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ASUS Announces Radeon RX 5600XT Graphics Card Line-up

ASUS RX 5600XT are expected to hit shelves by mid-February. Price and details in the link

ASUS today announced three new Radeon graphics cards, including ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) Strix, ASUS TUF Gaming X3 EVO and ASUS Dual EVO Radeon RX 5600 XT models. These new GPUs bring custom PCBs, power design, and cooling to AMD’s new chipset, allowing greater performance compared to the reference design. For gamers looking for solid framerates at 1080p resolution, the ASUS Radeon RX 5600 XT graphics cards are prepared to deliver.

ROG Strix: Take Flight

The ROG Strix Radeon RX 5600 XT is armed to dominate 1080p gaming. Components on the surface of the PCB are precisely soldered with Auto-Extreme Technology and the GPU chip is cooled using MaxContact and a beefy heatsink. On top, three fans leverage our new Axial-tech design, which surpasses our own industry-leading fans from the last generation. In between those layers is a host of additional features like 0dB mode, a reinforced frame, Super Alloy Power II components and more.

Read our review: ROG STRIX RX 5600XT Graphics Card Review

ASUS TUF Gaming X3: Built TUF

The TUF Gaming X3 Radeon RX 5600 XT EVO features three powerful fans for the very best cooling, without sacrificing the durability that makes it TUF. Each card is built using Auto-Extreme manufacturing, protected by a rigid backplate that prevents PCB flex, and utilizes durable dual ball fan bearings. It’s all backed by a rigorous battery of validation tests to ensure compatibility with the latest TUF products. The TUF Gaming X3 EVO is the supercooled tank of graphics cards.

AVAILABILITY & PRICING

The ROG Strix RX-5600XT-T6G has a suggested retail price of ₱21,560.00, while the ASUS TUF 3-RX5600XT-O6G-EVO-GAMING is priced at ₱19,960.00. The cards will be available by mid-February 2020.

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