Gigabyte Gv-R57XTGAMING OC-8GD Radeon Rx 5700 Xt Gaming OC 8G Graphics Card, PCIe 4.0, 8GB 256-Bit GDDR6, Video Card

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  • Powered by 7nm Radeon rdna architecture
  • Accelerated game fidelity with Radeon image sharpening & fidelity fx
  • Immersive gaming experience with free sync & free sync 2 HDR technology
  • Wind force 3x with alternate spinning fans & 5 direct touch copper heat pipes
  • Intuitive controls with AORUS engine
  • Protection metal back plate - The metal back plate not only provides an aesthetical shape, but also enhances the structure of the graphics card to provide complete protection.
  • Power indicators - The smart power LED indicators alert the player when any PCI-E power supply is abnormal.
  • Composite heat-pipe - The composite heat-pipe combines thermal conductivity and phase transition to efficiently manage the heat transfer between two solid interfaces, which increases cooling capacity.

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r/buildapc • comment
3 points • Abzorbing
r/pcmasterrace • comment
1 points • meat_toboggan69

Pretty sure he meant this

r/buildapc • comment
1 points • proexterminator

Why not get the Rx 5700xt for around 400 dollars. Its a lot better value than the 1660

r/hardwareswap • comment
1 points • Joww4L

Is that the same model as this one on Amazon for $419?

r/buildapc • comment
1 points • The-erectus-t-rex

I switched to this One now is it better u/theepicflyer

r/buildmeapc • comment
1 points • SweatyNerd6969

This one is very highly rated by YouTubers and reviews

r/buildapc • comment
1 points • extra_ranch

Why switch MOBOs? Bios flashback is easy and I won't need a WIFI card.

I hear you on the M.2 drive. Lower speed and lifespan with QLC, will probably take your advice.

I've been rethinking my video card for the past hour and decided on this instead.

Monitor is my biggest personal preference so I won't be changing that.

I hear you on the case but I really fucking like it ugh. Will be the first place I go to cut costs if I decide to.

r/NiceHash • comment
1 points • Nubsly-

They're the Gigabyte triple fan cards, I remember reading they're not dual bios cards.

r/hackintosh • comment
1 points • Spenro

The gigabyte rg 5700 xt?

Gigabyte Radeon Rx 5700 Xt Gaming OC 8G Graphics Card, PCIe 4.0, 8GB 256-Bit GDDR6, Gv-R57XTGAMING OC-8GD Video Card

I actually just canceled the Vega 56 and am going to get this instead after realizing this is 2-3 years newer. Do you know if there are any kext changes or config changes that I would need from this switch? (I premade the usb today)

r/pcmasterrace • comment
1 points • Rettznom

Like this one?

r/PcBuild • post
3 points • DoraTheMan
GPU compatibility

Is the GPU Gigabyte Radeon RX 5700 XT compatible with the motherboard MSI A320M-A PRO MAX? I was planning to buy the RX 5700 XT due to my system being bottlenecked by my GPU. So I was wondering if it was even compatible.

r/Amd • comment
1 points • Ragin_Hindu

I just bought one of these

Gigabyte Radeon Rx 5700 Xt Gaming OC 8G Graphics Card, PCIe 4.0, 8GB 256-Bit GDDR6, Gv-R57XTGAMING OC-8GD Video Card

Installed it on Monday (upgraded from an rx580). I didn’t get a black screen but rather a pink one. Windows boot up and I logged in, no issues with the display. Then after I’m logged in the screen quickly flashed and my entire screen was pink, I could still see the icons, just everything was shades of pink. I did a quick reboot and have had zero issues since. Played borderlands 3 for around 5 hours nonstop without issues.

Getting the GPU to work on my Linux side of my PC was a bit more work however.

r/buildapc • comment
1 points • ThunderElectric

Yeah, looks great! Although, if you want to save around $80-$100 and don’t mind sacrificing a few features, some of your time to fiddle around with drivers (although it’s gotten better), and 1-2 frames, you could find a 5700xt like this one for $90 cheaper. Don’t get me wrong though, the 2070s is still an amazing card with many more features, and you aren’t wasting any money by buying it instead of the 5700xt.

r/pcmasterrace • comment
1 points • ericjayy

This is one of the best models out there Gigabyte Radeon Rx 5700 Xt Gaming OC 8G Graphics Card, PCIe 4.0, 8GB 256-Bit GDDR6, Gv-R57XTGAMING OC-8GD Video Card

r/buildapc • comment
1 points • MrDankky

This one looks good:

r/iRacing • comment
1 points • Rjmiller416
r/premiere • comment
1 points • AstraGaming

Yeh it looks like a failing GPU then. Tried Software Only and so far no weird pixels. I do have the latest driver though. I use the RX 5700 XT from AMD (Amazon link)

r/buildapcsales • comment
1 points • Rnorman3

Worth noting that this same card is on amazon for $399.

