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The ASRock RX 5700 XT Taichi X OC+ video card is one of the most expensive versions of the Navi GPU. We’re testing it vs. Sapphire Nitro, Gigabyte Gaming OC, XFX THICC, & more.
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The ASRock RX 5700 XT Taichi might be listed on Amazon at some point:
Find the Sapphire RX 5700 XT Nitro+ on Amazon:
Or Gigabyte’s 5700 XT Gaming OC on Amazon (for a lower price):

ASRock’s RX 5700 XT Taichi X OC+ uses a triple-fan solution for the GPU, with a price that puts it distant even from the Sapphire Nitro+ OC and MSI Evoke OC. Regardless, the list of tested AMD RX 5700 XT graphics cards is now growing, and we have data for the reference card, Gigabyte Gaming OC, MSI Evoke OC, ASRock Taichi, Sapphire Pulse, and a couple more coming. The battle for best RX 5700 XT is still raging on, and with the prices we’re seeing, it’s going to boil-down mostly to categories of “good enough” at a given price.

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Editorial, Testing: Steve Burke
Video: Andrew Coleman

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42 thoughts on “ASRock RX 5700 XT Taichi X Review: Most Money Isn’t Most Best

  1. But you know what is MOST BEST? The RX 580 CUTE PET: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGGKaX1D9Zo
    Or watch our XFX THICC fix here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SF1Zs3unEto

  2. It's far better than XFX's shitshow.

    I would say it's either ASRock or Sapphire at this point if you want the best RX 5700XT.

    Maybe Sapphire will finally bring back the TOXIC.

  3. Christ, that is fugly. I bought an Asus Crosshair Hero VIII because it looked great. It was the only board that looked good at all. Thank fuck I didn't have to buy a new video card,. because all of them look like ass.

  4. Hey steve
    Could you inspect the strix 5700xt
    And see why its too damn hot despite its great cooler , its something with its power draw i think .

  5. That's a closed system. You people invent definitions to fit your world view. An open system does not recirculate the same fluids. I worked on open and closed systems half my life. Closed systems have reservoirs you foolish people. If a system circulate same fluid its a closed system period even with a reservoir. Just because there is no fill port doesn't change a open loop to a closed loop. Hook your pc to city water. No pump required as your using water pressure from city only and the water does NOT cocirculate it goes down the drain. I use to do it all the time to break records with Dothan/P4. Now days these chips really don't need A OPEN LOOP. Its dirty undrinkable water with lots of minerals in. BAD! MY guess is your a leftist Democrat. Go to any canning company you will see both open systems.Water moving PRODUCT IS FRESH ALWAYS. Its nothing for a cannery to use 1 million gallons of fresh water in 1 day. Now closed loops would be recirculate hydraulics or even your PC. LoL! ALL MOST all have reservoirs . There all closed loop just like your sealed system is a closed system. Mine is a closed system even though it has reservoir.

  6. In order to get AMD to up their game, I vote to not do any reviews about any of their cards. They are totally irrelevant for anything except cheap workstations. No one gives an F about the performance of yesterday's specs. This coming from a guy who bought a $1k freesync monitor almost two years ago in anticipation of something good from AMD. I had to buy a damn Nvidia 2080 last year because there still isn't anything worth upgrading from a 295×2 still! They left all of their gaming customers hanging and I doubt I'll ever go back or buy anything AMD.

  7. Hey there. I own an AMD RX 5700 XT, the Sapphire Pulse more precisely, my first AMD card after a period of nvidia ownership. However, I've been having a lot of problems with it (BSODs and blackouts mostly), in which i initially thought it was driver related. However, it looks like it was a problem related to the PCI-E riser, which is gen 3.0, but the whole system was running on 4.0. After some research, the riser was indeed a cause of issues, and in order to solve these I simply forced my motherboard to run on PCI 3.0 (Gigabyte X570 ITX here, which has such option). Many other people might be having the same problems, and blaming AMD for it (like i initially did :D), but in fact it's an issue related to outdated PCI-E risers. Im using a compact case (FTZ01-E), so I have to keep using the riser. I was lucky the Gigabyte MB allowed for a PCI Gen change in the bios, otherwise i'd be stuck with this. Maybe you'll find this piece of information useful to use in one of your videos in the future. Or not :D.
    Eitherway, the issues are gone and the whole system is stable now. It's a pitty AMD are lacking on tech support for these kind of diagnostics, as I've only seen one of their tech support personnel answer to a client about this potential riser issue. Their adrenaline website (or the absence of it) could also use an overhaul in which patch and driver updates/news would be more easily communicated with the community, sort of what the Geforce Experience has.

  8. Rating of Cards by VRM as per Buildzoid is 5700XT Strix, Red Devil, Reference, Nitro+. Im unsure where the others are.

    I hope Buildzoid reviews them all

  9. This tech stuff is great don’t get me wrong, but one of these videos I want to see you break out in a bodacious metal riff.

  10. Hate to see when money goes into cosmetics, but apparently it's a requirement for most highest end cards nowadays…

  11. When will you review the MSI RX 5700 XT GAMING X ??
    It's potentially a card that will take the crown from Nitro+ as a 5700xt best card (thermals and performance)

  12. I'd love to see a 5700 XT with binned, OC'd, heavily cooled memory. Dreaming of HBM2, but the fact that the architecture design has compatibility for it doesn't mean it could be implemented on a non-silicon level, which means Navi could never run on HBM. Future RDNA cards – who knows, probably ones more compute-oriented. Either way, this kind of customization is nowhere to be found on today's market. And to think we used to have custom memory configs, custom dual-GPU solutions, etc., all from card vendors. The word "card" means less and less in this industry, it's all about the GPU these days.

  13. I don't think you want to review another 5700 card… 😛 lol

    OH BOY ANOTHER 5700 CARD… I BET IT'LL BE WITH IN 2% OF REFERENCE, LET'S FIND OUT! WHAT A SURPRISE! IT IS.

  14. Please test the Asus Strix 5700XT is the only GPU ive yet to see much of any reviews I saw your PCB review of it which makes me even more interested to know the performance and cooling.

  15. I'm building my first PC at the moment. As much as I've researched and found the 5700xt to be a really good card, I'm just really nervous making a purchase with a lot of unstable drivers half of the time. Are the drivers as bad as they say? Would saving up for a 2070 super be better?

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