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Sunday, June 14, 2020
Thursday, June 11, 2020
Had this video card for 4 days - it was solid for 2 and then started to green screen every 2 or 3 hours. Load, no-load it would just crash and shut down the system.
Stay away from ATI/AMD stuff - decent card when working but bad drivers will kill decent product every time. Stay away
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
-runs extremely cool in my case with the fan curve i have set in radeon software.. 48 degrees to be precise while running warzone maxed out at 1080p. -solid well built card with good aesthetics... -competes with 2070 supers in terms of frame rate for the price of a 2060 super... best value hands down.
As others have mentioned the RGB lighting is quite lackluster.. it could certainly be brighter..
Great card, one of the fastest and coolest of all the 5700 xt's.. very happy overall with my AMD build!
Friday, May 01, 2020
From: Edmonton South
- fast - runs most games 1080p ultra 60 fps - nice and sturdy construction - fan stop feature
- you NEED a high airflow case, not a should, a NEED. the thing will suffocate in cases without this. shutting off when it gets to hot mid match. - big and bulky - rgb is nice, but rather dim - two 8 pin connectors
This card is a 1080p gamers dream, works very well (in a high airflow case) and allows for overclocking. the software while unstable, works well. (you will need to install both amd and gigabyte aorus drivers). in a high airflow case it keeps itself cool and well running. the thing works well - in the right case though. if the case is bad for airflow, its just an expensive and very hot brick.
Friday, April 03, 2020
From: Winnipeg West
- Large and thick, well constructed and strong. - The performance is there but would rather have bought a 2070 Super. - Quiet - Long manufacturers warranty saves money on IPR Warranty.
- Gets hot - RGB is terrible in every way. - Power plugs are on the front of the card making custom power cables a requirement for a clean installation - R G B I S T E R R I B L E - Black screens under heavy load without custom fan curves. - Draws a ton of power, not very efficient.
The pictures are VERY misleading as the RGB is so dim it is hard to tell if it is on or off. It is so dim, that once I installed the side window on my case its very mild tint causes the logo to go completely black even in a dark room with the lights off. Overall I wish I would have purchased the RTX 2070 Super version, however from what Ive read online the RTX card's RGB is also very very dim and lackluster. Apparently AORUS's RGB is of very low quality across the board. If you're not interested in RGB, the standard Gigabyte model would be a better choice, and you could save a ton of money. If you want RGB you're better off with ASUS Strix or MSI even if that means running 2-3 different software apps to control it all.
Friday, January 24, 2020
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
-Significantly better temperatures -RGB (although this is more of a preference) -Higher boost clock -Quiet -No warranty void stickers, so you can do maintenance
-None so far
The card is very good. I'd happily recommend this over MSI and Asus XTs. The idle temps are around 27 ~ 30° C, aesthetically pleasing, quieter and higher boost clock compared to the Mech OC. I don't have to worry about warranty void stickers as well, so I'm free to dust it or repaste it without any concerns. The warranty is also longer. I'm glad I exchanged for this instead.