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The Radeon RX 5600 XT AMD has placed a graphics card on par with the Nvidia Geforce RTX 2060. Both do not compromise on performance, offer (only) 6 GB, and cost a comparable amount. For AMD to come close to the GeForce RTX 2060, a BIOS update was necessary, even surprising partners.

The Radeon RX 5500 XT, AMD is replacing the Polaris generation on the desktop, currently in the Radeon RX 570, RX 580, and RX 590. Unsurprisingly, the new GeForce GTX 1650 Super is Nvidia’s direct opponent. The navigation graphics card shows a good performance, but the price is clearly too high at the start.

General Info

ChipGPS 10GPS 14
TransistorsApprox. 10.3 billionApprox. 6.4 billion
Stream Processors2304 CUDA Cores1408 CUDA Cores
InterfacePCI Express 4.0 x16PCI Express 4.0 x16
Shader units2,3041,408
Supported APIsDirectX: 12
OpenGL: 4.6
DirectX: 12


The Radeon RX 5600 XT Pulse is comparatively compact, but the graphics card is not small either. Above all, the model is quite high at 13.5 cm. An eight-pin power plug is still required for operation.
When it comes to the Dual-X cooler, there is no difference between the two models. There is a single large aluminum cooling block, but copper is in direct contact with the Navi-10 GPU. Three heat pipes ensure faster heat transport. Two axial fans with a diameter of 95 mm are responsible for the fresh air, which stop at low GPU temperatures. There is an aluminum backplate on the back.

The primary BIOS also significantly overclocks the memory

Those whose Radeon RX 5600 XT Pulse still have the old BIOS versions can download the new and faster versions themselves from Sapphire. In addition to the new BIOS files, the download also includes installation instructions.

Sapphire equips the Radeon RX 5600 XT Pulse with two different BIOS versions. The alternative BIOS is also based on AMD’s specifications in the final version. The game clock is specified with 1,460 MHz, the boost clock with up to 1,620 MHz. The GPU can allow itself a maximum of 135 watts, which is, however, a value that the graphics card with the alternative BIOS simply cannot achieve.

The primary, factory-active BIOS deviates from this and thus also from AMD’s reference specifications. Sapphire makes intensive use of the BIOS restrictions that AMD relaxed shortly before the launch. For the primary BIOS of the Radeon RX 5600 XT Pulse, a game clock of 1,615 MHz and a maximum boost of 1,750 MHz apply, which is a huge plus of 240 MHz and 190 MHz, respectively, compared to the reference. In addition, the memory is “overclocked” from 6,000 MHz to 7,000 MHz. And the GPU can allow itself up to 160 watts. So there is a pretty big difference in performance between the two BIOS versions.

Apart from that, the Radeon RX 5600 XT Pulse is a fairly simple graphics card. There are no special features, and the RGB lighting with the Sapphire lettering is simple. It can control the monitor from three DisplayPort 1.4 outputs with DSC compression or an HDMI 2.0b connection.


The Radeon RX 5500 XT Pulse is based on its bigger brother, the Radeon RX 5700 Pulse; only everything is one size smaller. The dual-slot cooler is shorter at 23 cm and not quite as high at 12 cm. Towards the end of the card, it clearly protrudes above the PCB because the PCB with the seven voltage converter circuits measures only 18 cm.

The graphics card does not rely on several small heat sinks; instead, there is only one large one. This consists exclusively of aluminum; only above the GPU is there an embedded copper block. Three heat pipes should improve the heat transport; the same applies to the attached backplate. Two axial fans with a diameter of 95 mm are responsible for the fresh air. These switch off at low temperatures.

Sapphire names the clock rates of AMD’s reference specifications for the Radeon RX 5500 XT Pulse with 1,607 MHz, 1,717 MHz, and 1,845 MHz. Unfortunately, the manufacturer does not provide any information on GPU power, but the Afterburner shows around 100 watts. The entire graphics card can accept 135 watts, which is 5 watts more than the reference specification. This means that the model is minimally overclocked. The 4 GB GDDR6 memory clocks at 7,000 MHz. Those who prefer 8 GB of memory, but are generally interested in the Pulse, can rest assured that the same model will also be available with the aforementioned amount of memory.

