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Radeon RX 5700 XT
Effective Memory Clock
Expansion Slot Width
1 PCIe 8-pin + 1 PCIe 6-pin
- 23 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build AMD 3rd gen Ryzen Sim Rig Build for $1,000
Faster than my GTX 1070 by 40-50% and my GTX 1070 benchmarked quite a bit faster than the standard ones listed on the PassMark site. Looks like it is running closer to 2070 Super speeds on most games. Fan gets loud when loaded hard, but that is expected with this type of fan. I kind of wish the logo was RGB so it could match other stuff in the system since that red Radeon logo clashes with most colors. But I won't knock the rating down for lack of bling.
- 12 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build First build. Recent college grad.
Runs warm but that is to be expected. this blower style is ideal for my case.
- 7 points
- 3 days ago
from completed build My very first build. Built on July 13th 2019
Also got this GPU on release day and I regret it a little. The performance is great as I can play almost all titles on 1440p Ultra settings 144hz. But I wish I would have waited for the aftermarket cards instead of the blower style. I The stock fan settings wont go over 42% which the card is pretty quite at that mark but temps reach 85/90 degrees so I set a custom fan curve that ramps up to 80% fan utilization and its a dang jet engine.
- 6 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Commoners white gold
Has been handling the games pretty well and outshines my expectations. I was a little worried about the GPU temps but after playing Xcom 2 for 4 hours straight and then some boarderlands 2 for a couple more hours everything ran smoothly and the CPU continued to plow through. Yes its a little warm for a GPU (70-80C) but its manageable and didn't seem to impact its performance. If you are on the boarder for this card I help you. Once you get the card be sure to update the drivers right away and any blips from when you first load the system should disappear. The FPS rates on this puppy are pretty crazy and won't disappoint. Cost was a little high but after seeing the results I believe its worth it.
- 4 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build The "I love my wife" build
Not 5 star worthy IMO but a solid card. Just starting out with this beast was a bit scary due to the heat issues that are typical with blower style cards, especially this one. After researching ways to cool it without having a jet engine installed in my case, I learned to just undervolt it without much of a performance loss. It may even have gained some performance due to not thermal throttling. Now this card doesn't go above 65C when in game. I haven't got many games under my belt yet, but, that will change soon enough.
- 2 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build My First PC (RGB is Lit)
If you want to save $100 on a GPU when comparing it to an RTX, then this is your best bet. The issue I've run into with it, though, is that it runs very hot at 100% usage, playing games at over 90 degrees. All in all, one of the best GPUs available for the $400 price tag, hands down.