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tinytomlogan 12-08-19 09:07 AM

ASUS Radeon RX 5700 XT Strix Review
 
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The first of the partner vendor cards boasting the Navi GPU are here, and we take a look at the popular ASUS Strix.


ASUS Radeon RX 5700 XT Strix Review

kardeon 12-08-19 09:34 AM

Wrong results
 
Once again, in battlefield 5, your results for the 5700xt reference and vega 7 are totaly wrong.

Peace – 12-08-19 09:50 AM

OC = 10į cooler? oO

Dawelio 12-08-19 10:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kardeon (Post 1009708)
Once again, in battlefield 5, your results for the 5700xt reference and vega 7 are totaly wrong.

You say they are wrong, yet give nothing as to why they are wrong and/or donít give any info/source as to backup your claim.

tgrech 12-08-19 10:39 AM

To be fair I don't think he needs to provide a source when the graph says Vega64 outperforms the RVII, but it's almost certainly down to the fact that trying to actually reliably benchmark BFV is almost impossible.

AngryGoldfish 12-08-19 11:51 AM

£500 is too expensive IMO. Great performing card, but I personally won't be getting this one.

Also, I've never found OC3D's GPU benchmarks overly reliable. They don't retest things and so results can appear skewed. I remember the 1070Ti was raved about here saying it was faster than a 1080, when the reality was, the 1080 had been tested over a year earlier and had many driver revisions since then. I would never take OC3D's numbers at face value. I'd always compare them to other sites.

WYP 12-08-19 11:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish (Post 1009717)
£500 is too expensive IMO. Great performing card, but I personally won't be getting this one.

Also, I've never found OC3D's GPU benchmarks overly reliable. They don't retest things and so results can appear skewed. I remember the 1070Ti was raved about here saying it was faster than a 1080, when the reality was, the 1080 had been tested over a year earlier and had many driver revisions since then. I would never take OC3D's numbers at face value. I'd always compare them to other sites.

We are hoping to implement some changes in the future to address this. The only problem is that this change will require a CPU/motherboard change in our test system, so retesting and changing our graphs would be pointless before this happens.

Your criticisms have been noted. It is just going to take time to change things.

Dicehunter 12-08-19 03:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tgrech (Post 1009713)
To be fair I don't think he needs to provide a source when the graph says Vega64 outperforms the RVII, but it's almost certainly down to the fact that trying to actually reliably benchmark BFV is almost impossible.


Yeah A Vega 64 should not be outperforming a Radeon 7 in anything considering the Radeon 7 is the successor to Vega 64 and faster in every way but then again as you said benchmarking a game that has no built in benchmark is quite tricky.

RobM 12-08-19 08:28 PM

Good review as usual Tom, although I think the bench charts should have been sorted by 1440 as that is where the card really sits, it is an entry level at best for 4k.

NeverBackDown 12-08-19 09:00 PM

To give more feedback, personally, I prefer the more YouTube style of doing things. Where a lot of reviewers will bench a set of cards in the same price or performance range and put them against each other. You can make an easy video off of that and get a pretty quick article up as well that goes into more depth of any issues or outliers, really anything, that isn't straight performance.

This let's you have more frequently updated results and therefore more accurate. You would have to make new graphs and sort by test date/driver release. But multiple smaller more readable graphs imo are far more user friendly for everybody including mobile users which this site is not entirely up to par on for 2019 and could slightly improve the SEO rating.

To add on before I forget, I feel like this more popular method of doing things currently is because they are straight to the point and quickly gets information across. Since less and less people are watching longer videos in general (not saying OC3D videos just people as a whole) it is something to consider.

Although I think you're trademark case reviews should definitely stay long. Those are literally gold and phenomenal. Way better than the 5-10 minutes everyone else gives a case review.


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