AMD's new Radeon range of graphics cards are built on the company's forward-thinking RDNA architecture. The same silicon wizardry set to power the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. The Sapphire Pulse RX 5600 XT OC is a supped up version of the latest 5600 XT variant, the 7nm RDNA 2 graphics card looking to be the go-to choice for 1080p gaming.
With the 'But' in the headline referring to one major audio issue in our testing - something we are able to replicate on different hardware and see go-away completely when swapping out the card with greener competitor. That said, the pure 1080p and 1440p performance is impressive.
The Sapphire Pulse OC edition of the 5600 XT offers up an overclocked Game Clock and Boost Clock of 1615/1750 MHz - putting this version of the card on the higher end of the 5600 XT spectrum. The spot where all the Overclockers reside, where those extra megahertz are used to render a couple of extra frames-per-second. The proposition is simple, a cutting edge 1080p card using AMD’s second generation RDNA architecture. A card for those that not only want to crank-up detail settings to 11, but also take full advantage of a high-refresh rate display. Namely something with AMD’s own FreeSync technology.
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