Asus has seen how his 'Review Kit' has leaked from the Asus ROG Strix Radeon RX 5700 XT, which exposes all the specifications, performance, temperatures and loudness of the cooling system used.
We are thus faced with a custom PCB that hides a VRM of 11 + 3 feeding phases next to a Dual BIOS configuration that gives life to a silicon Navi 10 with Base / Games / Turbo frequencies of 1840/1965/2035 MHz, all notably refrigerated by means of a dense aluminum radiator divided into two parts and crossed by six 6mm heatpipes thick with direct contact with silicon backed by a configuration of triple axial fan and an aluminum backplate to reinforce the PCB. As a result, the graph will occupy 2.7 PCI expansion slots.
According to the company, with the factory overclock the graph improves its performance by 4.7 percent over the reference model, while the temperature decreases 18 percent, which translates into passing from 77.3ºC to 67.9 ° C, although yes, they have passed a fairly modest benchmark to show this information, as an obsolete 3DMark 11. Best of all is loudness, going from 35 dBA to 24 dBA.
The information of the Asus ROG Strix Radeon RX 5700 XT It is completed with an RGB LED lighting system in the form of Aura Sync on the front and backplate, the fans are dust resistant (IP5X certified), it has four video outputs and 3x DisplayPort 1.4 + 1x HDMI 2.0 b, and this model would go on sale at the end of the first week of September.