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ASRock Radeon RX 5600 XT 6GB Phantom Edition Graphics Card £309.43 cclcomputers eBay
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ASRock Radeon RX 5600 XT 6GB Phantom Edition Graphics Card £309.43 cclcomputers eBay

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Posted 28th JanEdited by:"sarden84"

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ASRock Radeon RX 5600 XT 6GB Phantom Edition Graphics Card

This tripple fan edition of the Asrock normal comes in at £329 mark, so a nice little saving compared to the general web.

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Polychrome SYNC

Create your own unique colorful light effects with the integrated ARGB LEDs. It can also be synchronized with your ASRock motherboards that support Polychrome SYNC.

Triple Fan Design

Triple fan design helps to optimize system cooling to reduce the operating temperature.

2.7-slot Design

Provides more area for the larger heat-sink to enhances the thermal capability to make the graphics card cooler and quieter.

Stylish Metal Backplate

With the Phantom Gaming look, the stylish metal backplate on the Phantom Gaming graphics cards makes it more fancy in visual and solid in construction. Otherwise, the thermal pad at the backside also helps to enhance the thermal efficiency.

0dB Silent Cooling

Makes the fan stop when the temperature goes low for the complete silence.

ASRock Tweak

Provides the smart fan speed control and instant performance tweaking.

AMD Eyefinity Technology

AMD Eyefinity technology expands the traditional limits of desktop computing by multiplying your screen area. With multiple monitors, games become more immersive, workstations become more useful and you become more productive.

8K Resolution Support

Not only can it handles 4K graphics but also supports the next generation 8K video output for the ultimate visual experience.

Intelligent Sharpening Technology

Radeon Image Sharpening combines contrast-adaptive sharpening with GPU upscaling to deliver crisp looking visuals with virtually no performance impact.

Stunning Visual Fidelity

FidelityFX is a collection of high-quality post-process effects that automatically collapse multiple effects into fewer shader passes to reduce overhead and free up your GPU for the visceral experience you demand.

No Stuttering. No Tearing. Just Gaming.

Radeon Freesync* and FreeSync 2 HDR** take full advantage of Radeon RX 5000 series, bringing gamers the best stutter and tear-free gaming experience with higher refresh rates, lower latency, and 10-bit HDR, available on over 700 monitors.

*Radeon FreeSync technology requires a monitor and AMD Radeon™ graphics, both with FreeSync support. See amd.com/fre…ync for complete details. Confirm capability with your system manufacturer before purchase. GD-127
**FreeSync 2 HDR does not require HDR capable monitors; driver can set monitor in native mode when FreeSync 2 HDR supported HDR content is detected. Otherwise, HDR content requires that the system be configured with a fully HDR-ready content chain, including: graphics card, graphics driver and application. Video content must be graded in HDR and viewed with an HDR-ready player. Windowed mode content requires operating system support. GD-105

AMD Radeon™ Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition

The latest Radeon™ Software Adrenalin 2020 Edition introduces a completely redesigned user experience unleashing the full potential of your GPU, with day-0 drivers optimized for new game releases and a highly customizable gaming experience.
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Gormond28/01/2020 11:59

Save £10 and get the 5700 and flash it to a 5700 XT - …Save £10 and get the 5700 and flash it to a 5700 XT - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-radeon-rx-5700-gaming-oc-8g-3396375


i agree with you pal, but u know its cheaper then it usual is with the offer, not many cards are with that ebay deal though, as ive been saying this card is kinda like what the heck on price to the 5700/5700xt.. each to their own, its the mainstream talk about product right now though.
Gormond28/01/2020 11:59

Save £10 and get the 5700 and flash it to a 5700 XT - …Save £10 and get the 5700 and flash it to a 5700 XT - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-radeon-rx-5700-gaming-oc-8g-3396375


I forgot about that, worth it for the bump if you know what you're doing

For the benefit of others that don't know / aren't sure about this, I'd add that you should only do it if you're confident in doing so. A dual bios card is usually a good idea. I believe it voids warranty too, which of course you'd want to factor in.

If not, then buying the XT for the extra £10 would likely be a preferred.
Edited by: "Ken" 28th Jan
Ken28/01/2020 12:10

I forgot about that, worth it for the bump if you know what you're doing …I forgot about that, worth it for the bump if you know what you're doing For the benefit of others that don't know / aren't sure about this, I'd add that you should only do it if you're confident in doing so. A dual bios card is usually a good idea. I believe it voids warranty too, which of course you'd want to factor in. If not, then buying the XT for the extra £10 would likely be a preferred.


Even if you don't flash it, a 5700 is a better buy than the 5600 XT.

Also just backup the bios first and if you mess it up restore the old bios, more information here:

Edited by: "Gormond" 28th Jan
Gormond28/01/2020 12:16

Even if you don't flash it, a 5700 is a better buy than the 5700 XT.Also …Even if you don't flash it, a 5700 is a better buy than the 5700 XT.Also just backup the bios first and if you mess it up restore the old bios, more information here:[Video]


Just throwing the information out there so that anyone that comes across it has a little more insight on things like warranty. I've not had to flash a GPU in a long time, but it always felt risky, even if the process itself is relatively simple. I guess it's the nature with messing with a bios flashes though.

For the most part it's not a scary prospect for me personally, as I've been doing it for a long time. But for a new user, it might have them sweating a bit after splashing out a few hundred pounds. I've never had a component fail / brick when flashing, although it's possible, so popping any extra information was my main goal here.
Edited by: "Ken" 28th Jan
Ken28/01/2020 12:26

Just throwing the information out there so that anyone that comes across …Just throwing the information out there so that anyone that comes across it has a little more insight on things like warranty. I've not had to flash a GPU in a long time, but it always felt risky, even if the process itself is relatively simple. I guess it's the nature with messing with a bios flashes though. For the most part it's not a scary prospect for me persoanlly, as I've been doing it for a long time. But for a new user, it might have them sweating a bit after splashing out a few hundred pounds.I've never had a component fail when flashing, although it's possible and that's something I think should be mentioned.


Ohh yeah I agree, it's not for everyone.
Cold when various 5700 cards are cheaper. This is significantly more than even MSRP.
Look at this POS design that has one of the fans just sitting out in open air, LMAO.
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