Gigabyte 5700 xt

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GIGABYTE Radeon RX 5700 XT GAMING OC 8G Graphics Card, PCIe 4.0, 8GB 256-Bit GDDR6, GV-R57XTGAMING OC-8GD Video Card

Pros: - Fits in a "normal" 2-slot space - Very powerful - Good enough thermals for my ITX build - Drivers maturing steadily - AMD's wattman software offers great control - undervolting is literally the flick of a switch - Decently quiet, even under load

Cons: - Power hungry: spikes to 350W+ during intense renders - Some stability issues, but this is mostly due to AMD's drivers still needing to mature - Even with "good enough" thermals, it still runs very warm (~90C under load) - Need to undervolt to achieve best temp to performance - REQUIRES good ventilation

Overall Review: TL;DR: Two most important things to gather from this review: 1. If you're having stability issues with this card, make sure that it's getting enough power by plugging the 6-pin and 8-pin connectors in to different lines from the power supply, rather than daisy-chaining from the same one (especially if you have a <700W PSU). 2. If you're having trouble with thermals on the card, make sure that the air can exhaust from the heatsink properly, and try undervolting it from AMD's wattman interface. 3. If you're still having problems, make sure you don't have CCleaner installed. Somehow, that program made this GPU fail. --- I initially purchased this card back in August, 2019, when it was still brand new. I knew I wanted Navi since the rumors of it using the 7nm process began to circulate in early 2017, and the synthetic benchmarks from reviewers suggested that it would meet my hopes: AMD finally having an answer to Nvidia's years-long GPU dominance. My build had shifted a bit since the last AMD card I had, though; I went from a high-airflow ATX full-tower to an ITX shoebox; cooling, airflow, and space all require a bit more consideration. When I first got the card, we had...issues. The card ran 15C warmer than I was seeing in reviews from GN and the like, and it was crashing extremely frequently. Upgrading the drivers in the rest of my system helped some, but ultimately, it felt like I might have gotten a bad egg. At least one BSOD a day told me that _something_ was wrong, but the symptoms were ambiguous and inconsistent. I spent awhile focusing on the thermals, thinking that the warmth in the card was probably to blame. The card's cooler is built in such a way that the air exhausts out the sides, so I had to tune the fans in my case to account for the extra heat buildup. Even then, though, the thermals didn't come fully in line until I applied the auto-undervolt setting in AMD's wattman. But even with the thermals fixed, I was still crashing. That's when I found a forum post where someone else was having similar issues on an RX 590--and what resolved it was plugging the card in to two separate lines from the power supply. As it turns out, the power supply wasn't capable of delivering enough power over a single line to cover the spikes in power demand, and the card isn't built in such a way as to properly handle not having a glut of power available. Now that I've corrected this, and have each connector on a separate line, the GPU is substantially more stable--and runs MUCH better. These are the numbers I was expecting, and I'm glad to finally be getting them. Hat's off to AMD on making such an impressive entry to the mid-range market, and to Gigabyte for bringing such a great cooling solution to market, as well. I'm sincerely hoping that AMD corrects this issue as they iterate on the Navi architecture and move beyond it. Spiking to 350W of power draw does not seem normal for a mid-range GPU, and while drivers and firmware updates may help to improve this, it feels like something that system builders shouldn't have to account for.


Radeon™ RX 5700 XT GAMING OC 8G (rev. 1.0)


The WINDFORCE 3X cooling system features 3x 80mm unique blade fans, alternate spinning fan, 5 composite copper heat pipes, heat-pipe direct touch and 3D active fan functionality, together delivering an effective heat dissipation capacity for higher performance at lower temperatures.


The airflow is spilt by the triangular fan edge, and guided smoothly through the 3D stripe curve on the fan surface, effectively enhancing the airflow.


The 3D Active Fan provides semi-passive cooling, and the fans will remain off when the GPU is in a low load or low power game. It allows gamers to enjoy gameplay in complete silence when the system is running light or idle.


The shape of the pure copper heat pipes maximize the direct contact area with the GPU, enhancing heat transfer. The heat pipes also cover the VRAM through a large metal plate contact to ensure proper cooling.


The composite heat-pipe combines thermal conductivity and phase transition to efficiently manage the heat transfer between two solid interfaces which increases cooling capacity.

game in style


With 16.7M customizable color options and numerous lighting effects, you can choose lighting effects or synchronize with other AORUS devices.

Learn more about RGB Fusion 2.0

game in style


With 16.7M customizable color options and numerous lighting effects, you can choose lighting effects or synchronize with other AORUS devices.

Learn more about RGB Fusion 2.0

Smoothly cycles through all colors

Choose a color for static light

Choose a color for flash effect

Choose a color for double flash effect

Choose a color to fade in and out


The graphics card uses the better power phases design to allow the MOSFET to operate at lower temperature, and over-temperature protection design and load balancing for each MOSFET, plus the Ultra Durable certified chokes and capacitors, to provide excellent performance and longer system life.


The smart power LED indicator alerts the player when any PCI-E power supply is abnormal.

Light on :
power cable disconnected

Light off :
stable power supply

Blinking :
abnormal power supply


Gigabyte Radeon RX 5700 XT GAMING OC 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. With the PCI-Express 4.0 supported motherboard, and get ready for the next generation of PC gaming.

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GIGABYTE Radeon RX 5700 XT 8GB GDDR6 PCI Express 4.0 x16 ATX Video Card GV-R57XTGAMING OC-8GD (rev. 2.0)

Pros: - Worked right out of the box - Similar specs to the 2070 - Price is great. Way cheaper than the very slim amount of NVIDIA GPUs out there right now - I actually like the AMD software that comes with this card, you can adjust almost everything to overclock and change fan speeds as necessary.

Cons: - A few issues with some games not liking this card, made a few changes and it worked fine - With fans at full speed, they are loud

Overall Review: If you need a video card in the current environment, this is a great card to get when looking at $/frame. With the other cards that are available out there, that are massively overpriced, I bought this card as a stop gap until the NVIDIA 30 series or the AMD 6000 series becomes more available. Considering the price when compared to the current available cards, if you need a GPU now and can't wait for 3-6 months until the newer releases become available, and still want 1080p and 1440p performance, this is a great option.

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