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ASRock Radeon RX 7900 XTX AQUA Liquid Cooled Graphics Card Pictured

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Here's the first picture of the ASRock Radeon RX 7900 XTX AQUA, marking the debut of the company's top-of-the-line AQUA brand to its graphics card lineup. The ASRock AQUA line of motherboards come with liquid monoblocks that let you cool the processor, chipset, and CPU VRM using your own DIY liquid-cooling loop. The Radeon RX 7900 XTX comes with a factory-fitted full-coverage water block. The OEM of this block is unknown (could be either CoolIT or Bitspower). The block features a nickel-plated copper primary material, with an acrylic top and vinyl film for the brushed-aluminium look. The top is studded with addressable RGB LEDs. The block sits on top of ASRock's most premium custom-design PCB for the RX 7900 XTX, which pulls power from three 8-pin PCIe power connectors.



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Asrock really improving in their graphics card department. They currently got the best price to performance graphics card in the rx 6000 series
 
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Wonder how it compares to the Powercolor Liquid Devil in both performance and price? Although based on the pricing of other AQUA series products, it definitely isn't going to be on the cheaper/affordable side, even for premium watercooling products.
 
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Weird design choice for the backplate. I've never seen a bracket implemented externally like that.
 
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Looks like a bitspower block based on that terminal. Also sort of weird they decided to not cover 100% of the board like how the DP connectors are exposed (meaning they may have used a “cheaper” block or older design ) I know this is purely aesthetic but damn this bad boy will be carrying a large premium
 
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Put this on a list of future reviews please. Having recently installed a Byski block on my XFX 6900XT (and having to source further thermal pads to have it perform properly), I'm wondering how a custom build compares with an off the shelf product.
 
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having to source further thermal pads to have it perform properly.

I had that fear when watercooling my 6800 so I bought the Corsair block , they pre-applied every thermal pad and paste on the block.
 
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Wonder how it compares to the Powercolor Liquid Devil in both performance and price? Although based on the pricing of other AQUA series products, it definitely isn't going to be on the cheaper/affordable side, even for premium watercooling products.

I had a Liquid Devil and I loved it, it's a fantastic card, well designed and they use EK for their stuff, so you know it's going to be good.
 
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I had a Liquid Devil and I loved it, it's a fantastic card, well designed and they use EK for their stuff, so you know it's going to be good.
Yeah, I have the 6800XT Liquid Devil right now. Not a bad card but to open up the card for a proper deep clean, you have to peel off the black aluminium aesthetic cover and that's basically a one-way process (the cover is a thin sheet that just bends and deforms too much when peeling it off).
 
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It's quite lovely, but I do wish that the waterblock aesthetically covered the card near-fully, going right up to the PCI slot grille and covered the 8-pin power slots, much like how the Liquid Devil does.
 
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So, it's a whole grand (Australian) more than the stock 7900XTX. $2,730 as against $1,750. Ridiculous.
 
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