An expert on the subject of many complaints over the overheating of Radeon RX 7900 XT / XTX video cards, an unremarkable author and overclocker, Roman der8auer Hartung, has conducted an investigation. Yesterday we wrote a detailed report of his findings. According to a study, the video card heats up more quickly and the hot-pot reaches critical values.
Igor Valossek from Igors Lab agrees with him. Aside from his hints, this is a manufacturer of cooling systems. A company representative believes that we are talking about a defective batch of reference Radeon RX 7900 video cards. At least one batch of Radeons with a evaporation chamber where there is little liquid left the assembly line. An indensate bubble is formed in the chamber, and heat is bad.
Igor Valossek points out how to perform a control vacuum, only after a complete operation of the evaporation chamber. Currently he has the camera equipped with a Radeon test test and now everything is fine on them. While the tests weren’t carried out by a vertical position, they could be related to a different batch.
In separate complaints to the technical support, users get a response that said 110 degrees is the normal mode for this product.
A source:Igors lab, no.