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ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)
ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)
ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)
ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)
ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)
ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)
ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)

ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)

ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)
ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)
ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)
ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)
ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)
ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)
ASUS AMD Radeon RX 5500XT Overclocked O8G GDDR6 Dual Fan EVO Edition HDMI DisplayPort Gaming Graphics Card (DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO)
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Features

  • Axial-tech fan design features longer fan blades and a unique barrier ring to increase air pressure
  • 0dB Technology lets you enjoy light gaming in relative silence
  • 2 7-slot Design expands cooling surface area to make the most of the two powerful Axial-tech fans
  • Protective backplate secures components during transportation and installation
  • Auto Extreme Manufacturing deliver premium quality and reliability with aerospace-grade Super Alloy Power II components

Description

Powered by AMD Radeon with PCI 4 0 performance each ASUS Dual-fan RX 5500XT O8G Gaming Graphics Card is compatibility tested with the latest games and applications by our 144-hour validation program Keep cool with dual Axial-Tech fans while experiencing every rich detail in 5K 120Hz using DisplayPort 1 4 with DSC


Memory Speed 14000 MHz


Graphics Coprocessor RX5500


Chipset Brand AMD


Card Description AMD RADEON RX5500 XT


Graphics Card Ram Size 8 GB


Brand ASUS


Series DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO


Item model number DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO


Item Weight 3.34 pounds


Product Dimensions 15.9 x 9.2 x 3.5 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 15.9 x 9.2 x 3.5 inches


Manufacturer Asus


ASIN B082G4J2WG


Date First Available December 12, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 132 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #158 in Computer Graphics Cards


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Features

  • Axial-tech fan design features longer fan blades and a unique barrier ring to increase air pressure
  • 0dB Technology lets you enjoy light gaming in relative silence
  • 2 7-slot Design expands cooling surface area to make the most of the two powerful Axial-tech fans
  • Protective backplate secures components during transportation and installation
  • Auto Extreme Manufacturing deliver premium quality and reliability with aerospace-grade Super Alloy Power II components

Description

Powered by AMD Radeon with PCI 4 0 performance each ASUS Dual-fan RX 5500XT O8G Gaming Graphics Card is compatibility tested with the latest games and applications by our 144-hour validation program Keep cool with dual Axial-Tech fans while experiencing every rich detail in 5K 120Hz using DisplayPort 1 4 with DSC


Memory Speed 14000 MHz


Graphics Coprocessor RX5500


Chipset Brand AMD


Card Description AMD RADEON RX5500 XT


Graphics Card Ram Size 8 GB


Brand ASUS


Series DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO


Item model number DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO


Item Weight 3.34 pounds


Product Dimensions 15.9 x 9.2 x 3.5 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 15.9 x 9.2 x 3.5 inches


Manufacturer Asus


ASIN B082G4J2WG


Date First Available December 12, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 132 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #158 in Computer Graphics Cards


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • Axial-tech fan design features longer fan blades and a unique barrier ring to increase air pressure
  • 0dB Technology lets you enjoy light gaming in relative silence
  • 2 7-slot Design expands cooling surface area to make the most of the two powerful Axial-tech fans
  • Protective backplate secures components during transportation and installation
  • Auto Extreme Manufacturing deliver premium quality and reliability with aerospace-grade Super Alloy Power II components

Description

Powered by AMD Radeon with PCI 4 0 performance each ASUS Dual-fan RX 5500XT O8G Gaming Graphics Card is compatibility tested with the latest games and applications by our 144-hour validation program Keep cool with dual Axial-Tech fans while experiencing every rich detail in 5K 120Hz using DisplayPort 1 4 with DSC


Memory Speed 14000 MHz


Graphics Coprocessor RX5500


Chipset Brand AMD


Card Description AMD RADEON RX5500 XT


Graphics Card Ram Size 8 GB


Brand ASUS


Series DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO


Item model number DUAL-RX5500XT-O8G-EVO


Item Weight 3.34 pounds


Product Dimensions 15.9 x 9.2 x 3.5 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 15.9 x 9.2 x 3.5 inches


