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Integrated high speed HDMI output with 1080p 120Hz 3D Stereoscopic support, and 4K resolution display support.

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Microsoft DirectX® 12

Get intense gaming performance and unrivalled image quality with stunning 3D visual effects, realistic lighting and lifelike imagery.

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Microsoft Windows® 10 Support

Comprehensive OS supports the latest Windows10 functionality and Driver support.
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PCIe® 4.0 Support

The AMD Radeon™ RX 6000 Series graphics cards feature PCIe® 4.0, with a throughput of 16 GT/s which enables two times the bandwidth compared to PCIe® 3.0.

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Radeon FreeSync™ 2 HDR

Radeon FreeSync™ 2 HDR pushes the boundaries further, combining fluid gameplay and plug-and-play HDR gaming at low latency, with-out needing to tweak your settings. No stuttering, no tearing, just gaming.

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RX 5600 GDDR6 Memory

GDDR6 memory provides high bandwidth, enabling 1080p performance for today’s most demanding games.

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Vulkan™

Next-generation API support for high-performance real-time graphics. Taking the best and brightest parts of Mantle to serve as its foundation, Vulkan™ is going to be one new and uniquely powerful graphics API.

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PowerColor Releases A Mini-ITX Friendly, Radeon RX 5600 XT ITX, Graphics Card For $299 US

PowerColor has launched its Radeon RX 5600 XT ITX graphics card, a new addition to its ITX family which are designed for ITX & small form factor gaming PCs. The new card brings the same Navi 10 GPU core in a more compact casing while providing the same performance with core and memory clocks fine-tuned out of the box.

PowerColor's Radeon RX 5600 XT ITX Graphics Card Is ITX / SFF Gaming PC Friendly & Is Priced at $299 US

The Radeon RX 5600 XT ITX from PowerColor features the same core specifications as the Navi 10 GPU. It comes with 2304 stream processors and 6 GB of GDDR6 memory which you should expect from a standard Radeon RX 5600 XT graphics card. Unlike several other variants that shipped with post-launch BIOS to unlock power limits, higher clocks, and 14 Gbps memory, the PowerColor card features factory-shipped settings so users don't have to flash their cards afterward.

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In terms of clock speeds, the Radeon RX 5600 XT ITX features a 1355 MHz base, 1560 MHz game & 1620 MHz boost clocks for the core. The memory is clocked at 14 Gbps across a 192-bit bus which delivers 336 GB/s bandwidth. The card features a single 8-pin connector to power up and comes in a two-slot design besides its ITX form factor.

PowerColor RX 5600 XT ITX Graphics Card:

PowerColor kept the overall shroud to a very minimalistic design, featuring a matte black texture and a single fan in the middle. The heatsink makes use of several heat pipes and should be more than enough to keep this card cool under full load. Display outputs include two Display Ports & a single HDMI port. Pricing is a major factor considering that the card competes with NVIDIA's RTX 2060 graphics card and this variant costs $299 US which is a $20 US premium over the standard MSRP of $279 US.

Based on the pricing, the card is definitely a great deal for mini-ITX builders & for those who want something extra, PowerColor already offers the Radeon RX 5700 in an ITX form factor which is a great deal for the performance it offers. The Radeon RX 5600 XT ITX will be available on 12th May and will come in with the AMD Raise The Game Bundle which gets you Monster Hunter: World (Full Game + Ice Born Expansion), Resident Evil 3 and a three month Xbox Game Pass for PC.

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PowerColor Radeon RX 5600 XT ITX Review

Introduction

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In this review, we will cover the new PowerColor Radeon RX 5600 XT ITX graphics card, which is targeted at those putting together some really compact Mini-ITX or SFF gaming PC builds. At first look you could confuse the PowerColor RX 5600 XT ITX with a OEM-reference design RX 5500. However, the RX 5600 XT does pack a much stronger punch that lets it see eye-to-eye with even the GeForce RTX 2060. The card is only slightly longer than the PCI-Express x16 slot, measuring 18 cm in length, and no taller than what constitutes "full height." It also only needs one power connector, so the cable clutter in your build is kept to a minimum.

AMD originally came up with the Radeon RX 5600 XT to dominate the 1080p space at its $279 price-point, beating NVIDIA's entire GeForce GTX 16-series, but a price cut of the RTX 2060 baseline price down to $299 forced AMD to revise its specs with higher clock speeds, which means it matches it. The consumer naturally benefits from this move as the RX 5600 XT is now 1440p-capable, while gaming at 1080p with frame-rates in excess of 90 FPS. The PowerColor Radeon RX 5600 XT ITX comes with the performance-enhancing BIOS update out of the box, so no manual action is necessary.



AMD carved the Radeon RX 5600 XT out of the same 7 nm "Navi 10" silicon that goes into making its flagship RX 5700 XT, by giving it the same 2,304 stream processors as the RX 5700, but narrowing the memory bus to 192-bit from 256-bit, and memory amount proportionately down to 6 GB. It also features 144 TMUs and 64 ROPs.

