Asus has announced five RX 5700 cards with its own coolers. ROG Strix and TUF Gaming X3 versions come from the RX 5700 and 5700XT. The fifth card is an RX 5700 in the Dual Evo series. The ROG cards appear on August 16, the rest will follow later.
Asus sets its ROG Strix Radeon RX 5700XT to a base clock of 1770 MHz, the Game Clock is 1905 MHz and the boost clock is according to the 2010MHz specifications. The AMD reference model has clock speeds of 1605MHz, 1755MHz and 1905MHz, respectively. In particular, the Game Clock, the speed that the card should achieve in practice during long-term gaming, is considerably higher with the Asus version. The clock speeds of the other cards have not yet been announced.
Asus gives all its RX 5700 cards one HDMI 2.0b connection and three display port 1.4 connections. The ROG Strix versions are equipped with a thick cooling block, three fans and RGB lighting with Aura sync support. The TUF Gaming models are also equipped with three fans. Images of the Dual Radeon RX 5700 Evo have not yet been released by Asus. The card probably looks the same as previous Dual Evo cards from the manufacturer. The cooler in that series has two fans.
According to Asus, the ROG Strix versions are for sale from 16 agustus and the TUF Gaming X3 versions must follow on 23 August. The Dual Evo variant will be released on 30 August. It is not yet known what the suggested retail prices are.