PCI Express 4.0
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6500 XT|
|Game Clock||2685 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2825 MHz|
|Stream Processors||1024 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||18000 MHz|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||1 x DisplayPort 1.4a|
|Max Resolution||7680 x 4320|
|Thermal Design Power||107W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||400W|
|Max GPU Length||282 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||11.10" x 4.49"|
|Slot Width||2 Slots|
|Date First Available||January 19, 2022|
Pros: - First and foremost, this is an affordable and available GPU in a market where everything else is overpriced. - I put this GPU into my latest build and so far it has been solid. I haven't had any issues with games so far. Great for most users. - It looks great in my build. Doesn't count for much but worth mentioning.
Cons: - So far I don't have anything negative to say about it. It's not a high-end GPU, but it is in line with the cost and can allow anybody looking to put a new build together to ride out the GPU market until prices come down.
Overall Review: - I have no regrets about buying this GPU. I would recommend it to anybody looking to put a new build together who doesn't want to pay exorbitant prices for a high-end GPU. It has accommodated all of my needs so far as somebody who plays games and develops software. Just know what you're buying. Don't compare it to high-end GPUs, It's not that and it doesn't pretend to be. But it gets the job done to suit the needs of most users.
Pros: Consistent availability as opposed to consistent unavailability. Is better than my GTX 1050 Ti. Has ray tracing. Would make a great External GPU due to only having a 4x PCIe 4.0 connection. Thermals are quite good, especially considering what the inside of my PC looks like.
Cons: Honestly, the lack of a dedicated media encoder, real bummer for me personally.
Overall Review: Good, but not without it's flaws like any product
Cons: Size is exaggerated
Overall Review: I got it with less than 300$ which is at this date the price for a brand new gtx 1050Ti. It has better performance than gtx 1650 oc. So i think at the date of this review and for the price i paid no one should comment negativly. Note that you need to operate this with pcie 4 for better results. If you want it for games and you dont mind mixing graphics settings between mid and high i think it is fair to get one.
Pros: My PC felt significantly faster both in and out of games after replacing my existing GPU with this one, which surprised me because the card it replaced is supposed to be much faster. Not sure if that means my old card was malfunctioning or if this is really a faster card for day-to-day operations than the low end but contemporary card from another brand.
Cons: No accessories and only two monitor support but you can't ask for everything at this price point either.
Overall Review: My PC is an Intel i5-10400F with 16GB of RAM. My existing GPU was acting strange and i never thought the performance was quite what it should be, despite being 4 months old and retailing for twice the price of this. I bought this because it was cheap but good enough performance that I would still be able to play games at the settings I wanted while I sent the other card back for warranty. I ended up being so surprised at the performance of this card that I intend to keep it installed in my gaming PC. I have owned Gigabyte Windforce cards before and never had an issue, though this is the first one I bought new (not used off local classifieds). I'll be very happy with this card if it continues working well since my PC seems much more reliable with it.
Pros: Does 1080 with ease, triple fan keeps things cool Excellent price point in today's over inflated GPU market. 2825 MHz boost clock
Cons: Not particularly happy with the 2 outputs. I believe this is on AMD, but 2 DisplayPort outputs would have been better. No H.264/H.265 encoding 4GB memory
Overall Review: Grabbed this card on sale and for the price, it's an awesome card. The couple of complaints I have are easily overcome, I can use my UHD 750 intel graphics processor to perform my encoding tasks, and display port adaptors are cheap and easy to come by. This card actually did better in bench tests on my machine than the RX580 8GB I previously owned. Unrelated to the product, but Purolator really bunches my shorts.
Pros: The Pros about this card at runs most Games like GTA V at High To Ultra Settings .. RDR 2 at High to Ultra Settings . Over all I give it 5 Eegs
Cons: Over Priced, should be more than 4 GB DDR .. thats it ..
Overall Review: I Recommend this card its not really a low budget card.. but if your looking for something great for now till prices drop on the cards you really want then get it !
Pros: Performs as expected for what you get. Created to turn off miners leaving it for gamers. The Gigabyte version is very well constructed and looks good in your rig.
Cons: 4 gigs of VRAM Will never get hot enough for 3 fans. Software Install was not straightforward. Still leaps and bounds over MSRP.
Overall Review: I am overall satisfied with this card. The online reviews skewered it for performance however they all missed the point of its existence. I will say that this card is for 1080p only. Dont bother with 4K. The VRAM will kill your frame rate on the textures. You also need to have PCIe4 or you will lose performance. Do not expect miracles from this card. And if you crank your textures you will get some stutter. That will be because of the low VRAM. Throw away the instructions on software install. The link didnt work. Just go directly to the website and download it from there. All in all you will get a year out of this card. Then you have to upgrade to at least a 2060 or higher.
Pros: Despite what the reviews say, this card is pretty good for budget builds. I have a big gaming setup in my basement (RTX 3060 with a dedicated streaming box). However when I play upstairs with the wife and kids, I wanted a more basic setup so I built a new machines with a B550 motherboard AMD Ryzen 3 3100 and this GPU. Since the Mobo & GPU are both PCIE 4.0 compliant, then this card shouldn't have any issues. So far -- knock on wood. Furmark in 1080p 2xMSAA gives me 90FPS which is decent. I get similar results with an RX 580 so performance-wise it's pretty good. All the games I throw at it do well so far. So overall: - Good Price - nice card esthetically-speaking - runs pretty cool even with Furmark, wasn't going over 55C - Delivers good performance. Better than a GTX 1650 for the same price.
Cons: - For some reason I was getting a lot of coil whine with the GPU. I swapped the PSU with a different one (EVGA 600 BQ for a higher end one) and the coil whine went away. Don't know yet if the problem was with the PSU or GPU. - Some stutters in some games that I wasn't expecting but overall -- not a huge issue. - No encoder so streaming uses CPU resources instead of GPU resources.
Overall Review: - Definitely recommend if you're on a budget. - Would wait for prices to go under 250$ for the RX 6500 XTs - If you want a more consistent card, get a GTX 1650 instead. You'll get less FPS, but more consistancy and native encoder (NVENC)
Overall Review: Great card for what i need and i came from a GTX750 1gb
Good budget card option if you have a modern motherboard & CPU
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