The PowerColor RX 5600 XT ITX in this review runs at the maximum spec AMD allows for the RX 5600 XT: 1560 MHz game clock, 1620 MHz maximum boost clock, and 14 Gbps (GDDR6-effective) memory, compared to the 1375/1560 MHz original reference clocks with 12 Gbps memory. The card uses a dense aluminium fin-stack heatsink that's ventilated by a single fan, and still goes on to offer idle fan stop. PowerColor is asking $299 for this card, which is a $20 premium over the MSRP and a price that matches the RTX 2060 KO from EVGA. The premium appears to be dictated largely by the card's main USP—its compact size.

 PriceShader
Units
ROPsCore
Clock
Boost
Clock
Memory
Clock
GPUTransistorsMemory
RX 590$2002304321469 MHz1545 MHz2000 MHzPolaris 305700M8 GB, GDDR5, 256-bit
GTX 1660$200 1408481530 MHz1785 MHz2000 MHzTU1166600M6 GB, GDDR5, 192-bit
GTX 1070$3001920641506 MHz1683 MHz2002 MHzGP1047200M8 GB, GDDR5, 256-bit
RX Vega 56$2603584641156 MHz1471 MHz800 MHzVega 1012500M8 GB, HBM2, 2048-bit
GTX 1660 Super$2301408481530 MHz1785 MHz1750 MHzTU1166600M6 GB, GDDR6, 192-bit
GTX 1660 Ti$2701536481500 MHz1770 MHz1500 MHzTU1166600M6 GB, GDDR6, 192-bit
GTX 1070 Ti$4502432641607 MHz1683 MHz2000 MHzGP1047200M8 GB, GDDR5, 256-bit
RX 5600 XT$2802304641375 MHz1560 MHz1500 MHzNavi 1010300M6 GB, GDDR6, 192-bit
PowerColor RX
5600 XT ITX
$3002304641560 MHz1620 MHz1750 MHzNavi 1010300M6 GB, GDDR6, 192-bit
RTX 2060$3001920481365 MHz1680 MHz1750 MHzTU10610800M6 GB, GDDR6, 192-bit
RX 5700$3302304641465 MHz1625 MHz1750 MHzNavi 1010300M8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit
GTX 1080$5002560641607 MHz1733 MHz1251 MHzGP1047200M8 GB, GDDR5X, 256-bit
RTX 2060 Super$4002176641470 MHz1650 MHz1750 MHzTU10610800M8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit
RX Vega 64$375 4096641247 MHz1546 MHz953 MHzVega 1012500M8 GB, HBM2, 2048-bit
GTX 1080 Ti$7003584881481 MHz1582 MHz1376 MHzGP10212000M11 GB, GDDR5X, 352-bit
RX 5700 XT$3802560641605 MHz1755 MHz1750 MHzNavi 1010300M8 GB, GDDR6, 256-bit

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Mini 5600 xt

PowerColor releases a compact Radeon RX 5600 XT for tiny gaming PCs

If you've shopped for a graphics card that is small enough to fit inside a mini-ITX case lately, you may have been frustrated with the results—there's just not a lot of them available. Don't blame PowerColor (not entirely, anyway). It just released its second mini-ITX graphics card in four months, a Radeon RX 5600 XT.

This newest entry follows the launch of a miniaturized Radeon RX 5700 XT last December. It was reported at the time that it would be exclusive to Japan, and that still seems to be the case.

In contrast, PowerColor's shortened Radeon RX 5600 XT is listed at Scan for £299.99. A straight conversion puts it at around $372 in US currency. As our friends at Tom's Hardware note, subtracting VAT puts the cost closer to $300 (which is more in line with regular 5600 XT cards), if and when it launches in the US. I'm guessing it probably will.

The listing doesn't specify the dimensions. However, it's not going to be bigger or longer than the ITX version of the 5700 XT, which measures 175mm x 110mm x 40mm (6.89 x 4.33 x 1.57 inches). Like that model, the 5600 XT occupies two PCI Express slots.

One other notable bit about this card is the memory. Though the dimensions are not specified, the listing indicates it ships with 6GB of GDDR6 memory at 14Gbps. 

The 5600 XT launch was a bit of a mess because AMD changed the specs at the last minute, from 12Gbps to 14Gbps memory. This left its hardware partners scrambling to update their designs to validate the new memory, and when possible, issue BIOS updates for existing cards that shipped with the slower memory. Neither of those headaches apply to this card.

What other options are there? I sorted Newegg's GPU section to only show mini ITX cards and it only came up with just six models. Out of those, only half them showed up as being in stock, and all three were from marketplace sellers with inflated prices. No thanks.

Scan has a few more options, just be sure to check the listings to make sure the card is actually an ITX model (a search for 'ITX graphics cards' returned some results that were clearly not ITX). In case you're not familiar, mini ITX cases are even smaller than micro ATX ones. They're great if you're dealing with limited space, they just require more careful component selection.

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