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Features
Powered by AMD Radeon™ RX 5700 XT
Integrated with 8GB GDDR6 256-bit memory interface
WINDFORCE 3X Cooling System with alternate spinning fans
RGB Fusion 2.0 – synchronize with other AORUS devices
Metal Back Plate
PCI-Express 4.0 Support

 

Core Clock
Boost Clock* : up to 1905 MHz
Game Clock* : up to 1795 MHz (Reference card is 1755 MHz)
Base Clock : 1650 MHz (Reference card is 1605 MHz)

Ytterligare information

‎1770 MHz

‎AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT

‎AMD

‎8

‎PowerColor

‎PowerColor Red Devil Radeon™ RX 5700 XT

‎AXRX 5700XT 8GBD6-3DHE/OC

‎PC

‎3.85 pounds

‎11.81 x 5.2 x 2.09 inches

‎11.81 x 5.2 x 2.09 inches

‎AMD

‎1

‎PowerColor

‎B07WP6TYQ3

‎December 18, 2020

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4.4 4.4 out of 5 stars
2,375 ratings

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4.4 out of 5 stars

#957 in Computer Graphics Cards

60 recensioner av PowerColor Red Devil AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT 8GB AXRX 5700XT 8GBD6-3DHE/OC

  1. brandon

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great 1440p Card!

    Coming from a GTX 1060 6gb it’s a huge step up. It’ll run any current game above 60fps on the highest settings at 1440p. Be sure to delete any Nvidia drivers if you have them and download the most current AMD drivers and you’ll be fine. My card was super loud at first and I was bummed out but a simple fan curve tweak made it sound a lot better and it’s the same temps or slightly lower. Keep in mind this card runs in the mid 70c range maybe in the 80’s which is no big deal. This card can run 110c before it thermal throttles. Coming from the old 1060 if I saw anything above 75c I’d shut it down, this puppy keeps kicking away. It is a big card but I fit it just fine in a Corsair 460x case with room to spare. Also I did get the free games with it within two business days as stated by amazon, so not sure why other people didn’t get them. I was going to go for a 2070 super but at $100 or more it’s not worth it. A couple more driver updates and I’m sure this card will dust the ol Nvidia camp.

    2 people found this helpful

  2. John Bates

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Red is back, baby! (RBG may be a problem for you)

    I decided to give this card a try because one, it was the best card AMD sells and two, it was one of the best price to performance cards out there when I purchased it. Prices and availability were a big decision when I made this purchase, but I don’t look back once when I saw what this bad little Devil could do, every game I put against it runs maxed without issue. It’s inaudible with my current setup and I think any game I wanna play for the next 5 years will run maxed without any problems.The gripe I have goes to all pc component manufacturers: FIX YOUR RGB SYSTEMS!!I am tired of having 3 different programs to run my RBG and they NEVER EVER sync up, stuck with solid colors till I can figure it out, marking a star for that.IF that doesn’t matter to you, then this card is a no brainer. Pick it up unless something better is out by now.

    One person found this helpful

  3. Shannon Bertrand

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Card and Drivers are Improving

    I’m definitely an AMD fan, have been and will remain. The card visually looks great, powercolor did awesome. I have it paired with a 3900x and I haven’t had any problems at max/ultra 1440p on anything. I do have the same driver issues that everyone has heard about, the black screens mostly. I clean the system of old drivers every time. The issues are much less frequent lately and really only occur now with long periods of gaming. As far as the noise levels, default fan curve settings keep it quiet but they are pretty low rpms. If you set them above 50% you are definitely going to hear it and when higher, it reaches that jet engine level. But.. they are some powerful fans and do awesome cooling without having to go that high in my case. Powercolor’s rgb software is simple to use and only run it to change light settings, mystic light wouldn’t find or control it. Would definitely give 5 stars if I haven’t gone through some rough headaches with stability. I can’t wait for AMD’s next line up.

    One person found this helpful

  4. A.I.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The best RX 5700 XT without a doubt

    Pros:- Phenomenal performance. I was shocked when I launched my games, switched to 4K, and remained at the same 60FPS. I can’t play every game at 4K, but I can a lot more than before.- It looks so NICE. The RGB illuminates a soft light. The backplate is all BLACK. Fantastic design.- Lights on the ports. This is the future.- Almost absolutely silent. I hear my CPU fan over it. The most it has gotten to is 50% fan speed, and that was nothing. It sounds like it should be idling at 50%.- Stays very cool.- No crashing, blue-screens, or any technical problems so far.Cons:- It’s pretty big. I had to remove my two front fans to get it into my case which was a big hassle.- The RGB software is a bit disappointing. The only one worth using is the solid color.- The “Red Devil” text is upside down on the port side.Other thoughts:All of the RX 5700 XTs have similar performance. What you should look for then is the temperatures and noise. According to the benchmarks, the Red Devil has one of the best temperatures and noise. The only real rival is the Sapphire Nitro+. I chose this over the Nitro+ because of the design. The Nitro+ is covered in a lame white while this is all black. Plus, this is actually for sale, so…. I’m pretty happy with it.

    45 people found this helpful

  5. Eric

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Lets just say I wouldn’t buy it again.

    I purchased the card in March 2020. Since day 1 I have experienced sudden and inconsistent crashing. Not blue screens or freezes, just complete reboots of my system. Sometimes during graphical stress tests, sometimes during games, sometimes during videos. I have read nearly every forum/thread/article about how to fix the crashes and nothing has worked. I have spent COUNTLESS hours trying to troubleshoot and diagnose the issue with no resolution. When it works it does a great job for 1080p gaming. I have heard there are 5700XT cards out there that don’t experience this. Mine is not one of them. Since it has been so long, Amazon forwards me to the POWERCOLOR website for tech support and I have chosen to go the RMA route. Guess I could follow up with an update after the RMA email and process has completed.TLDR: Annoying issues since day one. No solution found. Only option at this point is to replace it with whatever the warranty will provide. Buy a Nvidia card or a new gen AMD. Don’t waste time with this card.

    One person found this helpful

  6. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    RED DEVIL RX 5700 XT POWERCOLOR 8GB GDDR6 Greatness! Amazing Card!

    Order on Saturday, Install on Monday Afternoon. Going from XFX RX 580 which has been a very good gaming graphics card for me for the past several years. Installed the PowerColor RED DEVIL RX 5700 XT this afternoon, and downloaded fresh drivers for the Card. got everything set up and ready to go. Launch Escape From Tarkov, changed settings to High / Ultra and smiled. 1920×1080 had my 144 freesync pegged at 144FPS, ok that should be expected you say? how about switching the same game over to my 2k monitor and getting 100 – 110 FPS.Rainbow 6 Siege: 2k monitor 27″ 144freesync avg 90 fps / 1920×1080 27″ 144freesync 144FPS +Drivers are stable for me, no issue. Temps ….. well they topped out at 69! the tripple fan set up and the power curve they run off is rock solid. my 580 was loud.. I MEAN LOUD. this 5700xt is whisper quiet…… even when playing and streaming to twitch this card was ROCK SOLID.Bang for your buck, yes it’s expensive but is it worth the cost? ABSOLUTELY. this card is a big bad DEVIL full of dark video card magic. GET IT

    2 people found this helpful

  7. Anonymous Customer

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Excessive video and driver issues

    After about 3 years, this card finally gave out. Since receiving this GPU, it has been nothing but issues with video cutting out and random crashes caused by the card. Originally I thought it might’ve been a power issue, so I bought a brand new PSU. Still the same random crashes and driver issues. Bought a new CPU and motherboard, same thing. Eventually narrowed it down to the GPU. Problems only escalated over the years with the video just randomly cutting out to black for no reason. The straw that broke the camel’s back was during a game of Tarkov, when the GPU cut out both displays to my monitors and just never came back on. Checked the physical GPU and found that the middle fan just stopped running, and it straight-up would not display anymore- the card was officially dead. I kept the drivers up-to-date but the issues merely persisted.