Manufacturer Asus


ASIN B082G4J2WG


Date First Available December 12, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 132 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #158 in Computer Graphics Cards


abunda_amazon_reviews This card seemed to have some bad reviews both on amazon and newegg but most are on complaints of DOA cards (that once again is not a review!) This is a huge pet peeve of mine and it falsely lowers the overall ratings which forces everyone to read between the lines when reading amazon reviews! Reviewers you need a working card to do a proper review and although D.O.A. cards still occur it's part of technology so just accept it and send it back for a new card under the 3 year Asus warranty or Amazons 30 day return/replace policy. I only buy AMD Radeon video cards because Nvidia really over prices their GPU's, chipsets, and power supplies by at least 30 % and I'm not over paying for video cards no matter who produces them. I wanted to get a good card that plays well at 1920x1080p and will still play my Military Flight Simulators and F.P.S. games without any issues. The Asus RX 570 was plenty fast enough for gaming and even scored a 71% in 3DMark which is great for a 7 year old system still running a i5 2500k CPU. I do not over- clock my CPU (But it will run at almost 5 GHZ if I chose to do so since I have a nice closed loop water cooler) I also will never over-clock my GPU because I want stability over speed. Over-clocking really helped out back in the past with the 66 MHZ bus on the intel PII's that ran at 333 MHZ. These hit perfectly on a 100 MHZ bus giving me a rock stable CPU running at 500 MHZ back when intel didn't even have a 400 MHZ CPU on the market! But that was then and now a days the intel CPU's are being milked for all intel can get while they change their socket sizes so your forced to buy a new board as well. This Asus RX-570 is well built even though it's fan cover is plastic it's rather light which eliminates sag issues so it's a plus not a negative. I bought it for the double ball bearing fans and 8 gig of DDR5! I waited a year for the prices to get back to normal from all the bitcoin miners and this card is well worth the money and then some. For only $162 this 570 with 8 gig of onboard ram is great value! I don't recommend using the Asus software that comes with the card since it's very buggy and the Radeon settings can be set just fine without any additional software. Asus Expedition RX-570_8 GIG video card Update: I have been using the new card for almost 4 months and it runs great with both Windows 7 Pro and Windows 10 Pro 64 bit O/S's I recently went back to Win 7 Pro over Win 10 Pro because Win 10 Pro would not run 2 of my favorite Military Sims. Well they would load and I could finish a mission but then the game would crash my system and force me to lose any pilot stats, which ruins the fun of playing realistic flight sims and could have led to some hard restarts that can damage the O/S. I know from personal use that Win 7 Pro 64 bit just runs games better than Windows 10, when it comes to compatibility, and is still a solid Operating System that most gamers still use. Windows 10 Pro gets bad reviews across the board but I found it to be an excellent O/S with only Linux's latest being more stable and of course free. O.K. back to the new video card. I can't find any flaws with this card at all. It lacks a black-plate but is really light weight and has a great closed loop heat pipe system, along with the great, real, ball bearing fans, that are so quiet I can't even hear them while I'm gaming. There is zero whine that other cards produce under load and I love that feature. I only needed a good video card with 4 gig of ram and was looking at a RX-560, but this Asus card and it's 8 gig of DDR5 gave my system and game performance a great boost and was well worth the year long wait not to over pay. If you need a solid card with quiet fans and like the idea of 8 gig of DDR 5 ram look no further! I have seen a couple of Sapphire cards inthe RX-580 series in July of 2019 priced at only $180 which would have been my first choice if I was buying today. But you can drive yourself crazy if you keep looking at current GPU's prices since the new Radeons are out and getting cheaper all the time. So I always get the best single card for the money and can always buy a second if I upgrade my CPU to a AMD Ryson 1600, my motherboard with a AM4 socket and 16 gig of DDR4 memory. I priced out this upgrade path and for $450 I can basically get a brand new computer(self built) and add a second Asus RX-570 for Cross-Fire use. I have bought Sapphire cards in the past and have had good luck with them however, they only have a 2 year warr. and that extra year that Asus offers can be important. I did have a Asus HD 6950 years ago that failed after 2 1/2 years and would have been a paperweight if I didn't have that extra year of warranty as Asus replaced it with no questions asked. I do tend to buy Asus motherboards and video cards since they have good RMA service and a full 3 year warranty on their boards and video cards.