ASUS Lists ROG Strix LC Radeon RX 6900 XT Graphics Card

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ASUS has listed the ROG Strix LC Radeon RX 6900 XT, a liquid-cooled version of AMD’s flagship GPU for higher potential overclocks and a quieter, cooler level of performance. Its design follows the same silver-and-black motif we recently saw with the ROG Strix LC Radeon RX 6800 XT. Both cards feature a blower-style fan and 240 mm radiator with RGB lighting. Pricing has not been announced.

Technical Specifications

  • Bus Standard: PCI Express 4.0
  • OpenGL: OpenGL®4.6
  • Video Memory: 16GB GDDR6
  • Stream Processors: 5120
  • Memory Interface: 256-bit
  • Maximum Resolution: Digital Max Resolution 7680 x 4320
  • Interface: HDMI 2.1 x1, DisplayPort 1.4 x2, USB Type-C x1
  • HDCP Support: 2.3
  • Maximum Display Support: 4
  • NVlink/ Crossfire Support: Yes
  • Accessories :1 x ROG Velcro Hook & Loop, 1 x ASUS ruler, 1 x Collection card, 1 x Speedsetup manual, 1 x Cable ties pack(s)
  • Software: ASUS GPU Tweak II & Drivers: please download all software from the support site.
  • Card Dimensions: 27.7 x 13.1 x 4.36 Centimeter
  • Radiator Dimensions: 27.6 x 12 x 5.17 Centimeter (including fan)
  • Slot Width: 2.2 Slot
  • Recommended PSU: 850W
  • Power Connectors: 3 x 8-pin


  • Full-coverage cold plate brings liquid cooling to GPU die and memory
  • On-board cooling for power-delivery is handled by a blower-style fan and low-profile heatsink. 
  • 240mm radiator balances compatibility and performance.
  • 600mm tubing for compatibility with EATX chassis and alternative mounts
  • Super Alloy Power II includes premium alloy chokes, solid polymer capacitors, and an array of high-current power stages.
  • ASUS FanConnect II equips a hybrid-controlled fan header for optimal system cooling.
  • GPU Tweak II provides intuitive performance tweaking, thermal controls, and system monitoring.
Peter Brosdahl
As a child of the 70’s I was part of the many who became enthralled by the video arcade invasion of the 1980’s. Saving money from various odd jobs I purchased my first computer from a friend of my dad, a used Atari 400, around 1982. Eventually it would end up being a lifelong passion of upgrading and modifying equipment that, of course, led into a career in IT support.

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