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ASRock reveals their RX 5700 Challenger OC series of GPUs

The world's first official custom Navi graphics card

ASRock reveals their RX 5700 Challenger OC series of GPUs

ASRock reveals their RX 5700 Challenger OC series of GPUs

ASROCK has officially announced the world's first custom RX 5700 series Navi graphics cards, which will utilise the "Challenger" brand name instead of the company's existing Phantom Gaming name. 

Both the RX 5700 and RX 5700 XT will feature a custom twin fan cooler design and a backplate, with ASROCK hoping that their cooling efforts will result in higher performance levels than AMD's reference RDNA graphics hardware. ASROCK has released the specifications below, but at this time these specifications are subject to change. 

The ASROCK Challenger RX 5700/XT OC will feature twin 10cm fans and utilise a 4 heat-pipe cooling solution with power coming from twin 8-pin PCIe connectors. The preliminary specifications for these graphics cards give them base and gaming clock speeds that are higher than AMD's reference models, though these specifications could change as ASROCK custom offerings are further developed. 

ASRock is likely to release other RX 5700 series models in the future, including "Phantom Gaming" series SKUs, which will likely release as ASRock's premium offering. 


 ASROCK RX 5700 XT Challenger OCAMD RX 5700 XT 50th EditionAMD RX 5700 XTASROCK RX 5700 Challenger OCAMD RX 5700
Process Tech/ Architecture7nm Navi7nm Navi7nm Navi7nm Navi7nm Navi
Stream
Processors
25602560256023042304
Base Clock 1650MHz1680MHz1605MHz1515MHz1465MHz
Gaming Clock1795MHz1830MHz1755MHz1675MHz1625MHz
Boost Clock1905MHz1980MHz1905MHz1725MHz1725MHz
Memory8GB GDDR68GB GDDR68GB GDDR68GB GDDR68GB GDDR6
Memory Bus256-bit256-bit256-bit256-bit256-bit
Memory Clock14Gbps14Gbps14Gbps14Gbps 14Gbps
Memory
Bandwidth
448GB/s448GB/s448GB/s448GB/s 448GB/s

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18-07-2019, 08:41:30

AngryGoldfish
Hmmm... maybe AIB partners won't be adding big overclocks after all.Quote

18-07-2019, 08:48:00

Gambit2K
I hope this is a bottom of the barrell card because that wasn't impressive in any way...Quote

18-07-2019, 09:41:46

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
Hmmm... maybe AIB partners won't be adding big overclocks after all.
They're not going to want to break the tdp too much. They'll leave you to consume over 300w yourself.

A while back I said that I was worried that Navi may be hot and a power guzzler. Apparently at 2.2ghz under water it consumes 330w. Not sure whether that was the whole rig or just the card but yeah. Not good really.

Was similar with the 1366 CPUs. Overclocking was great but so we're the power consumption totals.Quote

18-07-2019, 10:49:53

Giggyolly
Asrock need to hire a new design team asap. their cards look awfulQuote

22-07-2019, 03:23:26

Warchild
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Originally Posted by Giggyolly View Post
Asrock need to hire a new design team asap. their cards look awful
Well ASRock used to be part of ASUS so maybe ASUS dumped the personel they had in surplus or were less impressed with into ASRock when they bought themselves out. Quote
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