    One person found this helpful

  8. Mike

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Drivers are a mess. But still purchase this 5700XT. Why? read below.

    I purchased this product after reading and hearing that the latest driver version from AMD fixed most of the issues with the card. I was running GTX 1070 Nvidia card and needed an upgrade. I finally purchased this card in April 2020. I used DDU software to delete all my Nvidia drivers. I then installed this new card and the software. I set up 2 monitors. while playing any game the pc kept crashing, or games would refuse to run. when i first downloaded the AMD Adrenaline software it will prompt you to install GAMING, ESPORTS, STANDARD Drivers. I chose gaming. I have since learned from a YOUTUBE video NOT to do this. choose Standard driver install. this worked for me. the card is a dream to use now and i have not one issue. YOUTube search: 5700XT black screen fix and watch the video.I would definitely purchase again and i would have rated much higher if i did not have all this frustration.

    One person found this helpful

  9. sam

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best AMD card currently on the market in my opinion!

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     Oh wow where do I start! This is the 2nd card I’ve bought for my new gaming pc in the last month. I originally had the MSI Mech OC, and let me just tell you I took a cut when selling my mech oc so basically SPEND THE EXTRA MONEY ON THIS CARD! This card is not only great for any games( having tested it on warzone, Cold War beta and other AAA titles) but aesthetically it’s amazing, but the best part is the noise and the temps! The hottest it got under 100% load for over 2 hours was 73c and I have a hot case. My last card got up into the high 80s. This card is so quiet that on full fan speed it’s noise is virtually unnoticeable. The mech oc sounded like a jet engine under full load. The rgb is beautiful as well! If you are buying an AMD card, I would go with this one over any other variant, no hesitation.

  10. AS

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Probably The Best 5700 XT

    Probably the best 5700 XT you can buy. This card offers exceptional cooling and acoustics. Even in the performance BIOS mode, it is not audible to me when at full load. The performance is outstanding for the price. Upgrading from a Vega 64, there is a noticeable increase in FPS. I game at 2560×1080 and I hope to upgrade to 1440p soon. This card will easily handle the increased resolution. Features such as Radeon Image Sharpening and Freesync work great when enabled. I’ve had no issues with AMD’s drivers as some reviewers have stated. I have not experienced any crashes. Because Navi is being used in the next gen consoles, I am looking forward to seeing how developers will leverage the architecture’s underlying features. I am hopeful this generation will age like the fine wine of AMD’s past.One thing to note, this card is massive. If you have a small case you may find fitment difficult. If I could change one thing about this card, I would have utilized a PCB cutout for the PCIe 8-pin power connectors. Not that this will be a problem for many, but I feel it is a little more elegant to have the connectors recessed.

    8 people found this helpful

  11. BDav

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Runs very cool

    Replaced this with my R9 390 which sounded like a jet to keep it ~73 under heavy load.This card is far far better. I ran it in a number of games and stress tested it with 3DMARK’s Time Spy Extreme (4K) for 2 hours. 60C is the highest temp it would hit and then the fans activate; dropping it to a steady 55. Far quieter and that’s at the “OC” BIOS selector. In addition that was with the memory and core clocks up a bit in Radeon Settings.This thing has a ridiculously over-engineered heat sink. It’s great. About 2 1/2 inches of heat sink stick off past the PCB with an open backplate. Everything about the PowerColor Red Devil screams quality. I had a PowerColor HD 4870 before my R9 390 and it was a fine card. Once again, I am happy with what they’ve released, especially considering that high thermals have been an issue with a number of RX 5700 XT cards. Also, it looks fantastic.

  12. Alexander Knoxville

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    READ CAREFULLY

    After careful consideration I’m ready to write this, yes there are some driver problems, yes it does work on 1440p 120fps on high settings. The only problem is that it requires software tweaking, especially in COD. If you’re looking for plug and play this card is not for you. Spend an extra 100 on a 2060 super or if you can afford it 2070 super. If you want to buy this (because lets be honest for the price, this is a great card.) I was really close to returning this card but didn’t. My recomendation is to have a friend or family member who knows about computers to help you set it up.

  13. Qadira M.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Make sure you install the new drivers

    When I first got this card I’d have given it 1 star. I got black screen, games would crash every 10 minutes, and there was always weird artifacting in games. There have been a few driver updates since I bought the card in January, and each update has drastically improved the performance and stability of the card, and now it runs everything perfectly.The card is quiet, temps are low, and it isn’t too hard on the eyes. There are cheaper 5700XT cards out there, but none give as good performance as this one out of the box. I have a second rig with an RTX2070 Super, and this card gives the same performance for about $100 less.This is my first AMD GPU, but if AMD continues to give value like this card in the future, I’ll probably keep choosing them over Nvidia.

  14. Gregg M

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    No regrets.

    If you’re not in a rush for a new gpu, wait for the new AMD RDNA2 gpus coming out this October. You’ll get even better bang for your buck. But if you can’t wait, I would not hesitate to recommend this 5700xt by PowerColor. I was very worried about running into some of the driver issues that seem to have plagued these gpus over the years, but so far I have no problems with this particular make/model and the most current available driver for it. Running it along with a Ryzen 5 3600 CPU on an Asus x570 Prime Pro mobo. No crashes, no problems… although it’s only been running a few weeks in a brand new build. Will update if needed, but very happy with this product.

  15. Elc

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    One of the best versions of the 5700XT on the market

    Powercolor did a great job in designing this card, performs great with good temps and nice features like the fans turning off when not being stressed.getting a max of 75C GPU 80C Mem at stock settings, which are great for an air-cooled card. (under 70 is usually the realm of water cooled, 70-80 is very good, 80-90 is warm, 90-100 is uncomfortably warm, anything over 100 is unacceptable due to max temp being 105C)the 5700 XT in general is a situation of great hardware, shaky software. the AMD drivers need a lot more work when it comes to stability and consistency, but that isnt really Powercolor’s problem, thats an AMD problem.A bit of a warning if you plan on getting this card, this is a chunky boy, it weighs a good amount, and the size is not insignificant. With that chunkiness, you get a hefty heatsink to cool the card.

  16. Cameron Fritz

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    PowerColor DELIVERS with this GPU!

    I’ve been very impressed with this GPU. I’m approaching 5 months of use and I’ve had ZERO issues. I read over and over about “driver issues” and everything else prior to purchasing this card. I installed it, downloaded video drivers, and that was it. I’ve run games like Sea of Thieves, Rocket League, New World, Warzone, Guild Wars 2, Hell Let Loose, Remnant: From the Ashes, and many others. It shreds them all. There are times where the card can be slightly louder and read close to 80 degrees Celsius when at full load. I can recall MAYBE once when a program crashed due to the stress on the card. I’ve had a great experience with my PowerColor Red Devil RX 5700-XT and I have full trust in buying from this manufacturer. Thanksfor a PHENOMENAL product.

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  17. Daniel Cohen

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great care at 439.99

    The GPU market is messed now. Got this card at retail as I wanted an AMD card for a new build and the 6000 were not out and I had a feeling they would be impossible to get for some time. (Had no clue) Was going to then use the 5700xt in another build. However, looks like I will be using this card into Q2 and may just skip the 6000 cards and hope for better fall 2021. If you can get this card close to MSRP it’s great but don’t pay $200 over MSRP. AMD is putting pressure on the GPU market with improvements and this was a good start.