Memory Support

GPU Clock Rate1130 MHz1607 MHz
GPU Boost Clock Rate1560 MHz1845 MHz
Memory Speed14 Gb/s14 Gb/s
Memory Configuration6 GB8 GB
Memory InterfaceGDDR6GDDR6
Memory Interface Width144-Bit128-Bit
Memory Bandwidth336 GB/s224 GB/s
TFLOPs (FP16)14.4 TFLOPs10.4 TFLOPs
AI coresNoNo
Ray tracingNoNo
Pixel fill rate100 GPix / s45 GPix / s

The Sapphire Radeon RX 5600 XT Pulse can hardly be overclocked. This is not due to the hardware as such; rather, AMD set a few limits in the end. The GPU can only be overclocked by 40 MHz and the memory by 440 MHz before the driver limits. Without the faster BIOS, there would have been more leeway with the BIOS; however, the potential increase in performance has largely been used up at the factory. After all: the Radeon RX 5600 XT Pulse easily copes with the small margin.

The speed increases by a further 4 to 6 percent, depending on the game. That is an astonishing amount for the minority of the changes.

The Radeon RX 5500 XT only has limited overclocking potential. Both graphics cards ran stably up to a clock frequency of around 1,910 MHz, values ​​above that led to crashes. That is about 50 to 100 MHz more than in the original state. Even then, the higher power limit of the Radeon RX 5500 XT Red Dragon is not needed. The voltage of the GPU cannot be increased further on either model.

The driver allows a maximum clock speed increase of 440 MHz in terms of memory, which both graphics cards can handle without any problems. The built-in GDDR6 memory has no problems with 7,440 MHz. In games, about 5 percent more performance could be squeezed out of the Radeon RX 5500 XT.

Display Support

Display Connectors3 x DisplayPort 1.4
1 x HDMI 2.0b
3 x DisplayPort 1.4
1 x HDMI 2.0b
Maximum Digital Resolution3840 x 21607680 x 4320
Dimensions279 x 115.96 mm 2.5 Slots281 x 115 mm 2 Slots
Weight1.34 kg1.29 kg
Cooler TypeOpen FansinkOpen Fansink

Power Requirements

PCI Power Connectors1 x 8-Pin1 x 8-Pin
Power consumption150 watts130 watts


AMD’s Navi-10 GPU is frugal on the Windows desktop, and that also applies to the Sapphire Radeon RX 5600 XT Pulse. More than 7 watts are not required for the desktop. When playing a UHD video with 60 FPS on YouTube, on the other hand, the hunger for energy increases significantly. However, with 28 watts, the graphics card still needs a little less than the Radeon RX 5700 and Radeon RX 5700 XT, but ultimately still a good deal more than the competing products from Nvidia.


The Radeon RX 5500 XT is frugal on the Windows desktop. The Sapphire Radeon RX 5500 XT Pulse has a good, if not spectacular, 9 watts; the PowerColor Radeon RX 5500 XT is even satisfied with a perfect 7 watts. The comparably fast Radeon RX 590 still required 20 watts in the same scenario. While playing a UHD video on YouTube, the graphics cards generate 23 or 25 watts, which is better than the Polaris predecessor and comparable to the Turing competition. The measurement also shows that the PowerColor graphics card requires less energy than the Sapphire accelerator when there is no or low load.



The specifications relaxed by AMD make the graphics card faster without power consumption and volume getting out of hand. However, if you want to own such a Radeon RX 5600 XT shortly, you have to use the BIOS update tool manually because the models that will be available in stores now still rely on BIOS versions that allow less clock speed. That shouldn’t have happened to AMD.

AMD did not provide the Radeon RX 5600 XT with better specifications from the start. With old limits, the latest AMD graphics card with the old specifications of the GeForce RTX 2060 should have been beaten by a narrow margin. With the new BIOS versions now implemented by partners, the Radeon RX 5600 XT is slightly faster on the other hand. As advertised by AMD, the Radeon RX 5600 XT has enough power for 1,920 × 1,080, and with reduced details, 2,560 × 1,440 are no problem.


The Radeon RX 5500 XT AMD has finally replaced the old middle class of the Polaris generation and successfully brought the modern RDNA architecture into the new entry-level class. This works so far in the benchmarks because the Radeon RX 5500 XT delivers on average Radeon RX 590 and is therefore ahead of the Radeon RX 580. Nonetheless, this time, too, the trend observed last: there is no leap in performance. If you want more performance, you have to go one class higher – at a higher price.

