AMD’s Radeon RX 5700 XT and RX 5700 are officially out on the market, and as is the case, many of the GPU maker’s AiB partners are prepping to launch their own custom-cooled versions of the cards. Unsurprisingly, ASUS is one of the many brands, and it will be releasing the cards under not just one, but three of its lineups.
The image renders were published by the Dutch-based tech site, HardwareInfo. Just to be clear, the post shows the cards in all of ASUS’ custom-cooling solutions, but do not actually list down tweaked clockspeeds, base or boost.
First on the list is the brand’s lineup is, naturally, its ROG Strix lineup. From the images, the ROG Strix cooler design is virtually unchanged. It still employs the same triple Axial-fan design, reportedly has a 0dB mode, as well as the IP5X rating for dust resistance.
Next on the list is the TUF Gaming X3 for both the RX 5700 XT and RX 5700. It’s the second time we’ve seen ASUS launch graphics cards under this lineup, and the first time it’s doing so for AMD’s Navi GPU. Like the ROG Strix, the TUF Gaming X3 cooling solution employs a three-fan design, as well as the same Auto-Extreme cooling technology, plus the same IP5X dust resistance rating.
Last but not least is ASUS’ Dual Evo two-fan cooling solution. Sadly, there is no official image of this custom cooler yet, but again, it doesn’t look any different from the brand’s previous iterations. Sporting a two-fan solution that utilises ASUS’ Axial technology and a sizable heatsink. Oddly enough, it seems that the Radeon RX 5700 is slated to be the only AMD GPU under this configuration.
While HardwareInfo points out that all variations of RX 5700 XT and RX 5700 will be made available at different dates this month. However, at the time of writing, ASUS Malaysia has yet to announce a launch date for the cards, nor the retail pricing for these cards.