VASTARMOR Launches Radeon RX 7900 XTX Super Alloy GPU For $940

It’s been some time since news emerged about a new Radeon RX 7900 XTX GPU. Vastarmor has recently revealed that their Super Alloy is now available, over four months since its initial unveiling.


The Super Alloy stands as Vastarmor’s top-tier design, originating from a Chinese board partner that began collaborating with AMD during the RDNA2 series. Remarkably, the new model ranks among the swiftest offerings in the market. Presently, the RX 7900 XTX boasts a peak boost clock of 2680 MHz, matching models such as ASRock Taichi, Aqua, PowerColor Liquid Devil, and Sapphire Nitro+. Vastarmor’s Super Alloy matches this identical boost clock.


Achieving such performance requires sacrifices, specifically in size. This card measures 33 cm in length and 6.9 cm in thickness, making it undoubtedly one of the largest GPUs available. Its design accommodates three 10cm fans and, like other Super Alloy models, includes ARGB lighting.


The card was listed at 6799 RMB (~940 USD), significantly lower than the RX 7900 XTX’s initial MSRP in China (7999 RMB). Consequently, it’s approximately 200 RMB more expensive than the “Starry Sky” model, which shares a similar design but features lower clocks and lacks RGB lighting.


Source: Vastarmor