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XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0
XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0
XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0
XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0
XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0
XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0
XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0
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XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0

XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0
XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0
XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0
XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0
XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0
XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0
XFX AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2, 1750 MHz Boost, 1801 MHz Peak, 3xDP 1xHDMI Pci-E 3.0
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Features

  • Chipset: AMD Radeon VII
  • 16GB HBM2 memory
  • Boost clock - 1750MHz
  • Peak clock - 1801 MHz
  • Triple fan cooling. Stream processors - 3840
  • Microsoft Windows 10 support

Description

XFX Radeon VII graphics card brings the latest and greatest features for PC gamers: Capture, stream, share, optimize and fine-tune your games with ease. Exceptionally smooth and fast out-of-the-box gaming experience powered by Radeon software.


Memory Speed 1 GHz


Graphics Coprocessor AMD Radeon VII


Chipset Brand AMD


Graphics Card Ram Size 16 GB


Brand XFX


Item model number RX-VEGMA3FD6


Item Weight 2 pounds


Package Dimensions 13.6 x 9.5 x 3.2 inches


Manufacturer XFX


ASIN B07NFGDZWQ


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 7, 2019


ASIN B07NFGDZWQ


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 216 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #557 in Computer Graphics Cards


Date First Available February 7, 2019


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Features

  • Chipset: AMD Radeon VII
  • 16GB HBM2 memory
  • Boost clock - 1750MHz
  • Peak clock - 1801 MHz
  • Triple fan cooling. Stream processors - 3840
  • Microsoft Windows 10 support

Description

XFX Radeon VII graphics card brings the latest and greatest features for PC gamers: Capture, stream, share, optimize and fine-tune your games with ease. Exceptionally smooth and fast out-of-the-box gaming experience powered by Radeon software.


Memory Speed 1 GHz


Graphics Coprocessor AMD Radeon VII


Chipset Brand AMD


Graphics Card Ram Size 16 GB


Brand XFX


Item model number RX-VEGMA3FD6


Item Weight 2 pounds


Package Dimensions 13.6 x 9.5 x 3.2 inches


Manufacturer XFX


ASIN B07NFGDZWQ


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 7, 2019


ASIN B07NFGDZWQ


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 216 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #557 in Computer Graphics Cards


Date First Available February 7, 2019


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Features

  • Chipset: AMD Radeon VII
  • 16GB HBM2 memory
  • Boost clock - 1750MHz
  • Peak clock - 1801 MHz
  • Triple fan cooling. Stream processors - 3840
  • Microsoft Windows 10 support

Description

XFX Radeon VII graphics card brings the latest and greatest features for PC gamers: Capture, stream, share, optimize and fine-tune your games with ease. Exceptionally smooth and fast out-of-the-box gaming experience powered by Radeon software.


Memory Speed 1 GHz


Graphics Coprocessor AMD Radeon VII


Chipset Brand AMD


Graphics Card Ram Size 16 GB


Brand XFX


Item model number RX-VEGMA3FD6


Item Weight 2 pounds


Package Dimensions 13.6 x 9.5 x 3.2 inches


Manufacturer XFX


ASIN B07NFGDZWQ


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available February 7, 2019


ASIN B07NFGDZWQ


Customer Reviews 3.9 out of 5 stars 216 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #557 in Computer Graphics Cards


