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ASRock Announces Radeon RX 5700 Phantom Gaming Series

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The leading global motherboard, graphics card and mini PC manufacturer, ASRock, announces their latest Phantom Gaming series graphics cards - the Radeon RX 5700 XT Phantom Gaming D 8G OC, and Radeon RX 5700 Phantom Gaming D 8G OC, which are equipped with AMD's latest generation of 7 nm Radeon RX 5700 series GPUs, with 8 GB GDDR6 video memory, and the latest PCI Express 4.0 support, coupled with outstanding heat dissipation triple-fan design, brilliant ARGB lighting effects, and the stylish metal backplate. With all these advanced specifications and rich features, they are undoubtedly designed for gamers, providing an outstanding 1440p gaming experience.





Advanced Specifications for Great Performance
ASRock Radeon RX 5700 Phantom Gaming series graphics cards, using AMD's 2nd generation 7 nm Radeon RX 5700 series GPUs, through the ASRock's advanced research and development capabilities and high-quality materials to ensure that its Radeon RX 5700 XT/Radeon RX 5700 models top provide the higher GPU base/game/boost frequency than the AMD public version card reference frequency, reaching 1690/1835/up to 1945 MHz and 1610/1725/up to 1750 MHz respectively; with a total capacity of up to 8 GB and a bandwidth of 256- Bit GDDR6 video memory, as well as the latest PCI Express 4.0 bus standard support. These advanced specifications allow the ASRock Radeon RX 5700 Phantom Gaming series graphics cards to provide great 1440p gaming performance.



Fancy and Feature-rich
ASRock Radeon RX 5700 Phantom Gaming series graphics cards feature a triple-fan thermal construction and up to 2.7-slot total thickness for excellent heat dissipation. The fancy design and ARGB lighting effects can be matched with ASRock's ARGB/RGB motherboards that also support Polychrome SYNC, allowing users to build their own lighting systems. The stylish metal backplate makes the graphics card more fancy, cool and solid. As for the 0dB Silent Cooling technology, the fan can be completely stopped under low temperature conditions with zero noise. Plus ASRock Tweak software utility provides users with instant performance tuning and smart fan speed control. These rich features make the ASRock Radeon RX 5700 Phantom Gaming series graphics cards deliver a great user experience.

Premium Choices for Gamers
Overall, the launch of ASRock's Radeon RX 5700 Phantom Gaming series of graphics cards has enabled ASRock's own Radeon RX 5700 series graphics card product line to become more complete, while also providing the specifications and features required by gamers: the great 1440p gaming performance, attractive cool design, solid and reliable product structure and intimate software and hardware functions, plus the same appearance style as ASRock's entire Phantom Gaming series, it is undoubtedly crafted for gaming usage, and the premium choice for gamers.



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Considering we're now seeing round 2 of additional AIB customs for the 5700 (this and the upcoming Gigabyte AORUS XT), I wonder if the PowerColor Liquid Devil is also due to be announced soon, and to be a bit more on-topic, if Asrock would also do an RX 5700 XT "Aqua Edition" in a similar vein (to the PowerColor Liquid Devil) using the Taichi variant as a base.
 
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the more the better,competition between partner cards drives the prices down.
 
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the more the better,competition between partner cards drives the prices down.
Does it... though?

I mean, look at the market. Some good versions can still cost a pretty penny and AIBs don't seem bothered at all. Even the promised Pulse 409$ version is mostly a 419$ version.
Why the 10$ more? because nobody really cares, they can jack the price up however they feel like.

On the other side, some good versions are actually fairly priced. Currently Gigabyte's Gaming version is available for 399$ on amazon. Its one of the best versions of the card available.
 
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Does it... though?

I mean, look at the market. Some good versions can still cost a pretty penny and AIBs don't seem bothered at all. Even the promised Pulse 409$ version is mostly a 419$ version.
Why the 10$ more? because nobody really cares, they can jack the price up however they feel like.

On the other side, some good versions are actually fairly priced. Currently Gigabyte's Gaming version is available for 399$ on amazon. Its one of the best versions of the card available.
There's plenty of 2060/2070 super partner cards that sell below msrp.
I guess that's also on the price and quality of reference designs.
 

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the more the better,competition between partner cards drives the prices down.
Bring the prices down like when AMD initially launch 5700 XT for $450 and 5700 for $380? oh and don't forget the Anniversary Edition that cost $500. Price down my ass.
 
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Bring the prices down like when AMD initially launch 5700 XT for $450 and 5700 for $380? oh and don't forget the Anniversary Edition that cost $500. Price down my ass.
$329 for factory and $348 for AIB 5700

$399 5700XT Gigabyte Gaming


You were saying?
 
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Bring the prices down like when AMD initially launch 5700 XT for $450 and 5700 for $380? oh and don't forget the Anniversary Edition that cost $500. Price down my ass.
They slashed them all by $50 a week before and you can get them for those prices points now.
 
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$329 for factory and $348 for AIB 5700

$399 5700XT Gigabyte Gaming




You were saying?
I can get the powercolor (dual fan) XT for 360 right now lol. Cheapest 2070 Special in the head is 500, it seems. That's not even a contest.
 
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