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PowerColor Radeon Red Dragon RX 5700XT 8GB Graphics Card £349.97 @ Ebuyer
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PowerColor Radeon Red Dragon RX 5700XT 8GB Graphics Card £349.97 @ Ebuyer

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Posted 9th Feb
Product DescriptionPowerColor Radeon Red Dragon RX 5700XT 8GB Graphics Card
RED Dragon TWIN FAN GRAPHICS CARD

AMD have launched their latest Graphics Cards the Radeon RX 5700 Series, the new cards are based on the new RDNA Architecture and now include 8GB of GDDR6 Memory driving the card with a high bandwidth of up to 448GB/s. Powercolor's custom models are taking the quality, design and performance to the next level! The all new PowerColor RDNA Red Devil powered Radeon RX 5700 XT gives you exceptional performance and High-fidelity gaming. Take control and experience powerful, accelerated gaming customised for you. The RX 5700 series features new PCI Express 4.0 support and enables two times the bandwidth compared to PCI Express 3.0. By choosing a monitor with FreeSync and combining it with an AMD card of this caliber the results will be a stutter-free, tear-free and artifact-free smooth gaming experience.

Reduces latency and provides higher bandwidth

The Radeon RX 5700 Series GPUs are powered by the new RDNA architecture, the heart of advanced 7nm technology process. RDNA features up to 40 completely redesigned Compute Units delivering incredible performance and and a multi-level cache hierarchy designed to provide reduced latency, higher bandwidth and lower power. Delivering up to 1.25X higher performance-per-clock and up to 1.5X higher performance-per-watt compared to the previous-generation Graphics Core Next architecture.

Super-fast performance for today's demanding titles

Equipped with 8GB of advanced GDDR6 memory to provide high bandwidth of up to 448 GB/s, enabling 1440p performance for today's most demanding games. Radeon RX 5700 series features PCI Express 4.0 support, with a throughput of 16 GT/s and enables two times the bandwidth compared to PCI Express 3.0. Get ready for the next generation of PC gaming.

Smooth Refresh Rate so you can Game at your Best

Pair your new AMD Radeon GPU with a large selection of FreeSync gaming monitors. With such a wide array of monitors equipped with Radeon FreeSync or Radeon FreeSync2 HDR available you can enjoy choosing monitors that are styled and run how you want, but by choosing a monitor with FreeSync and combining it with an AMD card of this caliber the results will be a stutter-free, tear-free and artifact-free smooth gaming experience.










Technical SpecificationPowerColor Radeon Red Dragon RX 5700XT 8GB Graphics CardGeneralDevice TypeGraphics cardBus TypePCI Express 4.0 x16Graphics EngineAMD Radeon RX 5700 XTCore Clock1650 MHzBoost Clock1905 MHzStream Processors2560Process Technology7 nmVR ReadyYesMax Resolution4096 x 2160InterfacesHDMI ¦ 3 x DisplayPortAPI SupportedOpenGL, DirectX 12, VulkanFeaturesAMD Eyefinity Technology, AMD CrossFireX Technology, AMD Stream technology, Dual ball Bearing Fan, DrMOS, metal wraparound backplate, Mute Fan Technology, FreeSync 2 HDR Technology, Radeon Image Sharpening, RDNA Architecture, Radeon Anti-Lag, Radeon FidelityFXMemorySize8 GBTechnologyGDDR6 SDRAMBus Width256-bitBandwidth448 GBpsSystem RequirementsRequired Power Supply650 WMiscellaneousWidth4.1 cmDepth24 cmHeight13.2 cm
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Are the drivers stable? Am returning the 2080 super, too much money if the new cards are coming out soon
BobbyUK10/02/2020 00:41

Are the drivers stable? Am returning the 2080 super, too much money if the …Are the drivers stable? Am returning the 2080 super, too much money if the new cards are coming out soon


No.

They barely managed to make Vega drivers stable, after 2 years.
Edited by: "Kosmonaut" 10th Feb
Kosmonaut10/02/2020 07:24

No.They barely managed to make Vega drivers stable, after 2 years.