Nvidia probably knew pretty well in advance where the Radeon RX 5500 XT would land. AMD had the chance to pull by with a fully activated Navi-14 GPU but didn’t use it. The reason for this is not known. The Radeon RX 5500 XT crosses the finish line by just a blink of an eye on the editorial team.

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AMD RX 6700 XT Review: Perfect For Crypto Miners

What’s important for a gaming graphics card now? It should be sold freely, but at the same time, it should not be desirable to miners. AMD has presented a fresh model, promises a reasonable price, but what about the new product with performance?

The AMD RX 6700 XT. Following the AMD conference on March 3, this card seems to be placed as a direct competitor of the RTX 3070 in 1440p.  We cannot imagine two cards coming to compete on the 1440p, especially since their architecture is different.

AMD platform equipped with a Ryzen 9 5900X combined with AMD SAM technology, the ” Smart Access Memory,” which would have an impact on performance. Therefore, we will carry out our comparative tests on our usual platform equipped with an i9-10900K at 5 GHz on an APEX Z490 motherboard. Still, we will also add the results ” in-game ” with a Ryzen 9 5900X on a Crosshair VIII Dark Hero where we will compare this AMD RX 6700 XT to the RTX 3070 FE as well as to the RTX 3060 Ti FE.

  • 40 compute units RDNA 2
  • 40 Ray Accelerator blocks (one for each compute block)
  • Frequencies: base 2.3 GHz, “game” 2.4 GHz, auto-acceleration up to 2.74 GHz
  • 12 GB DDR6 192 bit + 96 MB Infinity Cache
  • Video memory frequency 1.98 MHz, auto-overclocking up to 2.15 GHz

How RDNA 2 Works

The AMD RDNA Architecture 2nd Generation supports the Radeon 6000 Series graphics. The Xbox Series X and PS5 GPUs use a similar development, however with notable differences. The hardware-accelerated ray tracing distinguishes it from the RX 5000. Its implementation differs from NVIDIA’s RT cores, therefore comparing the number of computing units is pointless. However, built-in ray tracing is far from RDNA 2’s most essential feature.

AMD’s reference design is predominantly aluminum and occupies exactly two slots in height – it is significantly smaller and lighter than the RX 6800 XT. Cooling is provided by two coolers and a relatively small radiator with side blowing. Some heat also helps dissipate the metal case, which is connected to the board with thermal pads.

AMD RX 6700 XT
GPU ModelRX 6700 XT
Stream Processors2560 CUDA Cores
Boost Clock Speed2581 MHz
InterfacePCI Express 4.0 x16
Supported APIsDirectX: 12
OpenGL: 4.6
Operating System SupportWindows

Before starting this AMD RX 6700 XT presentation, here is a summary table that will allow you to highlight the differences between the different models.


This AMD RX 6700 XT is the fourth card we are testing and benefits from AMD’s new architecture: RDNA2. This is intended to succeed the RX 5700 XT, which represented the manufacturer’s most powerful card and launched a little over two years ago. This RX 6700 XT benefits from a Navi 22 XT graphics chip with a 7 nm manufacturing process carried out by TSMC. The size of the chip is 335 mm², which makes it smaller than its big sisters (519 mm²), which benefit from a Navi 21 chip. Currently, we do not know the number of transistors. This model has 2560 CUDA Cores, while the RX 6800 has 3840.

The AMD RX 6700 XT graphics card has 16 GB of GDDR6 in 192-bit, translating into a bandwidth of 384.0 GB / s. Today’s copy has a TDP of 230 watts, twenty less than the RX 6800.


This card features a new cooling system that goes from three fans to two 85mm fans. This RX 6700 XT is now the model benefiting from the lowest price in the RX 6000 series. Logically, we should also see an RX 6700 land in the coming weeks. The design of this reference card is very pleasing visually with a touch of RGB backlighting on the top with the RADEON logo, which will light up in red when the graphics card is powered on.

In terms of the card’s dimensions, we are on proportions of 267 x 110 x 40 mm with a thickness of 2 slots which will allow it to fit easily into standard size boxes. The front fascia is predominantly black and gray plastic, with a gray metal insert in the center flanked by the letter R.