  18. itrueman

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    don’t buy it, just walk through

    It does not work stable in Battlefield 5 & COD Modern Warfare.It crashes all the time due to DirectX errors. I’m lucky if I have 2 hours of a play time without a crash.But, I found a solution: de-install AMD application/drivers -> works very stable, zero crashes at all, downside – performance is lower by 30%. Instead of 100-120 FPS I’m getting 70-80 ( I play all “ultra” on 1440p ).the rest of my configuration:Motherboard: Gigabyte Auros i570-proCPU: Ryzen 5 3600CPU coller: be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4Ram: HyperX Fury 32GB 3466MHz DDR4 CL16 DIMMPower Supply: SilverStone Technology SX800-LTI 800WOS: Win 10 proMonitor: ASUS ROG Strix XG279Q or AORUS FI27Q-P 27Case: Lian Li TU 150my thermals are great, I also added 4 extra noctua fans, so it has more than enough air to breath. CPU never goes above 60C, GPU when overclocked is 70C-80C.It deferentially goes back once I receive Gigabyte RTX 2070 Super Gaming OC.Update: I’ve just get it ( rtx 2070 super ), it is buttery smooth, no crashes, fps always at max 144 even with RTX on in COD ).It just works!It delivers better performance, it is noticeable quieter ( 10 db difference, it is really a big difference) , it is smaller, less weigh, less power consumption… Gigabyte RTX 2070 Super Gaming OC definitely worth extra 100$, do NOT buy AMD!!! not for 439…, 5070XT should be priced closer to RTX 2060 S.speculation: I saw first reviews of AMD 5700xt ( I think it was jay2cents ), the performance was exactly the one I see when I uninstall AMD drivers/soft. Jay then sad that AMD issued a soft update bursting the performance + 30%. I think, AMD did a software trick, so the card become CPU hungry, that explains why some folks get the problem resolved once they set a CPU priority to high & above in task manager for a particular game.

  19. Jacob

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Game on.

    I love this GPU. It puts in work. Does what it says it will do and the great thing is that it looks great doing it too.The price is probably the best you’d get for its performance range. Since all the 2070s etc are being price scalped like mad.I was super hesitant at first to try an AMD card since I had had a msi 5700xt and had to RMA it after only 2 days. This powercolor card is great.Runs well on a 700w thermaltake supply paired with a AMD Ryzen 7 3700x. It definitely can heat a room though. So get a well vented case or have plans for cooling it down.

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  20. Gabe

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Well Built, Worth the Money.

    I haven’t been able to run serious tests due to my current monitor, which I will update when I receive it on Monday, but I will say this Graphics Card is a monster; it’s heavy, letting you know that it was well put together, it is not loud at all, in fact, my stock CPU cooler for my Ryzen 2700X is significantly louder, however this may be subject to the workload as I was mentioning earlier. It is a foot long, so I would advise insuring that this only goes into a mid or full tower. After running tests, it actually contends with and in some tests exceeds the performance of Nvidia’s 1080TI, so it is well worth the money. I will update this after I receive the new monitor so I can give better feedback on how this powerhouse handles the load.

  21. JosueJosue

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Monster of a card

    Let me start by saying this do not pay attention to people saying that the card has problems with the drivers, before I bought this card I read a ton of reviews here saying that the drivers were unstable and the card crashed and a lot of bad things and I said well lets take that risk, and boy it was worth it. This card is a monster literally it will crush every game you throw at it, I haven’t tested the card to it’s full potential but I’ve been playing Assassins Creed Syndicate, World War Z, Fortnite and Watch Dogs in 1080p 60ghz everything ultra details witch is like a walk in the park for this card, always pushing past 100 fps.I installed my last drivers and I had no problems, the only thing I can say about this card is that it is powerful man. I upgraded from a RX 580 8GB and I can feel the difference.Physically this card is so big and it looks aggressive, I feel like if I throw it at somebody I might cause serious injuries you can use this thing as a weapon. It has RGB lights and those are bright, look really nice. The backplate is awesome it has a bull craved on it and it lights up, also the back ports are lit in red. There is a software Powercolor devilzone that let’s you configure the lightning of the card, you can configure the lights to do all sorts of things like pulse, flash, blink but the coolest in my opinion is smart, this lightning mode varies it’s intensity depending on the load or temperature of your CPU or GPU. You get 1 hdmi port and 3 DP.This card has a switch that let’s you configure the card in two modes: overclocking and silent, of course I have mine in overclocking.Also the card makes no noise and it runs cool the most hot it gets is 70c under load.I’ll continue to update this review as time passes and I have the chance to push this bad boy to it’s limit to see how much performance I can get out of it. I’ll buy a 1440p monitor soon and then I’ll be able to test 1440p resolution and see if I can play everything on ultra and keep at least 60 fps.Prosperformanceoverclocking/silent switchRGB Lightsruns coolMy PCAMD Ryzen 7 1700 3.0 mhz (overclocked to 3.7 mhz) stock cooler.(want to upgrade to a Ryzen 9 3900x).Asus Rog Strix 450-f Gaming motherboard32GB corsair vengeance lpxSamsung 970 pro ssd 512GBNZXT 510 case750w modular power supplyPowercolor RX 5700 XT 8GBwindows 10Update 5 month later:Amazing card, I play resident evil 3 this is 2020 game and the graphics are something like you’ve never seen before in 1080p 60fps everything in ultra this games pushes the card to 100% 😧 this game is really demanding and it looks like a movie, I think this is the most demanding game I’ve ever played AAA Game.I also play Detroit become human everything ultra, graphics on this game are incredible.I dont think there is a game I can’t play on ultra 1080 60fps. If a games comes out that I can’t play I’ll let you know but until 2023 or 2024 maybe there will be one.If I could buy the ryzen 9 3900x CPU that I want I would have a monster PC, I thing I have a bottleneck on my CPU but I can’t afford the ryzen 9 beast.

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  22. Logan hoover

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Speed

    Works really well running games

  23. Meredith

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    This card managed to ruin every display I plugged into it

    I bought this card to replace my Radeon AMD RX 580 4gb card. Plugged it in, made sure my drivers were good, and noted that 1 of my 3 displays was very blurry and stretched. I opened up the display settings and found that suddenly that display was showing as a “Generic PnP” monitor. I turned off the PC, unplugged that display, and started it back up with just the two good ones. Now one of the two I had was doing the same thing, plugged into a different display port. While the computer was on I unplugged both displays from the GPU and swapped the ports to see if I could isolate the problem to a display port. Nope, swapped the cables and the same monitor that was bad was still bad…but now the third one was doing it too. Now I had 3 24″ displays stuck in 640×480 resolution with no way to change it. Resolution option greyed out in display settings and AMD software wouldn’t allow me to set a custom resolution for the displays to trick it back to 1080p.I completely uninstalled the AMD drivers and reinstalled them. This did nothing to fix the problem.I ended up connecting a small TV to the card via HDMI and when it was plugged in by itself, it was working just fine. It recognized the display and allowed me to change the resolution at will. With the tv plugged in I plugged one of the bad displays in again and it was still stuck at 640×480 and unrecognized. While they were still on I swapped the HDMI cables…and suddenly the TV was bumped to 640×480 and no longer recognized.I brought another computer up and plugged it into one of the displays having problems via HDMI and it was stuck at 640×480 on the other computer as well. I unplugged the HDMI connection and connected via DVI, and everything worked fine. New system recognized the display and allowed me to adjust the resolution. Switch back to HDMI cable, and unrecognized.I went back to my PC and pulled the new GPU and put the old GPU back in. Connected the displays via HDMI and they were still bad. Plugged the old GPU back into the TV I had, and thankfully the TV came back in 1080p.Based on everything I’ve tested, and everything I’ve tried, the only conclusion I can come to is that this graphics card is somehow corrupting the EDID information on any display it connects to. I now have a $440 graphics card I’m afraid to plug into anything else, and $400 worth of displays that no longer work through their HDMI connection.I’ve already contacted Amazon support and they’re shipping a replacement…but now I have to go out and buy all new monitors and HOPE that this doesnt happen again with the new GPU and whatever displays I buy.This is the worst possible outcome I could have expected from buying what should have been a simple GPU upgrade.UPDATE – I got in touch with Amazon and they replaced the faulty card next day. I replaced the card and used Display port to DVI connectors and got all 3 of my monitors working again. They will still not work on HDMI after the previous fiasco however.The new card hasn’t fried anything, so thats good… and the gaming performance is great. If I had this from the onset it’d be an easy 5 stars, but the fact that none of my displays HDMI ports work anymore, and that it took two cards to fix the situation… 3 stars.

