THE ULTIMATE GAME CHANGER
Powerhouse Performance for 4K Gaming
Every game. Every frame.
SAPPHIRE TOXIC AMD Radeon™ RX 6900 XT Limited Edition
The long envisioned and highly anticipated TOXIC AMD Radeon™ RX 6900 XT LE Graphics Card designed for the DIY Enthusiast, and Gamer pursuing unrivaled performance with a paramount cooling solution. Driving an innovative overclocking solution with incredible new cooling technology, the TOXIC AMD Radeon™ RX 6900 XT LE is the superior choice for building a powerhouse PC with the best gaming performance on the market.
SAPPHIRE TOXIC Graphics Card FEATURES
Explore all the incredible features that come with the SAPPHIRE TOXIC AMD Radeon™ RX 6900 XT LE Graphic Card. We’ve split our features into 3 categories so you can easily see all the features we pride ourselves in designing to create the best gaming experience possible for you
Software BIOS Switch
Switch from performance mode to silent mode or back using our TriXX software for a quick and easy switch between your dual BIOS modes.
SAPPHIRE TOXIC Graphics Cards
Provides rigidity and helps cool your card by increasing heat dissipation.
Personalize the look of your TOXIC card with its built-in ARGB and ARGB fan
Choose from HDMI and DP slots for a maximum of 4 outputs
Innovative cooling technologies to ensure optimal performance and airflow.
Hybrid Fan Blade
The new hybrid fan design combines the quietness of a traditional axial fan design and strong air pressure of a blower fan design to generate an improvement in the downward air pressure through the fan while keeping the fan noise low.
TOXIC AIO COOLING TECHNOLOGY
One Click TOXIC BOOST beyond 2365 MHz
Maximize the AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT GPU
To cool the GPU, the pump/heat spreader of the liquid cooling system on TOXIC effectively removes the heat from the GPU to the 360 mm radiator for heat exchange
The hot liquid is cooled in the radiator by 3x 120mm fans and pushed back to the pump/spreader, keeping the GPU temp lower than 70°C and noise output below 34dBA
On the VRM/Memory cooling, the new hybrid fan blows away the heat transferred by the die-cast heatsink with heatpipes from the memory and VRM components