Acer To Launch Custom AMD Radeon RX 7900 Graphics Card DIY Lineup Soon

Acer, a major PC manufacturer, plans to release its second series of custom graphics cards built on AMD’s Radeon RX 7900 series GPUs. Acer Will Offer Both Intel And AMD Custom Graphics Cards; Radeon RX 7900 DIY Lineup Anticipated Soon.

While the conventional PC industry continues to dwindle, Acer has opted to push into other profitable markets, including PC gaming. Known mostly for its OEM PC and laptop business, the firm intends to grow into the premium and bespoke DIY market with new Predator-branded devices.

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Recently, the business debuted its first custom DIY graphics card, the Arc A770 Predator Bifrost, which utilizes Intel’s Arc alchemist GPUs. The Predator Bifrost GPU is undoubtedly one of a kind and features a luxury look. The card was an unexpected acquisition, but it appears that Acer intends to extend its bespoke graphics card portfolio further.

According to rumors from Chinese board channels, Acer appears to be collaborating with AMD to sell customized Radeon RX 7900 graphics cards. According to sources, Acer intends to deliver quality designs at extremely reasonable prices, which could prove to be a formidable competitor to the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 and RTX 4070 Ti graphics cards. In addition, it is rumored that while Acer does not currently have any NVIDIA custom designs prepared, they are leaving their roadmap open, and Acer might become the first graphics card maker to provide custom graphics cards from all three suppliers.

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Regarding the design, it is unknown if Acer would include its current Bifrost cooler or create a brand-new cooling system for the forthcoming AMD Radeon RX 7900 series cards. We’ll have to see what happens, but we should clarify that it’s not like Acer isn’t producing its own NVIDIA cards. For its Orion PCs, the firm has created bespoke RTX 30 designs, like the RTX 3090 Predator. However, Acer has not yet released any RTX 40 options, and the RTX 30 series GPUs are not accessible to the DIY market.