ASUS TUF Gaming AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT OC Edition Graphics Card (AMD RDNA 2, PCIe 4.0, 4GB GDDR6, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a, Dual Ball Fan…

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ASUS TUF GAMING B450M-PRO S AMD AM4 (3rd Gen Ryzen) Micro ATX Gaming Motherboard (8+2 DrMOS Power Stages, 2.5Gb LAN, BIOS FlashBack, AI Noise-Canceling Microphone, USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A and Type-C, HDMI, DP, and AURA Sync RGB)


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Specification: ASUS TUF Gaming AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT OC Edition Graphics Card (AMD RDNA 2, PCIe 4.0, 4GB GDDR6, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a, Dual Ball Fan…




TUF Gaming




PCI Express 4.0

Chipset Manufacturer


GPU Series

AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series


Radeon RX 6500 XT



Game Clock

OC mode: up to 2705 MHzGaming mode: up to 2685 MHz

Boost Clock

2825 MHz

Stream Processors

1024 Stream Processors

Effective Memory Clock

18 Gbps

Memory Size


Memory Interface


Memory Type



DirectX 12 Ultimate


OpenGL 4.6

Multi-Monitor Support



1 x HDMI 2.1


1 x DisplayPort 1.4a

Max Resolution

7680 x 4320

CrossFireX Support



Double Fans

Power Connector


HDCP Ready


Max GPU Length

250 mm

Card Dimensions L x H

9.76" x 5.78"

Slot Width

2.7 Slot

Package Contents

Accessories1 x Collection Card1 x Speedsetup Manual

Date First Available

January 19, 2022

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9 reviews for ASUS TUF Gaming AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT OC Edition Graphics Card (AMD RDNA 2, PCIe 4.0, 4GB GDDR6, HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 1.4a, Dual Ball Fan…

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  1. Anonymous

    Cons: I hope there is somewhere information on Asus web site about bellow Win 10 installation issue. Overall Review: I was unable to install Win 10 to NVME or SSD drive, at the end of process was getting error: BUGCODE_NDIS-DRIVER. To save you headache here is little help: To solve it, you should disable LAN controller, Wi-Fi controller, and Bluetooth controller. To do it go in to UEFI in ADVANCED MODE (F7) Chose ADVANCED ONBOARAD DEVICE CONFIGURATION Realtek LAN controller OFF Wi-Fi controller OFF Bluetooth controller DISABELED. Once this was done, I installed and booted to Win 10 without problems. Later I enabled above controllers. Internet connection was not working initially, Realtek LAN driver was missing. Downloaded Realtek LAN driver and installed it, then everything was working fine. I hope this may help.

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  2. Anonymous

    Pros: -Adaptive Sync and ELMB sync at the same time. Yes, it works, with some caveats. -Great contrast. -Lots of features, highly specced VA panel. -Minimal ghosting, even without ELMB enabled. Cons: -Not well calibrated out of the box. -ELMB introduces noticeably bad strobing at lower frame rates (below about 55). -Weak HDR. -The multi-directional knob sticks slightly on my sample (not sure if it’s a one-off or affects all samples). Overall Review: If you want both adaptive sync and back light strobbing at the same time, this is the way to go. Just be aware of the strengths and weaknesses of both technologies (ELMB significantly lowers the brightness of the display). The monitor is no slouch, even without ELMB enabled. If you’re looking for a curved 32″ 1440p, 144hz monitor, you could certainly do worse.

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  3. Badruddoza K.

    Pros: -G-Sync Compatible -IPS Panel -165hz overclock -Sensible button placement for OSD menu, they’re also physical and not touch buttons Cons: -OSD Menu could be expanded on. You can tweak the GameVisual presets but I wish they had just thrown in a “User” preset. At the moment I have tweaked “Racing Mode” to be my daily driver user mode. -HDRn’t…. can we stop calling monitors with peak 300-350nits with no full dimming arrays HDR? -ELMB Sync brightness does vary quite a bit in my testing so I chose to not use the feature. Overall Review: Overall this is a great monitor but do not get this for the “HDR”. If you’re in the market for a monitor that’s 1440p, IPS, 1ms, G-Sync Compatible and can hit 165hz, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better deal than this.

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  4. James S.

