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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.

I deliberately chose all three common screen resolutions for all benchmarks and rather adapted the settings to the usability. So this is not more about “living better”, but about “playing faster”. I am sure that the benefit is rather given and I never understood why you only want to see Full HD as a resolution for the absolute beginner cards. Otherwise all graphics are self-explanatory anyway and I spare myself the novels of the verbal paraphrase of what you can already see with your eyes.

Since we don’t want or have to test CPUs, I deliberately chose the highest settings for these benchmarks, as all cards deliver very usable frame rates. But the advantage of the board partner card over the reference card is really marginal, because it’s barely more than three to five percent. If one uses the silent BIOS, the gap to the reference card is usually only about one to three percent.



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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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