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Radeon RX 5700 XT
Effective Memory Clock
Black / Silver
Expansion Slot Width
2 PCIe 8-pin
- 38 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Cyber Titan
Can't say enough good things about the Nitro+ and Sapphire in general. I run it in conjunction with a 1440p 155hz monitor and it runs most games on ultra at 155+ fps. For more demanding AAA titles you may need to turn the visuals down to high, otherwise you're spending at least a few hundred more on a Nvidia card just to get a few more frames.
- 26 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build My First Build
This card is amazing. The absolute top-of-the-line RX 5700 XT, and lives up to the hype. The cooler is massive, the fans are silent, and the ARGB is gorgeous. By far the crown-jewel of my PC.
- 21 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Black Mamba
Ordered it during a local online store's 12.12 sale for a great price. Thankfully, I did not run into driver issues like some folks did. Used the Adrenaline driver update right off the bat and haven't experienced any issues just yet! I also bought a 3pin cable to sync this to the motherboard.
- 19 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build Snowy White with a bit of RGB!
Based on bang for bucks; excellent card with incredible temps and performance is just awesome for 1440p gaming.
- 17 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build Yet another white and black build, but it's my first
I was on the fence when it came to shopping for a GPU. I ended up going with the Nitro because of all the amazing reviews it has gotten. This was an excellent decision. The GPU hasn't hit 80 C under load. Granted I haven't pushed it too hard. I don't need to mention FPS or benchmarks, there is enough of that on YouTube. Its also super quiet and looks sweet.
- 17 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build Katyusha
I look for two things in my graphics cards: silent operation and a backplate. everything else is icing on the cake. Well, let me tell you, this card is quiet and the PCB is shrouded by a backplate, and there is a LOT of icing on this cake to boot. The entire card, from the ARGB logo in the backplate to the optional ARGB fans lights up like a Christmas tree, and can be controlled via the motherboard if you plug it in via the included ARGB cable or via the Sapphire TRIXX software. And did I mention the replaceable fans? All of the fans can be swapped for a kit of drop-in replacements in either gloss black or ARGB flavors! The only minor downside is the Sapphire TRIXX software, which you should only use as an RGB controller for the card and as a temperature monitoring tool.
- 15 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build ProduGaming (1440p144Hz)
I have mixed feelings towards this card. While it is very good in both the performance and aesthetics department, the cooling part is... conflicting. In one end, the memory has superb cooling, but the Core's hotspot temperature reaches nearly 110ºC if I do not limit its performance with Radeon Chill. And this is after setting a custom fan curve in Wattman (100% fan speed when average temperature reaches 80º C). That doesn't really seem very safe to me.
- 15 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build Never enough RGB
Favorite part of the build. The card itself is huge, but I love the RGB that comes with the card and plan on buying the fans when they go on sale. The fans get a little louder at higher RPM but otherwise its very quiet. Only problem is with the drivers, but that's unrelated to the card itself. The Sapphire Trixx software is helpful and I adjusted the fan curves a little bit so that I could maintain a lower temp during extended gaming sessions.
- 15 points
- 3 months ago
from completed build My first PC build: AMD all 'round mid-tier (pro tip: find your closest Microcenter)
As a rule of thumb, your GPU should be approximately 30-50% of your total build cost (not including peripherals). This is one of the best graphic cards for the 5700 XT series (rivaled by Powercolor's Red Devil). Honestly, it comes down to availability, current prices, and aesthetic preferences. I originally purchased the Powercolor Red Dragon, and then returned it afterwards for a Gigabyte OC model. I was picky about fan noise and temps, so I ended up with the Sapphire Nitro, which miraculously was open box at Microcenter for a sweet price (saved $70). In terms of performance, AMD's 5700XT falls between NVIDIA's 2060 super and 2070 super. However, the dollar per frame value clearly goes to AMD. I highly recommend undervolting this GPU as this will reduce temperatures and improve performance (mileage will vary due to silicon lottery). My settings are stable at 2060 MHz with 1070 mV in AMD's adrenaline software. May consider overclocking once I play games that require more horsepower. It's worth mentioning that if you want to just plug n play or care about features like ray tracing, then consider NVIDIA. However, that comes with a bigger price tag. Although I was able to get my card to run smoothly, AMD's GPU drivers are known to be finicky. The 5700 XT can easily handle current games at 1440p with high/ultra settings. Refer to TechDeals' video regarding gaming at high settings and saving ultra settings for screenshots. With a 144Hz Freesync monitor, this video card easily matches high FPS with that refresh rate for a smooth game play experience. It easily handles running near max GPU usage all day protein folding for diseases/cures. Note: AMD has confirmed plans this year for their next 2nd generation of Navi GPU's. If you're looking for something to compete with NVIDIA's 2080 series, I would wait to see how the new Radeon cards turn out.