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SAPPHIRE 11293-03-40G Radeon NITRO+ RX 5700 XT 8GB GDDR6 Dual HDMI / Dual DP OC (UEFI) PCIe 4.0 Graphics Card

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.

NITRO Glow

With tasteful shroud design augmented by ARGB LEDs, you can change the colors of the LED, for a customized design. This can be controlled via TriXX software. Choose from various different modes including Fan Speed Mode, PCB Temperature Mode or the colorful rainbow mode or turn off the LEDs.

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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SAPPHIRE NITRO+ Radeon RX 5700 XT 8GB GDDR6 PCI Express 4.0 x16 ATX Video Card 100416NT+8GSR

Pros: *Runs games at 2560x1440 @ 144hz on their highest settings marvelously! *Neat RGB lighting that can be adjusted or turned off entirely (With Trixx utility), or connected to an RGB header on the mother board. *Sapphire has responsive support, and their cards have given me many years out of each.

Cons: UPDATE: Initially, I received a defective unit.. it had experienced frequent screen blackout/disconnects, occurring at random, and nearly made my computer unusable. (it also comically reported over " 725C junction point" temperature, which is not possible since that's well over 1,300F and should have pulled a flaming Nvidia, but it didn't burn anything and wasn't too hot to touch). HOWEVER, the replacement unit has been working flawlessly!! So I still recommend the 5700 XT.

Overall Review: UPDATE: With the help of Sapphire's customer service, we determined I received a defective unit initially, but I was able to get a flawless replacement quickly through Newegg. So I updated my 3-star to a 5-star rating since I don't experience screen disconnect nor any other issues with the replacement 5700 XT, and it can run current games super smooth at their highest settings, rendered beautifully in 2K resolution @144hz for a fair price compared to its competition. Other Thoughts: They recommend a 600w PSU... I have a high quality 1050w power supply with plenty of airflow and minimal power vampires (no excess lighting/devices/gizmos, etc.). So, for would-be upgraders, please don't try to blame hardware if you're stressing a budget 450w PSU and have poor airflow.

Sours: https://www.newegg.com/sapphire-radeon-rx-5700-xt-100416nt-8gsr/p/N82E16814202351
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    Say a warm 'hello' to the Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 6700 XT Nitro+, but be quick because it's unlikely to be around for long. Like every other GPU right now, availability is scarce and pricing is vastly inflated. These woes aren’t unique to this card, so let’s not dwell too much on the market and instead look at how the Sapphire compares to other cards in its class. In six months, hopefully all these market shenanigans and forum discussions will be relegated to the ‘remember when’ category.

    The Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 6700 XT, along with all AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT cards, makes use of the new Navi 22 GPU. It contains 2,560 RDNA2 based shader cores with 96MB if Infinity Cache, plus a 192-bit memory bus that connects to 12GB of GDDR6 memory. 

    That’s a narrow bus for a card in this price range, but AMD claims that the large cache minimises this disadvantage. To be fair, that's exactly what's happened with all the other RDNA 2 GPUs we've seen. The RDNA2 architecture and 7nm process are shown off in all their glory with the Sapphire running at stunning 2,622MHz boost clock. AMD has done a fantastic job optimising its architecture to allow clock speeds at these levels without resorting to brute force, and borderline crazy power consumption. 

    Despite the relatively tame (by modern standards) 230W TDP of the Navi 22 GPU, the Sapphire Nitro+ makes use of a large 2.5 slot triple fan cooler. There’s a large cut out on the rear of the card to allow air to pass through it, a trend that is becoming more apparent in modern shrouds. It comes equipped with three DisplayPort connections, plus a single HDMI 2.1 port. 

    If you like a bit of RGB bling, the Sapphire Nitro+ has you covered, with a nice-looking light bar and Sapphire logo across the top of the card, joined by a logo on the back plate. We noted that our particular card was good at producing orange. Some RGB products really struggle to show an accurate orange. Okay, that’s hardly a top selling point, but... Orange!

