Vastarmor has unveiled 20 graphics cards thus far. Upon the announcement of the RDNA2 RX 6000 series, this Chinese company initiated collaboration with AMD. Although Vastarmor exclusively functions within China, it stands apart from counterfeit brands as a legitimate and official AMD partner.
Vastarmor has introduced the RX 7800 XT and RX 7700 XT models based on Navi 32, each equipped with a triple-fan design. However, the upcoming Alloy non-PRO version will stand out with a unique dual-fan configuration, a rarity among Navi 32 models, as only two out of fifteen RX 7700 XT variants sport this particular fan setup.
The card is equipped with the Navi 32 XL GPU, boasting 3456 Stream Processors and 12 GB of GDDR6 memory on a 192-bit interface. In terms of power specifications, it adheres to AMD’s reference with a typical board power of 245W, and Vastarmor suggests a 700W power supply for optimal performance.
The model employs two 10 cm fans with a three-fold shark fin blade design, as stated by the company. To tackle thermal challenges, the heatsink is tailored for a 2.5-slot configuration. The card boasts a 14-layer PCB design and is furnished with dual 8-pin power connectors. According to the official listing, the card’s dimensions measure 55.9×131.5×263.3 mm.
Notably, this model shares identical specifications with the PRO version, featuring a base clock of 1784 MHz, a game clock of 2276 MHz, and a boost reaching up to 2600 MHz. It’s important to note that this board lacks Dual-BIOS support, making the mentioned frequency the sole applicable one for this model.
According to the official store in China, the RX 7700 XT Alloy is listed at 3649 RMB (505 USD), only slightly cheaper by 50 RMB (7 USD) compared to the triple-fan PRO design.