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The Radeon RX 5700 XT Owners Thread.

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Kaapstad, 10 Jul 2019.

  1. BriT

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  2. Panos

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  3. Zernath

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    How much has really changed in that time though? It's not as if we've made great strides forward is it, well... except the pricing!
     
  4. BriT

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    True we haven't and yeah pricing is crazy right now.
     
  5. Panos

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    Ehm sorry but July 2016 the GTX1080 was barely 2 month old, and there was none AIB in stock......
    That's 3 years not 4, and we haven't gone anywhere in performance since then. :)

    As for crazy pricing, true, but who forgot the £800 GTX1080s due to stock shortages, a good year before the mining craze.
     
  6. JediFragger

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    Holding on for the 5800/5900's tbh, these just aren't much of a jump over V64 for me (when Vega driver gimping has been factored in).

    Perfect for 480/580 owners though!! :p
     
  7. Zernath

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    Assuming they release a 5800 or 5900 of course, which they probably will, but when is the question.
     
  8. Dave2150

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    There's always a faster card in the works, or companies would quickly go out of business. It's not probably that they'll release a faster Navi card, it's inevitable.

    The RX5700 is a mid range card. It will be replaced by a high end Navi card, once which will take the performance crown from Radeon VII. I look forward to upgrading to one from my Radeon VII :)
     
  9. Th0nt

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    Holding out for the 5990 X2 :D
     
  10. JediFragger

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    Yup, hopefully a full stack within the next 6/7 months :)

    Still think they got the pricing on these a little wrong though, needs another £50 shaving off imo.
     
  11. Zernath

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    I don't think we're getting the old pricing structure back mate, the mining craze and Nvidia's greed have seen to that. :(
     
  12. JediFragger

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    Yeah that's not really bothering me, just want a bloody 60CU Navi ;) :D

    The pricing thing is more to do with the masses of stock available, everytwhere seem to have all models in and plenty of them which is a tad unusual for a new launch! Either the blower is hurting sales or the price is, and I'm betting it's more to do with the pricing.
     
  13. Zernath

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    I'm not sure, blowers are hardly popular these days are they. I went for one because I wanted to refund my Radeon VII, and having sold my Vega 56 would have been left without a GPU. A partner card would have been preferable, but it is what it is.
     
  14. nashathedog

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    Same here, For now my VII does all I want it too admirably & I know the amount of memory it has won't ever be an issue like it was with my Fury Pro so there's no need to rush.
     
  15. BOFH

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    For the money I'm impressed, 1080 cost me a lot more.

    That said I take back anything nice I said about the blower, session on wows this evening and it can get loud enough to be annoying. Roll on August and the waterblock.
     
  16. Aod

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    How are you guys getting on undervolting your 5700 XTs? I've been able to reduce mine down to 1060mV at the stock max-clock of 2059MHz and 786mV @ 1429MHz without any artifacting. Can't really say if it's drastically reduced temps but I've also already done the GamersNexus washer & paste mod.

    Card now gets up to 78℃ "temperature" and 95℃ "Junction Temperature", hovering at about 1700MHz

    Oh, and here's it getting a little naked time while I was doing the GN mod:
    [​IMG]
     
  17. Besty

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    Aod - will be having a go with undervolting the card in a bit so will get back to you.
     
  18. Th0nt

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    Waiting for @Martini1991 extended testing on the pad to see if mission was successful or not.
     
  19. Martini1991

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    Sore subject right now I'm afraid :p

    Right now it's back with the stock cooler.

    At one point I had it benching with clocks of 2100Mhz at 69c

    The PAD wasn't what I thought it was.
    I've ended up ripping that in two by accident.....
    Like paper.

    It was easy water-cooling two 6870s!
     
    Last edited: 20 Jul 2019
  20. Besty

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    Undervolt runs.

    With boost clock set to 2060mhz, Power default, VRAM Default. Fan Auto.

