Soon, ASRock will release Phantom Gaming and Taichi graphics cards that are based on Radeon RX 7900 XTX and XT models. At least four cards are now being prepped for release in December.
The Phantom Gaming and Taichi families feature three fans and three expansion slots. Unless you really look for them, you will not notice the subtle but significant differences between the Phantom Gaming XTX and XT GPUs, such as the bigger PCB for the top Radeon GPU. Phantom Gaming GPUs are being refreshed ion design. The firm is abandoning its traditional black and silver shroud in favour of an all-black aesthetic (this is how RX 6900 XT PG looked like). A redesign of the Radeon RX 6x50XT PG that was released a few months back is clearly an inspiration for this design. ASRock is also making history with the introduction of the Taichi GPU for its RX X900 series. The substantially taller triple-slot I/O bracket plainly demonstrates that this GPU is of a higher class than the PG series. According to the information we have, this model will also have three 8-pin power ports.