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Sapphire Pulse Radeon GPU: RX 590 8GB PCIe GPU $189.99, RX 580 8GB PCIe GPU $169.99, RX 570 4GB PCIe GPU $119.99 + 3-Mon Xbox Game Pass for PC + DMC 5 PCDD + FS via Newegg

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Now we are talking. No rebates and DMC5 definitely sweetened the deal.
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7 of these or the ZOTAC 2080 Ti ? Big Grin
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7 of these or the ZOTAC 2080 Ti ? Big Grin
Just get 7 of these, steal your neighbors electricity, and mine crypto for a couple years. Then you'll be able to buy a 2080 Ti and enjoy your copies of DMC 5 on ultra.

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This is fantastic!

$5 off the Sapphire 590

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Can anyone advise? This one or Gigabyte 590, same price but with rebate.
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Can anyone advise? This one or Gigabyte 590, same price but with rebate.
Same question here. Which is a better build?
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Can anyone advise? This one or Gigabyte 590, same price but with rebate.
From what I can see, the 590 will create more heat but will give a marginal increase in performance. For me, I'm thinking the 580 is the right option.
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From what I can see, the 590 will create more heat but will give a marginal increase in performance. For me, I'm thinking the 580 is the right option.
Thank you for your opinion, but my question was, which one is better sapphire 590 or Gigabyte 590?
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Thank you for your opinion, but my question was, which one is better sapphire 590 or Gigabyte 590?
I'd go with Sapphire over gigabyte any day. Sapphire cards have been extremely reliable for me, and the fact that all 3 of these pulse cards feature quick connect, they're worthwhile. Quick connect allows easy fan replacement just in case something happens, plus the clock speeds on the sapphire cards is usually on the higher end for each model.
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Anyone know if this card will work with a Dell Precision T5500 workstation? Doing some research it looks like some RX 570 and 580 work but I am not sure if it is brand specific. I've seen ASUS version RX 580 work with it however I am afraid that my outdated legacy BIOS would not support it. Any help would be appreciated. Didn't want to buy a big ole paperweight if it wasn't compatible.
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Thank you for your opinion, but my question was, which one is better sapphire 590 or Gigabyte 590?
Yeah, just like @jaywallner3131 said, I've heard Sapphire makes a higher quality card vs Gigabyte across their entire line, not just this specific card. However that's not from personal experience, but rather stalking these GPU deal threads and reading reviews over the last few years.
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Thank you for your opinion, but my question was, which one is better sapphire 590 or Gigabyte 590?
I vote sapphire as well over the gigabyte.
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