Date First Available February 7, 2019


abunda_amazon_reviews I'd like to start off with the packaging, as it contains really my only slight issue. It didn't seem the card was secured enough in between the cardboard intended to keep in place. This allowed the card to wiggle some if you flipped the box around (I could hear/feel it), and with something this pricey and sensitive, it's deserving of more security. However, it does come in an electrostatic bag and XFX did provide a nice touch with cap covers over the ports (3 DP, 1 HDMI) and the contacts that connect with the motherboard. So that made me feel a little reassured. Now, for the card itself, well it is a behemoth. Like calculus textbook weight and thickness. But, overall I think this a beautiful card. The metal enclosure is "sharp" and the Radeon logos shining in red are great touches. I placed this in a new build with a Ryzen 5 2600x CPU. My main goal was aiming for gaming at 4K60 and this thing delivers. To test it out and leaving it stock, I threw a few a games at it in 4K using ultra settings and yes, it runs Crysis. Crysis 2/3 and Star Wars BattleFront 2 really pushed it as temperatures and fan speed climbed, but it held steady at my goal of 60 fps for most games (drops in Crysis 3, but to be expected on ultra) and no crashes for any games I tried. As for the noise when under load, with headphones, I couldn't hear it from 2 feet away, but with them off, it sounds like I am sitting in front of my stove with the range fan on low. That's not a bother to me, but it will be for some. Otherwise, it's pretty quiet. Though on the pricey side, I am very satisfied with the performance and believe it will suit my needs on the 4K side for years to come. I am sure I can get even more out of it with undervolting/overclocking and potential water cooling solutions down the line, but for now I have no complaints as is.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Yes, it runs Crysis!;;Timmy;;;Absolutely amazing, I am upgrading from 2x R9 380 and the performance increase is ridiculous. 2x r9 380 = 40 mh/s hashrate on ethereum. This gets 90 mh/s FROM ONE CARD. 100 mh/s if you overclock the memory to 1100. Temps under full load stress test and 100% fan - 59 degrees celsius, junction temperature of 83 degrees celsius (Throttles at a main core temp of 85c-90c+ I believe, 110-115 junction) Undervolted to 1005 mv Core clock/mem @ defaults Vega cards are quite overvolted out of the box which might be causing the card to overheat for newbies. I have had zero driver issues/haven't experienced any of the problems others are mentioning, however I did a fresh installation of windows and a clean install of the latest drivers. Edit : I tried a sapphire card and it had a stock voltage of over 1130 and junction temps of 110c+;;Reviewed in the United States on April 27, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Incredible performance, low temps and power usage AFTER fixing voltage;;Blitz;;;Aside from this card having 16gb of VRAM that has unbelievable bandwidth the gaming performance is slightly behind the RTX 2070 and GTX 1080ti. This card is better suited for professional use and Crypto mining. I've tested this with mining and it does really well, depending on the currency you're mining. I haven't toyed with it much but with a few tweaks with ETHash's Claymore miner this card gets 90mh/s at 227w while staying at 85c. However, your experience will vary depending on if you win the Silicon lottery. The first Radeon VII I ordered was horrible! Hot Spot temps would quickly reach 113c unless I pushed the voltage down to the bare minimum while running the fan at 80%. The Hot Spot temps were still too high after all this work. Overclocking the first card I got was Abysmal, as it couldn't even hold 1900mhz with the stock 1104mv while running Super Position. With mining I couldn't get the card to consistently mine Eth at 90mh/s. This card needed around 1000mv (1.0v) to stay stable at stock speeds. The 2nd card fares a lot better. With Eth I can mine at 90mh/s stable with the fans at 65%, the core voltage at 975mv, Hot Spot temps at 85c, while pulling 227w on the card. At stock voltage of around 1104mv I can pass Super Position at 2000mhz while the Hot Spot Temps are 98c, but it does scale back to 1987mhz to 1997mhz. At stock speeds I can crank the voltage down to right around 970mv. For me, my eyes popped when I saw Lisa Su introduce it because of how much and how fast the HMB2 memory is. All I could see is how fast this would make scene rendering. Then I thought of how these Cryptocurrency miners would have fought over this card if it was available during the mining craze. I didn't think about gaming with it at all. This card would end up being a crash course in overclocking for a newbie. If the user/buyer got a card that is a Silicon Lottery winner then the user wouldn't have much tweaking to to. If the user/buyer got a card that was like my 1st card then they would be frustrated with the thermal throttling, FPS drops, and possibly not knowing what to do. I recommend MSI Afterburner but I've been using Afterburner for years.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 4, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Not recommend to a Gamer;;Another Customer;;;Okay, the packaging of the card was fine, but amazon shipped it in plain cardboard without protection… it seemed a bit suspect for a $700 purchase, but it arrived safe enough and with only a minor tear on the box. The XFX packaging was fine, it was a video card in a typical sleeved box. Out of the box, what a beauty. Its heaier than expected, but it feels firm and solid. Typical installation, it’s a standard size graphics card. Driver install was painless from amd.com. XFX has english phone support, so calling them was painless as well. No crashing yet, not flickering, and it’s a rendering monster. I am running a ryzen build and I can easily do 1080p 60fps videos in half the time. so a 10 minute video only takes 5 minutes, nearly twice as fast as my vega 64.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 9, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Very Satisfied;;S. Regimbal;;;At about $150 less than some NVIDIA RTX 2080 units out there, AMD made a great card with brilliant performance that matches the 2080 (and sometimes outperforming it) with better value. To paraphrase a YouTube reviewer, this card is a champ, sort of a loud champ but a champ nonetheless. It's way quieter than it was on initial release thanks to better drivers. I could run any recent AAA game at max settings and the fans would kick up to full speed maybe once or twice during a 3-hour session.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;AMD made a great card;;Talal Al-Khaldi