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  24. Markham

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    There is good reason why everyone wants one of these cards. 11/10 Best purchase I ever made!

    The first thing I want to mention is the look of this card. It is absolutely stunning! Something you need to keep in mind is the fact that, in online pictures and videos, the card looks like it has a dark and light grey colour scheme. However, in person, it actually has a black and dark grey colour scheme. In my opinion, pictures and videos of this card simply don’t do it justice. It is a stunning and stealthy card that has quite the presence about it. If you are concerned that this card has a ‘plastic’ look to it, don’t worry, in person it looks more like metal and immediately gives you the impression of quality. The RGB is a great touch and brings a lot of extra style to this card. The LED’s are a very nice brightness and their colour accuracy is spot on. One thing I will make note of are the RGB animations. Some of these animations are not quite as smooth as they could be, however, I think this might be a software issue and will possibly get smoother out in the future.Performance is phenomenal! I can throw any triple-A title at it and it remains cool and virtually silent, all the while cranking out frames like nobody’s business. I won’t say too much more about performance as you can find many tech YouTubers who will give you all the stats and graphs you will need. I will say, however, that coming from a laptop that would practically have a stroke if I opened anything beyond MS Paint, the 5700 XT Red Devil is an amazing experience and has been well worth every cent.I also want to make a quick note of PowerColor. You see, because of the high demand for these cards, as well as other circumstances, PowerColor was not able to keep up with all of the orders being place (particularly in the US). So, like many others, I had to wait over a month to get my card. However, during this time I came in contact with three PowerColor representatives (one on Twitter, one on Reddit, and one via email), and they were all fantastic with keeping myself and the whole community (especially those on Reddit) up to date and informed about the situation. I’m going to be honest here, I had several opportunities to order a few different 5700 XT’s and have them at my front door within a couple of days, all the while I waited for the Red Devil with no word. But it was because of the openness, honesty, and sincerity of PowerColor and its representatives that I stuck with my order and waited it out. One thing is for sure, PowerColor has made me a very loyal customer.

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  25. Dustin G.Dustin G.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I bought it and modded it…

    I absolutely love this card. I’m sure a few of you have already guessed right now that the modification you think I did was put a water block on for the air cooling solution and you are absolutely correct. I added an Alphacool gpu block specifically for this model card. Gaming with my setup I get pretty damn good fps in some of my favorite titles including Star Citizen, Ghost Recon: Breakpoint (now that they finally fixed that game), Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order among others.With the air cooling solution I was seeing temps reach into the mid-to-upper 70’s which is just fine for your average computer user/gamer. However when playing games that will put you at over 70% gpu usage you will be able to hear the fans whirring. If you’re using a good headset instead of speakers you shouldn’t be able to notice it too much. Use of speakers may or may not affect this aspect of the experience, but I am not 100% certain as there are only one or two situations where I actually use speakers and those don’t stress the gpu enough to cause the fans to ramp up.Now there are some reports of issues with AMD’s drivers. I personally have not had any issues except when I would manually overclock the VRAM and power limits. However, just because I’m not experiencing the problem described by a lot of users does not mean you will not. I simply got lucky. If you really want one of these cards but are afraid of the possibility of those crashes then I would wait until a new driver version comes out. Current version as of this writing on 24 Feb is Adrenalin 2020 Edition 20.2.1.The only reason I will upgrade from this particular gpu any time soon is because Big Navi actually gets released and a more powerful card becomes available at which time this bad boy becomes my wife’s. With my Ryzen 9 3950X this card is a great match, but could be better. However, it’s currently the best AMD has to offer and I can’t complain about it.

  26. Philupmycup

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    A Winner I Hope?

    I have a Nvidia RTX 2060 Super I was running but for $20 more I saw these cards are getting close to 2070 Super speeds which is awesome price/performance value and should future proof my PC for 1440p game for the next 2-5 years so I figured I’d give this card a shot. I read AMD Cards are finicky with the drivers. First time I tried to install it I removed all my old Nvidia drivers with DDU then put this card in and installed the most recent AMD drivers right off the site and my screen went dark tried playing around with bios settings etc could get the screen to come back up. I removed the card and AMD drivers with DDU and put my old Nvidia card back in and reinstalled those drivers everything was fine again. Was going to return this but gave it one more shot did a complete clean of my windows boot SSD and ran DDU to remove anything left again by Nvidia then put the card back in this time I ran the installer directly from the AMD software on the disc included in the packaging then updated the drivers/software after that and so far it seems to be stable for now. Card does look beautiful. It is massive though so make sure you have a large case. I also dropped it down an additional star because it said it comes with a game either BL3 or new Ghost Recon and I should get a code by email if you ordered it through Amazon.com seller. Never got the code and now in my order details it’s not showing up there that I should be receiving that “gift” anywhere. Pretty shady. I’ve ordered cards through other sites for other builds and had no problems with that before and got the code within a day of purchase. I’ll update ta star again if that gets worked out but not holding my breath.Update 10/22/19: I updated it 1 Star I got the game code and am impressed by the card. I like it better than the 2060 super thus far.

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  27. Sharpshooter

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Wonderful card….but

    I got this card two days ago and here it goes. The card is beautiful! No problems get it going at all. It’s quiet and I have it on my desk, about 2-3 feet away from me. I replaced my old R9 390 Gaming from Gigabyte which was phenomenal for about 3 years and I wanted to try something new. The first game I wanted to try was GTA V and Watchdogs. With all settings Maxed on both of course. I felt I gained about 20 or so FPS on both games, nothing earth shattering, but I was expecting more. But maybe my system is creating a bottleneck somewhere I don’t know.I tried to do a benchmark and it failed every time with an error that no 3d device was found or something like that. I spent most of the weekend researching, but nothing seemed logical. At first Watchdogs wouldn’t run at all and that took hours of research as well, as most posts are from 4 years ago or so. I contacted Uplay and they told me to do the usual stuff, check for drivers, .net stuff, etc. Nothing worked.I then contacted Power Color and it took 2 days to get a response. I got a one sentence response from what seemed like a human being and the rest of the email was a generic tank response about trying different things. Yes, even checking into my power supply to make sure it is on the list. And yes, even do a fresh install of Windows 10. I replied back that their instructions were ridiculous and I got a response right away to call a phone number.Then I just happen to get an email from AMD today about the new driver that came out today. I did a clean install of the driver and boom, Watchdogs started working. I haven’t done a benchmark yet to see if I get an error, but my advice is if you have issues, wait for AMD drivers as they are coming faster and more frequent.I would give this card a 4th star, but like I said so far I am getting about 20 or so more frames than with my old card that is 3 years old, 4 if you count release date. If I were to get maybe 35+ FPS, I would give it a 5 star review despite my initial issue, which frankly I expected bumps on the road considering how new this card is.I have my motherboard, water cooler, case, and this card all with blue RGB static color and it looks elegant, and very nice. Perfect!The bottom of are my specs in case somone wants to make reference.i7 6700K CPU32 GB Corsair DDR4 RAM running 2100 MHZ (It can do 3000 MHZ, but my motherboard doesn’t act well with it)Phanteks Eclipse P300 case (not very big, but elegant)Gamdias Water cooler for CPUGigabyte Z270X-Gaming 5 otherboard

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  28. Dan Docherty

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing video card

    my current system is AMD Ryzen 3900X with Asus crosshair VI hero MB. I have the older VI hero as the system was originally built with a Ryzen 1800X. I have 32gb of corsair dominator 3200 ddr3 ram.I had 2 290X MSI cards in crossfire from my original AMD system that was built in 2013. these cards performed well for many years. I upgraded to the power color 5700XT as the 290X cards were 7yrs old and I could use more video 3d power. I was close to going with an Nvidia 2070 or 2080 but I wanted to support AMD as they have really turned the company around from the bulldozer type cpu 8150/8350 as that was my original system. I currently am running the corsair 1200AX power supply in a Obsidian 800D case. this makes space not an issue as this 5700XT is a large card. gaming performance I was able to turn everything on max detail on Dues Ex mankind dived and not only did the game run exceptionally well and frames looked amazing. I could visually see the difference in drawings and shadows. the noise level computer is way more silent and cooler. I saw some reviews where drivers were an issue. I just got the card on the 7th of july and using latest drivers from AMD. they installed without issue. I played 9 games for over 30 mins each without game crash or artifacts showing. my last Nvidia card was a 7800GTX SLI I have been using AMD GPU from 6970’s X2 thee 290X X2 this is my 1st single GPU setup in a long time and I was shocked by how much faster a single 5700XT was then 2 290 cards. not only faster but visually better looking as well.

