Sapphire 11296-01-20G Radeon Pulse RX 5600 XT 14GBPS 6GB GDDR6 HDMI / Triple DP OC w/ Backplate (UEFI) PCIe 4.0 Graphics Card
- Boost clock: Up to 1750 MHz
- Game clock: Up to 1615 MHz
- Memory clock: 14 Gbps effective
- 4 outputs: 3 x DP, 1 x HDMI
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50 points • iarekillua
2 points • AstolfoFan89
https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-11296-01-20G-posterior-tarjeta-gr%C3%A1fica/dp/B083R25Z94/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=rx+5600+xt&qid=1598736157&sr=8-3 this is the best upgrade you could get for your price point. It’s about on par with the 2060 just without ray tracing
1 points • Utah_Wolverine
Would this work with my motherboard? It looks like the Sapphire model is supposed to be inline with the Gigabyte https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-11296-01-20G-Radeon-backplate-Graphics/dp/B083R25Z94/ref=sr_1_3?crid=1UE2FIQHC8JWA&dchild=1&keywords=rx+5600+xt+sapphire&qid=1594230306&sprefix=rx+5600+XT%2Caps%2C183&sr=8-3
1 points • Nend__Sudes
Might’ve been https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-11296-01-20G-Radeon-Backplate-Graphics/dp/B083R25Z94
1 points • ImaStillInsane
If Future proofing is in mind then the 5600XT might be a better choice, especially as Vulkan is become more popular but, if you where willing to spend more then a 2060Super would be the best option whitout breaking the bank!
I would recommend this one: https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-11296-01-20G-Radeon-Backplate-Graphics/dp/B083R25Z94/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3CMWE349ZR7VL&dchild=1&keywords=sapphire+pulse+radeon+rx+5600+xt&qid=1587400277&s=electronics&sprefix=sapphire+%2Celectronics%2C246&sr=1-1
But the ones you picked are great choices!
But futureproofing is kindof a .. dont know how to word it, not a real thing..
What many people on here do instead, like me, is just upgrade a midrange gaming PC everytime after mabey 3 years.
So for example you might get a 5600XT now then mabey 3 years down the line, upgrade it and the other components to what is then the ''midrange''
Chances are the high end will almost be just as outdated as the lower end of the same generation, bar the 1080-1080ti as they where just stupidly powerfull for their time, the 1080Ti has just about the same performance as an 2080Super.
1 points • UnderPressure240
Seems like radeon fixed the driver issues with newer gpus. I am planning on getting this gpu once it is restocked. You can see the reviews here: https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-11296-01-20G-Radeon-Backplate-Graphics/dp/B083R25Z94/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=rx+5600+xt&qid=1593648358&sprefix=rx+56&sr=8-3
1 points • Oliver_Fist
Sapphire 5600 XT. Not the BE edition, the original. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B083R25Z94
1 points • Veryverysad_violinst
their the same thing.... The actual graphics driving chip is the 5600XT (Made by AMD) while the card (fans, I/O, etc) is made by Sapphire. But that: https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-11296-01-20G-Radeon-Backplate-Graphics/dp/B083R25Z94
1 points • papidomiii
I literally just received mine two hours ago. And I’m a first time builder. Yikes... I’m pretty worried now :(
However, after reading several articles about the complications and the updated VBIOS I did make sure to buy this Sapphire one
But is this one with the updated bios ? I’m still confused.
1 points • FeelsBadlel
Is this it ?
1 points • PandaMondayz
Sapphire 11296-01-20G Radeon Pulse RX 5600 XT 14GBPS 6GB GDDR6 HDMI / Triple DP OC w/ backplate (UEFI) PCIe 4.0 Graphics Card https://www.amazon.com/dp/B083R25Z94/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_CllLFb3F0FWNE?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
How is this one?
2 points • NovaElixir
2 points • CuddlingPuppies
Currently I can only get my monitor to run at 144hz with my DVI cable connected to my old evga gtx 770.
My question is, how do I utilize my DVI/hdmi 144hz 1080p monitor with a card that only has one hdmi and 3 displayports. (As far as I know I don’t think hdmi supports 144hz?)
1 points • titlestaken
1 points • corsair1141
Hello, I'm having trouble comparing two sapphire 5600 xt gpu's. One of them is the double DP version and is 300$, but doesn't mention 14gbps, while the second version is triple DP, 315$ and does mention 14gbps.
Is there a significant difference between both cards? I understand the difference between double dp and triple dp, but not sure what the 14gbps difference is.
Here are the links to both versions: https://www.amazon.com/-/es/Sapphire-11296-01-20G-posterior-tarjeta-gr%C3%A1fica/dp/B083R25Z94/ref=sr_1_5?__mk_es_US=%C3%85M%C3%85%C5%BD%C3%95%C3%91&dchild=1&keywords=5600+xt&qid=1605453404&sr=8-5
1 points • VorpeHd
The 5700 is worth the extra $20 though, 2GB more VRAM and faster, and can flash to an XT.
1 points • TheStark48
1 points • bubblesort33
You might be best replacing your whole system eventually. But for now 5600 XT Pulse
or RTX 2060 would be good ($300)
1 points • WillyG5600
Are you sure it will fit. Also, is this the one https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-11296-01-20G-Radeon-backplate-Graphics/dp/B083R25Z94
1 points • blubs_will_rule
Hey op of the other post here. Yeah, it was just barely cheaper. That’s part of how there’s so little differentiation between the two, and increased my own confusion when I realized it was a different card. It seems to retail for 270-280 dollars while the regular model retails for, well, 280 dollars. If I had known I’d have gotten the other for around 5, maybe 10 bucks more in a heartbeat.