You don’t get the $20 discount from the Newegg promo code. But if you have an amazon credit card, the 5% cash back from buying on amazon makes up for that, in the event that you miss the sale.

r/buildmeapc • comment
1 points • Gersttt

Simply because I don't follow the latest parts and spent under an hour putting this together. I read a few posts on r/simracing saying it performed well in VR for the games I'm interested in, so I went with it. This sort of feedback is why I'm here. Wanna recommend something better value?

EDIT: I also read good (and maybe more recent) things about the Radeon RX 5700s. I think I originally had trouble finding one in stock somewhere, but I found this one for $400. Better option?

r/pcmasterrace • post
2 points • nick-105
I was wondering if anyone knows if this Graphics card would fit this case if I had an AIO cooler In a Win 101C case
r/Amd • comment
1 points • Vanthrin

For those who are wondering, this is also the exact model I went with:

r/oculus • comment
1 points • WHYMEMES

The 5700XT is a great card and performs without any issues as of right now and it's honestly very stable for me. Don't get the Blower style AMD card because it just has to many issues as of right now. The only AMD 5700XT cards i would recommend as of right now is in the links below.
Sapphire Pulse 5700XT
Gigabyte Radeon Rx 5700XT Gaming OC
Those are the only 2 5700XT cards i would recommend. As they both have good cooling and they really have no issues im aware of. I tested both of them and they worked about the same. The 5700XT cards are more optimised for 1440P gaming and not so much in the range of 4K gaming. They can do 4K gaming but not great. I have tested many AMD cards and the 5700XT cards is honestly very stable in its current state.
If you want something along the lines of 4K gaming then opt in for a RTX 2070 Super. As the RTX 2070 Super is better then the 5700XT AMD cards. It will also do 4K gaming much better than the 5700XT cards. A 5700XT is more along the same performance with a RTX 2060 from my testing and benchmarks. The RTX 2070 SUper can do 4K gaming. But if you would like a flawless 4K gaming experience then get a RTX 2080 or a RTX 2080 Super or a RTX 2080Ti a RTX 2080Ti is slightly better than the RTX 2080 Super but yea the choice is yours.

r/buildapc • post
2 points • illegalcharacters
GPU height clearance for WiFi card

Recently, I did some major upgrades to my PC (new MB, processor and ram) upon putting everything back together I noticed that my WiFi card is blocking one of the fans of my Sapphire RX480 4gb. I didn't have this issue with my previous MB and I searched the subreddit and found many users who said this wouldn't be an issue just that my GPU would get hot fast.

However, I have a brand new 5700XT on the way and I'm trying to have as little complications as possible. I looked at the dimensions on both cards and the 5700XT seems to be bigger. Anyone have any suggestions?

Current GPU

New 5700 XT I purchased

Current WiFi card


I'm open to purchasing a new WiFi card, I do not want to change my case and thus my MB.

r/buildapcsales • comment
1 points • coochie_gang

Same price on Amazon, but no bundle deal

Gamers Nexus had this as the best overall 5700 XT in their review video btw

r/pcmasterrace • comment
3 points • Yourhopegaming

The 5700xt in general is a good card, most of the driver issues are solved. That being said I do not recommend any of the XFX cards, they tend to have bad cooling at around the same price point of many other cards. I would instead advise you to get either a Sapphire Pulse or a Gigabyte Gaming OC if you wish to stick in that price range, or if you want to go all out, get a Sapphire Nitro+. Some people may recommend the Powercolor Red Devil, but I do no think it is worth the increased price over the Gigabyte and Sapphire.

Edit: formality

r/buildapc • comment
1 points • Tib5

Hardware haven't really been released this year, so it'd be the same from last year. Expect things to change in a few months time when new graphics cards and CPUs to release. Expect something to be announced/revealed from June to August. With a release not too long after that. I'd imagine Nvidia would want to crap all over the new consoles, so I'd put money on it happening around then.

