February 23, 2024
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Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL review in Spanish: The GPU choice of the less fortunate man

Welcome to our comprehensive review of the Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GB. The latest offer available from Aliexpress falls into our hands and it is one of the AMD graphics cards that presents a series of features aimed at the gaming public on a very tight budget. The original Radeon RX 5700 y 5700 XT they were released on July 7, 2019. Throughout this review, we'll examine their technical specifications, how they differ from a regular Radeon RX 5700 build, and test how well they perform in a variety of games. We'll be looking at how it fits into the current graphics card landscape, so please join us as we take a deeper look at what the Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL has to offer.

This unit comes in review thanks to kitty Le$$ who lent the product for the respective review.

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Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GB – What is this drive? Technical specifications and more

Graphics card Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GB, along with similar cards from different brands, appears to be a product that may have been salvaged from video cards previously used in cryptocurrency mining or may have had factory defects and been refurbished. This is inferred from the information provided on the purchase page for this unit, which specifies that it is a remanufactured product.

Based on what is mentioned in the product description on the page, this item may have been returned due to some fault, then repaired or re-soldered on a refurbished motherboard, and finally repackaged for its sale as a refurbished product, but in new appearance.

Another option to consider is that this graphics chip could have been previously used in cryptomining activities (this is based on similar products offered on Aliexpress), and then undergo a refurbishment or remanufacturing process to ensure optimal condition. It is good that the company provides transparency regarding the status of the product instead of marketing it under the false impression of being brand new and on sale.

So what can we conclude about the Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GB?

What is a Radeon “RX 5700XL”?

In simplified terms, the so-called Radeon RX “5700XL” is, in essence, a variant of the Radeon RX 5700 that has undergone a BIOS flash process, using the characteristic firmware of a Radeon RX 5700 XT.

However, it is crucial to note that this flashing process does not result in an increase in the number of Shaders (“cores”) present on the graphics card. Instead, the Radeon RX 5700XL operates at a slightly higher factory clock compared to its standard Radeon RX 5700 counterpart. As far as performance is concerned, an average increase of 5-6% can be observed compared to the conventional Radeon RX 5700, although it does not reach the power levels exhibited by the 5700 XT.

Next, we will proceed to present a concise summary of the features inherent in the AMD Radeon RX 5700, which made its debut in July 2019.

AMD Radeon RX 5700 - Overview

Introduced in July 5700 as part of the Radeon RX 2019 series, the AMD Radeon RX 5000 brings moderate performance to gamers and users of graphics-intensive applications. With its foundation on AMD's 7nm RDNA architecture, this card strikes a balance between power and efficiency. However, despite its merits, it is important to consider that some time has passed since its launch and more efficient and powerful products have been introduced to the market.

Equipped with 8 GB of GDDR6 memory, a GPU base clock frequency of around 1465 MHz and a boost speed of up to 1725 MHz, it has 2304 shaders in its technical configuration. However, it is important to note that ray tracing technology, known as "Ray Tracing", is not compatible with the RX 5000 series cards.

Although it falls short of the levels of its “XT” variants, the RX 5700 offers competitive value for money.

Specifications Table - Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GB

Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GB 
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 Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GBAMD Radeon RX 5700
GPURadeon RX 5700 “XT” (Navi 10 XT)Radeon RX 5700 (Navi 10 XL)
Boost Clock1905 MHz1725 MHz
Shaders23042304
Memory Clock7000 MHz7000 MHz
14 Gbps14Gbps
Memory size8GB8GB
Memory typeGDDR6GDDR6
Memory bus256 bit256 bit
PCIe4.0 x164.0 x16
card sizeNot availableNot available
TGP180w180w
recommended font450w450w
ConnectorNot availableNot available
Exits3x DisplayPort 1.4a3x DisplayPort 1.4a
1x HDMI 2.0b1x HDMI 2.0b
PriceUS$135 (at time of purchase)MSRP $349 (US)

Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GB - Photos and unboxing

The presentation of the video card is quite simple, lacking information about its model and without revealing any clues about what the user can expect. Opening the product reveals that it is a Radeon RX 5700 “XT”. More detail on this unit will be provided via GPUz in a dedicated section.

"Dissecting" the Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700 XT through GPUz

When performing a drive inspection, one of the first steps is to review the information provided by GPUz. According to the app, the card in question is identified as a Radeon RX 5700 XT, but an informed observer will immediately note that this is not accurate.

A genuine Radeon RX 5700 XT is equipped with 2560 Shaders, while this unit boasts 2304 Shaders. From this, it can be concluded that it is a variant of the 5700 XT with Shaders disabled or possibly a Radeon RX 5700 with the BIOS of a Radeon RX 5700 XT.

In the case of the second option, the question could arise about the choice of this setting by the manufacturer. The underlying reason is quite simple: to achieve higher performance out of the box.

The default boost frequency on the regular Radeon RX 5700 is 1725 MHz, in contrast to the default 1905 MHz frequency found here. In simple terms, this could translate to an average performance improvement of around 6% compared to a conventional RX 5700.

