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Radeon RX 5700 XT Red Devil 8GB GDDR6 PCI-Express Graphics Card £399.95 @ Overclockers
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Radeon RX 5700 XT Red Devil 8GB GDDR6 PCI-Express Graphics Card £399.95 @ Overclockers

£399.95£419.995%Overclockers Deals
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Posted 15th Nov
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To celebrate the new Red Devil branding as well the introduction for the first time RGB, PowerColor is having a special limited-edition RX 5700 XT Red Devil, with an entire new cooling solution to bring the best of Navi as well a more neutral use of colors that will match any gaming rig color scheme. Not only that Red Devil has RGB lighting both on the side and on the back of the card for awesome tweaks.

To deliver the best performance not only Red Devil RX 5700’s features a triple 90mm fan and 300mm cooler but also a state-of-the-art PCB design with 10 VRMs using DrMos and high-polymer Caps well capable of over 300W of power. Plenty of juice for anyone to push the limits of what’s capable on a 5700 card.

The cooling fan equips with two-ball bearings which increases 4X longevity. Mute Fan Technology intelligently turns off the fan below 60?, providing silent gaming during medium and low load while reducing power consumption simultaneously.

RX 5700 XT Red Devil equips outstanding cooler for true gamers. The 5 copper heatpipes ensures the efficiency of spreading the heat to the heatsink. More fins on the heatsink enlarges the surface for heat dissipation and better performance.

The vertical design and increased array of aluminum fins improves spreading the heat dramatically. With such massive array of fins, the copper heatpipes can collect the heat and dissipate it efficiently. PowerColor Red Devil offers customized and personalized colors.

No flashlight needed when plugging in the output! LED illuminated ports will easily lead you to the outputs you are looking for.

When every frame counts and every click matters.
AMD Radeon Anti-Lag is the ultimate tool and a must-have feature for gamers and competitive eSport players.

Radeon Anti-Lag works by minimizing the amount of time between a gamer pressing a key or moving the mouse and having that response show up the screen.

Radeon Image Sharpening (RIS) is a contrast-adaptive sharpening algorithm designed to intelligently enhance details to deliver crisp-looking visuals with minimal performance impact.

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.

Radeon Freesync and FreeSync 2 HDR take full advantage of Radeon RX 5700 XT, 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.

Engineered from the ground up with superior performance and power efficiency, RDNA is the architecture powering AMD’s 7nm gaming GPU, delivering 1.25 performance per clock compared to previous 14nm processors1. Equipped with GDDR6 memory and featuring PCI Express 4.0 support, RDNA architecture is ready for the new generation of games.

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6 Comments
Didnt know they were doing free delivery.
Nitro+ is a hair cheaper with a better pcb design (According to Gamers Nexus & Buildzoid), but you can't go wrong with either.
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Epic card!
Did they fix the drivers on these yet? gives me shudders thinking about going back to AMD only to have micro stutter in 90% of the games...
Weehamish16/11/2019 02:15

Did they fix the drivers on these yet? gives me shudders thinking about …Did they fix the drivers on these yet? gives me shudders thinking about going back to AMD only to have micro stutter in 90% of the games...


I have a 5700 and not had a single crash or micro stutter.
I used to get micro stutter on an HD5830, but not on any AMD card since than.
Weehamish16/11/2019 02:15

Did they fix the drivers on these yet? gives me shudders thinking about …Did they fix the drivers on these yet? gives me shudders thinking about going back to AMD only to have micro stutter in 90% of the games...


Long long long time ago......
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