Sapphire 11293-01-20G Radeon Pulse RX 5700 Xt 8GB GDDR6 HDMI/ TRIPLE DP OC w/ Backplate (UEFI) PCIe 4.0 Graphics Card
- 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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0 posts • 39 mentions • top 35 shown below
11 points • obeliskgming
Just an FYI, can be bought brand new for same price.
And sadly, Sapphire cards do not have transferable warranties.
2 points • BaconPancake_21
4GB would be the bare minimum for 1080p IMO. If you are looking for a card that will keep up with games for a few years, and maybe even go to 1440p, one of the better options, again IMO, is the RX 5700 XT which has 8GB VRAM and is 400 USD.
1 points • Short-Bow
1 points • aIexhuynh
Both 2060 super and rx 5700 xt are quite similar. Though NVIDIA has been around longer, the 5700 runs similar speeds, differing at most 20 fps. That being said, its really up to you. You cant go wrong with either. Though i do feel the 5700 is a good mix of productivity as well as gaming. And the 2060 is in tune with gaming. Though still very good. Def recommend looking through some videos and finding what you find most important in the GPU’S
So far my 5700 has been good for streaming and gaming alongside office use and editing.
The specific model:
And for usability of the H1, I absolutely love it. Temps and cooling are solid. And the desk footprint is bare to none. My PS4 took up more space on the desk so this has been a real good change. The look is just so sleek and minimal. Will be great for traveling or constant repositioning.
Also alot of people had a problem with the I/O being on the bottom, but i personally think its great, allows for easy cable management and a clean look!
1 points • Anxietyfuckedmeup
1 points • iBrooda
Your prices had me confused. Idk where you live but I saw $ sign so assumed it was in the us.
$399 here and on Newegg the 1660 super was listed as $388.
1 points • MidshipLyric
1 points • nienjaunjaun
hmm maybe im lookin at the wrong verisons? on amazon the pulse says 12.50 x 8.50 x 2.75 inches? is this the correct pulse?
1 points • IslamicFuck
So would this one be good? https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-11293-01-20G-Radeon-Backplate-Graphics/dp/B07WC7683C/ref=sr_1_13?keywords=rx+5700+xt&qid=1578893923&sr=8-13
1 points • Chopper0130
What motherboard do you have? An i9 9900k would be a very good upgrade.
Also upgrading to an RX 5700 XT would also really improve performance. AMD’s new Radeon Adrenaline settings allow for streaming right from the Radeon settings to discord tiktoc ect. Without the need for a separate program to be running freeing up valuable CPU and ram resources
I have this card in my i9 rig and it’s a solid card at 1440p 120+ FPS in everything I play.
1 points • anonymousxo
You can get a brand new Pulse 5700 XT for $410 from Amazon.
1 points • Chris_GTR
Neither. Save money and get a Sapphire Pulse 5700 XT www.amazon.com/Sapphire-11293-01-20G-Radeon-Backplate-Graphics/dp/B07WC7683C/ref
2 points • NonExistentDub
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.
1 points • AviraWolvezevie
>Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 XT 8 GB NITRO+ Video Card
So 306mm won't fit in my current case, so I think I'll go with the Sapphire Radeon Pulse RX 5700 XT
1 points • TheStark48
1 points • Vindicare13
I was hoping to keep this computer for a few years, so I think it's ok to spend a bit more.
You are right, I was looking at the 5600 pricing. I can find the 5700 on amazon I think, but I'm not sure if it's right.
XFX Radeon RX 5700 8 GB DD Ultra Video Card
XFX Radeon RX 5700 XT 8 GB THICC II Video Card
SI GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER 8 GB GAMING X Video Card
1 points • Fun_Hat
You can pick up a 5700 GT for around $400 https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-11293-01-20G-Radeon-Backplate-Graphics/dp/B07WC7683C
It should give you an FPS bump from what you're currently running: https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/amd-radeon-rx_5700-rx_5700_xt,6216-2.html
1 points • INM8_2
honestly depends on how much you want to pay, what you consider to be a portable case, and what you're demanding performance-wise. you shouldn't have too much trouble with thermals with the 3600, so a low-profile air cooler will probably do the trick and you can use a water-cooled gpu (note: they're gonna be more expensive) if the case doesn't have a ton of ventilation/fan mounts. if it's a small case with a lot of vents then you should try for something without a blower-style cooler.
edit: saw your comment about sg13. get a fully modular sfx psu to open up more space for airflow/cable management (trust me, you'll save your hands a lot of heartache). you have 10.5 inches to work with for your gpu, so it's going to limit the aftermarket cooler options. sapphire pulse rx and the msi gaming will definitely fit.
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.
1 points • jy3030
Here is the 5700xt Pulse: Sapphire 11293-01-20G Radeon Pulse RX 5700 Xt 8GB GDDR6 HDMI/ Triple DP OC w/ Backplate (UEFI) PCIe 4.0 Graphics Card https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WC7683C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Q-ZqEbGP089MN
Here is the 5700xt Nitro+: Sapphire 11293-03-40G Radeon Nitro+ Rx 5700 Xt 8GB GDDR6 Dual HDMI/ Dual DP OC (UEFI) PCIe 4.0 Graphics Card https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07XMNGVVD/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_5i0qEb6RA95FT
$50, my bad
1 points • nousersnameswereleft
does this show in stock for you?