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Timmy - Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2019
Yes, it runs Crysis!
I'd like to start off with the packaging, as it contains really my only slight issue. It didn't seem the card was secured enough in between the cardboard intended to keep in place. This allowed the card to wiggle some if you flipped the box around (I could hear/feel it), and with something this pricey and sensitive, it's deserving of more security. However, it does come in an electrostatic bag and XFX did provide a nice touch with cap covers over the ports (3 DP, 1 HDMI) and the contacts that connect with the motherboard. So that made me feel a little reassured. Now, for the card itself, well it is a behemoth. Like calculus textbook weight and thickness. But, overall I think this a beautiful card. The metal enclosure is "sharp" and the Radeon logos shining in red are great touches. I placed this in a new build with a Ryzen 5 2600x CPU. My main goal was aiming for gaming at 4K60 and this thing delivers. To test it out and leaving it stock, I threw a few a games at it in 4K using ultra settings and yes, it runs Crysis. Crysis 2/3 and Star Wars BattleFront 2 really pushed it as temperatures and fan speed climbed, but it held steady at my goal of 60 fps for most games (drops in Crysis 3, but to be expected on ultra) and no crashes for any games I tried. As for the noise when under load, with headphones, I couldn't hear it from 2 feet away, but with them off, it sounds like I am sitting in front of my stove with the range fan on low. That's not a bother to me, but it will be for some. Otherwise, it's pretty quiet. Though on the pricey side, I am very satisfied with the performance and believe it will suit my needs on the 4K side for years to come. I am sure I can get even more out of it with undervolting/overclocking and potential water cooling solutions down the line, but for now I have no complaints as is.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Blitz - Reviewed in the United States on April 27, 2019
Incredible performance, low temps and power usage AFTER fixing voltage
Absolutely amazing, I am upgrading from 2x R9 380 and the performance increase is ridiculous. 2x r9 380 = 40 mh/s hashrate on ethereum. This gets 90 mh/s FROM ONE CARD. 100 mh/s if you overclock the memory to 1100. Temps under full load stress test and 100% fan - 59 degrees celsius, junction temperature of 83 degrees celsius (Throttles at a main core temp of 85c-90c+ I believe, 110-115 junction) Undervolted to 1005 mv Core clock/mem @ defaults Vega cards are quite overvolted out of the box which might be causing the card to overheat for newbies. I have had zero driver issues/haven't experienced any of the problems others are mentioning, however I did a fresh installation of windows and a clean install of the latest drivers. Edit : I tried a sapphire card and it had a stock voltage of over 1130 and junction temps of 110c+

