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Old 21-01-20, 02:00 PM
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Sapphire RX 5600XT Pulse Review

The latest AMD Radeon card is perfect for those of you gaming at 1080 or 1440 resolutions, and in the form of the Sapphire Pulse we put it through the wringer.



Read our review for Sapphire's Radeon RX 5600 XT Pulse.

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Old 21-01-20, 02:54 PM
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Good performing card for that price point, kinda feels like the higher end is going to have to drop in price somewhat in the current crop of cards. Interesting times for the graphics market the best for a few years now, so many decent mid range cards to pick from and more on the way
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Does this card support windows 7?
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Does this card support windows 7?
It should. AMD's current drivers still support Windows 7 64-bit.

https://www.overclock3d.net/news/gpu...a_s_rtx_2060/1
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This little gem is very impressive . It makes me wish I hadn't just splashed out £700 on a 2080 Super but mine is white .
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Old 21-01-20, 07:40 PM
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Having just got the RX 5700 XT Pulse as per OC3D and GN I can say hand on heart, you go AMD! I'm massively impressed at the performance. It's seriously trading blows with my 1080Ti and it runs much much cooler.
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Old 22-01-20, 06:08 PM
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Is this card really worth that money? Cant choose between 1660ti and this. How does AMD drivers work on W7? In price range they are the same, in performance amd is much better, cant really choose.
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Is this card really worth that money? Cant choose between 1660ti and this. How does AMD drivers work on W7? In price range they are the same, in performance amd is much better, cant really choose.
It beats the ti easily.

However it's a shady ass launch and you may have to flash the BIOS.

Is that worth saving £50 over a 2060 and risking having to RMA?

You decide.

Lisa Su needs to seriously get out her pimp hand and visit the GPU department because this stuff is beyond silly.

Stopping people reviewing non sapphire cards? Stopping reviewers using the old vbios that would show how most people's cards would perform? Ham stringing it in the first place so you don't lose sales on the 5700.

Please.

This is why above all of my hatred for Jen the prat in the jacket I still buy Nvidia at their inflated prices.
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Old 23-01-20, 04:16 PM
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It beats the ti easily.

However it's a shady ass launch and you may have to flash the BIOS.

Is that worth saving £50 over a 2060 and risking having to RMA?

You decide.

Lisa Su needs to seriously get out her pimp hand and visit the GPU department because this stuff is beyond silly.

Stopping people reviewing non sapphire cards? Stopping reviewers using the old vbios that would show how most people's cards would perform? Ham stringing it in the first place so you don't lose sales on the 5700.

Please.

This is why above all of my hatred for Jen the prat in the jacket I still buy Nvidia at their inflated prices.
yes, i saw that people are sending back the cards, like the rx 570/580 ones
is the rtx 2060 win7 compatible anyway?
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Yes it is but for how long is anyone's guess now that windows 7 is no longer supported by microsoft.
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