The AMD vs NVIDIA war is intensifying every day, with both companies launching new products every once in a while. The latest entrant to the AMD lineup is the Sapphire Toxic Radeon RX 6900 XT Extreme Edition, the fastest in the AMD Radeon RX 6000 lineup as of now.
The AMD Navi 21 XTXH GPU along with the customized BIOS enhances the power of the chip, giving the users more power and overclocking enthusiasts more clock frequency to play with.
Here are some of the features the Sapphire Toxic Radeon RX 6900 XT Extreme Edition has to offer:
- A fresh approach at the design paired with aRGB accents
- TriXX Boost lets you capture those additional frames in popular PC titles
- Ramp up the clock speed to 2,730Mhz using the One-Click Toxic Boost mode found in TriXX.
- The Toxic AIO Cooling technology is helped by a liquid cooling solution that enables uninterrupted 4K cooling.
The normal RX 6900 XT offers 5.120 SPs, 80 ray accelerators backed by 16GB of 256-bit DDR6 memory clocked at 16Gbps. The clock speed of the Sapphire Toxic Radeon RX 6900 XT Extreme Edition is 15 percent faster compared to the limited edition of the GPU. If we compare it to the base model, it is 21 percent faster.
The Sapphire Toxic features a 360mm radiator along with three 120mm fans that come with dual ball bearings. The heatsink is die-cast and customized with twin heat pipes. An additional fan in the pump is responsible for dissipating heat from the memory area and the VRMs.
Last but not the least, the aRGB lighting is a huge attraction for gamers who want to customize lighting. Users can control various aspects such as the aRGB LED shroud, the logo, and the backplate of the GPU. The GPU itself and the AIO cooler both feature aRGB fans. The manufacturer provides the Sapphire Trixx software that can control all the lights whereas the aRGB lighting can be attached to the motherboard using the 3 pin headers.
Even though the Sapphire Toxic Radeon RX 6900 XT Extreme Edition costs US$2,499, we suggest you buy one before it runs out of stock.