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Finally bought a Asus RX-570 with 8 gig at a price point I could tolerate and it's been great...;;Steven L.;;;If you have any cons for this card, You should not being inside a computer case. I've been building high end affordable gaming systems since 1996, this card is more card than you need unless you are a game graphics designer. I liked it so much I upgraded my system and my wife's system to an X570 gaming platform to be able to enjoy them more. Oh and you would not believe how much of Blu-ray discs signal quality you've been missing if you like to watch the occasional high quality movie, like I do. We put these on ASUS TUF x470 MB's because the x570's were either out of stock or bought up and sold by greedy people.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;ASUS TUF Gaming 3 AMD Radeon RX 5600XT OC Edition Gaming Graphics Card;;James O;;;I ordered and still using "Red Dragon Radeon RX 570 AXRX 570 4GB D5-3DHD/OC" from Amazon. But, I wanted to have an 8GB newer graphic card for my streaming, so I ordered this card. It is my main card for gaming now, handles Modern Warfare (latest one) with all high settings, very well. With 570, I needed to lower my settings to be able to play and stream (play at 1080, stream at 720). I have one computer for play and stream at 4.0 Ghz i7 CPU and 32Gb ram. I recommend this card to anyone who plays Modern Warfare or similar games. It is powerful, quite and affordable.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 26, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;A nice additional to my game machine :);;Leo Koach;;;My first impression of this card was that it was extremely weak and underwhelming, on par with an Nvidia GT 730 or something similar. But after extensive testing and benchmarking I came to find out it was instead defective. Decided to get a different card instead, much better performance.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Dud;;Michael J.P.;;;I was reluctant to buy this given the the small quantity of reviews and the negative nature of them. However, I have always been impressed by Asus products so I decided to lean on the brand reputation and make the purchase. I had no hiccups in the installation of this video card. I installed it in my computer along withthe AMD radeon drivers.(19.4.2) I also installed the Asus GPU tweaker II software. Because of the negative reviews I wanted to stress test the card right away to make sure I didn't have a dud. I ran Furmark for an hour and it had no problems. I did find that it was throttling the clock speed down to about 900mhz during the stress test. I had to turn up the power limit in GPU tweaker to get it to hold the max clock speed under load. Overall I think it is a good product, it works and performs as expected for a mid level graphics card.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Good video card;;Jeremiah Smith;;;I am building a new general-purpose home PC for all the usual stuff you do on a home computer. I specifically needed a decent GPU for the following: Microsoft Flight Simulator FSX Photoshop CS6 VSDC Video Editor and I need the GPU to run dual monitors at UHD (3840 x 2160). The system it is installed in is running an AMD Ryzen 5-3600 CPU with 64 gB DRAM, Win 10 Home. After 8 hours of testing it with FSX using scenery density and and realism settings of about 80% maximum, , using 2K monitors (I don't have a 4K monitor yet), I can state that the GPU can handle the load okay, and FXS uses about 66% of the GPU's capacity. I am satisfied that this GPU has more than enough capacity to run flight sims on dual 2K monitors. I will test it again when my 4K monitors arrive next week. The dual fans are not terribly loud, and they only spin up when the load on the GPU is higher than about 25%.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Good GPU at a reasonable price;;ctsurv553;;;(This review is for the TUF 3 RX 5600 XT) This card is insanely good compared to my old GTX 1060 and can run many games on high or ultra. It is super quiet even while under heavy load and the temperatures are really good compared to Nvidia cards. The issue that I am having is random stuttering during gameplay. It was not noticeable at first but it became annoying after a couple days of gaming. The stuttering happens every time the GPU's core clocks would drop, the core clocks on my card are never stable and keeps dropping frequency at random times causing annoying stutter. The stuttering is just too annoying and noticeable during gaming and I will be planning on returning this card for another brand. Looking at the reviews I see nobody has this issue, perhaps I am just unlucky and got a defective model.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2020;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Possible defective card received, random stuttering during gameplay;;Joe

