AMD recommended that owners overheat Radeon RX 7900 XTX from the above location to contact technical support


The maker recommends contacting technical support about this.

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However, as mentioned earlier, some buyers of the reference versions of the Radeon RX 7900 XTX complained of high noise in their accelerators and overheating. The owners noted a significant difference between the average temperature of the GPU and the temperature at the hottest point. In some cases, this difference is more than 50 degrees Celsius, and at the hottest point is 110 degrees Celsius. Because GPU throttling happens, the chip resets its operating frequencies to reduce the temperature.

We’re aware that certain users encountered unfounded hacking by reference to the radar RX 7900 XTX graphics cards.

According to AMD, temperature for the GPU of the Radeon RX 7900 XTX XTX of 110°C are acceptable. This was reported to one of the buyers of the reference version of the accelerator he spoke about on the Reddit forum in response to the technical support of the manufacturer.

An independent analysis of the situation leads to the suspicion that the overheating of the graphics processor of the specified video card may be due to an insufficient press of the contact pad of the reference cooling system to the surface of the graphics processor. According to Toms Hardware, these accelerators have the best suspicion. It seems to have solved the problem by disassembling the graphics cards and then using the thermal paste and the thermal pads.

AMD is still collecting information on how widespread the overheating situation is in the RX 7900 XTX. As far as this video card can be used, the fact that the problem doesn’t exist on non-reference versions, does PowerColor help in the investigation.

AMD didn’t say when they would come out with a full explanation of the situation and a description of the steps to do that. The company recommends that its owners take advantage of problems with the problem card and take advantage of their technical support. According to Toms Hardware, many were doing just that – contacting a retailer or company where the video card was purchased.

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