THE BEST GPUs YOU CAN GET FOR UNDER 400$ AND 500$
The Radeon Rx 5700 and RX 5700Xt are two of the most powerful GPUs in the market and surprisingly at both the cards cost less than 500$ (RX 5700 less than 400$). The cards are designed to go head to head with RTX 2060(5700) and RTX 2070(5700 XT).
Both the cards come with Gddr6 memory type and according to AMD, the cards don’t consume a lot of power as their competitors do.
We are glad to review both the cards below with some quick specs after each card so that u go through them quickly
Radeon RX 5700 :
This is the base model and it features a 7nm technology and 36 compute units. IT’S based upon Navi architecture which is the latest offered by AMD. It comes with 8GB of Video Memory with a 256-bit interface, a bandwidth of 448gb/s, 14gb/s of memory speed all of this with the GPU running at 1465Mhz to 1725 Mhz.
- 8 GB of Video memory
- 1465 to 1725Mhz of clock speed
- 448Gb/s of bandwidth
- 14gb/s of memory speed
- 4 GP/s of pixel fill rate
- 144 texture unit
- 2304 stream processors
Radeon RX 5700XT :
Just like the base model this one also comes with a 7nm technology, 40 compute units as compared to 36 of the RX 5700. The 5700Xt has higher clock speeds, running at 1605Mhz to 1905mhz. This takes the card from 15.9 TFLOPS up to a much more impressive 19.51 TFLOPS.
It comes with 8GB of Video Memory just like RX 5700
- 8GB of Video Memory
- 40 compute units
- 1605 to 1905mhz of clock speed
- 122 GP/s of Pixel Fill rate
- 8 GT/s of texture fill rate
- 2560 stream processors
All of the cards will feature the latest AMD FreeSync 2 HDR technology, and TrueAudio Next. Of course, their new RDNA core architecture is on all of the cards, as is support for the latest APIs. All of the cards feature an 8-pin + 6-pin PSU connector and AMD recommends a 600W PSU. Of course, we’ll update you with real-world power requirements when the reviews go live.
- Radeon Media Engine
- RDNA Architecture
- VSR (4K)
- Radeon™ FreeSync Technology
- TrueAudio Next
- DirectX 12
- Vulkan API