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ASRock Radeon VII Phantom Gaming Graphics Card Pictured

This Phantom Gaming isn't a custom design

ASRock Radeon VII Phantom Gaming Graphics Card Pictured

ASRock Radeon VII Phantom Gaming Graphics Card Pictured

Images of ASRock's upcoming Radeon VII Phantom Gaming have appeared online (via PC_Shopping), revealing the world's first Radeon VII graphics card from an AMD AIB partner. 

Sadly, this Phantom Gaming graphics card is not a custom design, with ASRock opting to use AMD's reference PCB and cooler design, making this graphics card little more than AMD's Radeon VII design with ASRock branding. This makes the Radeon VII remarkably similar to ASRock's RX Vega Phantom Gaming offerings, which also utilise AMD's reference design.   

AMD has already committed to releasing their Radeon VII graphics card via their AIB partners and through AMD.com, making the launch of reference Radeon VII graphics cards inevitable. So far we have heard no reports of custom Radeon VII designs, making it possible that most AIBs will stick to AMD's triple fan reference model, which should offer plenty of cooling performance for AMD's first 7nm gaming graphics card.  

ASRock Radeon VII Phantom Gaming Graphics Card Pictured  
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24-01-2019, 02:33:34

Dicehunter
Looks to be just a reference card with Asrock stickers Quote

24-01-2019, 04:10:07

WillSK
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Looks to be just a reference card with Asrock stickers
I think that is EXACTLY what it is. I don't understand the point of this in that case?Quote

24-01-2019, 04:11:36

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Looks to be just a reference card with Asrock stickers
Reminds me of the Fury X debacle all over again. AMD locking out AIB and only selling reference once more? :SQuote

24-01-2019, 04:13:10

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by WillSK View Post
I think that is EXACTLY what it is. I don't understand the point of this in that case?
Same happens with all GPU's in general.

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Originally Posted by Warchild View Post
Reminds me of the Fury X debacle all over again. AMD locking out AIB and only selling reference once more? :S
Can't see it happening, AMD will want to squeeze every last drop of performance out of it as possible and that in general needs people like Sapphire and MSI, Reference is good but to push things better power delivery etc... is needed, Unless AMD have already maxed the card out and the only thing to make better is cooling.Quote

24-01-2019, 04:23:13

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Same happens with all GPU's in general.



Can't see it happening, AMD will want to squeeze every last drop of performance out of it as possible and that in general needs people like Sapphire and MSI, Reference is good but to push things better power delivery etc... is needed, Unless AMD have already maxed the card out and the only thing to make better is cooling.
I agree. But I would have thought they wanted that with the Fury gen cards given the losses AMD were making at the time.

If anyone can pull out a killer Radeon card, its Sapphire!Quote
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