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PCI Express 4.0
|Model||AXRX 6500XT 4GBD6-DH|
|Interface||PCI Express 4.0|
|GPU Series||AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series|
|GPU||Radeon RX 6500 XT|
|Game Clock||2610 MHz|
|Boost Clock||2815 MHz|
|Stream Processors||1024 Stream Processors|
|Effective Memory Clock||18.0 Gbps|
|DirectX||DirectX 12 Ultimate|
|HDMI||1 x HDMI 2.1|
|DisplayPort||1 x DisplayPort 1.4|
|Thermal Design Power||107W|
|Recommended PSU Wattage||400W|
|Max GPU Length||165 mm|
|Card Dimensions (L x H)||6.50" x 4.92"|
|Slot Width||2 Slots|
|Date First Available||January 19, 2022|
Overall Review: I was sceptical after watching the reviews on youtube but I got it to replace my noisy Rx 580. I got the Rx 6500 xt close to MSRP and I was surprised. It's quiet and able to play AAA games on medium settings without any stuttering or drop of frames. I would recommend this card to those looking to upgrade their budget builds.
Pros: Sips power, easy-setup, frame rates pretty darn good, AMD has really stepped up its game as far as drivers and optimization. For an entry level card its pretty future proof.
Cons: Little Pricey , but, best card for the money hands down. Dont expect 3070 performance on EPIC settings.
Overall Review: Yup , all day.
Pros: High Fps, even great in aaa titles in 1080p Small footprint Easy driver installation. Nice looks. Quiet
Cons: Price, expected due to current market.
Overall Review: Great gpu for 1080p. Able to achieve high fps on about everything I've thrown at it. Will play most titles at 60fps on high settings, pretty much any game on medium at 1080p even aaa titles. Even with the price being a bit inflated its a great way to get a gpu in today's market for gamers, 4gb makes it less enticing to miners, sadly id like to see more memory, but given the current market its understandable. Card performs great, runs cool, nice size,, able to fit easily in my Silverstone case itx. Takes up two slots. Peoples ire against this card seems unwarranted. You can do all the 1080p gaming you could ever want on it, given today's prices, its a bargain in some ways. It takes a 6pin gpu connector from your psu. I'm glad I bought this card for my itx build, it blows away even the best apu/integrated graphics. I really like the card, easy driver setup from amd, its been rock solid, no crashes, good performance, very pleased. I would get this for affordable 1080p performance at the price, especially if you need an itx card. I'd take this any day given the price over a 1660 super.
Pros: Availability of the product was a plus. Yes, there are better cards out there but I'm not willing to sell a kidney for one. For the games that my son plays. He's happy with this.
Cons: Cons- not an RTX 3050.
Overall Review: Yes, I would buy this again. I have recommended it to others whom have bought theirs.
Pros: Use this card to drive 2 High Res (1- 4K, 1- 2K) Monitors for office work. Perfect for the job
Overall Review: I would buy this card again for the stated use.
Pros: 1440p- Fortnite, Epic DX12 : 38 fps 1440p- Fortnite, High DX12 : 60-70fps 1080p- Fortnite, Epic DX12 : 50-70fps 1080p- Fortnite, High DX12 : 80-90fps 1080p- Red Dead Online, Auto Preset mixed medium,high and ultra. Avg FPS 46-62
Overall Review: Great card for the $! Most beginner gamers use a 1080p monitor. The card is geared towards 1080p gaming which performs great. I can even play a game in 1080p on a 1440p monitor if you want.
Pros: - works great in Warcraft, Fortnite, LoL, PuBG and most of the main games that people play these days
Cons: - 4 GB of vram, would have liked to seen at least 6GB, but to protect gamers from miners, I understand it.
Overall Review: I recommend this card for anyone who is using a 1080p or less resolution monitor, do not buy the toxicity that the reviewers are spitting, while they are RIGHT in a lot of technical aspects, they aren't pointing out that this is a GREAT 1080p High Settings card, when right now, there aren't any options, beggars can't be choosers. Level1Techs said it the best for this card, watch them if you want to hear better feedback.
Pros: - Just as fast as the RX 5500 XT 4GB and RX 570 - Faster than the GTX 1650 and MUCH cheaper - Bought for MSRP - Runs very cool, fan only kicks on when running more demanding games
Cons: - Only two outputs - Only 4GB @ 64bits (still 144Gb/s) - Really only good for 1080p gaming (I use in my cocktail arcade cabinet with 1080p native) - Raytracing is supported but unusable
Overall Review: This is my arcade cabinet system and it's only used for emulation and 1080p gaming for the kids: Ryzen 5 5600G Gigabyte B550M DS3H 64GB (4x16GB) Corsair DDR4 3200 Powercolor RX 6500 XT This little card stays cool and runs everything we throw at it. I'll do some more tests at 4k when I run the HDMI out of the cabinet, but I can expect newer titles will
Pros: Price was right When it worked (for a few months), it worked well
Cons: Card failed pretty early.
Overall Review: I beat my head against the wall thinking it was something I was doing, as intermittently it will work. However it exhibits the same symptoms running windows 10 and Linux with both open source and proprietary drivers. I'm not convinced that it was a bad product, but I do think I got a bad card.
Pros: Runs quiet
Overall Review: I would highly recommend this video card. High quality product. Was nervous about buying this ,but glad I did. Work extremely well. Nice price.
5 Reviewers had a similiar statement
Great card for the money!
3 Reviewers had a similiar statement
card failed pretty early on.
2 Reviewers had a similiar statement
Reviewers will be reviewers - take what you hear with a grain of salt
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