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Video Card

Sapphire Radeon RX 5600 XT 6 GB PULSE Video Card

(6 Ratings, 5.0 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Sapphire

Part #

  • 11296-01-20G
  • 100419P6GL

Manufacturer

Sapphire

Chipset

Radeon RX 5600 XT

Memory

6 GB

Memory Type

GDDR6

Core Clock

1247 MHz

Boost Clock

1750 MHz

Effective Memory Clock

14000 MHz

Interface

PCIe x16

Color

Black / Red

Frame Sync

  • Freesync 2
  • Freesync

Length

254 mm

TDP

160 W

DVI Ports

0

HDMI Ports

1

Mini-HDMI Ports

0

DisplayPort Ports

3

Mini-DisplayPort Ports

0

Expansion Slot Width

2

Cooling

2 Fans

External Power

1 PCIe 8-pin

DisplayPort

3

HDMI

1

Price History

    Reviews

    Chazland
    • 20 points
    • 1 month ago

    Initially my budget plans were for an RX570, then it was 580, and then it was the 590. I was going to buy at the end of January and then the 5600XT was released. Beyond what I wanted to spend, but I had a little extra cash at the time so went with it. Couldn't see going with the 5500 at that point.

    I really like the Sapphire cards. Not sure why, combination of looks, reputation, etc. It's been nice - had the BIOS flash so is OC'd already. It's quiet and easily beats my initial target of 60 fps @ 1080p

    Neiliohara
    • 13 points
    • 1 month ago

    from completed build AMD Storm Trooper Build

    I have yet to get a hiccup out of it no matter what game I throw at it, everything in 1440 ultra settings plays like butter. Looks good in the case, has good I/O and for the price, its amazing Nvidia is still in business. Short of ray tracing there's no reason to spend that much for a RTX 2060 when this bad boy is right here. Sapphire software is about useless but this is not a card to pass up if you're in the mid to high 200 dollar GPU range. Spend the extra money somewhere else, you'll get amazing 1440 performance for less than $300, if you want 4k you're in the wrong price bracket any way so if you want 1440 there's no need to spend more than this

    gardotd426
    • 10 points
    • 4 months ago

    Fantastic. If you're on Windows, and you absolutely need the nvenc encoder and other nvidia features, then I could kind of see going with a 2060, but RTX is garbage on the 2060 so that's a wash. AMD's Windows feature set is growing, and if you're on Linux, there's absolutely no question, AMD is always superior like for like compared to nvidia. Running 1080p the Windows version of Doom 2016 using Vulkan on Linux, I max out the 200 fps limit on Ultra. Same for the Windows version of Titanfall 2 on Ultra which has a frame limit of 144 fps. Overwatch also running the Windows version on Linux gets 144 fps on Ultra. Jedi Fallen Order gets over 100 on Epic, this is the only title where running the Windows version on Linux shows any overhead at all, but it's still not very noticeable. My main experience is with Linux, so that's my frame of reference. This card has solid overclocking potential. I would say that if you want the best 1080p graphics card, this would be it, considering that only a very few 2060 models are 300 dollars, and those have been sold out pretty much since the price was dropped.

    I HAVE tested this on Windows though just to see how it works, and it works as advertised.

    Fuzzynguyen
    • 4 points
    • 3 days ago

    Great for 1080p at 144hz on almost all game titles. Runs cool for a Radeon. The GPU is built very well.

    papadiche
    • 3 points
    • 17 days ago

    Stock fans leave a lot to be desired, and the plastic casing traps heat inside. In my case, I removed the plastic guard and its fans, and replaced with 1x Noctua NF-A15 PWM 140 mm + 1x Kraken X53 120mm fan mounted to the bottom of my NCase M1 in an exhaust (fan grills against the bottom) orientation. Thermals are good, topping out at 80C under full loads. The performance itself of the card is fantastic however -- well worth its $275 selling price. Overclocking beyond the shipped settings is possible with these Sapphire cards. I've seen videos of people getting 1.9GHz out of the clock, with performance rivaling or edging out reference RX 5700 XT cards. That's mighty impressive considering those cards sell for +$100 ! If you go heavy on OC though, be careful of your thermals since the card may start throttling itself if the stock fans are not replaced.

    5lapChopQc
    • 2 points
    • 28 days ago

    from completed build Fa$$t for game

    I didn't go for the 5700 because of the budget I had. But I get over 100 FPS

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