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Another Customer - Reviewed in the United States on May 4, 2019
Not recommend to a Gamer
Aside from this card having 16gb of VRAM that has unbelievable bandwidth the gaming performance is slightly behind the RTX 2070 and GTX 1080ti. This card is better suited for professional use and Crypto mining. I've tested this with mining and it does really well, depending on the currency you're mining. I haven't toyed with it much but with a few tweaks with ETHash's Claymore miner this card gets 90mh/s at 227w while staying at 85c. However, your experience will vary depending on if you win the Silicon lottery. The first Radeon VII I ordered was horrible! Hot Spot temps would quickly reach 113c unless I pushed the voltage down to the bare minimum while running the fan at 80%. The Hot Spot temps were still too high after all this work. Overclocking the first card I got was Abysmal, as it couldn't even hold 1900mhz with the stock 1104mv while running Super Position. With mining I couldn't get the card to consistently mine Eth at 90mh/s. This card needed around 1000mv (1.0v) to stay stable at stock speeds. The 2nd card fares a lot better. With Eth I can mine at 90mh/s stable with the fans at 65%, the core voltage at 975mv, Hot Spot temps at 85c, while pulling 227w on the card. At stock voltage of around 1104mv I can pass Super Position at 2000mhz while the Hot Spot Temps are 98c, but it does scale back to 1987mhz to 1997mhz. At stock speeds I can crank the voltage down to right around 970mv. For me, my eyes popped when I saw Lisa Su introduce it because of how much and how fast the HMB2 memory is. All I could see is how fast this would make scene rendering. Then I thought of how these Cryptocurrency miners would have fought over this card if it was available during the mining craze. I didn't think about gaming with it at all. This card would end up being a crash course in overclocking for a newbie. If the user/buyer got a card that is a Silicon Lottery winner then the user wouldn't have much tweaking to to. If the user/buyer got a card that was like my 1st card then they would be frustrated with the thermal throttling, FPS drops, and possibly not knowing what to do. I recommend MSI Afterburner but I've been using Afterburner for years.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By S. Regimbal - Reviewed in the United States on May 9, 2019
Very Satisfied
Okay, the packaging of the card was fine, but amazon shipped it in plain cardboard without protection… it seemed a bit suspect for a $700 purchase, but it arrived safe enough and with only a minor tear on the box. The XFX packaging was fine, it was a video card in a typical sleeved box. Out of the box, what a beauty. Its heaier than expected, but it feels firm and solid. Typical installation, it’s a standard size graphics card. Driver install was painless from amd.com. XFX has english phone support, so calling them was painless as well. No crashing yet, not flickering, and it’s a rendering monster. I am running a ryzen build and I can easily do 1080p 60fps videos in half the time. so a 10 minute video only takes 5 minutes, nearly twice as fast as my vega 64.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Talal Al-Khaldi - Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2019
AMD made a great card
At about $150 less than some NVIDIA RTX 2080 units out there, AMD made a great card with brilliant performance that matches the 2080 (and sometimes outperforming it) with better value. To paraphrase a YouTube reviewer, this card is a champ, sort of a loud champ but a champ nonetheless. It's way quieter than it was on initial release thanks to better drivers. I could run any recent AAA game at max settings and the fans would kick up to full speed maybe once or twice during a 3-hour session.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Timmy - Reviewed in the United States on March 5, 2019
Yes, it runs Crysis!
I'd like to start off with the packaging, as it contains really my only slight issue. It didn't seem the card was secured enough in between the cardboard intended to keep in place. This allowed the card to wiggle some if you flipped the box around (I could hear/feel it), and with something this pricey and sensitive, it's deserving of more security. However, it does come in an electrostatic bag and XFX did provide a nice touch with cap covers over the ports (3 DP, 1 HDMI) and the contacts that connect with the motherboard. So that made me feel a little reassured. Now, for the card itself, well it is a behemoth. Like calculus textbook weight and thickness. But, overall I think this a beautiful card. The metal enclosure is "sharp" and the Radeon logos shining in red are great touches. I placed this in a new build with a Ryzen 5 2600x CPU. My main goal was aiming for gaming at 4K60 and this thing delivers. To test it out and leaving it stock, I threw a few a games at it in 4K using ultra settings and yes, it runs Crysis. Crysis 2/3 and Star Wars BattleFront 2 really pushed it as temperatures and fan speed climbed, but it held steady at my goal of 60 fps for most games (drops in Crysis 3, but to be expected on ultra) and no crashes for any games I tried. As for the noise when under load, with headphones, I couldn't hear it from 2 feet away, but with them off, it sounds like I am sitting in front of my stove with the range fan on low. That's not a bother to me, but it will be for some. Otherwise, it's pretty quiet. Though on the pricey side, I am very satisfied with the performance and believe it will suit my needs on the 4K side for years to come. I am sure I can get even more out of it with undervolting/overclocking and potential water cooling solutions down the line, but for now I have no complaints as is.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Blitz - Reviewed in the United States on April 27, 2019
Incredible performance, low temps and power usage AFTER fixing voltage
Absolutely amazing, I am upgrading from 2x R9 380 and the performance increase is ridiculous. 2x r9 380 = 40 mh/s hashrate on ethereum. This gets 90 mh/s FROM ONE CARD. 100 mh/s if you overclock the memory to 1100. Temps under full load stress test and 100% fan - 59 degrees celsius, junction temperature of 83 degrees celsius (Throttles at a main core temp of 85c-90c+ I believe, 110-115 junction) Undervolted to 1005 mv Core clock/mem @ defaults Vega cards are quite overvolted out of the box which might be causing the card to overheat for newbies. I have had zero driver issues/haven't experienced any of the problems others are mentioning, however I did a fresh installation of windows and a clean install of the latest drivers. Edit : I tried a sapphire card and it had a stock voltage of over 1130 and junction temps of 110c+