  29. Sergio mendoza

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    These are great GPU and well made . Hopefully the new drivers fix the issue

    Im really upset at this graphic card from powercolor . I was so excited to be honest . Beautiful card . Down side to the card it crashes at everything. I just build my second build and never had a problem with my last amd graphics card. My second day it ran in a few games it worked for a few minutes than crashed. I did three fresh installs . All new pc components . I kept getting no signal and black screens . I’m really sad. I loved when the card works . It’s smooth. But it crashes way too much. I even order a second one of the same and it still crashed. The second GPU I got the RGB lighting didn’t even work correctly . I think it’s a driver issue from AMD. I hope they fix this soon. I also had an issue with AMD contacting me back for the two free games. You need to download this verification tool to verify the code is legit and it didn’t even work . It kept asking me to download the PvT tool. I might go to Nvidia .UPDATETHE card works . It was my motherboard was having a problem with the A-Xmp and game boost on . It crashed all my games . I fix it by tuning the memory timing and just turning the game boost. As soon I did that no more games crashing . The only thing Is my screen goes out of range or no signal a few times . They need to fix this . Everything works great. I did get another replacement too

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  30. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Drivers have been a non-issue for me and this is a terrific card for the price

    I had purchased a pc back in 2016 from Best Buy instead of building my own, and it came with a 750ti, which did me quite well until last year when I found it struggled with most games. I then bought my friends 980 from him and it also performed well. Then in late 2019 I decided to build my own pc and went AMD instead of Intel for my processor, and I couldn’t be happier with the performance upgrade over my old components. When I decided I’d like to get something to replace the 980 in order to future-proof, I was immediately drawn to the 5700 XT and the Red Devil specifically due to the reviews and history of PowerColor being a good manufacturer.I initially had some issues with Monster Hunter and getting what I believed to be the dreaded black screen error, only to find out that the new 1440p monitor I had purchased to go along with my new card was not plugged in all the way, or had come unplugged partially when I moved some things around. Check your cables! Other than that, the only issue I’d say that I have is that running two monitors (one 1440p at 120hz or 144hz, one 1080p 60hz) maxes out the memory clock. This doesn’t impact performance, but it does cause it to draw a little more power and run a few degrees warmer than it should at idle and doing basic tasks. This is a known issue with some AMD and Nvidia cards when running multiple monitors at different refresh rates though, so I can’t knock this card for it.If you’re looking for a new card but don’t want to shell out for a 2070 or above, this is it. And it’s certainly an upgrade from some other comparable cards as well.

  31. Gary Kuyper

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Almost Perfect

    It’s easy to forget how much is needed to be top of the line and it really feels like this card could be a turning point for it’s rival with Nvidia. Indeed a bit pricey, but it delivers. The software is noticeably different than the 500 series with less complicated OC’s and a more persistent fan. If you fine tune the fans, it can keep under 60c under load, but it will get a bit louder than the RX’s.There’s a few less bugs in this end than the mid range as well so runs more consistent. I’ve never used this model when the complaints were abound, but there must’ve been a big improvement by AMD. I had 2 RX590 XFX(fatboy)’s prior and this card still wins over by around 5% towards games optimized for crossfire. And of course, it’s much easier to setup without the added noise of XF so I feel pretty contempt with the one right here. If anything, I just might grab a good waterblock after a couple months to tone it down. Not necessary for performance gain, but pleasant.

  32. Jason Stevens

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great value for performance

    This card is a great value. Paired with a Ryzen 7 2700x and 16GB RAM this card delivers 90ish FPS on Jedi Fallen Order (high settings), 120 FPS for the Outer World’s (high settings), 120 FPS on Battlefield V multiplayer (med settings) and 170 FPS on Battlefront II multiplayer. These games all get the GPU around 65 C, +/- 6 C. Note that I bought a large case with lots of airflow, coolermaster mastercase 5, specifically to address potential temp issues associated with the 5700xt cards and I’ve never had an issue with high temps. Based on the observed performance over two months this card is a great value in performance/dollar. I recommend jayztwocents video from 2019 about this card on YouTube. It is also very quiet, even when the card bios is set to OC. The minor issues are with the AMD driver and the RGB software. The devilzone RGB is pretty bare bones and could be better. While not specific to this card, the AMD driver updates have caused issues, specifically Battlefield V, therefore I think it is worth mentioning in the review. Take proper precautions before updating to a new driver. All around great card

  33. EdwardEdward

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best bang for the buck

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     Finally received mine last week and I was impressed by how fast this thing runs. I am very pleased that this ran close to the msi gtx2080 trio I sent back to Newegg, which btw I would tell others to avoid like a plague due to terrible customer service.This card runs cool and ran smoothly with the updated drivers that so far I have not encountered any hicups.The card is huge so be sure your case can accommodate this, but the plus side is that you don’t have to worry about the card sagging.Overall I am satisfied with this card because it offers the best bang for the buck. You wont go wrong with this.Edit. Have this for a year now and i encountered the black screen glitch when playing video games.Had to reinstall the drivers, reboot the computer then updates and now runs greatUpdate: I have this card for 2 years now and I started having auto reboot crashes on my computer due to Wattman issues.Did several driver reinstalls to no avail but I realized the problem is due to overheating, so I replaced the Thermal paste and all is well again

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  34. connell

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for gaming until it crashes.

    Perfect for gaming except Minecraft java. Java runs on openGL which this card does NOT support so you will get a solid 6 frames to the gallon playing Java but you can run VR smooth as butter. Windows 10 edition runs fine. That aside there is also an issue where the graphical drivers will just up and fail on you either partially causing your game to crash or entirely crashing causing you to have to hard restart your whole system which is not only an inconvenience to gamers but is also unsafe for all the other hardware and data connected to that system. At this moment I’ve had my card about 3 months and at least 2-4 times a DAY have to restart it for crashing on me nevermind the times I come to my computer only to find it already crashed some time in the night or while I was at work. I plugged my old card back in for a week and the crashes stop. The Devil goes back in and they start up again. AMD has awful GPU drivers for some reason so if you want a reliable GPU, go spend it on an NVIDIA card instead. Stick with AMD for the CPUs though. They’re good at CPUs.

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  35. Joshua Massey

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    MW Warzone – Crashes

    I had very high hopes when ordering this after doing lots of research and listening to just about every review. The noise level and cooling of the card has been some of the best I have seen. However, AMD drivers are still garbage. I’ve always used NVIDIA cards in the past as AMD cards just always had issues with drivers for certain games. I was convinced by all the reviews and benchmarks that they have finally got their act together. When playing Warzone the game will just freeze and crash. This could happen just as the match starts are sometime 10-15 minutes into a match. I have spent several hours on the phone with tech support from both Powercooler/AMD who wants to point the finger at the Infinity Ward to only spend hours working with tech support from Infinity Ward to say it is Powercooler/AMD’s issue. I’ve updated all drivers throughout my system but nothing seems to work. For whatever reason, there appears to be some sort of issue between the drivers of the Powercooler and Infinity Ward. I’ve had to return the card as I just cannot continue to go back and forth between the two.