No problems with my v56 since I bought it a year ago. Works just as well as my gtx 980 did.
I’ve bought two 5700xt’s in the last month, the powercolor Radeon 5700xt dual fan and powercolor Red Devil 5700xt. Had nothing but constant issues with both. Black screens, display going off, bsod, game freezes requiring a hard power off. I don’t know if my luck is just horrible but I honestly wouldn’t recommend to anyone.
Edited by: "Yuny_A" 10th Feb
Got this card last week. Works a treat with 20.1.3 drivers. Currently running it in silence bios because I found the oc bios too loud. Getting ~55 FPS on epic settings on Ark.
I have this card and I honestly wouldn't recommend it. When it works, it's great. Truly, a beast. That said, It does sadly crash a fair bit with my monitor 'going to sleep' usually during a game, or sometimes when browsing the web. Reddit and AMD's own forums are awash with people who are suffering the same or similar, driver related problems. It's true that the latest drivers have (mercifully!) improved things, a lot actually, but it isn't 100% perfect.

Which I think is a nonsense considering the outlay for this card, which is the most expensive GPU I've forked out for and it's been a far from fantastic experience, really. Team green for me, in the summer.
I'm still waiting to pick up a 5700 xt but it sounds like the drivers are still garbage
BobbyUK10/02/2020 00:41

Are the drivers stable? Am returning the 2080 super, too much money if the …Are the drivers stable? Am returning the 2080 super, too much money if the new cards are coming out soon


I've been using the 50th anniversary edition 5700xt and found it runs both perfectly and silently, in comparison with my sapphire rx580.

I think I must be doing it wrong!
Blurigard10/02/2020 21:56

I've been using the 50th anniversary edition 5700xt and found it runs both …I've been using the 50th anniversary edition 5700xt and found it runs both perfectly and silently, in comparison with my sapphire rx580.I think I must be doing it wrong!


No crashes?
Edited by: "BobbyUK" 10th Feb
BobbyUK10/02/2020 22:23

No crashes?


None. I switch GPU a lot as I buy and sell PCs all the time, and this has had no issues in the games I've played. Runs apex legends at 144hz with no issues.
Blurigard10/02/2020 22:58

None. I switch GPU a lot as I buy and sell PCs all the time, and this has …None. I switch GPU a lot as I buy and sell PCs all the time, and this has had no issues in the games I've played. Runs apex legends at 144hz with no issues.


I have a open case, the P3, am just worried about fan noise
BobbyUK10/02/2020 23:01

I have a open case, the P3, am just worried about fan noise


My case is open, but beneath the desk and I use an AIO so no CPU fan to mask noise Genuinely not noisy. Am using it right now!
Edited by: "Blurigard" 10th Feb
Whoever keeps saying their 5700XT is trouble free is a straight up liar.

I have returned 2 x 5700XT cards last year. One was MSI Evoke, which was flickering all the time on one monitor, blue screens, not to mention it was going 105C in simple game, no stress test, with gpu core throttling like crazy, fps dropping to 30-40fps, from 120.

The 2nd card was 3 weeks later, a XFX, it was constantly black screening, game crashing with sound still on, and blue screens, even in desktop, while browsing the internet.

I have tried all their drivers since 5700XT were released, no success.

One of my friends has a Gigabyte 3 fan 5700XT, he has only black screens few times a week, he decided to keep. I don't have time and nerves for this b/s.

I have decided to just ditch Radeon for good, and went for a RTX 2070. That card has not had a single issue since I bought it. Plug and play.
Edited by: "Kosmonaut" 11th Feb
Bought the Red Devil last week. Haven't had a single problem so far and the thing's a beast!
Kosmonaut11/02/2020 21:47

Whoever keeps saying their 5700XT is trouble free is a straight up liar.


Nothing like a bit of generalisation

FYI I'm also one of those liars with a fully working 5700XT (exact same model) albeit I don't hammer it with long gaming sessions day in day out.
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