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ASUS RX 5700 TUF and ROG STRIX Gaming GPUs Announced

Earlier today, with the ROG STRIX and TUF Gaming X3 series, ASUS announced its Radeon RX 5700 and RX 5700 XT line-up. For entry-level gamers with lighter loads, ASUS also announced the Dual Radeon RX 5700 EVO.

The RX 5700 XT comes loaded with 40 RDNA computing units and a whooping 2560 stream processor while the RX 5700 features 2304 stream processors and both feature a 14Gb / s 8 GB GDDR6 memory. Both the cards from their new line-up use open coolers that are much bigger than the reference models for better heat dissipation and increased efficiency.

ROG Strix RX 5700-series

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For optimum room between the PCB and the shroud, the top-of – the-line ROG STRIX utilizes a 2.7-slot-tall open cooler. To enable better thermal transfer, ASUS utilizes “MaxContact” finishing for the baseplate. The much bigger heatsink comes with 3 Axial-tech fans with strengthened rings to concentrate airflow, maximize air pressure and boost cooling. The backplate has an AURA RGB LED lighting ROG logo.

TUF Gaming X3 series

TUF Gaming’s high-performance oriented line-up characteristics 3 high-performance fans that fulfill IP5X requirements, preventing dust from getting in and promising quiet, enduring performance. The TUF Gaming RX 5700 utilizes a comparable heatsink design to improve thermal transfer to the ROG STRIX with DirectCU III technology. It also has a strengthened back plate to safeguard it from wear and tear.

The entry-level ASUS Dual Radeon RX 5700 EVO utilizes the ROG STRIX and TUF Gaming models with a relatively comparable heatsink layout. It comes with dual fans with DirectCU II contact area technology.

All cards come with enabled PCIe Express 4.0, 1x HDMI 2.0b and 3x DisplayPort 1.4 along with the software ASUS GPU Tweak II. On August 16, 2019, the ROG STRIX line-up releases, the TUF Gaming line-up on August 23, 2019 and the Dual EVO on August 30, 2019.

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