This month AMD released its latest group of high end graphics cards, AMD RX 7900XT and RX 7900XTX. These 2 cards come with 20GB and 24GB VRAM respectively and come in to direct competition with NVIDIA's RTX 4080 and RTX 4090. AMD's approach aims as always to offer a better price per performance ratio and this time around to also promote its "One size fits all" slogan responding to NVIDIA's new generation of graphics that are much bigger than their predecessor and measure around 34-36cm in length occupy 3 slots in width, making it very challenging to fit in most traditional mATX and mid size tower cases.

        AMD's RX 7900XTX comes with an MSRP of $999 and RX 7900XT of $899 offering a great discount when compared to NVIDIA's RTX 4080 $1199 and RTX 4090's $1699. From various gaming and rendering tests we concluded that AMD RX 7900XTX mimics mostly the performance of an NVIDIA RTX 4080 rather than an NVIDIA RTX 4090; but yet again, AMD's plan was not to go head to head with RTX 4090 but rather offer challenging options in the $900-1000$ MSRP category.