Radeon RX 5700XT


Last time, we tested the new AMD Radeon RX5700 to see how it holds up on a variety of titles, and we were generally quite satisfied with the results. Now, we have its more beefed-up sibling, the 5700XT. A direct match to the RTX 2070 or 2060 Super, this card also uses the RDNA architecture (Navi) which employs features such as Intelligent Sharpening, Fidelity FX, and is able to take advantage of monitors with high refresh rates to deliver smooth and fluid visuals. Compared to the RX 5700, the XT boasts more compute units (40 vs 36), and a higher game frequency (1.76GHz vs 1.63GHz). On the flipside, it’s more power hungry compared to the 5700 (225W TDP vs 180W TDP). Of course, more performance doesn’t always come free. The 5700XT is around PhP4,000 more pricey than the 5700. The big question is, is it worth it? Design Since we’re…