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  36. Justin

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Great up until

    Everything was going great with this card when I first got it. The first week was flawless, the second week the problems started to arise. The first problem I noted was when it went to sleep it neglected to come back on, this could have been from the tv no recognizing it but the issue was consistent. The second issue was an audio issue with the HDMI port. I was in the middle of a game and it glitched out and crashed and started getting an electronic echoing sound from the tv. After doing some research found out it was the HDMI port on the GPU. I fixed it by getting some speakers and using the mobo audio out. The next issue happened just last night and I’m calling it a quits on this card. It froze after an hour of gameplay on Destiny 2 and froze the entire PC. The only way I got out of it was by logging out and logging back in. I just picked up an RTX 2070 Super, about to see how much that one loves me. Don’t get me wrong this is a great card, I’m just not going to sit and wait around for AMD to get their drivers fix. They have had a whole year to get this fixed.

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  37. Tony Salame

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Redeeming the code was EASY.

    Wow, WOW… The people on here… SO. Here is my experience. Ordered. Arrived EARLY. Waited 48 hours for the code. It didn’t get emailed. So what did I do?? I googled “Amazon Customer Service phone number”, found 1 (888) 280-4331, and the I was NICE to the HUMAN on the other end of the line because it’s NOT THEIR FAULT, and what happened next? They put me on hold, made some calls, tried to figure it out, (There is a special department responsible that you don’t get phone access to.), I didn’t have to fill out any other forms, and the whole process took less than an hour. Finished the call around 7:00PM EST and received the code by 5:00AM the next morning. BOOM. The card is great. I’m happy with my purchase.

  38. Nevan

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    So far so good

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     This card met my expectations in performance and visual quality. The card is “Red Devil” meaning it’s a top of the line PowerColor product. If you have ever been skeptical of PowerColor product (like I have), know this card is a very very nice build. You know how cheap or well made a product is just by holding it. The only issue I had with this card was a noise that almost sounded like an electronic crackling noise. I fixed it by running DDU and wiping the drivers and then reinstall. So far so good.

  39. Sahil K

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Capable hardware, but CRAPPY software

    The red devil… it sounds great, but when you actually use it, the card tells a whole different story. I just built my pc and I’m trying to find the right card for it. Due to the next gen GPU shortage, I gave up on waiting and decided to try out some of the older ones, like this rx5700xt here.For $400, this gpu has great potential and raw processing power. However, the power isn’t put to great use because shadow of the tomb raider keeps crashing every 20 minutes. HDR gaming is also terrible because everything is dark for some reason. My PC also crashed multiple times on startup. Seriously, driver support is just terrible.I also think AMD is lagging behind when it comes to special technologies. FidelityFX doesn’t really do anything, compared to Nvidia’s DLSS, which significantly decreases heat in my RTX 2070 super.In conclusion, I would not consider buying an AMD GPU in the future, even if it means spending a little more money for an Nvidia. At least until they fix their software and drivers. I’m using an r5 3600, which is excellent. But not the GPUs.

  40. Christian Gomez

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Bought for my first PC build

    Pros:-Can run almost any AAA game at 60hz+ on 1440p (high to ultra settings)-Quality hardware-Triple fans and large heatsink keeps the card cool at almost 100% use (rarely goes passed 73c)-Quiet-Awesome design and the addressable RGB is a really nice touch (RGB software is stable and easy to use)Cons:-A large and heavy card (make sure it fits in your case before buying and get a support bracket)-Uses AMD drivers, which have a rough history (I’ve had a few game crashes on a couple of game)Overall:-This is one of the best, if not, the best RX 5700 XT model you can buy. It’s a great product for a reasonable price. I don’t hold my game crashes against the card, since it’s really AMD who is responsible. But the driver has been stable for me almost 99% of the time. As far as 5700xt gpu’s, I definitely recommend this one!

  41. DaveDave

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Patience!

    If you don’t have patience, go with the Nvidia 2070. This is a great card and it runs almost every gameI play on high to ultra settings. The only issue I have is crashing with modern warfare multiplayer.I feel this is not a problem with the hardware, but the drivers. This is a well built component that is very long,so buy a brace at time of order. I cut a piece of dowel to support end.I am going to stick with it and hope AMD fixes driver issues.

  42. Mhiller Ike

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Not worth the money.

    I’ll be completely honest i’ve had this GPU for awhile now and it just made me go back to my old GPU GTX 1060. This GPU is abolutely trash, most people wouldn’t say that but the Drivers constantly crash my games and my computer. I’ve gotten multiple BSD in a single day and it’s all GPU related. When the GPU works it works so good!! But when it doesn’t it such a pain in the a**. I wished I waited just a litttle bit to get the RTX 2070 Super. Save that money, and buy a Nvidia card, this GPU is so unstable right now, that everytime i play a game i worry my game would crash. Everything else is soo great, but the Drivers are a total sh*t. If you want that good value GPU then get this but it won’t be stable and will crash your computer multiple times, if you have stable gameplay then just get a Nvidia 2070 S. For just a little bit more.

  43. Christopher Anders

    2.0 out of 5 stars

    Constant Black Screens – Do not buy – Ignore claims about fixing the drivers

    After installing and using this card for roughly 5 months, I can safely say that it is a terrible product. It runs hotter than similar models. It has constant black screens and driver-related crashes despite running on a clean install of Windows 10 Pro. No amount of troubleshooting will fix this card, and you can check the thousands of complaints across every tech forum confirming my claims.I fell for the trap of listening to other users’ claims that it was a driver problem that would be fixed in an upcoming driver update. After installing the last 6 driver versions with clean installs (yes, I used DDU. Please stop telling people to waste time doing that), nothing has improved in the slightest.The card performs very well when it works. It just doesn’t work for more than a few hours at a time. It is just a defective product that should have been recalled, but instead Powercolor refuses to answer my emails or answer their support line to start the RMA process.If you don’t believe me, just Google “RX 5700 XT black screens” and enjoy scrolling through the thousands of forums with no working answers other than “send it back.”

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  44. Steven

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Pleasantly surprised

    Built a PC after console gaming for over a decade, didn’t want to spent $1k+ on a 2080ti, the Red Devil more than exceeded expectations.The drivers and software have had ZERO issues, I emphasize this solely because AMD’s drivers get a bad wrap, but I built this PC from the ground up, with the 3950x Ryzen 9 processor…I am skeptical to even upgrade to the newest gen… this thing slaps.

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  45. lewtman11

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good Hardware, Crappy drivers

    AMD Graphics drivers need to be updated. I had a lot of issues with weird beeping sounds when starting games. Battlefield V crashed consistently every few minutes. I had no issues in Starcraft 2. The hardware is great and I love the custom LED lights. Card ran very quiet and cool. Its a shame that AMD can’t get their drivers updated and working consistently. I installed all different drivers from Adrenalin 2020 Edition 19.12.2 to drivers from September. All had issues. I think I am going back to Nvidia….Sorry AMD……Get your drivers fixed and I may come back in the future.

  46. Bob

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The last GPU for overclockers

    The last modern GPU that gives you TRUE and COMPLETE control over voltage, power draw, boost behaviour, clocks, memory, etc. Nv cards have been utterly locked down since pascal so I refused to purchase them.Its sad that the card isn’t $250 as it should be given how small the die is and the age of 7nm. It costs them the same to make this as it did a RX 480 at launch.Now that amd has real income and can compete we will see a return to normalcy in the GPU space with 50%+ improvement in performance per $ each generation.This, the 5700, and used 1080tis are the only mid range GPUs worth buying for the time being.I have no regrets over my purchase.