So a Ryzen 7 3700x, and a 5700XT.

r/pcmasterrace • comment
1 points • jorshthehacker

You could get an RX 5700 XT for $409

You could also get an RTX 2060 for $330

r/buildapc • comment
1 points • IrrationalHawk

found a gigabyte 5700 xt that might work for just a bit more on price.

should be good enough? or should i splurge the bit more for something else or even swap the gpu to nvidia

r/Amd • comment
1 points • Kidnovatex

For me that wouldn't be a big enough discount to forego the 2 year warranty. The Gigabyte card can be had for $399 and comes with a 3 year warranty. Not quite as nice as the Nitro+, but most people seem pleased with it.


r/buildapc • comment
0 points • ChaoticEnigmaFTW

Radeon rx 5700xt.

r/buildapc • comment
1 points • SoshJam

I'm new to PC building and am still trying to figure out the difference between a GPU and a graphics card. I found a nice component that fit my budget, other components, and needs, and whichever website I found it on said it was a combination of GPU and graphics card, but on Amazon it only said graphics card. It seems too expensive to just be one or the other. Is it a combination of the two? If not, which is it? Which GPU or graphics card should I get to match if it is just one piece?

r/buildapc • comment
1 points • nannerb121

Honestly, all 5700XT cards are within just 1-3 FPS of each other. You don’t necessarily need to look at performance. What you need to look at is cooling, many AIB partners cheaper out with their cooling which causes throttling to happen.

Here are my recommendations for 5700XT

  1. Gigabyte 5700XT - regarded as one of the best price to performance cards on the market.

  2. Sapphire Pulse - this is another great option! DO NOT get the black version because they use a worse cooler for it.

  3. Sapphire Nitro+ - I have this card and it’s absolutely phenomenal! Gorgeous aesthetics and fantastic cooling. The one caveat is that it’s a bit more expensive than the other models.

r/buildapc • comment
1 points • tanglee11

I would go for this graphics card, similar performance and it is much cheaper than the 2070 Super. ( RX 5700 XT )


I recommend you to check this video.

r/hackintosh • post
3 points • pixelbased
$2k for a Hackintosh...can I build a fast, solid machine with the enclosed components?

Hi everyone!

So with the announcement of Apple moving to ARM next year or so, I wanted to hold back on buying a new Mac. My 2014 MBP is showing its age and there’s some battery/boot problems (another story). My Mac Mini from 2015 or so decided it can’t use a monitor - so I’m in the market.

Every time I price out a 16” MBP, I get to $5300 or more (highest GFX, 2TB HD, 64GB ram)...which, for something that might be obsolete in a few short years time, might not be the best investment. I see how quick my iPad Pro is with rendering 360 videos from my GoPro, or working with my RAW photos, and I am sure Apple is going to knock it out of the park with ARM, but for now, I need a personal computer that isn’t my work Mac (2017 MBP 15) or my iPad Pro.

When Hackintosh first was a thing, I built one, but it was never truly stable. Granted, the lay of the land was quite different back then. Eventually I paid the Apple tax and have been in the ecosystem since. But things are different now, and I feel like diving back into some tinkering, but also with a bit of stability.

I have been doing some research, and put together a system for about $1900. I wanted to know if this setup seems like a solid, quick setup to you. I went with Intel because of the Thunderbolt 3 native capability for down the road. I have a Samsung 49” Ultrawide 5k monitor that I would be using this with. I don’t plan to game, but rather, do image and video editing (Leica 47mp RAW, Video, GoPro Max, 4K DJI footage, etc.)

I’m unsure what my hesitation is. I want to say I picked the right parts...but when I get to $2k, I ask myself if I should just get a MBP 13” and leverage that, or an entry level 15” MBP. Is the system I am planning to build powerful enough that it would be drastically different from the MBP?

I keep looking at benchmarks and such, and it’s a rabbit hole...but if any of the Hackintosh experts here could guide me as to whether I’m making a good or bad decision with the below, I’d truly appreciate it!

