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5700 XT , which are quiet(er)?

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by 2Drunk2Funk, Dec 9, 2019.

  1. 2Drunk2Funk

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    Just built new PC on 3700X with M2 drive and it is SO peaceful and quiet.
    Next on list was a GPU to replace my 1060gb ready for a 1440p monitor.

    I am looking at the 5700 XT range for price/performance but REALLY want to keep this rig as quiet as possible.
    Any recommendations on units that offer quietness along with performance in the AAA games?

    Thanks
     
  2. Danny75

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  3. 2Drunk2Funk

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  4. Danny75

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    Yes. Would imagine there could potentially be fan noise/coil whine variance between different units though, making the Nitro+ or Red Devil equally as good candidates when it comes to noise.
     
  5. Danny75

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  6. Gibbo

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    Strix is one of quietest and only £385 with cash back.
     
  7. pandem0nium

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    Could get a reference if they're still on offer then install a Morpheus ii custom cooler.
     
  8. Gibbo

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    Asus still have cashback yes.
     
  9. Ross Thomson

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    gigabyte gaming OC. very quiet, low power usage and only £375.
     
  10. Ezyryder

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    Or the Aorus for £24 more with one year extra warranty and 100 Mhz bigger overclock.
     
  11. Gibbo

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    We’re nailing it on Gigabyte cards at moment they are smashing deals into us and we’re selling 100’s per day across the 5700 XT’s and 2070 / 2070 Supers. :)
     
  12. 4K8KW10

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    All reviewed RX 5700 XT:
    Powercolor and Sapphire lead:

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    https://www.techpowerup.com/review/sapphire-radeon-rx-5700-xt-nitro-special-edition/32.html


    Noise is a function of the fan speed, so normally they should be all the same, reference compared to reference, two-fan models compared to two-fan models, three-fan models compared to three-fan models, etc.

    You have to undervolt the card, and adjust the fan curve as per your preference of the noise and temperature levels.
     
  13. LeMson

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    I've had both the red devil and pulse, red devil was quieter
     
  14. Gibbo

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    Red Devil is quietest I think and has the uprated power phase too.
     
  15. nightrider1470

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    Yer true point
     
  16. Ross Thomson

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    100mhz is pointless. you could do that to the gaming OC with ease.