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Steven L. - Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2019
Finally bought a Asus RX-570 with 8 gig at a price point I could tolerate and it's been great...
This card seemed to have some bad reviews both on amazon and newegg but most are on complaints of DOA cards (that once again is not a review!) This is a huge pet peeve of mine and it falsely lowers the overall ratings which forces everyone to read between the lines when reading amazon reviews! Reviewers you need a working card to do a proper review and although D.O.A. cards still occur it's part of technology so just accept it and send it back for a new card under the 3 year Asus warranty or Amazons 30 day return/replace policy. I only buy AMD Radeon video cards because Nvidia really over prices their GPU's, chipsets, and power supplies by at least 30 % and I'm not over paying for video cards no matter who produces them. I wanted to get a good card that plays well at 1920x1080p and will still play my Military Flight Simulators and F.P.S. games without any issues. The Asus RX 570 was plenty fast enough for gaming and even scored a 71% in 3DMark which is great for a 7 year old system still running a i5 2500k CPU. I do not over- clock my CPU (But it will run at almost 5 GHZ if I chose to do so since I have a nice closed loop water cooler) I also will never over-clock my GPU because I want stability over speed. Over-clocking really helped out back in the past with the 66 MHZ bus on the intel PII's that ran at 333 MHZ. These hit perfectly on a 100 MHZ bus giving me a rock stable CPU running at 500 MHZ back when intel didn't even have a 400 MHZ CPU on the market! But that was then and now a days the intel CPU's are being milked for all intel can get while they change their socket sizes so your forced to buy a new board as well. This Asus RX-570 is well built even though it's fan cover is plastic it's rather light which eliminates sag issues so it's a plus not a negative. I bought it for the double ball bearing fans and 8 gig of DDR5! I waited a year for the prices to get back to normal from all the bitcoin miners and this card is well worth the money and then some. For only $162 this 570 with 8 gig of onboard ram is great value! I don't recommend using the Asus software that comes with the card since it's very buggy and the Radeon settings can be set just fine without any additional software. Asus Expedition RX-570_8 GIG video card Update: I have been using the new card for almost 4 months and it runs great with both Windows 7 Pro and Windows 10 Pro 64 bit O/S's I recently went back to Win 7 Pro over Win 10 Pro because Win 10 Pro would not run 2 of my favorite Military Sims. Well they would load and I could finish a mission but then the game would crash my system and force me to lose any pilot stats, which ruins the fun of playing realistic flight sims and could have led to some hard restarts that can damage the O/S. I know from personal use that Win 7 Pro 64 bit just runs games better than Windows 10, when it comes to compatibility, and is still a solid Operating System that most gamers still use. Windows 10 Pro gets bad reviews across the board but I found it to be an excellent O/S with only Linux's latest being more stable and of course free. O.K. back to the new video card. I can't find any flaws with this card at all. It lacks a black-plate but is really light weight and has a great closed loop heat pipe system, along with the great, real, ball bearing fans, that are so quiet I can't even hear them while I'm gaming. There is zero whine that other cards produce under load and I love that feature. I only needed a good video card with 4 gig of ram and was looking at a RX-560, but this Asus card and it's 8 gig of DDR5 gave my system and game performance a great boost and was well worth the year long wait not to over pay. If you need a solid card with quiet fans and like the idea of 8 gig of DDR 5 ram look no further! I have seen a couple of Sapphire cards inthe RX-580 series in July of 2019 priced at only $180 which would have been my first choice if I was buying today. But you can drive yourself crazy if you keep looking at current GPU's prices since the new Radeons are out and getting cheaper all the time. So I always get the best single card for the money and can always buy a second if I upgrade my CPU to a AMD Ryson 1600, my motherboard with a AM4 socket and 16 gig of DDR4 memory. I priced out this upgrade path and for $450 I can basically get a brand new computer(self built) and add a second Asus RX-570 for Cross-Fire use. I have bought Sapphire cards in the past and have had good luck with them however, they only have a 2 year warr. and that extra year that Asus offers can be important. I did have a Asus HD 6950 years ago that failed after 2 1/2 years and would have been a paperweight if I didn't have that extra year of warranty as Asus replaced it with no questions asked. I do tend to buy Asus motherboards and video cards since they have good RMA service and a full 3 year warranty on their boards and video cards.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By James O - Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2020
