Best Graphics Card for Ryzen 7 3700x

Best Graphics Card for Ryzen 7 3700x – Choosing the right graphics card is always essential if you want to have exhilarating visuals while gaming.

In this blog, I have compiled a Top 5 coolest GPUs for Ryzen 3700X along with a buying guide.

I hope that helps you. Still, if you have any queries regarding anything, feel free to ask in the comments.

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1.AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT

Pros & Cons

The AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT arrives in a post-Nvidia Turing world. Although Team Red has been dominating CPU sales because of processors like the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X and the Ryzen 9 3900X that came before it, the company has also been struggling to release a GPU to catch people’s attention in the same way as those CPUs. This means that this GPU has had its work cut out for it even before it hit the shelves.

Luckily, the AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT is more than up to the task, which perhaps makes it all the more impressive. Even in the shadow of its successor, the AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT, it’s still a capable GPU that’s even more appealing due to the stock shortages newer GPUs are experiencing.

2.NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070

Pros & Cons

Just like the xx70 cards before it, the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 stands firmly in that middle ground to give you quite a bit of performance for a bit less than the price of Nvidia’s flagship. It splits the difference between value and performance in the Turing series of graphics cards. So, while the GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti both deliver outstanding performance, it’s the RTX 2070 that delivers more value to most consumers.

Essentially, the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 knocks off a little of that premium price without sacrificing too much of its ray-tracing capabilities. And having tested the GPU, we know this for a fact. Overclockers will especially be able to squeeze some extra horsepower out of this Turing GPU.

3.MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 2070

Pros & Cons

The GeForce RTX 20-series launch in September 2018 was dominated by coverage of the GeForce RTX 2080 and flagship GeForce RTX 2080 Ti graphics processors (GPUs), the two most powerful in the lineup. The enthusiast-level RTX 2070, slated for a later release, largely went ignored—until now.

The RTX 2070 card under review here is the MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Armor, a customized version of the reference board that Nvidia outlines for its partner companies. Its  list price is the least you can expect to spend for an RTX 2070-based graphics card, as that’s Nvidia’s recommended starting price for this GPU family.

Plenty of other RTX 2070 cards cost more; as a case in point, Nvidia sells its own factory-overclocked RTX 2070 Founders Edition for . But this MSI board indeed may be the dark horse of the RTX cards we have tested so far: It brings the idea of “value,” for the first time, into the RTX discussion.

4.XFX Radeon RX 570

Pros & Cons

XFX has several versions of the RX 570 with 8GB VRAM. This one is the RS XXX Edition, which comes with the lowest overclock of the bunch by roughly 40MHz between this card’s 1286Mhz core clock and the others running at 1328MHz. The front view shows off the unique design of the card with a pair of Supercell 100mm fans dominating the view.

The shroud has a two-tone gloss and matte finish. The back side of the card has an aluminum backplate that serves multiple purposes by adding stability to the PCB and cooling the back side of the VRM package via strategically placed ventilation holes. The XFX logo stands out prominently on the backplate.

Measuring 243 x 124 x 40mm, this card easily fits in most chassis. This Polaris-based card is built around the 14nm FinFET Polaris GPU and is for use in a motherboard equipped with a PCIe Gen3 16x slot. The top side of the shroud provides a visual of the XFX logo that lights up, along with a view of the pair of 8mm composite heat pipes that are integral to the cooling solution. The bottom view shows how robust the heat sink package is and the amount of space occupied by the heat sink.

5.Sapphire 11265-01-20G

Pros & Cons

The Sapphire RX 580 Nitro+ maintains a tweaked version of the superb Dual-X cooling system from its predecessor. That’s fine by us. Dual-X’s dual fans and heat pipe-infused heat sink work well—as you’ll see in the temperatures section—and Sapphire has re-engineered the cooler’s design to run much quieter than before. Plus, the look of Sapphire’s card remains stunning.

While many modern graphics cards rock bright colors, angular designs, and RGB everything that cater to the edgy so-called “gamer” aesthetic, the RX 580 Nitro+ sticks to sleek silver-and-black simplicity that looks great in our GPU testing system.


Best Graphics Card for Ryzen 7 3700x – The wait is over, AMD Zen 2 is finally here. Builders can now begin to spec and build their upcoming Ryzen 5 3600, Ryzen 7 3700X, Ryzen 7 3800X and Ryzen 9 3900X builds – with people wanting to build with the blisteringly fast 3950X will have to wait until September to do so.

We are starting to see builders post, show and review their Ryzen 3000 builds, and these builds are starting to give us some idea on what the best performing components are to pair with the Ryzen 7 3700x and 3800X – such as picking the appropriate motherboard, CPU cooler or the right graphics card to ensure no bottlenecking of the Zen 2 system.

In this guide, we are going to focus on the best graphics for Ryzen 7 3700X & Ryzen 7 3800X builds in 2019 – picking the best-fitted graphics cards that have a relative performance to the 3700X/3800X and will ensure no sort of bottleneck in your upcoming Ryzen 3700X / 3800X build. Without further ado, let’s get to it and show you the best GPUs for Ryzen 3700X builds.