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ASRock's RX 5700 XT Taichi is ready to offer an abundance of display options

Ready for seemingly any multi-screen setup with four DisplayPort connections and two HDMI

ASRock's RX 5700 XT Taichi is ready to offer an abundance of display options

ASRock's RX 5700 XT Taichi is ready to offer an abundance of display options

Need a graphics card which can support your insane multi-monitor setup? You may not need to look any further than ASRock's upcoming range of Taichi OC+ series graphics cards. 

Yes, ASRock is preparing its first Taichi series graphics cards, and with it, the company wants to deliver the raw power of AMD's Navi architecture with a triple-fan cooler and an abundance of display connectivity options. 

The ASRock Taichi RX 5700 XT will offer users four DisplayPort 1.4 connections and tow HDMI 2.0 connections, though at this time it is unknown if all of these connections are usable at the same time. Dual HDMI connectivity makes the card ready for setups that use both large screen TVs (or HDMI-based monitors) and an HDMI-powered VR headset, while the card's DisplayPort connections can handle everything else. 

  

ASRock's RX 5700 XT Taichi is ready to offer an abundance of display options

(Images via Videocardz)


ASRock's Taichi RX 5700 XT comes with a 2.5-slot cooler design and triple-fan cooling solution. This cooler design offers a similar aesthetic as ASRock's Taichi series motherboards, offering users the same cog-like markings. This graphics card would be ideal for a Steampunk themed PC. 

Only the central fan of the Taichi is RGB illuminated. This RGB lighting is likely to be controllable via ASRock's dedicated RGB lighting software. 


ASRock's RX 5700 XT Taichi is ready to offer an abundance of display options

(Images via Videocardz

 

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31-08-2019, 15:36:21

AlienALX
Ouch, my eyes.

Who came up with that monstrosity?Quote

31-08-2019, 16:25:08

WYP
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Ouch, my eyes.

Who came up with that monstrosity?
Well, ASRock... clearly ASRock.

Yesh, I don't like this. TBH I don't think that RGB adds anything to this.Quote

31-08-2019, 16:29:59

NeverBackDown
The design is ugly but it's nice to have something with more video outputs.Quote

31-08-2019, 16:40:19

Dawelio
Gosh, manufacturers keeps making GPUs more and more like a toy from Toys 'R' Us lol.Quote

31-08-2019, 16:48:51

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by WYP View Post
Well, ASRock... clearly ASRock.

Yesh, I don't like this. TBH I don't think that RGB adds anything to this.
It makes it worse. Kinda like the last MSI lightning card.

And seeing the capacitors? This isn't 2007.

FFS you'd think they'd hire someone like, in touch with reality.

I'm glad XFX have finally come to their senses. Probably because of low sales. Why can't these plebs hire one bloody person to go around and read people's opinions? They'd actually rake it in if they did that.

IDK man. I could bloody scream.Quote
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