Dataland launches Radeon RX 5700 X-Serial Series

Published: 24th Oct 2019, 10:26 GMT   Comments

Dataland revealed their brand new X-Serial custom Radeon models. 

X-Serial welcome Navi 10

Dataland, a sub-brand of TUL corporation released X-Serial models based on Radeon RX 5700 SKUs. Two cards were added to the lineup, including XT and non-XT variants. The X-Serial are semi-custom series featuring dual-fan cooling solution. They are not full-custom designs, as they retain some of the key features of reference RX 5700 models.

The RX 5700 X-Serial series are not factory-overclocked. The PCB has been modified and it appears to be the same as for PowerColor’s Red Dragon series (PowerColor is also part of TUL). This means the cards feature 6+8-pin power connectors and a default set of display connectors: 3x DisplayPort and 1x HDMI, but with a custom I/O bracket with X-Serial logo.

The X-Serial models are likely not to be sold outside China.

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