AMD Radeon VII 7nm Graphics Card Review

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The model we got is a media review kit, so admittedly, it looks a bit more swag than what consumers gets. That being said, most consumers will likely buy a branded one from Gigabyte, ASUS, etc, but while the box changes, the GPU its self remains identical.

AMD Radeon VII 7nm Graphics Card Review box

Opening it up, we see lots of padding, with the GPU at the top, and a rather heavy stand at the bottom for display purposes. Retail cards will not come with this stand. There’s a little hole for some AAA batteries, but it’s empty.

AMD Radeon VII 7nm Graphics Card Review packaging

The batteries go in the bottom of the stand here.

AMD Radeon VII 7nm Graphics Card Review stand

Unfortunately, the last person to test the thing knicked the batteries, doh! Fortunately, I had some spare though, so we didn’t have to cancel the whole review haha.

AMD Radeon VII 7nm Graphics Card Review stand

The powered base features a small RGB light that looks pretty cool, although it’s not overly bright. However, I love that AMD had done something just a little different here, as they often do with their big review kits actually.

AMD Radeon VII 7nm Graphics Card Review stand

What’s really cool is that there is a dummy chip in the base. Here we can see the design of their new 7nm chip that is featured in this GPU. It doesn’t tell you much about it, but it’s a lovely bit of tech porn for sure.

AMD Radeon VII 7nm Graphics Card Review chipset
AMD Radeon VII 7nm Graphics Card Review stand

Obviously, the GPU will sit nicely on the top of it. So, let’s do just that!

AMD Radeon VII 7nm Graphics Card Review stand

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3 Responses to “AMD Radeon VII 7nm Graphics Card Review”
  1. ET3D says:

    Nice review. Was good to see a Radeon VII review not right after launch, and looks like some of the issues have been ironed out.

  2. Adrian Wujtowicz says:

    I’ve got the card running at 1950Mhz 1150 HBM2 and its so much better than my previous Vega 64 Nitro 1650Mhz 🙂

  3. Tarrasik says:

    Great review, and it’s good you waited a while to do it. The Radeon VII has been getting better by leaps and bounds as they improve the drivers and bios.

    I set all my games at 1440p high settings, 60FPS using wattman. It’s dead silent. The fans run at 950rpm and temps rarely get over 50C. Wattman typically reports card power at 20 to 30 watts. I don’t see any reason to push the frame rates any more. If you don’t need super high frame rates, the card is a dream.

    Yep, I’ll be keeping this card for at least the next 6 to 7 years.

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