Result and general impression …
With the ASRock Radeon RX 5700 Challenger D 8G OC graphics card you get a great overall package! AMD has tuned the RX 5700 really well and ASRock has put together a powerful, quiet and visually appealing package with its cooler design. We particularly like the quiet fans with their 0dB mode in 2D mode.
The software is clear and all necessary functions can be found quickly and easily. However, we would like for one of the next versions that the RAM can be overclocked even higher. In general, the ASRock modes have a hard time convincing us of their right to exist, the results achieved are too close to each other. ASRock should also include the RAM clock in these modes in the future.
If you don’t want to concern yourself further with settings, you can choose the default mode without a guilty conscience. After our test, we can recommend everyone else to overclock the GPU and RAM in order to get a little more out of the graphics card :ocinside:
The price is also – typical for AMD graphics cards – very fair, so that you can build a solid 1080p gaming PC even on a budget. In addition, you only need the cheaper FreeSync or Adaptive-Sync monitors for AMD graphics cards, whereby we have just shown using our FreeSync with nVidia graphics card instructions that nVidia G-Sync is now also partially successful.
If you need a little more power, you should also take a look at the ASRock Radeon RX 5700 XT Taichi X 8G OC+ review.