    2060mhz TimeSpy runs:

    1059mv - OK - GS - 9408
    1056mv - OK - GS - 9421
    1050mv - FAIL
    1041mv - FAIL
    1032mv - FAIL
    1020mv - FAIL

    1904mhz TimeSpy runs same settings:

    979mv - OK - GS - 8882
    949mv - OK - GS - 8864
    945mv - OK - GS - 8878
    940mv - FAIL
    935mv - FAIL
    925mv - FAIL

    1429mhz TimeSpy runs same settings:

    786mv - OK - GS - 7070
    774mv - OK - GS - 7076
    768mv - OK - GS - 7092
    750mv - OK - GS - 7096
    735mv - OK - GS - 7108
    725mv - OK - GS - 7108
    700mv - OK - GS - 7089
    682mv - slider won't go any-lower - OK - GS - 7083.

    Validated result: https://www.3dmark.com/spy/7845652

    Temp/Power readings at 682mv -

    [​IMG]

    For reference -

    5700 XT (2165-2200 Bench Clock Approx 300W) - 9720
    1080ti GTX FE Stock - 9497
    5700 XT (1905mhz 945mv 115w-120w approx.) - 8878
    Vega 64 Stock - 7423
    5700 XT (1429mhz 682mv 75w-85w approx.) - 7083
    1080 GTX FE Stock - 6867
    1070 GTX FE Stock - 5896.

    Looks like we found the next playstation 5 part, 1080GTX performance at sub-100W.

    Shadow Of The Tomb Raider Benches - 1429mhz 682mv 75w-85w approx.

    1080p - High - GPU Score - Min 86, max 179, 111fps average, 95% 94fps
    1080p - Highest - GPU Score - Min 72, max 153, 96fps average, 95% 79fps
    1080p - OCUK Forum Ultra - GPU Score - Min 42, max 101, 56fps average, 95% 45fps (Leaderboard Score 8912 frames, fps 57)

    for 1440p - Observed small power spikes into the low 90w range and then back down again.

    1440p - High - GPU Score - Min 61, Max 112, 76fps average, 95% 65fps
    1440p - Highest - GPU Score - Min 50, Max 97, 64fps average, 95% 54fps
    1440p - OCUK Forum Ultra -GPU Score - Min 29, Max 63, 39fps average, 95% 31fps
    (Leaderboard Score 5922 frames, fps 38)

    Shadow Of The Tomb Raider Benches - 1904mhz 945mv 115w-120w approx.

    1080p - OCUK Forum Ultra - GPU Score - Min 52, max 122, 72fps average, 95% 55fps (Leaderboard Score 10793 frames, fps 70)

    Observed spikes to 135w for 1440p

    1440p - OCUK Forum Ultra -GPU Score - Min 36, Max 76, 48fps average, 95% 38fps
    (Leaderboard Score 7241 frames, fps 47)

    Superposition OCUK Forum Settings

    1904mhz 955mv - fan/pl default (needed a voltage bump for 1080p to pass 1440p run fine on multiple runs)

    1080p - 4992 min 30.25/avg/37.34/max/44.40
    1440p - 2895 min 19.12/avg/21.65/max/24.91

    2060mhz 1058mv -fan/pl default (needed a voltage bump for 1440p to pass 1080p run fine)

    1080p - 5337 min 32.43/avg/39.92/max/47.30
    1440p - 3083 min 19.50/avg/23.06/max/26.56

    1429mhz 682mv - fan/pl default

    1080p -
    1440p -

    Overvolt Results - Superposition

    2155/875 1250mv - fan 100% pl 90% 73C 278W

    1080p - 5529 min 33.19/avg/41.36/max 49.69

    2155/875 1225mv - fan 100% pl 90% 73c 278w

    1080p - 5547 min 33.51/avg/41.49/max 49.49

    2155/875 1999mv - fail
    2195/875 1225mv - fail
    2195/875 1250mv - fail
    2195/875 1260mv - Superposition pass 5450
    2260/875 1282mv - firestrike standard pass, firestrike extreme fail
    2260/875 1294mv - firestrike extreme fail
    2260/875 1310mv - firestrike extreme fail
    2240/875 1273mv - firestrike extreme pass, timespy standard fail
    2204/875 1273mv - timespy pass, timespy extreme pass, firestrike ultra pass, heaven pass, cloud gate pass, valley pass
     
    Last edited: 20 Jul 2019