45 thoughts on “Damn This 5700XT Runs Hot Holy Heat Wave Batman!

  1. This card performs very well, but it is thee hottest aftermarket card we have tested yet of the RX 5700 XT Variety. What do you guys think?

  2. Keep up the great work! I wanna be like you when and if my channel starts to make a difference. True inspiration.

  3. Here we go again AMD !! Thank you to bring back the solar volcano heat of your 3870X2 and 4870X2 i loved so much when those things almost melted down my dvi cables back of my case.

  4. Any chance of a test of the asrock 5700xt? I bought one and would like to see how it stacks up against the other partner cards. Did I make a wise choice or screw myself with my impatience?

  5. I just had to leave this here because you said all the cards are pretty.. no, no they are not bro. That card is ugly. Have a nice day! 🙂

  6. Could you do a test of the Asus TUF X3 RX 5700XT it is the one I am considering since it is only 20 dollars more and it looks like it has some serious cooling and a decent design but I can't find a review of it.

  7. XFX seems to just suck all around. First their cards just disappoint compared to every other aftermarket card. Then they lash out at Gamers Nexus when XFX is in the wrong. Damn they really need to turn things around.

  8. That's not the kind of hotness I want but at least it's on the cheaper side among the other versions. Have a good week Elric.

  9. It has a larger heatsink than the pulse, wanna know why it runs hot?

    Because XFX uses shit thermal paste!.

    I had the same issue with my XFX RX 480 GTR Black Edition. Stock settings and it was reaching 78 degrees. Changed the thermal paste and dropped temps by 10 degrees.

  10. Amazing to see you making more great videos after all the tough times at the hospital. Thank you Elric! Been subsribed since the motherboards.org days. Most memorable video was your BF3 beta video 🙂

  11. not a hater or anything but you go out of context alot and talk wayyyy to many things that dont have to do with the main plot
    love yur channel and this is the first time ive seen you do this butr my 2 cents much love

  12. That’s really toasty for a card on an open air test bench. Can you tell us what that fan speed was during testing? These new “smart” cards auto clock up and only spin the fans as needed to maintain max speeds…. some of that software is questionable… ie it lets itself decide what temp is too hot. Is there fan rpm headroom to maintain lower temps without the lawnmower sound effects?

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