An intriguing detail that GPUz provides us with is the “subvendor”, which is identified as XFX Pine Group.

If we delve a little deeper, it becomes clear that the model in question bears a notable similarity to the XFX AMD Radeon™ RX 5700 DD Ultra 8GB GDDR6, presenting some minor physical differences.

At the time of testing, it is striking that this particular unit does not have a passive mode option for the fans, unlike its XFX counterpart which does. Similarly, when using Afterburner, it is not possible to set the fans to passive mode using a custom curve.

Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700 XL GPUz

Synthetic and gaming benchmarks (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

With the release and announcement of new generation video cards, we have to update our benchmark (once again). The best processor that we have in our hands to carry out the necessary tests is the processor Intel Core i9-13900K.

A statistic reminder...

Before detailing our configuration system, let's refresh a little what they are AVG FPS y 1% LOW.

AVG FPS (Average FPS): As the name says, it is the average number of frames per second within a specific sequence. It is the most used measure, but it does not detail the whole story, since there are FPS drops.

1%LOW: Within an entire frames per second dataset, the 1% LOW is the value equal to the lowest 1% within the frames dataset (of the specific sequence ordered ascending). In simpler terms, it is the frame where you see the FPS drop that exists within a specific sequence.

Also, we suggest you read any additional feedback about the gaming experience (jerks) that may or may not have existed during testing.

Benchmarks (GPU Benchmarks – Raster – 2023)

Our revamped test bed features the best processor we have in our inventory, the Intel Core i9-13900K. We use this processor, since it is the one that will generate the least bottleneck to the GPUs tested in scenarios where the limiter may be the CPU.

The focus is aimed at achieving 100% in the performance of the video card, Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GB.

Also, we've upgraded to Windows 11, but we've VBS disabled (Virtualization-Based Security), because in the middle of our tests, we noticed that it took considerable performance away in certain scenarios or generated stuttering.

CPU: Intel Core i9-13900K (Power Limiters Disabled) (https://amzn.to/3X53WQS)
Board: Z790 AORUS ELITE AX (BIOS F6) (https://amzn.to/3ClPWde)
RAM: G.Skill Flare X5 Series (AMD Expo) 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR5 6000 CL36-36-96 (https://amzn.to/3Z8g45y)
T.video (what we are testing): Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GB (Link: https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/_DFl69tl)
Operating system: Windows 11 Home Edition 22H2 – VBS OFF
Liquid refrigeration: Lian Li Galahad 360 (https://amzn.to/3jMvNXO)
SSD: Addlink S70 1TB + TeamGroup MP34 4TB SSD (https://amzn.to/3PuIAvX)
Driver: AMD Radeon Software Adrenaline 23.5.2
Power supply: Seasonic Prime Gold 1300W (https://amzn.to/3Qd102w)

Gaming – Rasterization

All tests are done at the highest quality available, unless otherwise specified.

Let's see the first title, The Plague Tale: Requiem.

A Plague Tale: Requiem (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Proprietary

Assassin's Creed: Origins (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: AnvilNext 2.0

Borderlands 3 (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Frostbite 3

Monitor (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Northlight Engine

Death Stranding (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Decima

F1 2022 (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: EGO “Boost” Engine 4.0

God of War (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Proprietary

Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Proprietary

Shadow of the Tomb Raider DX 12 (1080, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Foundation

Shadow of War (1080, 1440p, 2160p)

Game engine: LithTech Jupiter EX

Strange Brigade DX12 + Async (1080p, 1440p, 2160p)

Game Engine: Asura

Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GB – Consumption, temperatures, noise

To ensure that our equipment is running at optimal levels, we are launching a new phase of renovation. As part of this process, we are pleased to announce the implementation of a new method for measure GPU consumption.

We will use the performance evaluation tool Furmark, which is capable of reaching a resolution of 3840x2160p, and we'll put it to the test for a period of 15 minutes (or 30 minutes for those using a liquid cooling solution).

In this way, we can effectively determine the maximum temperatures of the video card and establish the level of noise generated under these specific conditions. When playing, it is important to note that consumption can increase from 100 to 120 watts, therefore a complete systematic measurement is strongly recommended.

As a quick tip, those looking for help choosing a suitable minimum power supply for their model can add 100 watts to the recommended voltage or use the manufacturer's guidelines as a helpful reference.

Consumption – Quite low, for 2019

Regarding power consumption, the Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL It is a GPU that I do not consume much, with barely 238 watts required for the entire system using Furmark. However, it is important to note that these values ​​were determined by testing with minimal stress on the processor.

Therefore, they should only be used as a reference and taken with caution. 

For its time, the graphics card was quite efficient using TSMC's 7nm manufacturing process.

Maximum temperature – Furmark – Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL - Very low temperatures

After rigorous testing, we have collected data on the thermal performance of the Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GB. We have calculated the ambient temperature delta to be a remarkable 37,2 degrees Celsius, proving that this GPU is capable of exceptional thermal performance.

