|Item Height||2.75 inches|
|Item Width||8.5 inches|
|Memory Clock Speed||1.4 GHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||AMD Radeon Navi|
|Graphics Card Description||RADEON RX 5700XT|
|Graphics RAM Type||GDDR6|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||8 GB|
|Graphics Card Interface||PCI-Express x16|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item model number||11293-01-20G|
|Product Dimensions||31.75 x 21.59 x 6.99 cm; 1 Kilograms|
Sapphire 11293-01-20G Radeon Pulse RX 5700 Xt 8GB GDDR6 HDMI/ TRIPLE DP OC w/ Backplate (UEFI) PCIe 4.0 Graphics Card
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- Base clock 1670 MHz
- Game clock 1815 MHz
- Boost clock 1925 MHz
- Pcie 4.0 OS - Windows 10, Windows 7 64 bit operating system required. System requirement - Recommended 650 watt power supply (minimum 600 watt power supply). 1 x 8-pin power connector. 1 x 6-pin power connector. PCI express based PC is required with one X16 lane graphics slot available on the motherboard. Minimum 8GB of system memory. 16GB recommended
- 4 outputs 1 x HDMI 3 x DP
- Dual-x cooling technology
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The Pulse Radeon RX 5700 Series is all about providing PC users with an immersive gaming experience and great value for money starting with the sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 5700 XT this factory-overclocked model is dedicated to customers who want a future proof card that delivers incredible visual fidelity lightning-fast performance and an advanced technology feature set to power the latest AAA and sports titles Built on the ground-breaking all-new AMD rDNA gaming architecture and 7nm process technology the Pulse RX 5700 XT comes with 2560 stream processors and three clock settings including a boost-clock of up to 1925 MHz and a new game clock of 1815 MHz and 8 GB of DDR 6 the industry proven sapphire dual-X cooling solution has been finely tuned powered by two newly designed silent dual ball-bearing fans and a state-of-the-art radiator design has enabled sapphire to realism improved performance with cooler and quieter operation designed to maintain temperatures under 75°C while gaming and run up to 10 dBA quieter the streamlined form of sapphire’s 95mm blades mean greater airflow and superior heat sink coverage at lower noise compared to the Radeon rx 5700 reference designs Intelligent fan control ensures fan speed is intelligently controlled to keep the GPU memory PWM IC and other components as low as possible in temperature to balance performance and fan noise Sapphire Pulse RX 5700 Series graphics cards harness the rDNA gaming architecture that supports high-speed GDDR6 memory and provides PCIe 4 0 support Pulse RX 5700 graphics cards offer powerful new Radeon features that elevate 1440P gaming including Radeon image sharpening (RIS) – brings crispness and clarity to in-game visuals that have been softened by other Post-Process effects in direct 9 12 and Vulkan titles fidelity – offers an open-source toolkit for game developers with high-quality Post-Process effects to help make games look beautiful while offering an optimal balance of visual fidelity and performance Radeon anti-lag – optimized for sports improves competitiveness by decreasing input-to-display response times by up to 31 percent. Form Factor: 2.3 slot, ATX Dimension: 254 x 135 x 46.5 (mm).
More than just a Graphics Card
SAPPHIRE PULSE RX 5700 Series graphics cards come equipped with a slew of modern technologies and durable components that ensure a long and stable life. The SAPPHIRE DNA, SAPPHIRE COOLTECH and SAPPHIRE PLUS feature sets are there to ensure the best possible gaming performance. They encompass all the all of the extra features that make our SAPPHIRE Boards so special and unique with superior cooling technologies to keep your temperatures low at high framerates, and quality components that prolong the life of our products through quality, robustness & reliability. Long-Life Capacitors, Fuse Protection and 12 Layers of PCB design that deliver stable, reliable, and steady performance are applied across the entire lineup. For cooling, each card is designed with Robust VRM Cooling and have a high thermal conductivity pad on the back-plate to take away the heat efficiently and effectively.
A NEW EXTREME RDNA ARCHITECTURE
The Radeon RX 5700 Series GPUs are powered by the new RDNA architecture, the heart of AMD’s advanced 7nm technology process. RDNA features up to 40 completely redesigned Compute Units delivering incredible performance and up to 4x IPC improvements, new instructions better suited for visual effects such as volumetric lighting, blur effects, and depth of field, and multi-level cache hierarchy for greatly reduced latency and highly responsive gaming. The RDNA architecture enables DisplayPort 1.4 with Display Stream Compression for extreme refresh rates and resolutions on cutting edge displays for insanely immersive gameplay. Bring home the win with Radeon DNA, Radeon Anti-lag, PCI Express 4.0 support, DisplayPort 1.4, GDDR6 memory, 7nm architecture, and True Audio Next. All built into the Radeon 5700 XT Series GPU. Command your gaming experience. Less lag gets you more wins. Reduce input latency with Radeon Anti-Lag, providing an ultra-fast response time for your favorite games.
