Tuesday, June 25th 2019

AMD To Offer RX 5700 XT Anniversary Edition in Europe, Canada After All

It seems that AMD either had a) unrevealed plans to launch their online store on more countries and markets alongside the introduction of the Navi-powered RX 5700 XT, or b) a change of mind when it comes to permitted availability of their collectors', limited-edition graphics card for the rest of the world. Originally reported to only be launched in the United States and China, an AMD representative (under the handle dprairie_AMD over at Reddit) has seemingly confirmed that the company will be bringing its limited-edition graphics cards to more markets than previously expected - though it still isn't a global release. The statement from Reddit follows.
Reddit user @dprairie_AMD
Hi all,
Friendly reminder that just because someone writes it doesn't mean it is true.... We will be expanding AMD.com sales to more countries, so we expect the 50th anniversary edition will also be available in: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. Sorry we are not offering global availability at this point. We hear you on the desire. The team is focused on expanding into more regions/countries while making sure we can fully support customers.
Source: Reddit
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16 Comments on AMD To Offer RX 5700 XT Anniversary Edition in Europe, Canada After All

#2
Chloe Price
This is simply the best looking blower-cooled card in years.
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#3
TheLostSwede
Ah yes, as I said then, it was a rumour...
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#4
IceShroom
TheLostSwede
Ah yes, as I said then, it was a rumour...
People this days, make fuss about rumour, but ignor the real one.
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#5
Mescalamba
Chloe Price
This is simply the best looking blower-cooled card in years.
I quite like my Titan Xp SW edition.

Actual cooling ability, not so much, same for any blower I suppose. Tho it did improve with changing every bit of thermal pads and paste.
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Chloe Price
Mescalamba
I quite like my Titan Xp SW edition.

Actual cooling ability, not so much, same for any blower I suppose. Tho it did improve with changing every bit of thermal pads and paste.
In SLI/CF setup or in a small case blowers are great since those actually push the hot air out of the case.

I totally forgot those Titan Xp special editions, they also look great. :)
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#7
zo0lykas
looks like Linus, get this sample before some one take a picture :D ;) i see a wee dent on gpu case :D LOL
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#8
Chloe Price
TheLostSwede
Ah yes, as I said then, it was a rumour...
But as we all know, everything said in the interwebz is true!
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#9
Vayra86
Nice, RX 690 is coming *woops*
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#10
Casecutter
As to the swoop or wave feature, I saw one picture as installed normally in the case and on that side-view it's nice to have that as it breaks up the slab-side rectangular look. Also I want to see if that feature actually has merit in translating to the inside of the Die-Cast shroud, as a means of flowing air and minimizing noise. If that what it there for, function over form is always the best design principal.
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#12
LocutusH
Good gpu... but...

"Friendly reminder that just because someone writes it doesn't mean it is true.... "
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#15
Xaled
Mescalamba
I quite like my Titan Xp SW edition.

Actual cooling ability, not so much, same for any blower I suppose. Tho it did improve with changing every bit of thermal pads and paste.
Nah, overdesigned or overdone! Too much details and excessive work for a blower card. It is similar to have 2019 Lamborghini body on 1993 Toyota Corolla motor/car
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#16
dicktracy
A GTX 1080 competitor @ $500. Yay!
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