Both the RX 5700 and 5700 XT are very similar in their physical dimensions – measuring in at 265x95x33mm. The XT is 5-10mm longer due to the design.
As you can see, a single fan is used within a Vapor Chamber cooling solution. The 5700 is rather plain, donning a smooth, gun metal finish and the Radeon insignia. While the XT features a ridged design which adds a bit more style and depth to the unit. Both cards benefit from an aluminium shroud. The XT includes a backplate wrap around, but the standard 5700 does not.
Both 5700 and 5700 XT utilise the same rear IO ports – bringing AMD Radeon FreeSync 2 HDR support. We have triple DP 1.4 and single HDMI 2.0b, which should provide flexibility for multi-screen use. The ventilation is also on this side – the vapour chamber solution pushes heat out of this section.
Again, in a similar vein, both models require a 8+6-pin connection from the PSU for power delivery.