RX 5700 XT Benchmarks (and RX 5700 Benchmarks) Guide

Although it seems as if we are going to get our first real look at the AMD RX 5700 XT and AMD RX 5700 on July 7, both cards have had their benchmarks leaked ahead of an official reveal. Below, we’ll run you through the leaked RX 5700 XT benchmarks and the RX 5700 benchmarks so you can get a grasp on just how powerful these new AMD NAVI GPUs are set to be. You’ll also find some leaked games benchmarks for both GPUs below. Want to know how the RX 5700 XT handles Far Cry 5 in 1440p? We’ve got you covered.

AMD RX 5700 XT Benchmarks

RX 5700 XT Benchmarks

Originally leaked by Polish website Benchmark, the page going into details regarding both the RX 5700 XT and RX 5700 benchmarks has since been taken down. Thankfully, DSOGaming has saved it all so that we can take a look at it right here, as the RX 5700 XT benchmarks certainly make for some interesting reading.

According to DSOGaming, the AMD RX 5700 XT GPU will set you back $449. This makes it around $50 cheaper than the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER. Unfortunately, this does mean that the AMD card is outperformed by the RTX 2070 SUPER.

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In three benchmarks across Far Cry 5, Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider (all in 1440p), the RX 5700 XT benchmarks are the following:

  • Far Cry 5: 98 FPS peak, average 86
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider: 77 FPS peak, average 61
  • Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus: 95 FPS peak, average 76

AMD RX 5700 Benchmarks

RX 5700 XT Benchmarks

Those of you gaming on a little less budget will likely be looking at the AMD RX 5700 GPU. Priced at $379 ($70 cheaper than the RX 5700 XT), the card’s performance is lower, but the difference isn’t too extreme. Check out the AMD RX 5700 benchmarks below:

  • Far Cry 5: 88 FPS peak, average 77
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider: 70 FPS peak, average 55
  • Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus: 84 FPS peak, average 71

It’s worth noting that it appears as though neither card supports ray-tracing, for those looking to jump in on the latest in graphics technology. We’ve got another in-depth comparison guide for the two cards that you can check out here, too. No matter which one you pick, it does seem like you’ll be getting decent performance.