Motherboard: Gigabyte z490 Vision D

CPU: Intel i7-10700 4.8GHz (8 core/16 thread)

CPU Cooler: Watercool Cooler Master MasterLiquid

Ram: 64GB Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 3200

SSD: 1TB Samsung 970 Evo Plus M.2

VRAM: 8GB Gigabyte Radeon RX5700 XT

PSU: GameMax 850W Fully Modular

Case: Thermaltake Core

Plus a Hackintosh WLAN:

r/buildapcforme • comment
1 points • NightStalkerx7

PCPartPicker Part List

Type|Item|Price :----|:----|:---- CPU | AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4 GHz 6-Core Processor | $139.99 @ Newegg Motherboard | Gigabyte B450M DS3H Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard | $72.99 @ Best Buy Memory | G.Skill Aegis 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3000 CL16 Memory | $53.99 @ Amazon Storage | Silicon Power A60 512 GB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive | $54.99 @ Amazon Video Card | Gigabyte Radeon RX 5700 XT 8 GB GAMING OC Video Card | $360.79 Power Supply | SeaSonic S12III 550 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply | $69.95 @ Amazon | Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts | | Total | $752.70 | Generated by PCPartPicker 2020-09-01 11:15 EDT-0400 |

So I checked up Shadowlands' "recommend" requirements and you'll need:

  • 4-core 8-thread CPU; so I instead opted for a 6-core 12-threaded CPU
  • 100GB storage; so a 500GB NVME SSD would suffice
  • 8GB RAM; so 16GB would be more than enough
  • A card as strong as flagships of 2 previous generations (1080 and vega 64); so I'm assuming a used RX 5700XT for 360$ is a steal and performs much better than the mentioned cards.
  • 550W is more than enough for 5700XT, also 5 year warranty
  • 5700 XT

r/pcmasterrace • comment
1 points • Roxthemolecule

Just ordered my 2nd builds parts

|Component|Title|Price| |:-|:-|:-| |CPU|Ryzen 9 3900X|$432 (Amazon US)|) |Motherboard|ASRock X570M Pro4|$179 (Amazon US)|) |GPU 1|Gigabyte Radeon RX 5700 XT Gaming OC|$409 (Amazon US)|) |RAM 1|2x16 Corsair Vengance RGB 3200 CAS16|$175 (Custom Price)|) |Storage 1|Crucial P1 1TB|$139 (Amazon US)|) |PSU|Corsair RM850x|$144 (Amazon US)|) |Case|Corsair Crystal 280X RGB|$169 (Amazon US)|) |Case Fan 1|Corsair LL Series LL120 RGB 120mm Dual Light Loop RGB LED PW|$116 (Amazon US)|) |CPU Cooler|Corsair H100i PLATINUM RGB|$192 (Amazon US)|) | | | | |Total Price|$1955| | |Generated by BuildCores|BuildCores for iOS|BuildCores for Android|

My question: Will this CPU be worth over clocking? I did get the AIO in case I could/should but I have never overclocked before so I want to make sure it would be okay to do!

r/buildapcforme • comment
1 points • FiftySmurf

A complete setup i amde for you. Wish this will be able to help you.

Cpu: Ryzen 3600+MotherBoard Duo (297$)

Gpu: RX 5700XT (410$)

Ram: Corsair LPX 32GB 3200Mhz (130$)

Case: NZXT H510i (110$)

Monitor: LG 34" 21:9 1440p For right color gamut and more screen real estate (507.5$)

Mouse: Logitech G203 (30.5$)

Keyboard: Corsair K68 (100$)

Storage: WD Blue 2TB SSD (you can go raid 0 2 x 1TB if thats cheaper) (230$)

PSU: TT Smart PRO 750W (110$)

Bonus: Mid range graphic tablet with enough screen and good color gamut

Huion Kamvas Pro 13 GT (280$)

Total: 2205$


Since you want 2x High resolution monitors it is really hard to stay in budget. monitor should do your job with its size, resolution, color accuracy and refresh rate

For this resolution you will need a powerful graphic card for both Animation & Gaming so i gone for 5700xt and for a decent one

For this use purpose you would need at least Ryzen 3600 so there it is but if there is any budget headroom may strected further you should seek 3700x 3800x

You will need probably more ram but i choose 2x16gb 3200mhz so you can add another 32gb if you will need/have the budget for later.

Case Psu etc. should do the job with good looks. I choose ssd because you will need read speeds in your system and more space than regular 1tb hdd. This should be your all-in-one solution for storage.

Graphic tablet is a recommendation from my friend. I will go for 15.6 XP-pen Artist Pro later this year since i started lightly making my own assets for a game project but it was much more expensive. Tho im not sure you will need this scale of a tablet with screen since some places in my are uses no-screen little drawing pads instead but i find them rather hard to use honestly.

If you have further questions feel free to ask!