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Radeon™ RX 5600 XT GAMING OC 6G


The WINDFORCE 3X cooling system features 3x 80mm unique blade fans, alternate spinning fan, 5 composite copper heat pipes, heat-pipe direct touch and 3D active fan functionality, together delivering an effective heat dissipation capacity for higher performance at lower temperatures.


The airflow is spilt by the triangular fan edge, and guided smoothly through the 3D stripe curve on the fan surface, effectively enhancing the airflow.


The 3D Active Fan provides semi-passive cooling, and the fans will remain off when the GPU is in a low load or low power game. It allows gamers to enjoy gameplay in complete silence when the system is running light or idle.


The shape of the pure copper heat pipes maximize the direct contact area with the GPU, enhancing heat transfer. The heat pipes also cover the VRAM through a large metal plate contact to ensure proper cooling.


The composite heat-pipe combines thermal conductivity and phase transition to efficiently manage the heat transfer between two solid interfaces which increases cooling capacity.

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With 16.7M customizable color options and numerous lighting effects, you can choose lighting effects or synchronize with other AORUS devices.

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With 16.7M customizable color options and numerous lighting effects, you can choose lighting effects or synchronize with other AORUS devices.

Learn more about RGB Fusion 2.0

Smoothly cycles through all colors

Choose a color for static light

Choose a color for flash effect

Choose a color for double flash effect

Choose a color to fade in and out


The graphics card uses the better power phases design to allow the MOSFET to operate at lower temperature, and over-temperature protection design and load balancing for each MOSFET, plus the Ultra Durable certified chokes and capacitors, to provide excellent performance and longer system life.


The smart power LED indicator alerts the player when any PCI-E power supply is abnormal.

Light on :
power cable disconnected

Light off :
stable power supply

Blinking :
abnormal power supply


Gigabyte Radeon RX 5600 XT GAMING OC features PCI-Express 4.0 support, with a throughput of 16 GT/s and enables two times the bandwidth compared to PCI Express 3.0. With the PCI-Express 4.0 supported motherboard, and get ready for the next generation of PC gaming.


Fully automated production process ensures top quality of the circuit boards and eliminates sharp protrusions of the solder connectors seen on the conventional PCB surface. This friendly design prevents your hands from getting cut or inadvertently damaging components when making your build.

Protection Metal Back Plate

The metal back plate not only provides an aesthetical shape, but also enhances the structure of the graphics card to provide complete protection.



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Editor's note: We've retested the Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 5600 XT after installing the new VBIOS, and have updated the review with updated performance information and whether it impacts our recommendation.

The AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT arrives in an odd state for the graphics card industry. Right now Nvidia has five graphics cards aimed at the 1080p segment. That's a little confusing for the average consumer, but luckily AMD has finally been able to put out a GPU that stands completely alone in the forefront of the 1080p segment.

The performance is strong enough here to make it the de facto recommendation for the type of user that's still on 1080p in 2020, but really wants to take that resolution to the limit. Even compared to the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060, a graphics card that straddles the line between 1080p and 1440p gaming, the Radeon RX 5600 XT beats it at a lower price. 

So, while Nvidia has absolutely saturated its market with four graphics cards targeting the same resolution, AMD has done the same with just two cards, and still beats Nvidia at every price point. And sure, with the RTX 2060 Nvidia offers ray tracing and deep learning supersampling (DLSS), but when you're after raw performance for the price, it makes more sense to go with a Radeon graphics card in 2020 than ever before. 

Price and availability

The AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT is available right now, starting at $279 (about £215, AU$400) with some cards obviously going higher in price, depending on manufacturer and model. The Radeon RX 5600 XT we were provided with for review is the Sapphire Pulse model, which carries a slight factory overclock and a dual BIOS, and retails for $289 (about £220, AU$420). 

When we were briefed on the Radeon RX 5600 XT, AMD made sure to compare it against the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti, which launched for the same $279 price point, though you can find it for around $269 (£244, AU$439) these days. At this price point, AMD absolutely comes out on top, but what's more impressive is how the card compares with the more expensive GeForce RTX 2060. 

After the RTX 2060 Super came out in July, the original RTX 2060 saw price cuts down to $349 (£269, AU$549), but prices have fallen even more since then. You can get a standard non-overclocked RTX 2060 from the likes of EVGA for around $299 (about £230, AU$430) right now on Newegg. However even at that lower price point, Nvidia's entry-level ray tracing card fails to topple the Radeon RX 5600 XT. Performance is about on the same level, with both Nvidia and AMD carrying away wins in some tests, so the key difference here is the ray tracing. 