It's worth noting that the layout used by XFX and reworked by jieshuo for your Radeon RX 5700XL It is more than enough for the consumption generated. We will now delve into the topic of noise generated by these GPUs and explore its implications in more detail.

RX 5700XL Temperatures

Noise – Furmark – It doesn't make a lot of noise, but it has two details

The video card Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL It has performed passably in the generated noise department. According to measurements, the card produced a noise level of 45.8 decibels. It is important to mention that the average ambient noise level is around 37 decibels with no devices in operation.

There are two details that we found when testing the card and they are the following:

-Under Furmark, a small coil whine was noted.
-There is no passive mode option for the fans, so it makes minimal noise when there is no load on the GPU.

Final analysis - If you are short of chips, this could be your solution

Several years have passed since the launch of the cards AMD Radeon RX 5700 and 5700 XT, which has limited the presentation of significant new features in terms of performance. Despite having observed multiple tests of this model, there has not yet been an own review that evaluates its performance in a controlled manner. For this reason, I have decided to put it through rigorous tests on our test bench.

Generally speaking, Jieshuo's Radeon RX 5700XL exhibits performance similar to that of an average 2060GB RTX 6, representing an additional 3% increase. However, this card ranks below options like the GeForce RTX 3060 (12GB), 4060, and 4060 Ti. Any claim that performance is superior to that of a GeForce RTX 3060 is inaccurate.

Now we will proceed to analyze the relative performance of the Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GB in 1080p resolution, where its maximum potential is revealed.

Relative performance – Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GB – 1080p

Jieshuo's Radeon RX 5700XL has a slight advantage compared to the 2060GB GeForce RTX 6. On the other hand, the 3060GB GeForce RTX 12 outperforms by an average of 13.89%. In the case of the video card we recently reviewed, the GeForce RTX 4060 offers a performance increase of 31.77%, while its more powerful counterpart, the 4060 Ti, achieves a 63.74% increase.

Navigating on a Budget: Understanding What to Buy

What stands out in this product is its attractive price. At the time of purchase, we found it to cost just US$135, and there are underlying reasons behind this cheap price, as we'll explain below. We want to commend the seller for their remarkable transparency, in pointing out that the unit (we assume you mean the GPU) has been remanufactured. This drive may have been salvaged from the cryptomining era, or may be a video card that had a manufacturing defect, such as a bad PCB portion or failed GDDR6 memory.

During testing of the video card, we ran into the following issues:

  • When testing on two different motherboards, a Z790 (GIGABYTE) and a Z590 (ASUS), the card only recognized the x8 configuration instead of x16. Although we have seen screenshots online of cards running at x16, we found that this detail persisted on two different systems. It is important to mention that performance will not be affected by PCIe Gen4 x8 (however, there will be a performance reduction on PCIe Gen 3 x8).
  • When using the AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 23.7.2 or AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 23.7.1 drivers, a SIGNIFICANT performance drop (30% reduction) was seen in Assassin's Creed: Origins. Although this title is older, this result calls into question the overall effectiveness of AMD drivers.
  • In one isolated instance, when changing the resolution in Death's Stranding, the program experienced at least one crash.

It is important to keep these observations in mind when considering card performance and stability.

One of the positive aspects of this card lies in its attractive performance in relation to its price, allowing it to run most games at very acceptable frame rates and with a more than satisfactory graphic quality. In terms of temperature and consumption, the card does not demand a significant amount of power. It is curious that Jieshuo has not implemented a VBIOS with a passive cooling curve, since XFX cards offer this option.

One last remark relates to warranty. It's not clear what it actually covers and whether there will be additional charges if the product fails prematurely. This is a factor that the final consumer should keep in mind.

If the circumstances are not entirely favorable and the budget is tight, as long as you are fully aware of the acquisition, this model could become a viable option. At a price of 135 to 150 US dollars, it does not find competitors in its segment.

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Summary

In the Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL 8GB review, its features and performance were thoroughly evaluated. This budget variant of the Radeon RX 5700, with a BIOS flashed for a slight performance increase of 5-6% compared to the standard version, stands out due to its price-performance ratio. However, challenges were identified such as PCIe recognition issues, slow performance with certain drivers, and occasional instability in games. Despite these drawbacks, the Jieshuo Radeon RX 5700XL offers decent performance in its price category, although buyers should carefully consider its limitations before purchasing it.

Overall
3.9

Pros

-Quite low price for what is offered (it was obtained at US$ 135)
-Offers a very good price/benefit for those who have a very tight budget.

-Low temperatures and moderate noise.
-Low consumption, so it does not require a powerful power source.

Cons

-Very old card from 2019.
-In two different systems, the video card did not work at more than x8 bus width.
-AMD driver reliability is still hit or miss.
-It does not have support for ray tracing (Ray Tracing).
-Card reconditioned.
-Warranty could be an issue.

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