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Gigabyte Radeon RX 5700 XT Gaming OC 8GB Graphics Card - £375 @ CCL
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Gigabyte Radeon RX 5700 XT Gaming OC 8GB Graphics Card - £375 @ CCL

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Posted 9th Dec 2019

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One of the better AIB 5700 XT cards, with a UK RMA as I understand it, which is reassuring (hope for the best, but prepare for the worst).
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Bought this a month or so ago on Scan for £415, great card. Heat added
Probably the best model you can buy of the cheaper model options.
Lee.Nathan10/12/2019 00:39

Probably the best model you can buy of the cheaper model options.


what are the better options? this seems top tier
The Powercolor Red Devil & Sapphire Nitro+ are generally considered the best of the top-end options available among the 5700XT cards. Possibly also maybe the Taichi, although that is a good tier below the Red Devil or Nitro+ and is only really something you should consider if its 4 displayport outputs is a feature you want, otherwise it's also part of the too expensively priced group of 5700XT cards.

The Gaming OC's alternative is the Sapphire Pulse.
Edited by: "Premium" 10th Dec 2019
Good price for the best overall 5700 xt
Got the gaming OC version from overclockers with the free game and game pass for the same price + delivery cost
dioxyde010/12/2019 03:27

what are the better options? this seems top tier


In the same price range you have the Powercolor Red Dragon and the Sapphire Pulse, those are both also good options. The Gigabyte card seems to outperform them very slightly in thermal testing but you can have either of those and not feel bad about it.

If you want to pay a little more the Nitro+, the Red Devil, MSIs Gaming X or the Aorus are good options.

Just avoid anything from XFX, ASUS, MSI (other than the Gaming X) or Asrock, their designs aren't the best.
Lee.Nathan10/12/2019 11:38

In the same price range you have the Powercolor Red Dragon and the …In the same price range you have the Powercolor Red Dragon and the Sapphire Pulse, those are both also good options. The Gigabyte card seems to outperform them very slightly in thermal testing but you can have either of those and not feel bad about it. If you want to pay a little more the Nitro+, the Red Devil, MSIs Gaming X or the Aorus are good options.Just avoid anything from XFX, ASUS, MSI (other than the Gaming X) or Asrock, their designs aren't the best.


For the average Jimmy Bob a reference 5700 XT would do. A 5700 XT is a 5700 XT at the end of the day, heading towards top of the line GPU.

Yes you can pay more money for a better clocked card which gives "slightly" better performance. For an enthusiast that wants to hoke the rafters out of it then there's more reason to care for which model they pick.
Christoh17/12/2019 09:59

For the average Jimmy Bob a reference 5700 XT would do. A 5700 XT is a …For the average Jimmy Bob a reference 5700 XT would do. A 5700 XT is a 5700 XT at the end of the day, heading towards top of the line GPU. Yes you can pay more money for a better clocked card which gives "slightly" better performance. For an enthusiast that wants to hoke the rafters out of it then there's more reason to care for which model they pick.


I think the main difference people seem to care about is the abysmal thermals and noise levels of the lower tier cards. They all come out at basically as high a clock as you'll get out of them.
Christoh17/12/2019 09:59

For the average Jimmy Bob a reference 5700 XT would do. A 5700 XT is a …For the average Jimmy Bob a reference 5700 XT would do. A 5700 XT is a 5700 XT at the end of the day, heading towards top of the line GPU. Yes you can pay more money for a better clocked card which gives "slightly" better performance. For an enthusiast that wants to hoke the rafters out of it then there's more reason to care for which model they pick.


To be fair the custom cooled 5700xt cards don't really perform any better than reference, low single digit fps gains at best. It's more about how terrible the thermals are on reference cards and how loud they run, I typically recommend against buying blower style cards no matter what the GPU.
Down to £364.98 now
hoopla05/01/2020 08:24

Down to £364.98 now


Yep! Amazing price. Just had two of my buddies buy one each too, excellent cards
Just going to leave this here, in case it's of use to anyone.

I bought one of these cards a few weeks ago and the only issues I've been having are random "no signal" black screens. They'd occur once or twice a day (when browsing, not gaming) and I had to reboot to return everything to normal. Then, after a couple of weeks, I started always getting them on the initial boot in the morning - again, everything worked normally after a reboot.

I decided to enter the bios to see if there was anything obvious that needed to be enabled/disabled. I didn't see anything wrong, but I thought I'd change something anyway, just for the hell of it - so I enabled "ErP Ready".

I haven't had any black screens at all since, but it's only been about 4 days - I'll update this comment if anything happens.

EDIT (20/01/2020): Two weeks later and still no black screens.
Edited by: "hoopla" 20th Jan
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