Based on 5 reviews
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- Great for gaming
- Efficient cooling and power usage
- Good value for money
- Gaming performance is great, but not the best in class
- Not a good overclocker
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Radeon RX 5700 First Impressions Review
Stop! Wah! Stop releasing these. I thought you stopped and got the impression one Nvidia switched up their founders edition models and you actually put a nice cool, well sort of a nice cooler on a card, stop it with the blowers on launch day, because it makes it hard to sell your cards There this is a good card, but it's got a couple of drawbacks, but at the price point it's gon na it's gon na be a pretty good success for them.
AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT & RX 5700 Review, New Value Champions!
I wasn't nearly as impressed with the original pricing, despite the fact that it's still positioned of the 5700 series ahead of end videos super products in terms of value, barely just ahead, but, like I said, I wasn't that impressed with super so just beating in video. In terms of value, it would have been a lot less exciting. I just hope a few weeks from now stock levels are good, and pricing is very close to the MSRP
Why NOT to buy Radeon 5700 XT… Yet – Our Review
It may not win on all fronts and if Nvidia's, objectively, better software and features sweet mean nothing to you, then the RX 5700 series often manages superior performance per dollar in gaming and for productivity. It trades blows enough that it'll be worth it for many, especially Linux and Apple users, who enjoy superior driver support from AMD. So early adopter issues aside