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I absolutely love this gpu not the most powerful but runs great with oc 70-74c in the case. no problems with drivers that I’ve encountered .. Price point / power over 2060 2070 super the 5700xt slips in there as a solid but cheaper alternative to Nvidia ... With the 3080s and the new AMD GPUs on there way this is still one hell of a solid awesome looking gpu ... highly recommend.. definitely will be stalking the PowerColor website in hope of a red devil 6900xt!
I purchased this GPU in May 2020 because visually in my opinion it is probably the best looking GPU on the market. More importantly all reports suggested that the PowerColor Red Devil Radeon Rx 5700 Xt was the best GPU for its price bracket & it had great reviews. However I instantly starting having issues with my PC freezing & crashing once it was installed. I have a very good gaming setup & know what I'm doing so I did all the necessary troubleshooting etc however after some lengthy research I discovered that there seems to be a lot of reports from people having the exact same issue with this GPU. So I contacted PowerColor directly over a month ago & I have still not received any response from them.
Was a little hesitant to get a 5700 XT for my new build after all the driver issues I've read but I couldn't resist buying this one for $625 AUD! I've had it 3 weeks and had absolutely zero issues at all. Plays every game I throw at it at 1440p @ HIGH no dramas. Usually 100fps+. Amazing temps and stays very quiet!
The card itself is terrible. Been troubleshooting with AMD & Powercolor since I received the GPU. They have advised to seek refund but, because of the way Amazon returns work I need to wait until I have funds for another GPU before I can send it back. Otherwise I won't be able to stream/record gameplay at all.
There were a lot hype and great review for this card since launch. And it wasn't disappointing when I finally managed to get it at a decent price. The performance is great. Thermal is excellent and the fans hardly spin up even at the highest setting for new games such as Gears 5 and The Outer Worlds. Definitely the best RX5700 XT to get (until Sapphire Nitro+ get down to the same price)
Note: at the time of writing, the driver software is still a bit unstable. If you are moving from a Nvidia GPU to this, it's best to DDU the old Nvidia driver and software in safemode, before you install the AMD driver. Otherwise you might encounter a lot of issues.
Ok,for all the negatives I have heard, ai have had very few issues with this card, in fact, other than red dead redemption 2 having a snow glitch, this card has performed outstandingly well for me.Having moved from a 2070 that I used in an older build, this was my first and card and I was blown away with how much better the software customisation GUI is (amd adrenaline) compared to nvidias aged interface. With a balanced rig, this card will more than satisfy up to 2k high refresh gameplay, and I have been using it with a 60hz 4k her monitor aswell , in Modern warfare it will allow stable 80 to 100 fps with medium to high/ultra mixed settings.There is also a nice mix of metrics that will help you find out which settings to tweak for the gameplay situation (eSports/entertainment),even per game frame adverages can all be seen in game through the app overlay.As for the red devil, it's well built, and I have it in the overclock mode(it is a switch on the card, on by default) with amds auto enhancement also enabled, and have had no issues in any long gaming sessions.Be sure to have a power supple that can handle this well, I would suggest and 850 watt , this way if your cpu is factored into the power budget it will have the power required- I say this as I have read a lott of people having supposed "issues" with these cards and it's plain to see they simply have not researched the required power needed for the complete build.To summ it up, this card is a great high end, unless you want to pay a thousand for the 2080ti, or 700 for the soon to be obsolete 2080 super.
Extremely powerfull card for the price. Amazing aesthetics and runs smoothly. Most important thing is it runs quietly. Comes overclocked from factory for extra boost. Truly a brilliant card that wont let you down in any way.
I had high hopes for this graphics card. Bought this as an update to my aging AMD R9 290. Made sure it was compatible with my Z97 motherboard and my Corsair 750 watt power supply would be powerful enough. First crash came very soon after I had got the drivers updated to latest. I am unsure whether this is a AMD driver issue or a bad card. However, after not finding a reliable way to replicate the crash consistently and having followed so many 'how to fix rx 5700xt crashes' posts. Card seemed powerful enough but couldn't take the grief from my other half about losing progress in games.
I'd been playing rfactor 2 for about a year on an AMD system, with a Rx580 handling graphics on my triple monitors and it seemed to cope OK (on low settings). However the latest official rf2 mods, esp the gt3 cars, were causing severe stuttering, making it almost unplayable. I didn't want to spend a fortune on nvidia stuff, and my system is amd anyway, so I looked at the rx5700xt. Around £100 cheaper than equiv nvidia. Delivered quickly, fitted straight in, worked from the off. Rf2 now runs at max on nearly everything, with the gpu peaking around 75% and managing an easy 90 fps. Word of warning, I tried modifying settings in the amd radeon software and it was terrible, at least as bad as the rx580. A factory reset and all was lovely again. All in all, great card for what I use it for (which is ONLY rfactor 2), good value, and performs very well.