AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT

PowerColor has released an ITX SFF form factor RX 5600 XT NAVI 10 GPU for Gamers

Written by Metal Messiah

PowerColor is a Taiwanese-based graphics card brand/manufacturer, and the company has just released a mini-ITX small form factor/SFF Navi 10 GPU for gamers looking for a compact graphics card for their ATX cabinet, and gaming RIGs.

The RX 5600 XT delivers the ultimate 1080p gaming experience, and this particular ITX variant SKU is good for gamers who don’t have too much free space/room inside their cabinet, or basically they are rocking a small form factor ATX Motherboard, or a mid-tower cabinet. So upgrade options are there.

Scan Computers has listed this graphics card for pre-order, priced at £299.99, or 322.77 USD. Don’t know about the availability in other regions and countries.

This NAVI 10 GPU comes in a SINGLE cooling fan design, and it rocks the RDNA architecture. Coming to the specs, not much has changed. Don’t let the small size fool you though.

It still packs 6 GB of GDDR6 memory, and features a core clock of 1,560 MHz, with a boost clock of 1,620 MHz. There are also a total of 2,304 stream processors, which allows this graphics card to provide a smooth 1080p gaming experience without any lag. Though, this is a dual-slot GPU design, and requires a SINGLE 8-PIN PCI-E connector to power it up from your PSU.

The PowerColor Radeon RX 5600 XT ITX  is being spotted under the product code:: AXRX 5600XT ITX 6GBD6-2DH. PoweColor has another card in this form factor, the Radeon RX 5700 ITX.

When it comes to connectivity, this GPU features three video outputs, two DisplayPort/DP 1.4 and a single HDMI 2.0b port, and it makes use of the PCIe 4.0 interface.  This GPU might be 17.9 cm in length, and 11 cm in height (just a rough estimate figure).

As you can see from this TPU database, there aren’t many ITX variants of this GPU released. Companies usually don’t go for a small form factor graphics cards for obvious reasons, but this doesn’t mean we can’t get a similar SFF GPU. This SKU also supports AMD Radeon FreeSync and FreeSync 2 HDR features.

Thanks TechPowerUp

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