Radeon RX 5700 XT
Effective Memory Clock
Expansion Slot Width
1 PCIe 8-pin + 1 PCIe 6-pin
- 20 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build My Pure Black 4k Gaming Build
Very powerful. Fans are not very loud under load. There is some audible coil whine though.
- 10 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build University Upgrade Build
Going from an R9 380 to this is crazy. I loved my 380 because it was such a good card for nearly 4 years but this upgrade has been crazy. If a 2070S is too expensive for you this is the card to buy imo. Runs slightly hot hower because of my silent fan curve and lack of exhaust in the case.
- 7 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build X58's not dead yet
Very nice. Quiet, works well at 4K with the games that I run, which are demanding, but not demanding enough to require some crazy thousand dollar card. Had some brief issues with black screens while trying to do 4K60, but those went away after getting a proper 18 gbps HDMI cable. Also, an issue specific to my setup, it only gets into Windows while slotted into a P6TD if you enable that Express Gate built in OS thing. Not the fault of the card, just an expected part of using something so new with something so old.
- 7 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build All-AMD, All-Purpose Build (Ryzen + Radeon)
Undervolted at stock clocks, the Red Dragon is cool, quiet, and very powerful. And yes, the drivers have been fine since 20.2.2 (currently using 20.4.2).
The RX 5700XT is a 60fps, 1440p, High settings gpu in a worst case scenario (Assassin's Creed Origins & Odyssey - both known to run better on Nvidia gpus). But in games like Monster Hunter World, Batman Arkham Knight, Fallout 4, Agents of Mayhem, Deus Ex Mankind Divided, Mass Effect Andromeda, Crackdown 3, RAGE 2, DOOM 2016 - great framerates at 1440p High settings or better. If a game is well-optimized for Radeon, the 5700XT is even able to push 60fps, 4k, Medium / Low settings (like Deus Ex Mankind Divided).
Stock boost clock is 1905mhz, which in my case results in a "game clock" of 1825mhz. Was able to drop the voltage from 1.2V (stock) to 0.990V before the benchmark crashed. Boosted it back up to 1.010, and that's where it is 100% stable.
A word to the wise, though: this cooler really can't handle over-clocking. I went with the Red Dragon because I wanted a true dual-slot gpu. Not many of those if you're looking to buy a 5700XT. So no complaints from me. Things heat up FAST if you try to hit 2000mhz in-game. If you're looking to overclock, you should be looking at a Powercolor Red Devil (or a Sapphire Nitro+, or a Gigabyte Aorus) anyway.