ASUS TUF Gaming 3 AMD Radeon RX 5600XT OC Edition Gaming Graphics Card
If you have any cons for this card, You should not being inside a computer case. I've been building high end affordable gaming systems since 1996, this card is more card than you need unless you are a game graphics designer. I liked it so much I upgraded my system and my wife's system to an X570 gaming platform to be able to enjoy them more. Oh and you would not believe how much of Blu-ray discs signal quality you've been missing if you like to watch the occasional high quality movie, like I do. We put these on ASUS TUF x470 MB's because the x570's were either out of stock or bought up and sold by greedy people.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Leo Koach - Reviewed in the United States on February 26, 2020
A nice additional to my game machine :)
I ordered and still using "Red Dragon Radeon RX 570 AXRX 570 4GB D5-3DHD/OC" from Amazon. But, I wanted to have an 8GB newer graphic card for my streaming, so I ordered this card. It is my main card for gaming now, handles Modern Warfare (latest one) with all high settings, very well. With 570, I needed to lower my settings to be able to play and stream (play at 1080, stream at 720). I have one computer for play and stream at 4.0 Ghz i7 CPU and 32Gb ram. I recommend this card to anyone who plays Modern Warfare or similar games. It is powerful, quite and affordable.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael J.P. - Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2019
Dud
My first impression of this card was that it was extremely weak and underwhelming, on par with an Nvidia GT 730 or something similar. But after extensive testing and benchmarking I came to find out it was instead defective. Decided to get a different card instead, much better performance.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeremiah Smith - Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2019
Good video card
I was reluctant to buy this given the the small quantity of reviews and the negative nature of them. However, I have always been impressed by Asus products so I decided to lean on the brand reputation and make the purchase. I had no hiccups in the installation of this video card. I installed it in my computer along withthe AMD radeon drivers.(19.4.2) I also installed the Asus GPU tweaker II software. Because of the negative reviews I wanted to stress test the card right away to make sure I didn't have a dud. I ran Furmark for an hour and it had no problems. I did find that it was throttling the clock speed down to about 900mhz during the stress test. I had to turn up the power limit in GPU tweaker to get it to hold the max clock speed under load. Overall I think it is a good product, it works and performs as expected for a mid level graphics card.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By ctsurv553 - Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2020
Good GPU at a reasonable price
I am building a new general-purpose home PC for all the usual stuff you do on a home computer. I specifically needed a decent GPU for the following: Microsoft Flight Simulator FSX Photoshop CS6 VSDC Video Editor and I need the GPU to run dual monitors at UHD (3840 x 2160). The system it is installed in is running an AMD Ryzen 5-3600 CPU with 64 gB DRAM, Win 10 Home. After 8 hours of testing it with FSX using scenery density and and realism settings of about 80% maximum, , using 2K monitors (I don't have a 4K monitor yet), I can state that the GPU can handle the load okay, and FXS uses about 66% of the GPU's capacity. I am satisfied that this GPU has more than enough capacity to run flight sims on dual 2K monitors. I will test it again when my 4K monitors arrive next week. The dual fans are not terribly loud, and they only spin up when the load on the GPU is higher than about 25%.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Joe - Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2020
Possible defective card received, random stuttering during gameplay
(This review is for the TUF 3 RX 5600 XT) This card is insanely good compared to my old GTX 1060 and can run many games on high or ultra. It is super quiet even while under heavy load and the temperatures are really good compared to Nvidia cards. The issue that I am having is random stuttering during gameplay. It was not noticeable at first but it became annoying after a couple days of gaming. The stuttering happens every time the GPU's core clocks would drop, the core clocks on my card are never stable and keeps dropping frequency at random times causing annoying stutter. The stuttering is just too annoying and noticeable during gaming and I will be planning on returning this card for another brand. Looking at the reviews I see nobody has this issue, perhaps I am just unlucky and got a defective model.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Steven L. - Reviewed in the United States on April 4, 2019
