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Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 580 8GB Video Card $170 AC @Newegg RX 570 / $120; RX 590 / $190 AC

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About $13+ added to total for taxes on newegg website.
The cards are a better deal on ebay if you have the 10% ebay bucks activation, thus giving you back in $19 dollars in ebay bucks. So even with coupon on the newegg site, the total for the 590 would still be around $203.

For eBay, total would be $208.64 and then minus $19.50 for the ebay bucks earning to bring towards the end of the bux period, landing you at $189.14.

But what kinda sucks is the eBay bux earning is seen like a rebate, you have to wait. And no added value games included, and xBox gaming pass.
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This card's price doesn't budge do they. The 580 should be around $100 by now with no rebates.
Sapphire cards are slow to go down. They will milk it. $100 is unreasonable though. This card new fair price would be $135ish.
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This card's price doesn't budge do they. The 580 should be around $100 by now with no rebates.
I don't know. For a card that significantly beats a 1650 (although using a TON more power to do so), $100 for the 580 would be an absolute steal.
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This card's price doesn't budge do they. The 580 should be around $100 by now with no rebates.
even with rebates is pushing it a bit but that wold be great
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Probably a uneducated question...

Will the RX580 work correctly in a MacPro 3,1?

Any catches or limitations for that platform?

Better RX580 card to select?
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Probably a uneducated question...

Will the RX580 work correctly in a MacPro 3,1?

Any catches or limitations for that platform?

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According to this thread it appears not:
https://forums.macrumors.com/thre...1.2154502/
Hardware might be too old. I have this card working in a 5,1 mac pro. I'm not sure at what point the mac pros can handle a newer card like this.
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They must be clearing inventory for new 5500 and 5600 next month release
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Should I replace my dying 750Ti with a 580, a 1660Ti, or wait for the new AMD ones (even if just for a price drop)?
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May as well go for the 590 on this thread deal because of the little price differences. 1660Ti costs a bit more.

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Should I replace my dying 750Ti with a 580, a 1660Ti, or wait for the new AMD ones (even if just for a price drop)?
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quick question for the tech savvy. Been out of the loop for over a decade. Still running my 2009 build (i7 920) with ATI radeon 4850 from 2011. Mobo is P6T Deluxe. Basically all quality components for the time but obviously outdated. I want to play some of the newer games on 1080p starting with the witcher 3. Could I just pop in one of these cards that and go? Or do i need to replace whole system? Not looking to do much intensive tasks but occasional video editing from phones and such.
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Should I replace my dying 750Ti with a 580, a 1660Ti, or wait for the new AMD ones (even if just for a price drop)?
1660 ti
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From your system info, the bottom neck is going to be your system. You're gonna feel it with witcher 3. If you are going to use your current system, go with Nvidia to reduce the chance of the driver issues for older systems. Adding more RAM is not going to do much. You may drop all the graphics game settings to low. The gameplay graphics may look and feel like 2011.

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quick question for the tech savvy. Been out of the loop for over a decade. Still running my 2009 build (i7 920) with ATI radeon 4850 from 2011. Mobo is P6T Deluxe. Basically all quality components for the time but obviously outdated. I want to play some of the newer games on 1080p starting with the witcher 3. Could I just pop in one of these cards that and go? Or do i need to replace whole system? Not looking to do much intensive tasks but occasional video editing from phones and such.
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It's a PITA to get sound over HDMI with these AMD Radeon cards.
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