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GIGABYTE RADEON RX 5700 Gaming OC - Amazon £299.99
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GIGABYTE RADEON RX 5700 Gaming OC - Amazon £299.99

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Posted 16th Dec 2019

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Does anyone have knowledge on how this would handle 1440p games at Max settings?
gr3avesy16/12/2019 13:24

Does anyone have knowledge on how this would handle 1440p games at Max …Does anyone have knowledge on how this would handle 1440p games at Max settings?


Would depend on the game...

Iirc it's about the same as the 2060
Qq12121216/12/2019 13:45

Would depend on the game...Iirc it's about the same as the 2060


Googled it. Appears sit right between the 2060 and 2060 super.

With very little difference....which suggests the 2060 super is a moneygrab. What a surprise
gr3avesy16/12/2019 13:24

Does anyone have knowledge on how this would handle 1440p games at Max …Does anyone have knowledge on how this would handle 1440p games at Max settings?


60+ fps depending on the game. I suggest googling the games you want to play to find your numbers.
as a quick reference here's an October review from techspot

Techspot quick numbers
gr3avesy16/12/2019 13:24

Does anyone have knowledge on how this would handle 1440p games at Max …Does anyone have knowledge on how this would handle 1440p games at Max settings?


TechPowerUp did a breakdown of the performance, including what would happen if you applied the XT variant BIOS. Bear in mind however, this GPU doesn't have Dual BIOS so flashing is a little more risky than some of the more premium models which include this feature.

There's also a good break down of games on previous pages so would be worth whilst looking at the games you're looking to play and seeing how it performed. I have an XT and it performs very well at that resolution on most titles I care about.
Edited by: "Pulse_uk" 16th Dec 2019
My son recently bought an XFX DD version from CCL for this price, which does have the dual bios and which has been flashed with the XT bios. No idea how it's doing, though.

cclonline.com/pro…BwE
Thanks for the Info guys, much appreciated.
wpj16/12/2019 14:14

My son recently bought an XFX DD version from CCL for this price, which …My son recently bought an XFX DD version from CCL for this price, which does have the dual bios and which has been flashed with the XT bios. No idea how it's doing, though.https://www.cclonline.com/product/301061/RX-57XL8LBD6/Graphics-Cards/XFX-Radeon-RX-5700-DD-Ultra-8GB-Overclocked-Graphics-Card/VGA5711/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI06Xvm6q65gIVAuDtCh1_qAQ8EAYYAyABEgKuZfD_BwE


I know the XFX range of cards have had some issues with temperature performance on the XT range. From what I understand (from US based GamersNexus) they're offering warranty fixes for affected ranges - might be worth mentioning it if your son has had issues.

I think the gigabyte is better warranty and thermally wise but the dual bios is super handy for sure!
gr3avesy16/12/2019 13:24

Does anyone have knowledge on how this would handle 1440p games at Max …Does anyone have knowledge on how this would handle 1440p games at Max settings?



It's best to look at a ranking of all current graphics cards to see how it stacks up. According to Digital Foundry's GPU power ladder, the RX 5700 gets an average of 109fps at 1080p, 77fps at 1440p and 42fps at 4K. It depends a lot on the games though!

Source: eurogamer.net/art…ted
Edited by: "VelocityGirl" 16th Dec 2019
Pulse_uk16/12/2019 14:46

I know the XFX range of cards have had some issues with temperature …I know the XFX range of cards have had some issues with temperature performance on the XT range. From what I understand (from US based GamersNexus) they're offering warranty fixes for affected ranges - might be worth mentioning it if your son has had issues.I think the gigabyte is better warranty and thermally wise but the dual bios is super handy for sure!


That card has 3 years cover, so not too bad.
Pulse_uk16/12/2019 14:46

I know the XFX range of cards have had some issues with temperature …I know the XFX range of cards have had some issues with temperature performance on the XT range. From what I understand (from US based GamersNexus) they're offering warranty fixes for affected ranges - might be worth mentioning it if your son has had issues.I think the gigabyte is better warranty and thermally wise but the dual bios is super handy for sure!


Just to add, I don't think that there will be any temperature issues at the moment as the radiators are off in his room and the windows open!
Pulse_uk16/12/2019 13:50

TechPowerUp did a breakdown of the performance, including what would …TechPowerUp did a breakdown of the performance, including what would happen if you applied the XT variant BIOS. Bear in mind however, this GPU doesn't have Dual BIOS so flashing is a little more risky than some of the more premium models which include this feature.There's also a good break down of games on previous pages so would be worth whilst looking at the games you're looking to play and seeing how it performed. I have an XT and it performs very well at that resolution on most titles I care about.


I flashed the Bios of my 5700 Pulse. On its own it didn’t make much difference. You have to do a bit of work, but there is plenty of performance to gain.
Just overclock my will increase power beyond that of an Rx5700XT, but undervolt and increased clock (no memory tweaks) lifted my Watts by only 10W (to under 180W) and I get performance between 5700 and XT.
I have 1 bios on XT and one on vanilla. However, changing them does mean a longer reboot as it sees it as a change in GPU card. All for £272 a couple of months ago from Amazon Warehouse - the box had been opened.
Trigger pulled, cheers OP.
iceburglettuce16/12/2019 17:07

I flashed the Bios of my 5700 Pulse. On its own it didn’t make much d …I flashed the Bios of my 5700 Pulse. On its own it didn’t make much difference. You have to do a bit of work, but there is plenty of performance to gain. Just overclock my will increase power beyond that of an Rx5700XT, but undervolt and increased clock (no memory tweaks) lifted my Watts by only 10W (to under 180W) and I get performance between 5700 and XT.I have 1 bios on XT and one on vanilla. However, changing them does mean a longer reboot as it sees it as a change in GPU card. All for £272 a couple of months ago from Amazon Warehouse - the box had been opened.


Seems the new Adrenalin 2020 drivers are working better with the flashed XT with default settings. It seems to be over clicking the core in its own (it was previously sticking with the stock -1750 MHz without unlocking.
After getting my 5700 and researching flashing it to 5700XT BIOS it seems that the flash is causing DX12 issues for people in some applications, notably Borderlands 3.
Similar overclock-type results can be obtained without these issues using Morepowertool.
Guys, this is the card to get! 2 days ago I got one of this for 200!! Yesterday flashed with the xt version and works superb! Even the card having just 1x8pin connector. 2100mhz - 1850mhz and hotspot temp 75° under full load!!! I compared with my nitro+ 5700xt with sames clocks and at least in battlefield 1 and fornite they performed the same! Will try more games later on. If I knew, I wouldn't have got the nitro+ 1 month ago...
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