Finally bought a Asus RX-570 with 8 gig at a price point I could tolerate and it's been great...
This card seemed to have some bad reviews both on amazon and newegg but most are on complaints of DOA cards (that once again is not a review!) This is a huge pet peeve of mine and it falsely lowers the overall ratings which forces everyone to read between the lines when reading amazon reviews! Reviewers you need a working card to do a proper review and although D.O.A. cards still occur it's part of technology so just accept it and send it back for a new card under the 3 year Asus warranty or Amazons 30 day return/replace policy. I only buy AMD Radeon video cards because Nvidia really over prices their GPU's, chipsets, and power supplies by at least 30 % and I'm not over paying for video cards no matter who produces them. I wanted to get a good card that plays well at 1920x1080p and will still play my Military Flight Simulators and F.P.S. games without any issues. The Asus RX 570 was plenty fast enough for gaming and even scored a 71% in 3DMark which is great for a 7 year old system still running a i5 2500k CPU. I do not over- clock my CPU (But it will run at almost 5 GHZ if I chose to do so since I have a nice closed loop water cooler) I also will never over-clock my GPU because I want stability over speed. Over-clocking really helped out back in the past with the 66 MHZ bus on the intel PII's that ran at 333 MHZ. These hit perfectly on a 100 MHZ bus giving me a rock stable CPU running at 500 MHZ back when intel didn't even have a 400 MHZ CPU on the market! But that was then and now a days the intel CPU's are being milked for all intel can get while they change their socket sizes so your forced to buy a new board as well. This Asus RX-570 is well built even though it's fan cover is plastic it's rather light which eliminates sag issues so it's a plus not a negative. I bought it for the double ball bearing fans and 8 gig of DDR5! I waited a year for the prices to get back to normal from all the bitcoin miners and this card is well worth the money and then some. For only $162 this 570 with 8 gig of onboard ram is great value! I don't recommend using the Asus software that comes with the card since it's very buggy and the Radeon settings can be set just fine without any additional software. Asus Expedition RX-570_8 GIG video card Update: I have been using the new card for almost 4 months and it runs great with both Windows 7 Pro and Windows 10 Pro 64 bit O/S's I recently went back to Win 7 Pro over Win 10 Pro because Win 10 Pro would not run 2 of my favorite Military Sims. Well they would load and I could finish a mission but then the game would crash my system and force me to lose any pilot stats, which ruins the fun of playing realistic flight sims and could have led to some hard restarts that can damage the O/S. I know from personal use that Win 7 Pro 64 bit just runs games better than Windows 10, when it comes to compatibility, and is still a solid Operating System that most gamers still use. Windows 10 Pro gets bad reviews across the board but I found it to be an excellent O/S with only Linux's latest being more stable and of course free. O.K. back to the new video card. I can't find any flaws with this card at all. It lacks a black-plate but is really light weight and has a great closed loop heat pipe system, along with the great, real, ball bearing fans, that are so quiet I can't even hear them while I'm gaming. There is zero whine that other cards produce under load and I love that feature. I only needed a good video card with 4 gig of ram and was looking at a RX-560, but this Asus card and it's 8 gig of DDR5 gave my system and game performance a great boost and was well worth the year long wait not to over pay. If you need a solid card with quiet fans and like the idea of 8 gig of DDR 5 ram look no further! I have seen a couple of Sapphire cards inthe RX-580 series in July of 2019 priced at only $180 which would have been my first choice if I was buying today. But you can drive yourself crazy if you keep looking at current GPU's prices since the new Radeons are out and getting cheaper all the time. So I always get the best single card for the money and can always buy a second if I upgrade my CPU to a AMD Ryson 1600, my motherboard with a AM4 socket and 16 gig of DDR4 memory. I priced out this upgrade path and for $450 I can basically get a brand new computer(self built) and add a second Asus RX-570 for Cross-Fire use. I have bought Sapphire cards in the past and have had good luck with them however, they only have a 2 year warr. and that extra year that Asus offers can be important. I did have a Asus HD 6950 years ago that failed after 2 1/2 years and would have been a paperweight if I didn't have that extra year of warranty as Asus replaced it with no questions asked. I do tend to buy Asus motherboards and video cards since they have good RMA service and a full 3 year warranty on their boards and video cards.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By James O - Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2020
