XFX RX 5600 XT Thicc II and Thicc III Ultra Review

Battlefield V

XFX RX 5600 XT Thicc II and Thicc III Ultra Review

Battlefield V

The latest version of the super successful military shooter might have calmed down on the cinematic moments compared to its predecessor, but the gunplay is on a par with the best. The visuals are everything you would expect from a modern AAA title and with all the bells and whistles turned on it’s a visual feast. It’s worth reminding you that the stock RX 5700 XT was run on pre-release drivers and so doesn’t reflect its true performance.

XFX RX 5600 XT Thicc II and Thicc III Ultra Battlefield V  

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20-03-2020, 15:25:05

AngryGoldfish
What a gorgeous card.Quote

20-03-2020, 15:27:58

AlienALX
Yeah they are eye candy alright. Glad XFX have managed to match performance to the looks.Quote

20-03-2020, 15:52:10

NeverBackDown
Agreed the looks are phenomenal.

They went to the XFX black edition AMD 290 series. They were/are still some of the best looking cards. Nice to see they finally are using that style again after so many years of just bleh designs.Quote

20-03-2020, 17:09:59

WYP
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Agreed the looks are phenomenal.

They went to the XFX black edition AMD 290 series. They were/are still some of the best looking cards. Nice to see they finally are using that style again after so many years of just bleh designs.
Yeah. One has to wonder what XFX was thinking. Those designs would have been ok a decade ago, but things have moved on.

Remember when Windows weren't on every case, and plastic windows were a premium feature? Simpler times. Oh, and when putting cables behind your motherboard tray wasn't even a thing?Quote

20-03-2020, 17:31:21

Bartacus
Sexy! And more importantly, color neutral and not full of RGBeees!Quote
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