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Pros: No driver issues
Cons: not Big Navi
Overall Review: Purchased to play Overwatch
Pros: Great fps in another of games
Cons: None once I Uninstalled ASUS drivers and installed newer drivers and software directly from AMD.com.
Overall Review: You have to update the firmware one this card FIRST.
Pros: Top tier in the 5600xt line, reliable and had no complications with the drivers whatsoever.
Overall Review: I'd definitely recommend the product to others. Got it a month ago and I'm more than happy with the purchase.
Overall Review: Updated the Firmware upon installation and have had no issues with card. Works good.
Pros: - Clean
- Software is awesome
Cons: - Not light, I have a Nitro 5700XT in another build and this thing is heavier
Overall Review: I have this in a Mid tower build on a Asus TUF X570 paired with a Ryzen 3600X and it crushes all the games that my Brother-in-Law plays at 1080p. This is not a 4K card, and if you want 1440p go for the 5700XT or even a RTX 2060 Super(similar price point at this time). Hoping the Next Navi line can give the RTX 2070 Super more of a challenge. This is also not a heavy rendering card, Nvidia still holds that market strong. Otherwise it is a amazing card!
Pros: Honestly I was going in to this expecting to have major driver issues and such but it's been the total opposite I haven't had any crashes or black screens on any setting ! Most games I play are on high or ultra settings and on 1440. Honestly very satisfied !
Cons: You have to do the bios update but it's not bad at all! Just follow instructions and you'll be fine.
Overall Review: Great GPU overall
Pros: - Stays Cool All The Time
- And Competes With The RTX 2060's Performance In Some Games
Cons: - My GPU Crashed Quite A BIt In The Setup Process
- AMD Software Issues Which I Can't Blame Asus For
Overall Review: So I'm going to try and hit every point here its not a horrible card for performance in gaming but man the amount of problems ive gone through with this gpu from its vbios freaking out to the non stop gpu crashes it has been a roller coaster but its getting better ive fixed most of the issues that came from this gpu being installed in my motherboard and yes the gpu is still crashing from time to time and i can't seem to find out why exactly but a part of me wishes i refunded this card but now im stuck with it but im not saying this card is a complete bust though the cooling has been incredible the performance was weird at first but its really good now and it looks pretty sharp in a pc honestly i won't say its the worst graphics card by any means but next time i hope asus does a better job checking and making sure these graphics cards are working properly
1080P 60+ FPS in every game ive thrown at it on high or ultra settings
Quiet fans even when maxed out
The design is top notch, EXCEPT for the LED strip
The aforementioned LED Strip, theres no option to change the color, dim or even turn off. Its just an eyesore really. I wish there was at least an option to turn it off.
I cant get on Asus for this next complaint as they arent the ones developing the drivers for the card however, games tend to crash more often then id like due what the radeon software deems an "Unexpected System error". When over clocking within the limits of the radeon software, games crash rather frequently.
Overall Review: Overall, its an OK card. The overclocking feature is nice, even if I cant take full advantage of it and leaving everything on Automatic still yields impressive performance. However, its stability within games is hit or miss, with each miss slowly making me regret not going Nvidia.