  47. Customer

    1.0 out of 5 stars

    Glorified Paperweight

    Good hardware, bad software/drivers. Actually feel bad for powercolor here. When the card works it’s great. Also silent below 60C and quiet during game play. It looks good. You just can’t turn off the red lighting at the rear ports but you barely see it anyway if ever depending on where/how your case sits. BUT… I had a over dozen crashes in a single week due to video drivers. Yes I tried uninstalling and reinstalling multiple times. Yes I tried using older drivers. Yes I tried turning off certain settings. Yes I tried multiple power supplies. I switched back to my 1070 and have had zero issues since. How about you get your drivers in a functional state instead of trying to make your radeon software look/sound cool. Radeon chill is just an fps limiter. Multiple other stupidly named things that I forget atm. Games not being recognized and the compatibility/upgrades tabs are a joke. It doesn’t even recognize my 3700x (an amd processor) as ever being utilized so the overlay is worthless. How about not bundling your crap together like nvidia and maybe you’ll have less issues. I understand nvidia control looks like it was made for windows xp but using the meme here “It just works” with zero issues. Geforce experience is also optional unlike amd’s bloatware.I wanted this to work and hoped the software/driver issues I read about were behind them but sadly not. I even bought a 3700x to pair with it, which I like. I gave it two weeks of troubleshooting and online fixes but was not going to miss my return window. This is absolutely unacceptable a year after release and I don’t understand how anyone in their right mind is going to beta test “big navi” if it even comes out this year when “medium navi” doesn’t even work after this long.

  48. Ramon Goitia.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    A couple things to work it, but definetly a powerhouse!

    Can’t give a five star review as much as I want to, hardware-wise the card is an absolute monster and dead quiet.The fault here lies with amd and their drivers, instead of focusing on the system related issues, they gave the ui a visual overhaul so it looks pretty, but they haven’t dealt with the system bsod and black screens while having Enhanced Sync along with the other fancy features for these cards which are multiple. Once turned off though this card while chew up games and spit em out like nobody’s business. Don’t regret this purchase one bit.

  49. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Can’t go wrong!

    System Specs: Processor – AMD Ryzen 2700 (8 cores, 16 threads) @ 3.4 Ghz MSI Gaming Pro Plus X470 Motherboard 16 GB(2x8GB) Patriot DDR4 @ 3333Mhz ColorDragon RX5700 XT Red Devil 850W EVGA Gold 80+ PSUI swapped this out with an RX580 Armor Addition and I must say. I over doubled my frame rate in the new COD with this RX5700 XT, I am sitting at around 220 FPS in game with every setting maxed out. With out of box setting TimeSpy gave this GPU a score of just over 9000. All this is achieved without going about 60 degrees Celsius. This graphics card is one of the best customer cooler cards out there. I will update more once I have time to try some manual overclocking.

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  50. RagingRivers

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Drivers and weird glitches….but good performance

    I love the performance of the card. Coming from nvidia 1660 super it was a nice performance boost but my first experience with AMD drivers was ehhhhh. I performed all the clean wipe and install from the previous graphics card but had several random black screens and restarts. I have a good enough power supply and after looking up the issues and changing many settings on the computer my issues as of now have cleared up. I would have given it a 5 but driver issues and having the random restarts coming from a gpu that never gave an issue combined with AMD not having as good of a software package for optimization holds this back. Honestly leaves me wondering if the devil was good enough or if I should have waited for a better nvidia card.

  51. Winston Roig

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Esta tarjeta Gráfica es inigualable!!

    Compré esta tarjeta gráfica el 23 de septiembre del año 2020, o sea casi un año y 5 meses ($ 477.88 USD Total). Soy jugador casual y utilizo mayormente Steam Service para mis juegos. Juegos como Monster Hunter World Iceborne, Monster Hunter Rise, Dark Souls III, Path of Exile, Tomb Rider, Black Desert, Warframe, y otros más consumidores de recursos altos, todos corren de forma fantástica, sin un solo retraso. Es una tarjeta de una calidad extrema, tanto que ahora mismo solo la puedes conseguir de uso y al doble del precio de hace poco más de un año. Ha sido mi mejor compra en tarjetas gráficas en años.I bought this graphics card on September 23, 2020, which is almost a year and 5 months ($477.88 USD Total). I’m a casual gamer and I mostly use the Steam Service for my games. Games like Monster Hunter World Iceborne, Monster Hunter Rise, Dark Souls III, Path of Exile, Tomb Rider, Black Desert, Warframe, and other more high-resource hogs all run fantastic, without a single lag. It is a card of extreme quality, so much so that right now you can only get it used and at twice the price of just over a year ago. This has been my best graphics card purchase in years.

  52. Jovao do Santos

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I love this card, just don’t install MSI’s Dragon Center, it kills your computer.

    I had this card, I returned it because it was super hot (in a bad way), then I bought it back because I realized my computer chassis was just not good for air flow.I am learning like a noob geek with these new cards, and one thing I learned is that junction temperature is perfectly OK at 82°C, which I considered to be abnormally hot and that is why I returned it, along with the fact that my games were suffering of micro stuttering, so bad the frame rates were being affected badly; bad again, I learned the issue was not the fault of this card, but MSI’s Dragon Center!After I returned this card I bought the XFX thicc III 5700XT and found it to run even hotter and noisier, and the stuttering was still there. I formatted Windows, everything is clean, got Adrenaline 2020 drivers, all good; but when I installed MSI’s Dragon Center my game started to get stuttering. I couldn’t identify it was DC causing this because it didn’t immediately affect it, remember reading here in an Amazon review to not install DC or the computer will crush. I uninstalled it and the stuttering disappeared like magic.I returned the XFX card and bought this Red Devil card again and it has not failed once.Oh, and I changed chassis, too. I had the Thermaltake view 37 ARGB, found out everything was hot in this chassis, bought a few fans, didn’t work much (a topic for my review on that chassis). I returned it and bought the view 71TG and the Red Devil is now cooler than ever even without adjusting the fan curve, picking at 86°C junction temperature, and after a small fan curve adjustment it does not get any hotter than 72°C. Impressive how a chassis can hurt your system.I am super happy I got this baby back.

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  53. Carlos L.Carlos L.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Yeah you just can’t go wrong with an AMD build here

    I’ve done a lot of reading on these set 5700 XT series GPU’s. This aftermarket GPU is definitely on the higher end of the tier list. Thermals are great as said with OC and with your settings running at high or even ultra (all though I encourage 1080/1440 with low settings for that higher FPS) paired with a 165 hz free sync monitor+5700xt free sync you can’t go wrong! Don’t panic from the negative reviews chances are people just aren’t fully paired yet or optimized. These drivers and software they have here with the “GPU” specifically/. It’s a breeze like auto OverClock settings. Which I think it’s not needed to have on!(still do it!) Easily pushing 150-200 FPS on destiny/Witcher/apex/siege. With clutter on my screen as well as back ground applications 😉 just keeps pushing. I hate the word “budget friendly” with this build. It’s more that that. It makes it sound weak which it is not. Keep looking into fully optimizing all parts with AMD down to the monitorAnd it’s not that loud to me. It does make a sound but what power driving beast like this won’t ? But if you really wanna know it sounds like any other PS4 fan kicking in when it gets hot (which is fine!!!) jeez..3600 cpu (higher cpu after this Just means more future proof and currently extra background apps)Esports fan cooler (get a kraken water cool if you got $)Tuf gaming 570 pro mobo5700xt red devilTrident neo 3600mhz 32gb 4×4. (Just go with 2 sticks 16gb each)Ssd m.2 evo x2Sshd firecudaEvga 750watt fully modHue 2 NZxt plus stripsNoctua fans and thermal take rgb fansCable extensions(not needed)Msi monitor 32in curve 165hz opticRazor keyboard and viper wirelessCase h400 nzxt razed ed

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  54. R McL

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Linux Mint 20 System

    Hard product to review. The card itself is well built and the thermals are respectable, however it does run a 5 degrees warmer than the dual GTX 970s that it replaced. Also the temperatures for idle and load were 5-7 degrees warmer than the thermal tests I’ve seen on the internet. Thermals are not the most important to me, but noise is and the Red Devil is very quiet indeed. Unfortunately, on linux, the AMD drivers are a bit of a mess and to get both rendering, encoding, and gaming to work using the same driver is almost impossible, for the moment.In conclusion, if you are a content creator there is only one game in town and thats Nvidia. We can only hope AMD gets it’s act together and offers some competition in the future.Edited 10/23/2020 increased rating from 3 to 4 stars. I updated mesa and the open source amdgpu drivers to the most recent, installed just the opencl from the proprietary drivers, attached 2 separate power cables, instead of one cable daisy chained, and everything is working well. It took a few days, but it appears to be a great card. If you are willing to put in the effort, you will be rewarded.