ASUS TUF Gaming 3 AMD Radeon RX 5600XT OC Edition Gaming Graphics Card
If you have any cons for this card, You should not being inside a computer case. I've been building high end affordable gaming systems since 1996, this card is more card than you need unless you are a game graphics designer. I liked it so much I upgraded my system and my wife's system to an X570 gaming platform to be able to enjoy them more. Oh and you would not believe how much of Blu-ray discs signal quality you've been missing if you like to watch the occasional high quality movie, like I do. We put these on ASUS TUF x470 MB's because the x570's were either out of stock or bought up and sold by greedy people.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Leo Koach - Reviewed in the United States on February 26, 2020
A nice additional to my game machine :)
I ordered and still using "Red Dragon Radeon RX 570 AXRX 570 4GB D5-3DHD/OC" from Amazon. But, I wanted to have an 8GB newer graphic card for my streaming, so I ordered this card. It is my main card for gaming now, handles Modern Warfare (latest one) with all high settings, very well. With 570, I needed to lower my settings to be able to play and stream (play at 1080, stream at 720). I have one computer for play and stream at 4.0 Ghz i7 CPU and 32Gb ram. I recommend this card to anyone who plays Modern Warfare or similar games. It is powerful, quite and affordable.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Michael J.P. - Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2019
Dud
My first impression of this card was that it was extremely weak and underwhelming, on par with an Nvidia GT 730 or something similar. But after extensive testing and benchmarking I came to find out it was instead defective. Decided to get a different card instead, much better performance.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeremiah Smith - Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2019
Good video card
I was reluctant to buy this given the the small quantity of reviews and the negative nature of them. However, I have always been impressed by Asus products so I decided to lean on the brand reputation and make the purchase. I had no hiccups in the installation of this video card. I installed it in my computer along withthe AMD radeon drivers.(19.4.2) I also installed the Asus GPU tweaker II software. Because of the negative reviews I wanted to stress test the card right away to make sure I didn't have a dud. I ran Furmark for an hour and it had no problems. I did find that it was throttling the clock speed down to about 900mhz during the stress test. I had to turn up the power limit in GPU tweaker to get it to hold the max clock speed under load. Overall I think it is a good product, it works and performs as expected for a mid level graphics card.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By ctsurv553 - Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2020
Good GPU at a reasonable price
I am building a new general-purpose home PC for all the usual stuff you do on a home computer. I specifically needed a decent GPU for the following: Microsoft Flight Simulator FSX Photoshop CS6 VSDC Video Editor and I need the GPU to run dual monitors at UHD (3840 x 2160). The system it is installed in is running an AMD Ryzen 5-3600 CPU with 64 gB DRAM, Win 10 Home. After 8 hours of testing it with FSX using scenery density and and realism settings of about 80% maximum, , using 2K monitors (I don't have a 4K monitor yet), I can state that the GPU can handle the load okay, and FXS uses about 66% of the GPU's capacity. I am satisfied that this GPU has more than enough capacity to run flight sims on dual 2K monitors. I will test it again when my 4K monitors arrive next week. The dual fans are not terribly loud, and they only spin up when the load on the GPU is higher than about 25%.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Joe - Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2020
Possible defective card received, random stuttering during gameplay
(This review is for the TUF 3 RX 5600 XT) This card is insanely good compared to my old GTX 1060 and can run many games on high or ultra. It is super quiet even while under heavy load and the temperatures are really good compared to Nvidia cards. The issue that I am having is random stuttering during gameplay. It was not noticeable at first but it became annoying after a couple days of gaming. The stuttering happens every time the GPU's core clocks would drop, the core clocks on my card are never stable and keeps dropping frequency at random times causing annoying stutter. The stuttering is just too annoying and noticeable during gaming and I will be planning on returning this card for another brand. Looking at the reviews I see nobody has this issue, perhaps I am just unlucky and got a defective model.