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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-22-2019, 10:30 AM - Thread Starter
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Which brand for rx 5700 card

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I always big fan of Asus , you all know that Asus make high quality products however I found on a video that sapphire is also very good, its fans can be taken off for cleaning easily and the Trixx software. I dont know if the trixx software can be used with other brands ? So what do you think which brand ?
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Sapphire has always been top tier for AMD boards. The fans being end user replaceable is not a gimmick, as ASUS will charge you something like $140 for the service (https://www.overclock.net/forum/67-a...-pathetic.html). Sapphire sells its fans for ~$20 a pair I think (although for some reaosn Newegg has them OOS) and the ones on the Pulse RX 5700 series are replaceable without removing the shroud.

They make the pro GPUs for AMD as well under Sapphire PGS.


At $10 more than reference there's really no situation where the Sapphire cards are a bad decision given how reviews have turned out.

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if you can pay nearly 389 a Red Devil , but if it is too much then a Pulse or AsRock Challenger should be ok
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I have been using Powercolor cards for 6 gens starting with the 7750 and would be my go to brand.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Welliam View Post
Hi

I always big fan of Asus , you all know that Asus make high quality products however I found on a video that sapphire is also very good, its fans can be taken off for cleaning easily and the Trixx software. I dont know if the trixx software can be used with other brands ? So what do you think which brand ?
Make sure to take note of the warranty. Some cards are 2 years, while others are 3 years.



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