The Varstarmor Super Alloy is the company’s top-tier card measuring 330mm in length and a custom design with boost clocks of up to 2680 MHz with three 8-pin power connectors. The cooler features three 100mm fans cooling the 3.5cm high heatsink with a vapour chamber and a fairly striking design with RGB on the outer rim of the shroud.
Next up is the RX 7900 XTX Starry Sky which features the same cooler design as the Alloy but instead has red accents along the outer rim of the fan shroud. Unlike the Alloy, this card features the default clock speeds but features the same cooler beside the colours on the shroud and fans.
Finally there is the RX 7600 Alloy with a triple fan card with a red central fan. The shroud itself features a mechanical design with a hint of brushed metal vaguely similar to ASUS TUF cards in their design language. This card does not feature any factory overclocking so its triple fan design is likely a bit overkill similar to the many other triple fan 7600 cards.
These cards are likely not going to be available in Western markets but they are currently available at Vastarmor’s JD store.
RX 7900 XTX Super Alloy –￥7999.00 / £905
RX 7900 XTX Starry Sky – ￥7999.00 / £905
RX 7600 Alloy – ￥2149.00 / £242
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