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Radeon RX VEGA 56
Black / Red
- 4-way CrossFire Capable
- 3-way CrossFire Capable
- 2-way CrossFire Capable
Expansion Slot Width
2 PCIe 8-pin
- 27 points
- 12 months ago
from completed build "MicroAlloyed" - MetallicGear Neo Micro, Ryzen and Vega 56 Build
Well designed and built card. 4.5 Stars really, because of the position of the power connectors and the Pulse logo on the Nano sized PCB. Cooler does a good job of cooling. I'd have liked a customisable LED, but it's a nice design regardless,
- 18 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Basic H500i First Build
If you're looking for 1080p gaming, this thing will handle anything you throw at it. Does it draw a lot of power ? Yes. Does it have coil whine ? Also yes. But considering that I got this card for 300 euros, any alternative from Nvidia is more expensive.
- 16 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build T-Sled MkII
Tried an RX580 first and then decided the card needed bumped up to balance with the rest of the build. The Vega makes the case a bit hotter, but it doesn't falter a bit when subjected to 1080p high-framerate on ultra settings. Insanely good value at the time of purchase ($299).
Note that the card is big! It actually blocks access to some SATA ports on the MOBO. (Would need to remove card and use an angled connector to make use of those ports in the future).
- 10 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build 191222 No-Nonsense Ryzen-Radeon Good-Gamer
Got this in the summer before the prices blew up due to the BIOS flashing technique making it highly overclockable. I haven't felt the urge to do this yet — it's already making fine use of a 144-Hz monitor.