ASUS’s TUF Gaming Radeon RX 5700 XT Selling for Rs. 36,999 is a Great 1440p GPU

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    AMD’s Radeon RX 5700 series forms the backbone of the 1440p gaming GPU market. The 5700 is a great alternative to the RTX 2060 Super while the 5700 XT offers almost the same performance as the RTX 2070 Super. Not in India though. Here all the aftermarket cards are priced like crazy. You’re looking at price tags higher than the GeForce RTX 2070 Super which pretty much makes them redundant. Gigabyte’s Gaming OC model was selling for 36K for a while but that didn’t last long. Just a month after going live, it was increased to 45K for some bizarre reason. Now, ASUS is the first partner to offer an RX 5700 XT at a reasonable price of Rs. 36,999. It’s a few thousand more than the reference model but considering the triple fan design and heatsink, it’ll definitely run cooler.

    Reference RX 5700 XTASUS TUF Gaming X3 RX 5700 XT
    Base Clock1605 MHz1730 MHz (OC)
    Boost Clock1905 MHz1980 MHz (OC)
    Game Clock1755 MHz1870 MHz (OC)
    Memory8GB GDDR68GB GDDR6
    Memory Speed14 Gbps14 Gbps

    The ASUS TUF Gaming X3 RX 5700 XT is a factory overclocked model with a much higher operating core clock. The rest of the specifications are the same and both need a 6 pin + 8 pin power connector for juice. The faster clocks seem to be the result of a cooler GPU rather than a higher TDP as is the case with many partner cards. We recently reviewed the Powercolor RX 5700 XT Red Devil and found it to be an excellent overclocker.

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    1. Dude.Do your research. The Asus TUF model has pathetic thermal design and overheats a lot more than the other 5700 XT models. Also you can get the MSI Evoke or Sapphire Pulse 5700 XT on for around Rs.36k. Both have far better cooling and overclocking capabilities. You can also get the Sapphire Pulse 5700 XT for Rs.36999 on vedantcomputers.

      • I beg to differ. The RX 5700 XT is a great value card with better performance than the RTX 2060 Super at the same price. Don’t bother bringing up ray tracing because you’ll get terrible framerates with ray tracing unless you have an RTX 2080 or above. The RX 5700 XT also comes with a free game + 3 months of xbox game pass which is pretty good.

    2. The tuf 5700xt specifically has awful thermal running even hotter than the reference model which is certainly bad for a triple fan card

    3. This article was written after looking at just the spec sheet data and is not based on any legitimate review of the card. There have already been numerous reviews online of the Asus TUF 5700xt model for enough months, you didn’t take the time to watch/read any of those and recommended a terrible card with worse memory thermals and VRM thermals than the reference 5700XT to readers. This is not how you build credibility, by aiming to be a clickbait farm than an actual tech website that people trust. Please start doing actual reviews or at the very least take time to go through credible reviews online before publishing.

    4. MSI Mech has terrible thermals too but the fans try to compensate for that by running at full speed even on a normal gaming load. So either you make the fan curve normal and get horrible temperatures compared to other models, or leave it on auto and it becomes the loudest 5700 xt. Under any circumstances avoid the reference model, Asus TUF, MSI Mech and ASRock challenger 5700 xt models. All others are ok.

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