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Gigabyte's first Radeon RX 5700 XT model was unveiled on Amazon

The special launches of unique versions of Navi cards Fast approaching, and first model owner Triangle even gets an early price tag in the online giant store

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Recent reports tell us that official releases of the Radeon RX 5700 and Radeon RX 5700 XT models are set to take place in the coming days - and that assessment is getting stronger now that the intriguing Gaming OC model from Gigabyte Viewed publicly on the official Amazon website.

According to the existing link, the Taiwanese manufacturer will offer the rushed version of the RX 5700 XT with a triangular WindForce 3X cooling and with a heat sink containing five copper conduits for heat conduction For a base cost of 420 dollars (And $ 517.88 includes VAT and shipping which are NIS 1,820 worth), or 20 dollars above the base cost of the overall reference models A Blower type that hasn't exactly proven itself so far.

Designed, illuminated - and also more expensive at 5 percent of the original

We do not yet know the working frequencies of the Gaming OC model in question, but do know that it will include colored RGB illumination (the manufacturer's logo on the product side), a rear metal plate to strengthen the mechanical structure and assist in heat dissipation as well as 6Pin and energy connections 8Pin Similar to the default designs of Itself - so there's no real reason to expect huge frequency extensions right out of the box here.

The general design of the Gaming OC version will feel very familiar to anyone interested in the Gigabyte graphics tab in the past, both based on NVIDIA cores and based on previous AMD cores - and for us it will be mainly interesting to find out what other models the company plans for this month, and whether we will win Also see those that do not move the declared basic price tag of the Navi cards Similar to PowerColor's promises on the subject.

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