AMD accused of treating consumers as ‘guinea pigs’ by shipping incomplete RX 7900 GPUs

Maybe it was too good to be true. We were seriously impressed when we reviewed AMD’s new flagship GPU, the Radeon RX 7900 XTX, but new reports suggest that all is not well with the newly released graphics card.

The first sign that something was wrong came from the Twitter user. @uzzi38 (opens in new tab)noted that depending on the program used, power issues are causing strange differences in clock speeds of the RX 7900 XTX. As discussed in the Twitter thread below @uzzi38’s post, the operating frequency of the card ranged from 1,594 MHz to 2,994 MHz in various tests performed by. TechPowerUp (opens in new tab)while the voltage stays below 1V for almost the whole process.

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