On the front face, the two 85 mm fans are responsible for keeping the radiator in contact with the graphics chip cool and the various components of the PCB. These fans have 9 blades and will remain at rest when the card is not requested and vice versa, become active again when the temperature requires it. As can be seen, hot air escapes only through the top edge of the card. It remains to be seen whether this surface is sufficient.

The radiator is quite large and is a little longer than the PCB. It is crossed only by three 6 mm heat pipes. The part in contact with the GPU is made of copper. The special thing is that the four fixing screws placed around the GPU resume a traditional center distance. The memory chips and the memory supply stage are covered with thermal pads to optimize heat transfer to the radiator.

The only role of the backplate is to stiffen the PCB and prevent it from twisting under the weight of the card. We especially like the shape of this backplate which gives the impression that the PCB is enclosed in a shell.

Memory Support

Base Clock2321 MHz
GPU Clock Rate2424 MHz
Memory Speed16 Gb/s
Memory Configuration12 GB
Memory InterfaceGDDR6
Memory Interface Width192-Bit
Memory Bandwidth384 GB/s

The base one is announced at 1582 MHz when the Boost peaks at 2664 MHz in terms of frequency. Meanwhile, the 12 GB of G-DDR6 memory runs at 2000 MHz (384 GB / s) on a 192-bit bus. Our RX 6700 XT in the AMD version thus gives us a reference point for the frequencies offered by AMD. Although you will see when testing the Powercolor version, AMD seems to have already pushed the frequencies of this benchmark card quite a bit.

Small passage through GPU-Z to verify that the information read is correct. The GPU frequency is 1582 MHz, and the Boost frequency is 2664 MHz. Remember that the latter will be different during benchmarks depending on the quality of your chip and determined by GPU Boost 4.0. The memory has a frequency of 2000 MHz. We remind you of how GPU Boost works here.

Display Support

Display Connectors3 x DisplayPort 1.4a
1 x HDMI 2.1
Maximum Digital Resolution7680 x 4320 @60 Hz
Dimensions279 x 131 mm
Cooler TypeOpen Fansink
LightingRGB LED

Two standard connectors for 8 + 6 pins are responsible for the power supply – AMD recommends using a PSU with at least 650 watts.

For connecting screens, three Displayport 1.4 and one HDMI 2.1 are provided, compatible with 4K and 8K TVs.

At first glance, the memory subsystem of the Radeon RX 6700 XT resembles the cheaper GeForce RTX 3060: 12 GB GDDR6 with a reduced 192-bit bus (six channels of 32 bits). With such a bus, you can use either 6 or 12 GB of memory (six modules of 1 or 2 GB each) since different modules within one card are considered far from the optimal solution.

However, AMD graphics cards are fundamentally different from NVIDIA – the memory subsystem in RDNA2 is strengthened with a separate 96 MB Infinity Cache. The manufacturer claims that the actual memory access speed is 2.5 times higher than that of video cards with a 256-bit bus, so the efficiency of the RX 6700 XT is higher than that of the RTX 3060 of a similar specification.

Tests in games

AMD claims that the Radeon RX 6700 XT is designed to play at 1440p – so we ran most of our tests with it and at the highest graphics settings possible.

Overall, the GPU looks pretty good in the 1440p benchmarks, delivering a decent frame rate. Of course, it all depends on the graphics settings and the games themselves.

Power Requirements

PCI Power Connectors2 x 8-Pin
Power Requirement220W
Suggested PSU650W

To power the card, there is an 8-pin connector + a 6-pin. AMD recommends using a 650-watt power supply for your setup if you go for an RX 6700 XT. Finally, note that the card has three DisplayPort 1.4a video outputs and an HDMI 2.1 port. It can also be noted that the square does not have a recessed surface to force the hot air to escape through the upper edge of the card.

This reference version proposed by AMD plays on simplicity, which is not to displease us while maintaining a design that will be associated with most motherboards.

Would you buy an AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT?

  • The performance is nothing, and the price seems adequate: I am already preparing a wallet.
  • No, for that kind of money, it’s better to take something from NVIDIA
  • I don’t play on PC at all, and I don’t care about hardware issues.


  • Excellent quality and style;
  • Cooling system with passive mode;
  • Very decent work culture;
  • Allowable temperatures under load;
  • Hardware-accelerated ray tracing;
  • Some interesting AMD technologies (including SMA);
  • 12 GB of GDDR6 memory onboard;
  • High factory clock speed of the GPU.


