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Powercolor releases Radeon RX 5700 ITX compact GPU, but only in Japan

Image via PowerColor
Image via PowerColor
PowerColor has released a mini ITX version of the AMD Radeon RX 5700. While the card operates at the same clock speed as the reference RX 5700, the PowerColor RX 5700 ITX only requires a single PICe 8-pin power connector. The reference card requires an 8-pin connector as well as a 6-pin connection. Sadly, the PowerColor RX 5700 ITX is exclusive to Japan for now.

AMD’s Radeon RX 5700 is a solid mid-range GPU. As usual, OEMs have offered their own spins and tweaks on the reference design. PowerColor is one of those OEMs; its RX 5700 ITX packs a ton of power into a tiny package.

The 5700 ITX (model number AXRX 5700 ITX 8GND6-2DH) is a dual-slot card that measures 175 mm x 110 mm x 40 mm. The GPU is, as the name implies, a Radeon RX 5700. It features a 1465 MHz base clock (boost to 1725 MHz, game clock to 1625 MHz), 2304 stream processors, and 8 GB of GDDR6 VRAM on a 256-bit bus. The card is powered by a single 8-pin connector, which is curious considering the reference RX 5700 requires an additional 6-pin connector. PowerColor recommends a 600 Watt power supply.

Cooling the GPU are four heat pipes (6 mm diameter) and a single fan mounted in the middle of the card's face. Video outputs include a single HDMI 2.0 port and two DisplayPort 1.4 hookups.

The RX 5700 ITX is currently a Japan-exclusive GPU. It retails for JP ¥44,364, or about US $405. There’s no word on when (or if) the card will make its way into other markets.

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Sam Medley, 2019-12-24 (Update: 2019-12-24)
Sam Medley
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