Cutting Edge TriXX Boosts Gamers FPS
SAPPHIRE wants gamers to get the best out of their graphics card, and SAPPHIRE’s TriXX software is the key to unlocking its power. SAPPHIRE TriXX with its revamped and deceptively-simple interface features the New TriXX Boost feature. In order to gain higher game performance with given hardware, gamers can choose to run their game at a lower resolution. Traditionally the available resolutions choices are fixed to a small set of options. With TriXX Boost, additional custom resolutions are created, based on user input, which gives much more fine-grained control over the quality vs performance tradeoff. TriXX Boost enables gamers to run games at a higher FPS by reducing the rendering resolution and up scaling the final output image by integrating Radeon Image Sharpening.
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HAF912 case with 2x200mm fans (front&top), 1x120mm fan venting out back. the 140mm fan on my evo cpu cooler makes more noise at rest. (2600x, 16GB 3000CL15, Gigabyte Aorus MB, 750W)
I mention this because, unlike most "beauty/display" cases with glass sides, mine is full of holes...literally. Lots of air is flowing in and out; 200mm fans push so much air at lower frequency that my case temps never exceed 35'C. As you can imagine, the latent/standing air is relatively cool compared to gpu&cpu temps and heat exchangers have access to cooler air.
During demanding gaming sessions, the Pulse will ramp up and hit ~72'C and the fans will kick in and sustain at 80%, but fan noise is less my old GPU (my GTX980 caps at 84'C all the time and with smaller fans going at 100%=more high pitched whine). Not that any of that matters since most gamers have headsets and can't hear their computer.
Honestly, I can still hear enemy footsteps on my mediocre (but very good value) mpow eg8 headset. Granted my computer is on the floor so sound has to travel a bit and bounce off some surfaces before it hits me in the head.
I'd add a photo (cuz the red 'sapphire' looks good with my red led fans, cpu cooler and mb) but for some reason, amazon isn't accepting any of my photo formats.
Games i play: overwatch, destiny2, gears of war5, apex (1440p, med/high, 144hz)
ps. if you are having issues: update your mb bios, radeon driver, windows 10
UPDATE: 4weeks later. I did have an issue. I was playing overwatch and it crashed...hundreds of hours playing on my 980 and I've never had a game crash. Anyway, updated AMD drivers and after >40hrs of play, it looks solid. Updates are great; very subjective observation, but images look sharper. Will update again in 2020.
UPDATE: This update is earlier than i said but i had to share my experience as i just upgraded to 27" 1440p 144hz Acer monitor. Just awesome, overwatch just became a lot easier. Those snipers wayyyyy out there...i can see them now! Wow. If i had known what a difference more pixels would make,i would have updated earlier! The Pulse is keeping up just fine, no lag, no tearing, no issues but i do play on medium settings, 144hz, 1440p. Now,when i watch movies that are 720 or 1080, sometimes i can see lines in static scenes (is it my new monitor or gpu...i dont know), anything with motion is awesome. I also tried watching 4k videos at 144hz and those didnt look too hot either. Gaming good, im soo happy!
UPDATE: 12.19.19: well, things are going south fast. my love affair with all things AMD is now over...with the recent update to 19.12.2, i'm getting monitor failure during routine use (web browsing/Netflix). when I swap out my sapphire pulse rx5700xt for my old and trusty gtx980, no problem. but the recent update is causing a ton of "no signal detected" issues from GPU. failure with hdmi and dp cables that work fine on gtx980. thought it might have been monitor (Acer 27" gaming monitor (ED273UR)), but swapped that out for my old msi 27" and same signal failure :( sooooo, now I've dropped the rating from 5 stars to 1. I'm starting communications with Sapphire Tech; obviously this failure happened outside the return window.
