have stable system.
I mean...it is correct, sustained gaming power consumption will be about 430 watt.
Spikes are not mentioned there, do they make any recommendation for less then 600 watt PSU's?

EDIT:
cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/264918643278610432/835139439869165608/unknown.png

nope, it says it right there so not sure what the problem is.
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#16
1d10t
X71200I'd take a GTC4 Lusso, FF or any of the shooting brake designs over a Lambo lol, Lambos are awful everyday cars. They have lots of blind spots and whatnot. The modern Ferraris actually make decent everyday cars with the back wagon design.

Back on topic, AMD has already made a fair amount of money over the CPUs. Cards like this are more of niche items and exist in both camps.
My teenage dream and until this day, it's still the Ferrari F40. But I prefer bikes, duchess especially :D
If Sapphire launched this product roughly $ 2500, with that 360mm I'm sold.
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#17
ratirt
Been thinking about the toxic version. It does look really nice and I dig it. It's just I already have 6900 so I'm guessing I will skip swapping it with something else. If I were to pick a card from all released in the market, I'd go with the Toxic for sure.
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#18
Gundem
Never use flames to market a GPU, even if it's water-cooled. :p
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#19
W1zzard
LindatjeNot true, the 6900XT does not peak above 600watt. We have tested 4 6900XT`s here and they are not coming above the 350watt at max, mostly around the 300/315watts, so maybe there is something wrong with the review. I also don`t see it in any other review out on the web.
Measure at higher sampling rate, pcat isnt fast enough. Or buy a 600 w psu and watch the spikes shut it off
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#20
terroralpha
1d10tKinda hope ATOMIC make another blast from the past. But this actually alot better than Asus's.
All 6900xt, including the reference card. All use the same voltage controllers, same power stages. Same everything. Only difference is that some cards will use 14 power stages for the VRM instead of the reference 13. But it doesn’t do anything as the reference card is already an absolute overkill.

this is called clubbing baby seals. Charging an extra $1000 for literally nothing.
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