  • Performance closer to RTX 3060 Ti rather than RTX 3070;
  • Narrow memory bus (192 bits);
  • Overall poor ray tracing performance;
  • There is no real alternative to NVIDIA DLSS;
  • Price relative to GeForce RTX 3070.
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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti vs AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT: Which is Best

The RTX 3060 Ti, from Nvidia, and the RX 6700 XT, are two mid-range video card options recently launched from AMD. GPUs promise high performance to run games at 1440p and support Ray Tracing for image enhancements in games. Counting DLSS 2.0 technology allows you to deliver higher resolutions even when running below. You can find GeForce in the market for $ 400.

On the other hand, AMD’s option promises to be superior to its rival in the Cyberpunk 2077 game and other titles. It is expected to reach the international market only on March 18 for US $ 479. Check below the main specifications and features of GPUs and know which one should be best for you.

General Info

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 TiAMD Radeon RX 6700 XT
GPU ModelGeForce RTX 3060Radeon RX 6700 XT
Stream Processors4,864 CUDA Cores2560 CUDA Cores
InterfacePCIe 4.0 x16PCIe 4.0 x16
ArchitectureRDNA2 / NAVI 22Ampere / GA104

As they are the result of two very different architectures, the plates have very different technical specifications. Radeon, for example, achieves higher speeds on paper, with a base clock of 2,321 MHz, 2,424 MHz for games, and a 2,581 MHz turbo. The Nvidia option works at lower speeds, with 1,414 MHz of base speed and 1,665 turbo clock. MHz, without a definition of numbers in games, specifically.

Within the graphics processors of the two brands, there are more differences. The RX 6700 XT is formed by 2,560 stream processors, organized into 40 computational units. The Nvidia board has 4,864 CUDA cores. As it has many more cores, GeForce ends up compensating for the slower speed.

Memory Support

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 TiAMD Radeon RX 6700 XT
GPU base clock rate1.41 GHz1.49 GHz
GPU max clock rate1.67 GHz2.25 GHz
Memory Frequency1,750 MHz2,000 MHz
Maximum GPU Temperature93°C110°C
Memory Configuration8 GB12 GB
Memory TypeGDDR6GDDR6
Cache memory4 MB3 MB
Memory Interface Width256 bit192 bit
Memory Bandwidth448 GB/s384 GB/s

In RAM, more differences. The RTX 3060 Ti has 8 GB of GDDR6 standard, connected to the graphics processor by a 256-bit interface that guarantees GeForce a bandwidth of 448 GB / s. At AMD, the numbers are 12 GB of GDDR6, 192 bits and 384 GB / s, respectively.

Although the difference in the speed of data exchange between graphics processor and RAM is large and benefits Nvidia, it is good to keep in mind that AMD uses faster and more generous caches on its new graphics cards. This ends up making up for the difference and even giving Radeon an advantage in some situations.

The RTX 3060 Ti has 38 specific cores for Ray Tracing, while the competitor appears with 40 units. Another difference is the presence of 152 Tensor Cores in the Nvidia model, responsible for supporting DLSS 2.0 – technology that does not find any parallel in Radeon.

Display Support

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 TiAMD Radeon RX 6700 XT
Display Connectors1x HDMI
3x DisplayPort
2x DisplayPort
1x USB Type-C
Maximum Digital Resolution7680 x 4320 @ 60 Hz7680 x 4320
Average 1080p Performance150.0 FPS163.2 FPS
Average 1440p Performance113.8 FPS122.0 FPS
Ultrawide 1440p Performance103.0 FPS98.0 FPS
Pixel Rate133.2 GPixels/s165.2 GPixels/s

Currently, the new card from AMD has not yet reached the hands of specialized sites for in-depth testing to be carried out, as well as comparisons with Nvidia cards. Because of this, the only available comparison numbers are those released by the manufacturer itself.

According to AMD, the RX 6700 XT is a card to play at 2560 x 1440 pixels with sufficient performance to surpass the RTX 3060 Ti and even the RTX 3070. In tests carried out by the company, the card reached 97 fps running Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War against 90 fps of the rival.

In Cyberpunk 2077, Radeon also beats the competitor of Nvidia, delivering 71 fps in the RPG, while the RTX 3060 Ti is below 65 fps. In Dirt 5, Radeon reached the highest margin over the rival, with 71 fps than 60 fps for the opponent.