UPDATE: 12.20.19: updated to radeon driver 19.12.3 finally, all that "no signal detected" messiness and black screen stuff is gone. I was 'this close' to buying an RTX2070S...and to be honest, if I had known I was going to encounter these kind of crashes every time AMD tries to optimize the GPU drivers for 'this game' or 'that game', i'd have stayed with Nvidia (even though I really, really, really hate their pricing model). Another thing i've noticed is that the RX5700XT isn't tracking with the RTX2070S...it used to when it was first released and everyone who had one was dropping it into a hot gaming rig, but with the advent of 3rd party/custom GPU's, test data from Userbenchmark and Passmark have the RX57000XT more on par with the 2060S/2070. Either that or the driver updates for the 2070S are doing much better for that product line. I've cautiously upgraded to 3-stars, and my advice is: if you are on a budget for a GPU that can handle your gaming on high/ultra on a 1440p/144hz monitor this is a decent card (per GPU-Z: my card never exceeds 83'C (hot spots), GPU ~80'C max temp). if you can find it for under $379 (as of 12/20/19), that's good value. if you can afford it, go 2070S/2080S and you'll never look back.
UPDATE: 12/23/19. Finally figured it out...it was the AMD Radeon Adrenalin 2020 App, so don't install it! It was causing black screens during games, freezing game, disconnecting from monitor. Uninstalled it and all that goes away, in fact, GPUZ says my 'hotspot temp' dropped a couple degrees. Only load up latest Radeon drivers, Windows and BIOS; don't touch any AMD add on apps (ie. Adrenalin or Ryzen Master crap). I still have buyers remorse, I should have stayed Nvidia and got a RTX2070S :(
UPDATE: 3/10/20. I did it. I bought an EVGA RTX2080Super; I know...for the price of the Sapphire Pulse and the EVGA 2080S, I could have bought a RTX2080Ti, not my first stupid mistake, but it's the last time I buy an AMD GPU. I'll try to resell the Pulse RX5700XT to recoup some of the cost. I'm sure it's a great graphic card for some ppl for what they want, but it keeps crashing on the games I like to play...right in the middle of comp games, so I'm very sorry AMD; you make great CPU's and I think the GPU hardware is good but the drivers are unstable when a game or application push your GPU -->black screen/freeze/bsod, take your pick. All those artifacts on my screen that I thought were incompatibility issues -gone- I can now view 4k/120hz video on my 2k monitor without any stutter or lag. If I sound bitter, I am, this experiment cost me over $1200 and I never want to see another AMD GPU again!! This is me signing off, best of luck.
I went from dual R9 390x's that never caused any instability to lock ups, crashes and not waking from sleep properly.
One thing I can help you with. If you're getting a black screen and full system lock shortly after launching a game, make sure you are using no monitoring software. For some reason anything like afterburner, wattman, etc does not play well with this card. Unfortunately their proprietary software isn't fully working yet for this card either.
I mentioned before the card won't wake up properly from a system sleep state. I have to physically remove the display port cable and plug it back in and it works. Annoying.
If drivers get better, I'll amend my review. Unfortunately with crashes and restarts required almost daily, I am disappointed with this card.
EDIT: Months later and drivers got WORSE. Constant lock ups and black screen errors, multiple times per day. I am horribly disappointed and regret every day that I bought this card.
For 1440p 144mhz gaming, you can't beat this card. No issues with it what-so-ever. Runs quiet and cool in my cooler master case.
This card easily beats a 1080. Matches a 2070 /super in some titles. Im still messing around with clocking and undervolting it so it runs cooler but again the drivers are wonky and the thing wont boost to the clocks I set it to boost to. Its easier to just leave that on auto and ramp up some fan curve for better cooling. I do recommend maxing out the memory clock If you can. It makes all the difference. Also don't operate in hot rooms. Seems like there is an exponential increase in temps if your room isn't in standard room temperature , 69f-77f.
In order for this GPU to work properly you will have to have it operate at 1440p or higher resolutions. The card simply wont boost at 1080p. Also sometimes the card will drop boost even at stock settings , which is when you go into your Wattman and change your clocks to your stable undervolt settings or back up to stock. It seems as when you run into a frame drop that stays low you need to go in Wattman and change the profile to another setting for it to fix the boost malfunction. Always run the latest driver. Always use Enhanced Sync and do not use freesync. Freesync causes latency and you don't want that in competitive games.
When you buy AMD it is because you know what you are doing and know how to tinker with hardware. If you buy Nvidia you pretty much just stick it into your motherboard and play.
I like this GPU. It runs quiet. It runs fairly cool at a standard ambient temp room. It undervolts easily(anyone can do it without worrying about messing something up) for further cooling. Tons of guides online to help you out with any problems.
Buying this GPU right now is a good choice compared to other competitors around this price point. No raytracing? that's ok. There is no game out there today or in the near future that is going to require it. Nvidia and AMD are nowhere near capable of actually being able to harness full Ray tracing in their cards. Simply, there is no game out there that has the whole game ray traced. Maybe water reflection or certain shadows for a tree may be ray traced but nothing else in the game is for example.