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Decent price for a RX 5700 XT.
I would note this card is meant to work well but can be loud according to reviews.
I am really confused with all those model number, 570 580, 5700, 1650, 1660, 1060 ……
This card (5700XT) is the fastest current gen AMD card.
It beats all of the other cards you listed, by a good margin.
It's also fairly well regarded as the best bang for buck (and overall) mid-range card for 1440p gaming, and trades blows with the more expensive nVidia RTX 2070 and 2070 Super cards…
It destroys everything at 1080p too, if you after 120+ monitor refresh hz.
Do you have experience with the 5700? I read that the drivers are a nightmare. Is it that serious?
I have the 5700xt, and can confirm the drivers are a pain in the ass. I would pick up a 2060S or wait for a deal on a 2070 tier GFX card if you don't want to spend hours online trying to figure out exactly what combination of hardware acceleration and GFX card settings won't make your computer crash every other hour
That's fair, to someone who does't follow this stuff it's super cryptic. Nvidia are even worse rn with the Super and Ti versions of everything.
It's become way to crowded. But obviously that low to mid range is where so much sales are so they crowd it further for every single possible budget….
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Which cards should I look for if I don't want to run with loud cards?
Rule of thumb is to go with non blower cards (no single fan at end)
Not to shit on all blower fans, as some are quiet noisy. I have MSI reference 5700XT and it's quiet as, I have had no issues with sound.
Entirely depends on the build. Blower is quite good for small form factor.
The Gigabyte Gaming OC 5700 XT is quiet and often on sale. But it isn't currently.
Unfortunately there hasn't been any quiet cards on sale for the last few weeks i have been looking.
If you want quiet I would look for the cheapest of:
- Gigabyte Gaming OC
- MSI Gaming X
- Asus Strix
- Either of the Powercolor Dragons cards
- Sapphire Pulse
I would also avoid the Asus Tuf model which is meant to be awful.
225W power consumption seems night?
I mean it seems to be high
The reference GPU is also 225w
It is the loudest 5700XT on the market and also gets quite hot - see link video. I almost bought it the other day but luckily saw this review and others. I instead bought the MSI Radeon RX 5700 XT Gaming X from umart (it was on special for $619 2 days ago).
I can't see the mech OC on the graph?
I'm here because FTC computers are trash and useless business. No replies and made me wait forever for a refund yet it shipped…..
OK… but this is a Umart deal.. not FTC
Because they didn't ship my gpu now I'm looking for a new deal
bought the gaming oc with FTC and had no problems whatsoever. they were really good.
I'm not a Nvidia fan but it seems to me that the gtx2070 is a fair bit better for not a lot of money.
$667.86 [RTX2070VENTUSGP] MSI nVidia Geforce RTX 2070 VENTUS GP 8GB GDDR6
Further I feel that like AMD cards are always on special but hardly ever of the higher end Nvidia cards.
If the best AMD card is under $600 then its really just a mid range card. ANd this is from some one who hasnt bought nvidia for 15yrs 20yrs?
The 2070 Super is a better card.. but the 2070 isn't
Yes the 2070 Super might beat the 5700XT in most games (by less than 10% though)
But it costs around $200 more, the cheapest "blower" at PCCG is $770 for the 2070 Super! So why is it even compared at that higher price tier?
It reminds me of the RX480 vs GTX1060 everyone ran out and bought the 1060 just because it initially benched a little better, but all of the DX12 and Vulkan stuff was just around the corner and a well read buyer would have known the RX480 would end up blowing that 1060 away… Which it did.
Far too many of the reviewers are clearly on the green team payroll.
2070 Supers are regularly $650-700
Which reviewers do you recommend?
I dont know why youve been negged, I feel like this was a fair forum post. +1
$24 postage? Who is delivering it? Elvis?