When AMD introduced the Radeon RX 7900 GRE (Golden Rabbit Edition) in July of last year, it did so, you’ll remember, as a graphics adapter model that It will only be available in the Chinese market. It is not strange, there are many manufacturers, especially but not exclusively those from the Asian giant, who for whatever reasons reserve some products exclusively for themselves, and sometimes we talk about specific products, but on other occasions we can talk about something broader, as is the case here.
Sometimes, however, circumstances arise which cause these products, initially local, end up jumping to other geographies. In this case, it is most common that we are talking about neighboring countries within the Asian continent, but at other times its scope can be more global. And that’s the case with Radeon RX 7900 GRE graphics adapters, the Shappire model has been available here for a few months.
However, so far it seems that we are talking about a very witness case, but as we can read in Videocardz, maybe that will change soon, and also with a new promising option, well GIGABYTE will launch the Radeon RX 7900 GRE Gaming OC GPU on the European market. At the moment there is no official confirmation, so we do not know both the dates and the price with which it will arrive in Spain, but we can think that we will not have to wait too long for its debut.
As the name suggests, this GIGABYTE RX 7900 GRE Gaming OC is specifically aimed at the gaming market and will offer better performance than AMD’s specifications. we are talking about an overclocked model. And as for its design, it seems that the tech company has chosen the same one we already saw with its GIGABYTE Radeon RX 7800 Gaming OC from last summer.
As for the placement of this new GPU, We are talking about what would be the most “basic” model within the RX 7900 familyas you can see in the following table where we compare it to its older sisters the 7900 XT and 7900 XTX:
|RX 7900 GRE
|RX 7900 XT
|RX 7900 XTX
So of course, once it arrives in Europe, Undoubtedly, the price will be decisive for its success., which, as previously indicated, we have no clues about, other than the recent downward price movement that we informed you about in January. So we will remain very attentive, because if GIGABYTE manages to make the right point in this sense, we could be talking about a very interesting possibility.
Source: Muy Computer
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