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Powercolor RX 5700 XT Red Devil under test – force is mass times acceleration | English Review

Powercolor sets with the RX 5700 XT Red Devil a decent mark - both in the performance and the massive cooler as well as in the price. In addition, there is a switchable Silent-BIOS that really lives up to its name. But I don't want to spoil too much, I want to test. So read it yourself.

What’s the best way to annoy your competitors? By impressively showing who has the longest and greatest. And if you are a bit more subdued when it comes to price and can score points with features, then a product almost sells itself. Too much praise in advance? Honour to whom honour is due, but you’re right. That should be included in the summary later. Now, as always, the focus is on testing the product.

In order to make the whole thing a little clearer and to get to the point a little bit more, I have kept the structure of the articles to a large extent, but now I rely more on tables with clear representation of the result values and specifications, which later also guarantee a better comparison of the cards among themselves.



Technical Data and Picture Gallery

The design is based on older versions but is still new. These include the LED applications on the card and the top, including illuminated lettering and the backlit logo in the backplate. The rest consists of heat sink and plastic, as well as a 3 fan design.

Matching the promised overview of the most important features:

Length (outer edge of slot bracket to end of card) 30,0 cm
Installation height (upper edge of PCIe slot to upper side of card) 12,5 cm
Front mounting depth (cooler body to underside of circuit board) 4,57cm
Rear mounting depth (board to outside of backplate) 0,5 cm
Weight 1248 g
Shroud Anthrazit
ABS injection moulding
LED (Logo, Stripe)
Connectors 3x DisplayPort 1.4
1x HDMI 2.0
Other Features
Dual-BIOS, OC and Silent Mode

GPU-Z provides us with an initial overview of the other technical data:

The table gives a nice overview of the remaining technical data of the current and older comparison models:

Karte AMD Radeon
RX 5700 XT
RX 5700 XT
Red Devil
AMD Radeon
Vega 64
AMD Radeon
RX 5700
AMD Radeon
Vega 56
Architecture (GPU) Navi 10 Navi 10 Vega 10 Navi 10 Vega 10
CUDA Cores / SP 2560 2560 4096 2304 3584
(40 CU) (40 CU) (64 CU) (36 CU) (56 CU)
Texture Units
160 160 256 144 224
Texture Fillrate (Gtexels/s) 304.8 326.2 395,8 248,4 330
Base Clock Rate (MHz) 1605 1419 1274 1465 1156
Boost Clock Rate (MHz) 1755 (typical)
1905 (max.)
2039 (max.) 1546 1625 (typical)
1725 (max.)
Memory 8 GB GDDR6
14 Gbps
14 Gbps
14 Gbps
Bus Width (Bit) 256 256 2048 256 2048
Memory Bandwidth (GB/s) 448 448 483,8 448 410
ROPs 64 64 64 64 64
L2 Cache 4 MB 4 MB 4 MB 4 MB 4 MB
TGP / TBP 225 W 250 W 295 W 185 W 210 W
Mrd. Transistors 10,3 10,3 12,5 10,3 12,5
Die (mm²) 251 251 495 251 486
Node 7 nm 7 nm 14 nm 7 nm 14 nm
Multi GPU DX12/Vulkan DX12/Vulkan CF DX12/Vulkan CF


Test system and measurement methods

The test system and methodology are well known, but since I now test independently here in Germany, the test system has also been upgraded again without having to consider the former US colleagues.

The summary in tabular form offers interested readers a quick overview:

Testsysteme und Messräume
Intel Core i9-9900 KF
2x 8GB KFA2 HoF DDR4 4000
1x 1 TByte Patriot Viper (NVMe System SSD)
1x Seagate FastSSD Portable USB-C
Seasonic Prime 1200 Watts, Titanium
Alphacool Eisblock XPX
5x Be Quiet! Silent Wings 3 PWM (Closed Case Simulation)
Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut (Thermal Grease)
Lian Li PC-T70 (modified with shroud)
Modi: Open Benchtable, Closed Case
Monitor: Eizo EV3237-BK
Power Consumption:
Non-contact direct current measurement on the PCIe-Slot (Riser-Card)
Non-contact direct current measurement at the external PCIe power connectors
Direct voltage measurement at the respective connectors and at the power supply unit
2x Rohde & Schwarz HMO 3054, 500 MHz Multichannel Oscilloscope
4x Rohde & Schwarz HZO50, Current Clamps
4x Rohde & Schwarz HZ355, Probes
1x Rohde & Schwarz HMC 8012, Digitalmultimeter
Infrared / Thermal Imager: 1x Optris PI640, 2x Xi400 Thermal Imager
Pix Connect Software
Noise / Acoustics: NTI Audio M2211 (calibrated)
Steinberg UR12
Creative X7, Smaart v.7
Semi-anechoic measuring room, 3,5 x 1,8 x 2,2 m (LxDxH)
Axial measurements, perpendicular, measuring distance 50 cm
Noise emission in dBA (slow) as RTA measurement
Frequency spectrum as graphic
Operating System
Windows 10 Pro (1903, all Updates)



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Igor Wallossek

Chefredakteur und Namensgeber von igor'sLAB als inhaltlichem Nachfolger von Tom's Hardware Deutschland, deren Lizenz im Juni 2019 zurückgegeben wurde, um den qualitativen Ansprüchen der Webinhalte und Herausforderungen der neuen Medien wie z.B. YouTube mit einem eigenen Kanal besser gerecht werden zu können.

Computer-Nerd seit 1983, Audio-Freak seit 1979 und seit über 50 Jahren so ziemlich offen für alles, was einen Stecker oder einen Akku hat.

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