Tuesday, September 3rd 2019

Sapphire Teases RX 5700 XT NITRO Graphics Card

Sapphire China has let out a partial teaser of their upcoming RX 5700 XT NITRO graphics card, which is nearing release and has apparently been finalized. The design shows a slightly longer graphics card than we're used to from Sapphire in recent generation (based on 8-pin port placement and component ratio in the provided image).

The card will seemingly sport a silver-based finish (and what looks like black details in the fan area), and features an RGB "SAPPHIRE" detail on the side, as well as what looks like an RGB strip alongside the PCB. From the image, it seems Sapphire will be using a triple fan cooling solution on this one. Being set in the NITRO series, it's currently unknown if this will be a NITRO or NITRO+ product.
Sources: Weibo, via Videocardz
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14 Comments on Sapphire Teases RX 5700 XT NITRO Graphics Card

#1
TheinsanegamerN
And it still wont be any faster then the stock card, because AMD already pushed the silicon as far as it will go.

These 5700xts are already boring. Cmon AMD, where's the 5800xt and 5900xt?
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#2
yakk
Need to get those Pulse cards in stock Sapphire!

Other than maybe a couple degrees better I do not really see a use for a Nitro edition either though.
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#3
Turmania
Finally! Though the card being longer then previous Nitro editions does not make much sense as the power requirements are about the same as say rx590. And the 's' on the front does not seem to light up.
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eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Turmania, post: 4109646, member: 182201"
Finally! Though the card being longer then previous Nitro editions does not make much sense as the power requirements are about the same as say rx590. And the 's' on the front does not seem to light up.
Ermem, VaporX-nuff said
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#5
Totally
I don't see this card being long enough to support 3 a 3 fan cooler. This pic shows that the pcb is barely longer than the pcb used in the pulse. Distance from the vrm to 8-pin power connectors is the same, no more than 3mm longer, and the vrm to edge of the cold plate is the same.
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#6
evernessince
TheinsanegamerN, post: 4109619, member: 127292"
And it still wont be any faster then the stock card, because AMD already pushed the silicon as far as it will go.

These 5700xts are already boring. Cmon AMD, where's the 5800xt and 5900xt?
WTF are you talking about, reviews have already shown both the 5700 and 5700 XT have massive headroom over stock. 20% on average, which is more then could be said of Nvidia's turning cards.
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#7
timta2
evernessince, post: 4110102, member: 165920"
WTF are you talking about, reviews have already shown both the 5700 and 5700 XT have massive headroom over stock. 20% on average, which is more then could be said of Nvidia's turning cards.
Which reviews are these? It's not been the case, from what I've seen.
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#8
INSTG8R
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timta2, post: 4110108, member: 47844"
Which reviews are these? It's not been the case, from what I've seen.
With some Powerplay Table tweaking they can easily get over 2000mhz. Reviews aren’t gonna do that kinda tweaking.
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#9
Chomiq
TheinsanegamerN, post: 4109619, member: 127292"
And it still wont be any faster then the stock card, because AMD already pushed the silicon as far as it will go.

These 5700xts are already boring. Cmon AMD, where's the 5800xt and 5900xt?
RX 5700 XT$4002560641605 MHz1755 MHz1750 MHzNavi 1010300M8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit
PowerColor RX 5700
XT Red Devil
$4502560641770 MHz1905 MHz1750 MHzNavi 1010300M8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit
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#10
Lionheart
TheinsanegamerN, post: 4109619, member: 127292"
And it still wont be any faster then the stock card, because AMD already pushed the silicon as far as it will go.

These 5700xts are already boring. Cmon AMD, where's the 5800xt and 5900xt?
Whats the point of this comment...
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#11
kapone32
TheinsanegamerN, post: 4109619, member: 127292"
And it still wont be any faster then the stock card, because AMD already pushed the silicon as far as it will go.

These 5700xts are already boring. Cmon AMD, where's the 5800xt and 5900xt?
If the 5700Xts are boring you don't have a lot of experience with GPUs. The 5700XT is about 10% slower than the Radeon 7 at 1/2 the cost.
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#12
Chloe Price
TheinsanegamerN, post: 4109619, member: 127292"
And it still wont be any faster then the stock card, because AMD already pushed the silicon as far as it will go.

These 5700xts are already boring. Cmon AMD, where's the 5800xt and 5900xt?
I find these more interesting than those overpriced RTX cards from the Green Team. The Super facelift was hella boring, about just more shaders and higher clocks (well, 2060 Super got more memory and a wider memory bus)
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#13
P4-630






Coming September 16, 2019.
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#14
Chomiq
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Coming September 16, 2019.
Looks sweet.
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