The RX 7900 XTX and RX 7900 XT PULSE graphics cards resemble their predecessors quite closely, even though technically there weren’t any. While Sapphire did not release the RX 6900/6950XT PULSE GPUs, the same “Big Navi” CPU was available in the RX 6800XT variant. Sapphire will eventually introduce the PULSE series for its X900 product range for the RDNA3 launch. The cards have a 2.7-slot layout and a revised fan design – it appears to be the same axial fan as the RX7900 NITRO+.
With the minimal information we have right now, it is difficult to say whether the Sapphire RX 7900 PULSE series also uses the NITRO+ board design, however, in this case, Sapphire omitted one of the 8-pin power connectors for PULSE SKUs. In addition to being less expensive than NITRO+, Sapphire RX 7900 PULSE cards are expected to provide more features than AMD’s standard design. There may not truly be a heart beat at launch, though, as none of the reviewers we are familiar with own one of these cards.
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