    Nitro+ RX 6700 XT specs

    GPU: Navi 22
    Lithography: TSMC 7nm
    Die size: 336 mm2
    Transistors: 17.2bn
    Stream processors: 2,560
    CUs: 40
    Ray Accelerators: 40
    GPU Game clock: 2,548MHz
    GPU Boost clock: 2,622MHz
    Memory bus: 192-bit
    Memory capacity: 12GB GDDR6
    Memory speed: 16Gbps
    Memory bandwidth: 512GB/s
    TGP: 230W
    Price (reference): $579

    The PCB is surprisingly compact compared to the cooler. The nine phase design is powered by six- and eight-pin power connectors, providing up to 300W of power delivery. There’s also dual BIOS, though the clocks are the same with both. Sapphire says the quiet BIOS lowers the fan speed a touch, though honestly, we couldn’t tell the difference between them. Maybe on a 350W card this would have some more practical use. 

    There’s a third setting that lets you switch between them using Sapphire’s Trixx software app. Additionally there’s an ARGB header than allows you to sync other RGB devices with the card.

    Sapphire has done a great job with its cooler. We saw a load temperature of just 64°C, which is outstanding for a 230W TDP card. The design is aggressive and the metal back plate gives off an '80s sci-fi vibe. In addition to the main cooler, Sapphire adds a separate secondary heat sink to cool the memory. It has a large surface area thanks to its finned design and it’s a thoughtful and highly effective design. 

    So how does it perform? Honestly, AMD was a little rosy with its pre-launch predictions. We see the card trailing the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 but competitive with the GeForce RTX 3060 Ti. And the Sapphire card’s clocks aren’t enough of an increase over the reference card to make a meaningful difference in frame rates.

    1080p gaming performance

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    It will, however, run any game at 1440p and smash out the frames at 1080p when driving a high refresh rate monitor. The Nitro+ RX 6700 XT , and all other RX 6700 XT cards for that matter lag noticeably in ray tracing performance and we’ll have to wait a little longer to see AMD’s equivalent DLSS implementation.

    1440p gaming performance 

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    Cooling performance

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    When all is said and done, though, sadly your choice of card will actually come down to what’s in stock the particular second you happen to refresh your favourite retailer’s page. A win by a frame here or a frame there doesn’t matter if you can’t buy one over the other. 

    Overclocking modern GPUs generally isn’t as beneficial as it was in the past, but free performance is free, so why not give it a go? 

    Our testing was simple. The power limit was increased to its maximum +15% and the memory to its frustratingly limited maximum of 2,150MHz from the default 2,000MHz. Our sample was happy to run at a set clock of 2,850MHz, with a real average clock of 2,765MHz observed over a 10-minute 3DMark loop. 

    Real performance was measured using Metro: Exodus at 1440p. The default clocked Nitro+ delivered 70.3 FPS compared to the overclocked card which ran at 74.6 FPS. That’s not an insignificant gain, but not a game changer either.

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    The Sapphire runs cool and quiet, it has 12GB of memory, dual BIOS, a robust PCB and lashes of RGB lighting. It’s a highly capable 1440p card and it competes well with the RTX 3060 Ti, but its main problem is its pricing, even if you were lucky enough to find one at MSRP. 

    If it was priced closer to the GeForce RTX 3060 it would be a clear winner in the upper mid-range segment. But at a base $579 USD (and good luck finding one at that price), it loses a lot of its shine. The Nitro+ and, for the most part, all other Radeon RX 6700 XT, are actually great little graphics cards as long as you don’t weight RT and super resolution tech that highly. 

    The Nitro+ itself is very well-built card, but at these prices it’s a difficult sell against the strong RTX 3060 Ti. Let’s see how the market matures in the coming months. The Nitro+ may yet become the compelling mid-range gaming GPU we think it can be, but it's going to need a price cut.

    Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 6700 XT

    The Sapphire 6700 XT Nitro+ is potentially a mid-range champion, but not at these prices.

    Chris just can’t seem to stop trying out new Borderlands character builds or testing out legendary weapons. If he’s not having fun benchmarking the latest and greatest PC hardware he’s frequently getting rekt while playing the crypto currency markets.

    Sours: https://www.pcgamer.com/sapphire-nitro-plus-radeon-rx-6700-xt-review-benchmarks/

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