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VisionTek Radeon RX 5700 - Graphics card - Radeon RX 5700 - 8 GB GDDR6 - PCIe 4.0 - HDMI, 3 x DisplayPort sold by Dell. $279.99 w. free shipping.



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I got this card from Rakuten for $280. Yes, it's 1-year warranty, and Dell does not response on any technical help, so you would need to register your card at VisionTek site after purchase.
I got black screen and freezing issue when I first installed the card. I contacted VisioonTek for help, they replied within business 2 days, they gave me detail instructions on completely removing driver to fix the issue, and told me they would send replacement if it wasn't fixed. Now I have no issue with the black screen and freezing even if I undervolt and overclock it.
Around 55c when I'm watching videos, barely see it hit over 70c during gaming. The max on my card was Freq: 1817 MHz with Mem: 930 MHz. (my wattman setting: 1850mHz & 965 mV)
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There are a huge amount of misinformation on this thread. I see many posts about driver issues, noise, overheating, throttling, etc. But do you actually own the card? I personally own 2 of these and have had zero issues. One is an XFX reference that I got off the Best Buy, Google Shopping deal for $269 and the other one is this exact card when Rakuten ran the same deal a few weeks ago. Both cards have performed flawlessly. No driver issues what so ever. Always make sure to do a clean install if you changing out your video cards. I flashed both with the 5700 XT bios to unlock the frequencies. I overclock to 2000 Mhz with an undervolt of 1170mV. I then set the fan curve to 50% at 75 degrees. At full load, I'm getting about 82 degrees on the GPU and memory. Yes, it's slightly noisier then an AIB model, but extremely tolerable and a lot less louder than previous blower models. As for throttling, this card does not throttle until above 95, which I never see with my setup. This is by far the best bang for your buck card on the market right now. At under $300, you will pay $150-200 more for a 2070 for maybe 5-10% more performance. I game at 1440p and get over 80 fps on most games at ultra. I get consistently above 60 fps on RDR2 on high settings, and that is the current GPU killer.
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Two of the three AMD cards that I have been burnt out were VisionTek (390 and 390x). The other was a very old 4790 or something and XFX had the double life warranty - so no issues getting a replacement many years later. They (VisionTek) were supportive at first, but they made it sound like a software glitch like you saw. Right after the warranty period the cards died (about a month apart).

So, IMHO, send that card in if you are seeing any issues like that. You should not need to undervolt even if those 5700's are heaters.
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I got this card from Rakuten for $280. Yes, it's 1-year warranty, and Dell does not response on any technical help, so you would need to register your card at VisionTek site after purchase.
I got black screen and freezing issue when I first installed the card. I contacted VisioonTek for help, they replied within business 2 days, they gave me detail instructions on completely removing driver to fix the issue, and told me they would send replacement if it wasn't fixed. Now I have no issue with the black screen and freezing even if I undervolt and overclock it.
Around 55c when I'm watching videos, barely see it hit over 70c during gaming. The max on my card was Freq: 1817 MHz with Mem: 930 MHz. (my wattman setting: 1850mHz & 965 mV)
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I got this card from Rakuten for $280. Yes, it's 1-year warranty, and Dell does not response on any technical help, so you would need to register your card at VisionTek site after purchase.
I got black screen and freezing issue when I first installed the card. I contacted VisioonTek for help, they replied within business 2 days, they gave me detail instructions on completely removing driver to fix the issue, and told me they would send replacement if it wasn't fixed. Now I have no issue with the black screen and freezing even if I undervolt and overclock it.
Around 55c when I'm watching videos, barely see it hit over 70c during gaming. The max on my card was Freq: 1817 MHz with Mem: 930 MHz. (my wattman setting: 1850mHz & 965 mV)
Two of the three AMD cards that I have been burnt out were VisionTek (390 and 390x). The other was a very old 4790 or something and XFX had the double life warranty - so no issues getting a replacement many years later. They (VisionTek) were supportive at first, but they made it sound like a software glitch like you saw. Right after the warranty period the cards died (about a month apart).

So, IMHO, send that card in if you are seeing any issues like that. You should not need to undervolt even if those 5700's are heaters.
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Two of the three AMD cards that I have been burnt out were VisionTek (390 and 390x). The other was a very old 4790 or something and XFX had the double life warranty - so no issues getting a replacement many years later. They (VisionTek) were supportive at first, but they made it sound like a software glitch like you saw. Right after the warranty period the cards died (about a month apart).

So, IMHO, send that card in if you are seeing any issues like that. You should not need to undervolt even if those 5700's are heaters.
Thanks! I will keep my eye on it. It's been a while after it's fixed.
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if only this was on sale last week I would buy it with the 10% ebay cash back. SIGH!!!!
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I got this card from Rakuten for $280. Yes, it's 1-year warranty, and Dell does not response on any technical help, so you would need to register your card at VisionTek site after purchase.
I got black screen and freezing issue when I first installed the card. I contacted VisioonTek for help, they replied within business 2 days, they gave me detail instructions on completely removing driver to fix the issue, and told me they would send replacement if it wasn't fixed. Now I have no issue with the black screen and freezing even if I undervolt and overclock it.
Around 55c when I'm watching videos, barely see it hit over 70c during gaming. The max on my card was Freq: 1817 MHz with Mem: 930 MHz. (my wattman setting: 1850mHz & 965 mV)
did you get the free gamez?
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So judging by the first few posts here, and the fact that I can't find a single legit review for this specific card.... piece of 5h!t?

Looking for legit advice here. Starting my first PC build. Have also heard that "blower" style cards are inferior (at least right out of the box) to the double fan, open-style cards. Not wanting to drop $300 on something that's gonna fail.
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did you get the free gamez?
No, I don't think Rakuten offered any games.

FYI: Rakuten has this on sale as well.
https://www.rakuten.com/shop/dell.../AA762435/
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Jfc I hate myself for getting the Vega 64 a few weeks before these dropped
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This is a super tempting upgrade from a RX 470, right? Would my Haswell i5 system bottleneck this? I'd love to move up to 1080p/144hz.
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This like 20 bucks off?
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I used the $10 ebay coupon too on it, lets GOOO!! After hours of research im finally pulling the trigger and building a legit pc
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This is a super tempting upgrade from a RX 470, right? Would my Haswell i5 system bottleneck this? I'd love to move up to 1080p/144hz.
Normally CPU is not bottleneck I would be my balls that this will be fine. You shouldn't spend $300 upgrading CPU/MOBO vs this $300 here for GPU.

GPU will CLEARLY give you better frames.
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