    Pros: Screaming fast with a 3900x Ryzen 12 core. Mine came with the latest BIOS already. Threw in the GSkill Trident 32GB 3600 kit with it. Cons: Windows 10 O/s is incompatible with WIFI out of the box. Causes BSOD on install and boot. Needs different driver before you enable it again in BIOS. Overall Review: I did read the reviews. The person who mentioned the Blue Screen of Death is caused by the networking adapter is telling the truth. It mentioned the NDIS driver which is a network driver. Its the Intel WIFI adapter specifically which requires you to disable the WIFI option in BIOS. Install windows 10 and then go to the motherboard’s website for the WIFI driver and install it and then enable it again in BIOS to use it. The driver that comes with the latest Windows 10 install is bad in 1909 build. Which is the latest build since this review. The driver on the ASUS website will replace bad driver with a working one that does not cause a BSOD. Found out the ram I got was running at 2400 which indeed I have bought the 3600 one. Found out its not called XMP in bios but DOCP setting that reads and puts in the XMP profile so it works at 3600 speed. Which that really boosted the performance. I will redo the review for this board if any issues arise. I just hope the onboard audio does not fail like it did on me like it did with an ASUS 990FX R2.0 board which I read was common. Also to those thinking about using the onboard HDMI or Display ports. Those are not usable unless you install a processor with a part number that has a G at the end of it which means it has graphics built into the processor. This is not only for ASUS board this applies to other mother boards with HDMI and display ports. For example AMD Ryzen 3 2200G or the AMD Ryzen 5 2400G will make the HDMI Display port work. I would personally rather have more powerful processor than putting up with integrated graphics and use a real video card for your display needs.

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  5. Taylor M.

    Pros: Works as expected once the BSOD issues were fixed. Cons: It took me two full days of frustration to figure out that disabling Bluetooth and WiFi in BIOS would stop Windows from cashing constantly. Overall Review: I’ve been building my own systems for about 10 years. I decided to switch from Intel to AMD for the multi-core/hyperthreading capabilities. This was the most challenging build I’ve ever done. Previously I did my research, ordered my parts, put them together, and everything just worked. This time when I installed Windows it wouldn’t run for more than 5-10 minutes without crashing, typically with a BSOD. I tried various hardware and BIOS settings for the RAM, video card, and hard drive. I tried updating Windows and installing different versions, sometimes Windows would BSOD during an update or even BSOD during the initial installation. I was just about to return this motherboard because it appeared to be defective but by sheer luck I disabled WiFi and Bluetooth in the BIOS and suddenly everything just worked. I’ve been using the system for two days now with no crashing what-so-ever. I’ll state this clearly for anyone who may have a similar issue, disabling Wi-Fi Controller and Bluetooth Controller in the BIOS fixed my BSOD issue. I’m not sure if the issue was caused by one or both of those settings, but since I don’t need either of them and my system is working now I haven’t been interested in changing either of them back to test it.

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  6. Anonymous

    Pros: Does what it needs to do works like a pro Overall Review: I would recommend this to anyone

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  7. zmangum17

    Pros: – Visually gorgeous – RGB – Overall fantastic with minor complaints Cons: – Only one CPU and two case fan headers. – No built-in Wi-Fi or Bluetooth Overall Review: This is simply a beautiful mobo. I love this thing. The RGB is understated but still nice visually. BIOS is intuitive. Only negatives are two fan headers aside from the CPU header and no built-in Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. Still not enough to take away an egg. This is a solid choice for a gaming mobo. Plenty of USB connections and good options for overclocking.

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  8. Anonymous

    Pros: Everything but the picture by picture mode. Cons: Picture by picture mode. I purchased this monitor specifically for the PBP and PIP modes. The images show two full half-screen images in the PBP mode, but this is NOT what you get. The best you can hope for is two half-height images making them too small to do much of anything. Overall Review: If you want ultrawide this isn’t a bad choice. Just know the PBP mode is NOT as advertised in the images.

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  9. Anonymous

    Pros: – BIOS Flashback Feature is great – VRM Heatsinks – Audio circuit has an interesting design (it’s shielded) – Asus grade build quality Overall Review: I’ve never been disappointed with Asus motherboards. Their boards are extremely solid. At first my Ryzen 5500 didn’t work with the motherboard (as expected) but with the BIOS flashback feature I was able to very quickly update the bios. Asus says you need a USB stick with a capacity more than 1GB but it worked with a 1GB stick I had, just make sure the USB stick is FAT32 formatted. Also, LAN drivers that came with the CD didn’t work so I downloaded the latest driver from Realtek’s website, Ethernet works great now.

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