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Radeon RX 5700 XT
Effective Memory Clock
Expansion Slot Width
2 PCIe 8-pin
- 15 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build 2nd PC Build 2019 AMD Corsair 680x RGB
Paid premium top dollar for this card when it was released is much nicer looking and quieter then the first edition blower style cards. Pricey but i am super happy with how it performs. I had a little trouble with software and a few games glitching and having free-sync 2 issues but installed new update and all runs perfect. Highly recommend!
- 8 points
- 6 days ago
from completed build Memoria Mark II
When it works, the Gigabyte Aorus 5700XT is objectively better. When it doesn't, OH GOD.
Stay the hell away from this card. Asus's graphics cards are currently suffering from quality control issues and to give you an idea on how bad it is with this 5700XT, I managed to get two defective ones, coming from two different batches (judging by the serial number), and they had two different defects. The first one would have its display cut out, presumably due to it abruptly dying; this happened most frequently when on the Windows logon screen or just after logging in. The second one had heatsink mounting screws that were too long, causing the heatsink to hang off of the PCB by about a centimetre.
Even when the card works as intended--which the first card did if and when I managed to survive getting past the logon screen--the card runs way too hot for having a massive heatsink, a triple-fan setup, and a metal backplate. It idled at 55 degrees C in my PC and actually increased the temperature of my CPU by 10 whole degrees just due to its proximity to this monstrosity. I was wondering how in god's name my Ryzen 5 3600X was idling at 55 degrees when it had a ******* Noctua NH-D15 on it, and once i finally switched to an MSI Gaming X 5700XT, I found out why.
The reason why I wound up having two of these was because I tried to return the first one and get a different card, but I was past the point where I could return it to Canada Computers. They instead exchanged my card for another one of these, and then that card wound up having the improper mounting. After seeing my plight for the second time over, they then let me exchange for an MSI Gaming X 5700XT.
This is an absolute disgrace of a graphics card for its $630 MSRP. The fact that its quality control issues are pervasive enough for someone to get two cards with two different defects in a row within about a month of each other speaks to how bad it really is. I reiterate: Do not buy this card.
- 7 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build BEST AMD BUILD
One of the best aftermarket cooler 5700xt's you can get its a 60 dollar markup but you get what you pay for quality
- 7 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build RC Custom AMD ROG STRIX 3900X
Top speed currently among the air-cooled models. During games it usually stays up around 2 gigahertz! Fast transcoder with supporting software. Picture quality is excellent!
- 6 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build R5 3600 + RX 5700 XT
Very good graphics card, if the price is right. I got it for €455, which is around the same as the Saphire Pulse and Gigabyte Gaming OC (which are excelent as well). I also got a €45 cashback from ASUS, which made this one of the cheapest RX 5700 XT's I could get. I wouldn't get this card if it is much more expensive then the models I named above, but for around the same money this is a good buy.
It is however a massive card, 2.7 slots thick and about 4cm longer then an ATX motherboard, so it won't fit in all builts.
I got it running at around 2000mhz, which is quite good, but the memory only got up to 1820mhz.
- 5 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build RGB AMD Build
HOLY CRAP! This card is so slick, cool and chonky. It matches my build perfectly and performs above and beyond other 5700XT models. Please consider this regardless of the premium price.