Thursday, September 12th 2019

Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 XT NITRO+ Pricing Revealed

Ahead of its September 16 launch, pricing of the Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 XT NITRO+ (model: 100416NT+8GSR) was revealed thanks to an early product listing by leading American retailer Newegg. The card is priced at USD $439.99, which makes it on-par with certain other premium custom RX 5700 XT offerings, such as the PowerColor RX 5700 XT Red Devil and the MSI RX 5700 XT Gaming X. The Newegg listing also mentions the card's boost frequency as 2010 MHz, which is the same as the PowerColor Red Devil, but a touch short of the 2100 MHz of the MSI Gaming X. Our reviews of the Red Devil and the Gaming X show that these frequencies are mostly moot, and both cards end up performing the same.
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15 Comments on Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 XT NITRO+ Pricing Revealed

#1
dj-electric
Pulse showed budget models who's boss. Go ahead Sapphire, do that to the premium ones now.
This Radeon-dedicated company shows nothing but unrelenting success in cooler engineering for Radeon cards, and I hope this one continues the streak.
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#2
Xzibit
12.05" x 5.31" 306 mm 2.5 slot . Cutting it close there for my Fractal case
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#3
lynx29
dj-electric, post: 4115170, member: 87186"
Pulse showed budget models who's boss. Go ahead Sapphire, do that to the premium ones now.
This Radeon-dedicated company shows nothing but unrelenting success in cooler engineering for Radeon cards, and I hope this one continues the streak.
yep and it has always been that way, I always bought Sapphire exclusively in the AGP graphics card days, and my 6950 and 7970 were also Sapphire. if AMD gets the drivers rock solid by the time RX 5800 launches I probably will get a Sapphire RX 5800 XT, all depends on driver stability though
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#4
PLSG08
Guess I know what I'm buying for Xmas :D
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#5
AnarchoPrimitiv
The damn card is already out of stock and it's 649am where I am
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#6
islandgam3r
YESSS!! Finally a worthy upgrade from my current Sapphire Nitro+ Vega 56 Limited Edition. THis is what I was waiting for.
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#7
xkm1948
Can't wait until W1zzard starts benchmarking without using the 19.7.5 launch drivers. That would be so much FUN!
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#8
Totally
AnarchoPrimitiv, post: 4115232, member: 168101"
The damn card is already out of stock and it's 649am where I am
Ofc, Sept 16 release date.
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#9
islandgam3r
I been also monitoring Newegg and Sapphire's site since I found out it was coming out this month a few weeks ago.
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#10
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
So much for mid range being 350 or less!
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#12
islandgam3r
I will be stay up late Sunday night scrutinizing and refreshing Newegg's site since it suppose to come out Monday....#havenolifenitro+islife
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#13
Majin_Sam
eidairaman1, post: 4115443, member: 40556"
So much for mid range being 350 or less!
I wouldnt call the space it occupies as mid-tier, thats 580/90 territory. These chips are more like "low range of high-end"
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#14
Athlonite
Majin_Sam, post: 4116943, member: 189825"
I wouldnt call the space it occupies as mid-tier, thats 580/90 territory. These chips are more like "low range of high-end"
actually the midrange is Vega56 low end is RX580
low midrange is RX590
high midrange is Vega56
low high end is Vega64
mid high end is 5700
high high end is VII and 5700XT
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#15
Totally
Athlonite, post: 4116992, member: 80893"
actually the midrange is Vega56 low end is RX580
low midrange is RX590
high midrange is Vega56
low high end is Vega64
mid high end is 5700
high high end is VII and 5700XT
No he's was right

High Tier is 2080ti/VII
Upper Tier was Vega/2080/2070
Mid Tier was Polaris/2060/1660ti
Low Tier was Polaris/1550 and rebrands

Navi is replacing Polaris, so it's mid tier. AMD seems to be abandoning the upper and high tiers again.
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