Don't get us wrong, we're actually fans of Nvidia's RTX tech here at TechRadar, but when the question is spending an extra $30 on a PC component for a graphics feature you may not use, it's hard to recommend. Really, you should take a look at the games that support ray tracing to see whether or not you need Nvidia's tech. If you don't play any of the games currently supported, the AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT is the bargain here, and would definitely be our recommendation. 

Features and software

The AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT falls right between the Radeon RX 5500 XT and the RX 5700, which of course means it's based on the same 7nm rDNA graphics architecture. 

What's surprising, though, is how much beefier the RX 5600 XT is than the RX 5500 XT. Looking back at the latter card, it's only equipped with 1,408 Stream Processors in 32 compute units. But the RX 5600 XT bumps that all the way up to 2,304 – the same amount in the AMD Radeon RX 5700. 

That should immediately give you a clue as to the kind of performance you can expect with this graphics card, but you should temper your expectations at least a little bit. Unlike the Radeon RX 5700, memory capacity and the memory bus get a cut to 6GB and 192-bit, respectively. That means the RX 5600 sees a big cut in 1440p performance, but it is still playable. 

The 6GB of GDDR6 memory is more than enough for 1080p gaming, even in 2020, but it may become a problem when you try to turn that resolution slider up, especially here in a few years. 

That memory capacity is an odd choice, though. We get that's the same amount of VRAM found in the GeForce GTX 1660 Ti, but AMD already packed the Radeon RX 5500 XT with up to 8GB, so we can't imagine why the cut was made here. If we had to guess, we'd say it's a measure to keep the price low, but it's still disappointing.

And of course, we can't talk about graphics cards in 2020 without bringing up ray tracing. Now, we know that AMD will have ray tracing in some capacity at some point – Team Red will be behind the next generation consoles, after all. However, right now if you want to jump in on these graphical bells and whistles, you're still stuck with Nvidia. The amount of PC games out there that will let you enable ray tracing grows with each passing day, and AMD graphics cards simply can't handle these effects. 

So, even if you have a passing interest in ray tracing right now, you're going to want to go with the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060. The performance is about equal between the RTX 2060 and the Radeon RX 5600, so really what you're picking is either raw performance or spending $20 more to get in on the ground floor of Nvidia's ray traced future. This all depends on your own priorities, though. 

Don't think this means that AMD doesn't have plenty of its own tricks, though. Over the last few months, AMD has worked in a ton of software features into its Radeon Software and it actually might be enough to convince some folks to go with Team Red.

The most impressive new feature here is Radeon Boost. Now, when you're playing ultra-competitive games like Overwatch or Counter-Strike, frame-rate is king 100% of the time. Features like ray tracing and DLSS simply don't matter. What Boost does is sense when your camera is moving quickly and intelligently lowers the resolution of background areas of the scene, greatly improving framerate when it matters: high movement scenarios. 

We were able to test this feature in Overwatch, and with it enabled, we legitimately did not notice a difference when in the middle of gameplay. The resolution on things like your gun, other characters and the UI remains the same, which means only things that you're not paying attention to get cuts to resolution. 

When paired with something like Radeon Anti-Lag, which cuts the amount of time needed to synchronize frames between your GPU and CPU, AMD Radeon starts to look like the right platform for folks that just want to play esports at high framerates. Nvidia definitely has more powerful (and expensive) GPUs out there, but this combination of competent hardware and software makes an excellent sales pitch for any competitive gamers out there. 

That's kind of where we think that "Nvidia vs AMD" war is right now. People that just want the eye candy turned all the way up should probably go with Team Green, as ray tracing is simply too cool to live without, especially since it's so affordable these days. However, there's a wide swath of gamers that don't care about that at all and just want some killer frame rates in their favorite competitive games, and for the first time in a long time, AMD has won that segment of the market. 

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Test System Specs

CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 3900X (12-core, up to 4.6GHz)
CPU Cooler: NZXT Kraken X62
RAM: 32GB HyperX Predator RGB @ 3,000MHz
Motherboard: X570 Aorus Master
SSD: Samsung 860 QVO 1TB
Power Supply: Phanteks Revolt X 1200
Case: Praxis Wetbench

Before we dive into the performance of the Radeon RX 5600 XT, we want to take a brief look back into the past. Remember the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB? When we were briefed on the RX 5600 XT back at CES 2020, AMD brought up the aged graphics card, and we've been thinking about it ever since. 

It was a graphics card that allowed anyone to play pretty much every then-current game at 1080p with a high frame rate. We genuinely think that card will go down in history as one of the best pieces of PC component hardware of all time, and we think the RX 5600 XT really does follow in its footsteps. 

That's exactly the claim that AMD made to us, and we almost laughed at the time. We thought to ourselves: "yeah, ok, you're claiming that this new card is the true successor to one of the most popular cards ever." But after the benchmark results, well, AMD has a point. 

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