Even though the numbers need to be viewed with some reservations, must consider some important details. Nvidia’s RTX 30 cards have shown greater performance with Ray Tracing when compared to the new Radeon RX 6000, while AMD has no alternative to DLSS 2.0, Nvidia’s significant technology.

Power Requirements

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 TiAMD Radeon RX 6700 XT
PCI Power Connectors1 x 8-Pin2 x 8-Pin
Power Requirement200W230W
Suggested PSU600W ATX Power Supply450W ATX Power Supply
Max Fan Noise46dB51dB
Cooler TypeOpen FansinkOpen Fansink

According to Nvidia, the RTX 3060 Ti has 200 Watts of TBP, a value that reflects the maximum amount of power the card needs to function properly in a high-demand situation. As the component will not need 200 Watts all the time, the consumption should be less. The company also says that it is ideal to use a 600 Watt power source on the PC with the GPU, in addition to a free 8-pin connector for power.

AMD reports that the Radeon RX 6700 XT TBP reaches 230 Watts. The requirement for a power source is also greater: the manufacturer suggests using a unit of 650 Watts of power, with a connection of 8 + 6 pins.


In both cases, consumers interested in investing in GeForce RTX 3060 Ti and Radeon RX 6700 XT should be able to run games at 1440p without major problems. The open questions to define which one is the best choice, however, are several. The price for the Brazilian market, still unknown, for example, may be a sufficient point to put the apparent performance advantage of Radeon into perspective.

Other details are also relevant. If the tendency for GeForce to be superior in Ray Tracing is confirmed in the comparison between the two models, the Nvidia card can regain ground in the eyes of those who value this type of effect in recent games. Another significant difference is that GeForce supports DLSS 2.0, a technology that promises more performance and clear images.

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MSI Radeon RX 5700 Xt Gaming X vs Geforce RTX 3070 Gaming X Trio

MSI’s Radeon RX 5700 XT Gaming X targets gamers who care about a quiet graphics card. The cooling system is not the only advantage of the card which is also “overclocked” and equipped with LEDs.

MSI flaunts its expertise in its GeForce RTX 3070 Gaming X Trio. An imposing graphics card that intends to silently control the powerful GPU of Nvidia while offering a successful design and a worked lighting system.

Pros and Cons

Higher core clock speed (+230MHz)Average gaming performance, around 47%.
Higher boost clock speed (+150MHz)Good cooling capacity
Supports AMD FreeSync Supports NVIDIA G-Sync
Fairly light factory overclockingWell-developed Led system
Electricity consumption on the riseNothing special

General Info

Stream Processors2560 CUDA Cores1830 CUDA Cores
InterfacePCI Express 4.0 x16PCI Express 4.0 x16
Supported APIsDirectX: 12
OpenGL: 4.5
DirectX: 12
OpenGL: 4.6

Memory Support

GPU Clock Rate 1730 MHz 1500 MHz
GPU Boost Clock Rate1980 MHz1830 MHz
Memory Speed14 Gb/s14 Gb/s
Memory Configuration8 GB8 GB
Memory InterfaceGDDR6GDDR6
Memory Interface Width256-Bit256-Bit
Memory Bandwidth448 GB/s448 GB/s

Display Support

Display Connectors3 x DisplayPort 1.4
1 x HDMI 2.0b
3 x DisplayPort 1.4a
1 x HDMI 2.1
Maximum Digital Resolution7680 x 43207680 x 4320
Dimensions297 x 140 x 58 mm 2.5 Slots323 x 140 x 56 mm 2 Slots
Weight2.07 kg2.27 kg
Cooler TypeOpen FansinkOpen Fansink

Power Requirements

PCI Power Connectors2 x 8-Pin2 x 8-Pin
Power Requirement750 W650 W


MSI goes very well with the Radeon RX 5700 XT by offering a successful Gaming X version. The result is a qualitative and low noise graphics card. It is accompanied by an LED lighting system that is certainly discreet, but which fits into the Mystic Light ecosystem so as to standardize the lighting of the various elements of a computer.

The MSI GeForce RTX 3070 Gaming X Trio is undeniably a success. This graphics card master the Nvidia GPU perfectly well. The operating frequency is higher than on the Founders Edition, the noise is lower, and all this while keeping the chip at a fairly low temperature. In addition, there is a well-thought-out and successful Led system. An excellent service that comes at a high price.

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