  55. Phil

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    When it doesn’t Green Screen…

    Title says it all. Great card when it doesn’t green screen reboot my machine. I’ve had the card since March, 2020. Back then, it was priced reasonably at $439 on amazon–quite the contrast now. I feel fortunate that I bought the card when I did considering how crazy the prices are today because of mining. A monster at 1440p, and perfectly capable at 4k, as long as you don’t go nuts with the settings. The problem lies with the AMD Adrenalin drivers, at least on my system (3900x, MSI MEG Unify x570, G.Skill Trident Z 32GB 3600mhz RAM, EVGA Supernova 850 G5 PSU). I will get consistent green screen system reboots with this card. Some games don’t crash at all, while others will crash and reboot a few times a night. MS Flight Simulator 2020 and Valve titles seem to fall more victim to the crashing. As it happens, i just loaded Real Myst: Masterpiece Edition from Steam, and it green screened immediately (which is why I’m finally writing a review). Forget about playing TF2, that crashes multiple times during a gaming session. Although, Battlefield V has been rock solid with this card, so I’ve been a happy camper in that title. Before this, I ran a 980 Ti using the same exact hardware, never a single crash–clean install of Windows 10 when I upgraded to the 5700 XT. So, I guess your experience will vary. I for one, would not pay the crazy price the card is going for right now. I’m going back to nVidia when they eventually get stock (maybe never at this point). Overall, I’m generally happy with the card, but I’m knocking it down to 3 stars because of stability. I am getting over twice the performance of my old 980 Ti, so I feel it was worth the March 2020 price.

  56. BB

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Straight to the point review – 5700XT Red Devil

    First off, this card performs very well – its the AMD drivers you need to keep an eye out for. I bought this card to test out due to curiosity. I was using a EVGA 2070 Super.Noise – Very little noise. Zero coil squeal. Obviously, if you overclock the card, the fans will produce slightly higher amounts of noise. I game with headphones, so this is not a problem.Performance – Excellent. This card is powerful enough to run all my primary games at high or ultra settings. I tested on AC:ODY, Doom Eternal, Far Cry 5 & RDR2Thermals – I tested this card for 7 hours straight, and the temperature never got over 62 degrees Celsius. That is phenomenal.RGB – Plenty options to choose from, all look great.Bottom Line: I am not disappointed in this card. I think that if you are a true AMD fan, this card will satisfy your gaming needs. Coming from Nvidia, I was pleasantly surprised to see that AMD has finally released a stable version of their drivers and this card performed very well. The only negative I can think of is the size of it. this card is massive, and you should ensure that your case can fit it properly.Setup:1) Case: Corsai 220T2) CPU: Ryzen 3700X3) Mobo: Asus 570X Elite

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  57. MuffinMan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very happy I got this card!

    I am so glad I bought this card. I researched graphics cards for a while before deciding to go with this card. Graphics cards are so expensive, and I aas concerned I would be disappointed going away from NVidia and I read many reviews on these cards where people had issues with the drivers, and games were crashing. Its always hard to tell when reading a review if the product is at fault or the user is doing something wrong. This graphics card is huge compared to my last one but it did squeeze into my case. Installation of the drivers went smoothly. I installed the drivers that came with the card and then immediately did an update. I did the express installation and set my card to game mode in the AMD driver software. I have played a lot of games with this card for long hours and I have not had one issue with games crashing. I am usually maxing out my frames per second at 144 which is the max my monitor will do. Some games are slightly under 144, but I have my settings mostly maxed out so if I really cared I could lower my settings and probably max out my frames. I have been monitoring temps and they are right where you would expect under extreme load and at idle. On top of being a good performer the card looks nice and is great quality. I recommend this card to anyone who likes to game as much as I do and cannot afford the NVidia 2089ti.

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  58. kim butler

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Great card the second time

    I got this card for Christmas from a nameless family member. I uninstalled my old nvidia drivers (I had an msi gtx 1060 3gb prior) with DDU and installed the current amd drivers from their website. After that I hopped into red dead redemption 2 and immediately saw a huge step up in graphics and frame rate. I was hitting around 80 FPS with high and some ultra settings enabled, which I was happy to see. This card took whatever I threw at it like a champ and hit a maximum temperature of around 72C under full load which to me was incredible. I also saw on YouTube that this card was on par with a 2070 super from nvidia or a little lower for the amazing price of $440 as opposed to some 2070 super’s which were around the $600 mark which was an amazing deal. The next day however the card would freeze up and wouldn’t budge unless I restarted my computer, which would happen every estimated 30 minutes. I reseated my ram, which helped, and I also noticed that the card wasn’t thermal throttling at all. After this issue kept happening, I decided to send it back for a replacement and for the past few days it’s had no issues so far so I think I’m in the clear. I’m really impressed with how this card runs and how fast and good looking this card is. The card is a nice sleek gray and black with a few rgb lights in there but it’s not excessive at all in my opinion. The card also is king of big, as it fit in my atx sized case fine but maybe not so much for micro-atx or itx builds. The card is also quite heavy but wasn’t a problem for my motherboard to hold up.tl; dr: the card is quiet, sleek and runs cool however it is big, heavy, and may have some technical issues regarding drivers, not hardware performance.

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  59. Adam Boyd

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Got more and less than I wanted at the same time.

    Long time green team member here that made the jump. The last time I used a AMD GPU was the Radeon 9200m, so its been awhile. I replaced 2x 970GTX in SLi with the RX 5700XT and am super happy with my new found GPU horsepower. That’s about it for the positives, “its more powerful than my last gpus”. But, everyone was right and I didn’t know how right they were until I got my hands on one…. AMD’s driver support and GPU control is absolute trash. The Adrenalin software is just garbage compared to even the plain ol Nvidia panel. I don’t need my GPU control software to flash ads everywhere . AMD tried to make Adrenalin an all in one, but just made everything so convoluted and scattered. GPU settings should be upfront and the foremost purpose of this software, yet settings and controls are buried behind useless junk in un-intuitive tabs and windows making it a real pain to troubleshoot performance in games. And… games crash, PC locks up, flickering, black screens, etc. like all the time. Every time the event logs show its from a GPU driver crash, regardless of what version it is. Lastly, this wont be an issue for a lot of people, but I can’t overstate how much CUDA does for rendering. I am, well, was a heavy blender user and holly molly is gpu rendering out the question without nvidia CUDA. If you use Cycles forget using AMD. I knew the 5700xt wouldnt hold a candle to the 2070super in physical based rendering but to not even touch the performance of a single 970gtx is something I was not expecting. Would I recommend, no. Spend another $100 and get a 2070super.

  60. SionSion

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing and beautiful

    Bear in mind while reading this I actually wanted to get the 6000 XT series when it dropped, but they sold out. So my second go to was this. And I AM NOT disappointed. This is an amazing graphics card. Not only does it have a sexy RGB on it, which is compatible with any chroma devices/apps, it’s “Silent Mode” is amazing. I literally don’t hear my PC at all. When I’m going to sleep I can rest peacefully with my beautiful RGB and absolute silence. I haven’t tried the “OC Mode” or “Over clock” as I’m not really interested in ever doing that, as my games already run at 200+FPS. (I mainly play Valorant, Destiny 2 (which runs at 170-200) and Code Vein among others games, albeit they aren’t really big games that are meant for crazy graphics and FPS. Downfall is y’all are getting this for the scalper price when I got it for 475 on Amazon a while back. All in all though, this is an amazing GPU. I highly recommend for gaming.

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