Here they are on amazon. Five dollar difference.
1 points • perc-fiend
All 5600XT cards are the same minus cooling/power solution (2 or 3 fan) and whether or not they have a vbios update pre-installed or not. (Model list: https://www.amd.com/en/graphics/amd-radeon-rx-5600-xt-14gps-models) If you're pretty technologically literate and you can flash ur vbios fine, you could really buy any of those models, otherwise stick with the ones that come pre-installed.
Personally my money's on the Sapphire Pulse model, just because they are known for building the best AIB radeon cards basically always. https://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-11296-01-20G-Radeon-Backplate-Graphics/dp/B083R25Z94
Or, if you already have an OK rig, you could wait for Ampere and RDNA2 cards coming later this year that look very promising, but if it's your first one I wouldn't hold my breath. Especially because the 5600XT is already a heavy hitter in price to performance.
1 points • SuspendThisGangster
200 for rx580 is a bad price. I paid 320 in 2018. 5600xt was around 250 just recently.
If you're that desperate to upgrade, there exists plenty of of options* between a 960 and this. rx480, rx570, gtx980, gtx1060
But I don't know your location so I can't help any further with this.
i had a 7970 that was faster than your 960, and it cost 330.. in 2012. You're overpaying a fair bit.
I find rx570s for 150 there too. 200 is too much for this card.
Here is a 5600xt for 289, but it has been around 255 before.
1 points • minecraft_fnaf_2008
Honestly the Ryzen 2600 still holds up great. I wouldn't recommend upgrading your CPU or motherboard, you'll get much more out of getting the upgrades you mentioned. I would get a 1 tb SSD ($120), [16gb RAM] (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0143UM4TC?) ($62) and a rx5600xt ($300). Total is $482, not including tax. You'll see huge gains in performance from these upgrades. I hope this helps!
3 points • Irefang
Need advice on a build.
Hello BuildAPC! I am looking to build a new system and have not done so in a long time. I have spent a few hours doing some research and would love some feedback. Also if I am missing any crucial items to actually build the PC, please let me know.
Board: Gigabyte X570 AORUS Ultra ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SVRZ2DX/?coliid=I1ZFWBTUK21UY5&colid=MK1N00NJU4J0&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it )
Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07SXMZLPK/?coliid=I1BA517TAHZAZH&colid=MK1N00NJU4J0&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it )
Graphics: Radeon Pulse RX 5600 XT ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B083R25Z94/?coliid=IJELFCFIAUOP9&colid=MK1N00NJU4J0&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it )
RAM: Viper Steel Series DDR4 16GB ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MV1TH2V/?coliid=I375FLQHMNG0LH&colid=MK1N00NJU4J0&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it )
Drive: XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB ( https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07K1HMMJC/?coliid=I2ZMCXQTZ6UFA4&colid=MK1N00NJU4J0&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it )
I know I need a case and power supply, but figured those will be the least important part of the build. I would love any input or suggestions. I am trying to stay around the
1 points • danwantstoquit
On the high end you have the RX 5600 XT and the GTX 1660 ti. Lower down you have the RX 580 / RX 590 or the GTX 1650 SUPER. For brands I would recommend Sapphire on the AMD side, EVGA on the Nvidia side. IMO those are some of the best quality card makers for their respective products. All of these cards would be great. the RX 5600 XT I linked it what I would buy if I was in your position, but any of these would be good picks.
1 points • rbala_97
If he already has a monitor and peripherals I would suggest something like this which I just put together (sorry for it being in US dollars, I calculated it and it's around £920): https://pcpartpicker.com/list/bvynvW
If he does not have peripherals and/or a monitor I would suggest something switching the Graphics Card to maybe an RTX 2060: MSI GeForce RTX 2060 Ventus or on the AMD side, an RX 5700: Gigabyte RX 5700 or even an RX 5600 XT: Sapphire PULSE Radeon RX 5600 XT and adding a good value monitor, something a little like an Acer 23.8" Monitor. For peripherals, you could go in many different ways but personally I would say something like the Corsair K55 Keyboard: Corsair Gaming K55 Keyboard and a Logitech G502 HERO: Logitech G502 HERO. Reminder: Windows 10 costs a lot, but I usually just download it onto a flash drive and use Windows 10 unactivated. A few features will be unavailable of course, but I definitely think it's not worth spending over 100 dollars on.
If for whatever reason you do want to use activated windows I would make something like this which has everything you would need (aside from either headphones or speakers): https://pcpartpicker.com/list/3p6WRk
If you would want to make your own list, which I would recommend, I would tell you to get a case with good airflow, you may need to add a few intake/exhaust fans. I would recommend going an AMD build over Intel for CPU's, but Intel is still great for a few certain things, depends on what he needs. Also, one thing to keep in mind if you do go AMD, Ryzen chip's like high-frequency memory, so 3200 speed or 3600 speed would be great. As someone else said before, don't skimp out on a Power Supply. If you decide to save a few bucks and go for something cheap, you may very well plant an active bomb inside your system.
Hope this helps.