Sapphire Introduces Radeon RX 7900 GRE Series: NITRO+, Pulse, and Pure Variants

Sapphire Technology has unveiled its new range of graphics cards, including the NITRO+ AMD Radeon RX 7900 GRE, which is built on the advanced AMD RDNA 3 architecture. These cards are designed to deliver high performance for both gaming and creative applications. The NITRO+ model incorporates premium components and a sophisticated cooling solution within a durable cold-rolled steel frame, ensuring efficient heat dissipation for a quiet and stable gaming experience.

The NITRO+ AMD Radeon RX 7900 GRE graphics card is optimized for 4K gaming and features an advanced cooling system, high-quality components, and a robust design. It includes 80 Compute Units, 5120 stream processors, a boost clock of up to 2391 MHz, and a game clock of up to 2052 MHz. The card is equipped with 16 GB of GDDR6 memory with a speed of up to 18 Gbps and 64 MB of AMD Infinity Cache. Connectivity options include 2x HDMI 2.1 and 2x DisplayPort 2.1 ports, supporting up to four displays.

The card's cooling efficiency is enhanced by the Tri-X Cooling Technology, which uses three large fans and a V-Shape Cooling Module to direct airflow around the GPU. Optimized Composite Heatpipes ensure even heat distribution, while the Angular Velocity Fan Blade Design minimizes noise. The VRM cooling module and a 14-layer high-thermal-grade PCB with 2 oz copper layers contribute to the card's thermal management and stability.

Additional features of the NITRO+ series include the Quick Connect Fan for easy maintenance, Assistive System Fan Control for improved heat expulsion, and Dual BIOS for flexible firmware management. Users can customize the card's aesthetics with the ARGB Light Bar and Backplate, and a Graphics Card Supporter is included for additional stability.


The PURE variant offers a white color theme with similar technical specifications and cooling technologies, emphasizing a clean aesthetic with a red LED Sapphire logo. The PULSE variant is targeted at everyday gamers, maintaining the same base architecture but with slightly different clock speeds and design accents.

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