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Another Customer - Reviewed in the United States on May 4, 2019
Not recommend to a Gamer
Aside from this card having 16gb of VRAM that has unbelievable bandwidth the gaming performance is slightly behind the RTX 2070 and GTX 1080ti. This card is better suited for professional use and Crypto mining. I've tested this with mining and it does really well, depending on the currency you're mining. I haven't toyed with it much but with a few tweaks with ETHash's Claymore miner this card gets 90mh/s at 227w while staying at 85c. However, your experience will vary depending on if you win the Silicon lottery. The first Radeon VII I ordered was horrible! Hot Spot temps would quickly reach 113c unless I pushed the voltage down to the bare minimum while running the fan at 80%. The Hot Spot temps were still too high after all this work. Overclocking the first card I got was Abysmal, as it couldn't even hold 1900mhz with the stock 1104mv while running Super Position. With mining I couldn't get the card to consistently mine Eth at 90mh/s. This card needed around 1000mv (1.0v) to stay stable at stock speeds. The 2nd card fares a lot better. With Eth I can mine at 90mh/s stable with the fans at 65%, the core voltage at 975mv, Hot Spot temps at 85c, while pulling 227w on the card. At stock voltage of around 1104mv I can pass Super Position at 2000mhz while the Hot Spot Temps are 98c, but it does scale back to 1987mhz to 1997mhz. At stock speeds I can crank the voltage down to right around 970mv. For me, my eyes popped when I saw Lisa Su introduce it because of how much and how fast the HMB2 memory is. All I could see is how fast this would make scene rendering. Then I thought of how these Cryptocurrency miners would have fought over this card if it was available during the mining craze. I didn't think about gaming with it at all. This card would end up being a crash course in overclocking for a newbie. If the user/buyer got a card that is a Silicon Lottery winner then the user wouldn't have much tweaking to to. If the user/buyer got a card that was like my 1st card then they would be frustrated with the thermal throttling, FPS drops, and possibly not knowing what to do. I recommend MSI Afterburner but I've been using Afterburner for years.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By S. Regimbal - Reviewed in the United States on May 9, 2019
Very Satisfied
Okay, the packaging of the card was fine, but amazon shipped it in plain cardboard without protection… it seemed a bit suspect for a $700 purchase, but it arrived safe enough and with only a minor tear on the box. The XFX packaging was fine, it was a video card in a typical sleeved box. Out of the box, what a beauty. Its heaier than expected, but it feels firm and solid. Typical installation, it’s a standard size graphics card. Driver install was painless from amd.com. XFX has english phone support, so calling them was painless as well. No crashing yet, not flickering, and it’s a rendering monster. I am running a ryzen build and I can easily do 1080p 60fps videos in half the time. so a 10 minute video only takes 5 minutes, nearly twice as fast as my vega 64.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Talal Al-Khaldi - Reviewed in the United States on May 5, 2019
AMD made a great card
At about $150 less than some NVIDIA RTX 2080 units out there, AMD made a great card with brilliant performance that matches the 2080 (and sometimes outperforming it) with better value. To paraphrase a YouTube reviewer, this card is a champ, sort of a loud champ but a champ nonetheless. It's way quieter than it was on initial release thanks to better drivers. I could run any recent AAA game at max settings and the fans would kick up to full speed maybe once or twice during a 3-hour session.