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Pros: -Runs at a solid 75fps on my freesync 75hz display on all titles
-Looks good doing it
-Stays frosty while looking good
-outperforms my old card ANY day (GTX 1070)
Cons: -I cannot recommend this card however at the current scalper levels of cash you have to yeet out of your wallet.
-I only bought this because I was in a bind, just got paid, and needed a card to satisfy my kids school (lets be real, its literally used for gaming and Zoom meetings)
Overall Review: I cannot recommend the card given the current price, but for MSRP, if you can score one for MSRP, it's an amazing card. It holds up well, it is easy to use, the Radeon Software is actually good, and the small RGB strip (literally marketed as subtle), tho it has no real RGB configurations, it's enough to make it look good.
If you're into 1440p gaming on ultra settings, this card blows away the competition, if the competition is not Nvidia RTX series cards. Just saying ;)
Runs cool and quiet on my case
RGB looks good and back plate is pretty
Undid my bottleneck, 1440p is no problem now
Cons: No real cons just make sure it fits your case and you meet the power requirements.
Overall Review: Greatly improved how my games were running on 1440p I was really blown away by this card.
Overall Review: I think given the state of the graphics card availability this is s great card if you can get your hands on one.
Pros: Top notch performanceQuietCustomizable with ability to overclockEasy upgradeRuns surprisingly cool
Cons: Needs a beefy power supplySubtle lighting, while nice looking, doesnt seem to be a way to change it or turn it off
Overall Review: Got this to upgrade from a 5500 XT. Although probably not recommended, didnt even need to reinstall the drivers! The Radeon Software automatically detected the new card and allowed for overclocking right from the start. Off the bat, I actually thought something was wrong with the card, as the fan RPM showed 0. At idle, though, the card runs at about 55c, so the fans arent needed all the time! Once load increases, the fans kick on as needed ensuring quiet and quick performance. Under heavy stress, its still surprisingly quiet, and the fan runs at about 2k RPM (temps between 62 and 70 c). Its definitely power hungry, using about 152w at peak.As far as performance, its more than just a marginal difference. Running something like Assassins Creed Odyssey at 3440x1440, I was struggling to get 45fps with the 5500 XT. The 6700 XT pushes up to 75fps on ultra settings. Similarly, Cyberpunk 2077, Divinity: Original Sin 2, Kingdom Come: Deliverance, and GreedFall (the games Ive tested so far) all show 2 to 4 times more FPS at their highest graphical settings (capping my monitor at 144 FPS in D:OS2, and between 60 and 90 FPS for the others).Like previous cards, multi monitor setup is a breeze. I output to 3 144hz monitors of varying resolutions without issue. I dont particularly care for the Radeon software itself, but its functional giving many options for overclocking and settings built right in. AMD Eyefinity could use some better customization options for non-standard monitor configurations (for example, Ive got an ultra-wide with an HD monitor next to it in portrait orientation; would like to utilize the bottom half of the second monitor as an extension to the first).Overall, this is an excellent card, and Im very happy with the purchase. If I had to pick something to complain about, it would be the lack of customization or option for the on-board light. It looks nice, and compliments my case well, but Id like to be able to turn it off if need be. Finally, anyone contemplating this card, Id recommend ensuring you have enough physical space in your case. Its larger than my 5500 XT was, and I had to clip some zip ties to allow my cables to accommodate the extra space. All in all, a great purchase!
Pros: Works out of the box. Great for 1440p gaming.Updated from previous review:Low Temps. Fan doesn't turn on when idle.Upgrading from MI 5700 evoke and I can see a difference in games like Overwatch. A big difference in Quake Champions. I actually got first place for once instead of being near last.
Cons: Long Card... I had to move things around in my antec 900 case to fit this cardEven with 256 bit memory, it's not as good as previous generation for mining (as of 3/25/2021). It's around 13% worse than my MSI 5700 evoke. Maybe with time, they will update scripts to support 6700 XT.Updated from previous review:the packaging is filmy and is difficult to reuse. There was unnecessary plastic stickers on both sides of the card and it took like 5 minutes just to remove it... They used their own patented packaging and there was no anti-static bag. I prefer the anti static bag... easier to use.Coil Wine. The temps are usually below 70 (It's spring and it's around 70F room temperature). The fan has coil wine at medium to high speeds.
Overall Review: You must connect both 6 pin and 8 pin for this GPU to work. I tried with just 8 pin and was wondering why there was nothing on my monitor... After 30 minutes of making sure everything is working, I decided to try and connect both power slots and that made it work.
Pros: Got here quick. looks good installed.
Cons: 4 slot card, runs hot for such a big clunky wide design. RGB contril sucks. you basically get to choose flashing rainbow puke or solid rainbow puke. The rgb control is so bad, there are only a couple of selections that even allow you to change color, most are locked to rainbow.
Overall Review: I would buy an XFX or Gigabyte card first, having bought all 3 at this point. While longer, the narrower card is really better imo.