1 points • SealOutOfWater
1 points • zero_space
1 points • Mesadoram
Hello everyone, I feel kind of dumb but my old graphics card had DVI to DVI so I can run the monitor at 144hz. This graphics card does not have that, it only has display ports and HDMI. So I am unsure if I need a display to DVI or if HDMI to HDMI will work to get 144hz. This is the exact card: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WC7683C and this is the exact monitor: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B2HH7G0
1 points • bradenlikestoreddit
I'll likely just return it. Are these the two cards you'd recommend?
1 points • SweatyNerd6969
This. However I'd spend a bit more money on the gpu and go with https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-11293-01-20G-Radeon-Backplate-Graphics/dp/B07WC7683C/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?keywords=5700xt&qid=1579198478&sr=8-1 I've heard bad things about xfx cards and this has good reviews. Another thing, if you are playing any competitive games id suggest a decent pair of headphones. https://www.amazon.com/HyperX-Cloud-Alpha-Gaming-Headset/dp/B074NBSF9N/ref=mp_s_a_1_1_sspa?keywords=hyperx+alpha&qid=1579198666&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUExS05ONzFNTlkzR1Y3JmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwMTQzODM2M0pSOVhZUlBYSk1LQSZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwMTMwMzI0M0pROVhUODRXUlJORCZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX3Bob25lX3NlYXJjaF9hdGYmYWN0aW9uPWNsaWNrUmVkaXJlY3QmZG9Ob3RMb2dDbGljaz10cnVl
These are my personal headphones and they have great depth and sound positioning. The mic is also pretty good for a gaming headset.
1 points • Crodul
1 points • jsonn17
So I’ve put together a list for the parts and I just wanted to make sure everything is right if you wouldn’t mind looking at it for me. If these are all the right parts I’ll be ordering them today.
Sapphire 11293-01-20G Radeon Pulse RX 5700 Xt 8GB GDDR6 HDMI/ Triple DP OC w/ Backplate (UEFI) PCIe 4.0 Graphics Card https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WC7683C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_MbELEbERH4T6S
SAMSUNG 8GB DDR4 PC4-21300 2666MHz 288 PIN UDIMM 1.2V CL 19 Desktop ram Memory Module M378A1K43DB2-CTD https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XLXWD5S/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_7dELEbN6HTA03
Noctua NH-U12S chromax.Black, 120mm Single-Tower CPU Cooler (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07Y88BNYZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_oeELEbZ56KV5B
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
Gigabyte 5700XT - regarded as one of the best price to performance cards on the market.
Sapphire Pulse - this is another great option! DO NOT get the black version because they use a worse cooler for it.
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.
1 points • galaxy227
What this build does wrong:
Do not buy a Sapphire Nitro. It's 450$, and quite frankly at that point you might as well just shell out another 50$ and get the RTX 2070 Super.
May I remind you, we take the risk with an AMD GPU solely because it saves us money.
Therefore, purchase a cheaper third-party card. I'd suggest the RX 5700 XT Sapphire Pulse. At 400$ you nearly get the performance of an RTX 2070 Super for 100$ less. Its also still one of the best third-party cards.
At this point you can pocket the money you saved from the Sapphire Pulse, or invest it into 32gb of RAM.
120$ for 32gb is only a 40$ increase from u/Chicken_Noodle_Soup suggesting his 80$ for 16gb. Remember, you saved 50$ from the Sapphire Pulse purchase, so you essentially double the power of your RAM with almost no loss to your build—and save 10$.
I'd suggest the Meshify C Fractal Design for a case, as it's arguably the best bang-for-your-buck purchase right now. It fluctuates anywhere from 80-100$, it's on sale for 90$ right now on Newegg.
1 points • Geek1405
So basically instead of waiting for the RMA you rushed and bought new card and got yourself into a pickle on your own, and you blame the card? Sure it was faulty but it's an AMD card and the General consensus is that Sapphire Powercolor and XFX make the best cards, just as EVGA and Zotac on the Nvidia side the rest aren't guaranteed on either side, just look at what Gamers Nexus says about the different 5700xt models and Hardware Unboxed about this very comparaison. The results will shock you I'm sure but the Sapphire Nitro+ and the Powercolor Red Devil are the best 5700xt if you want to pay for them, but the Sapphire Pulse, Gigabyte OC, and Powercolor Red Dragon are the best value, and the best buys, MSI fucked up the 5700xt 3 times (Evoke, Mech and Gaming X) that doesn't make the 5700xt a bad card as a whole, rather that you've had a bad experience with this specific board partner and should avoid them, other board partners make better cards without issues, hell even the reference is better than the Gaming X in terms of cooling (not noise normalized but at least it cools it when it's loud) not to mention the 150$, as highlighted above, price difference that makes the 5700xt that they're choosing a steal.
IMO best value 5700xt: https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-11293-01-20G-Radeon-Backplate-Graphics/dp/B07WC7683C/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=5700+xt&qid=1596016025&sr=8-3 Best overall 5700xt: https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-11293-03-40G-Radeon-Nitro-Graphics/dp/B07XMNGVVD/ref=psdc_284822_t2_B07WC7683C or https://www.amazon.com/PowerColor-Devil-Radeon-GDDR6-Graphics/dp/B07WP6TYQ3/ref=psdc_284822_t4_B07WC7683C
1 points • Skopi7
Absolutely. These are the best ones you can get. I own the gigabyte version and it has been amazing so far. The last two are premium models, so they're usually a bit more expensive, but you can't go wrong with either of these 4 models. I'd say get what's cheapest where you are.
1 points • LIAMTHEPCWIZ
For your case id buy a ryzen 3900x and x570 motherboard as this is crucial for game development even a little more so than gpu.