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Radeon RX 5700 XT
Effective Memory Clock
Expansion Slot Width
1 PCIe 8-pin + 1 PCIe 6-pin
- 13 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Budget gaming 1440p small form, 1st build
everything works good as expected, gaming etc, but I have some screen artifacts when the windows is starting, booting, changing to game etc, don't know if it's a problem with the gpu or normal with amd graphics (should I return it?).
- 9 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Custom AMD TUF Series
GPU was "overkill". I started my research considering a Strix or MSI 1660ti for 144 FPS gaming @ 1080p, was led to believe the price wasn't worth with the 2060 being not much more, and eventually AMD releasing their new GPU.
Decided I wanted to keep the Mobo/GPU theme the same from the start and I also enjoyed idea of triple fans which MSI lacked at the time. I waited for the Asus TUF RX 5700 to release more than a month after other models, except the RX 5700 XT came up first... by this time I had all my parts delivered and I bought the better GPU (non-XT version came up 24 hours later, but it went with it). Still very happy with my pick and the price. It hits 240-280+ FPS in both CS:GO and Fortnite on high settings at about 65 degrees Celsius. Uncapped I've seen peaks of 380 on CS and 700 in the Fortnite Lobby. 85+ FPS on Rust and other games I haven't tracked. I did play Astroneer with my Game Pass and it put the GPU to work. Reaching 75 degrees and almost 110 junction temp, I was worried at first but the fans were working at 75-80%. It was rather loud, but I don't remember it passing through my mic and the headset eliminated the noise. Overall a killer GPU for 1080p gaming. Planning to use it for 240Hz FPS gaming once money for a monitor is saved and potentially 1440p down the line.
- 4 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build Gaemer Build
This was my second choice because newegg cancelled my gigabyte aftermarket order and they were gone when I tried again. It functions fine but it's thick as hell, so I can't see anything under it (m.2 slots, rgb, etc.). It's also heavy enough to cause a visible dip. On top of all that you can't change the rgb (leaving on random blue-purple streak on my build) and it's temps are subpar.
- 3 points
- 27 days ago
from completed build $1000 Streaming Budget Build
This card is underrated as hell. I've overclocked this to 2100 MHz, and it works fantastic. I am able to get about 144 FPS (for 144 Hz gaming) on GTA. (And GTA is pretty challenging graphically.) Overall really good card, it doesn't run too hot. It's pretty much the perfect card for the perfect price.