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Radeon RX 5600 XT
Effective Memory Clock
Black / Red
- Freesync 2
Expansion Slot Width
1 PCIe 8-pin
- 9 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build My Custom 1080p Ultra Linux Gaming Build
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.