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XFX Radeon RX 5700 8GB GDDR6 Graphics Card + PCDD Game + 3-Mo. Xbox Game Pass $290

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Is this actually a good price for this GPU, or has it been cheaper recently?
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Is this actually a good price for this GPU, or has it been cheaper recently?
From someone absolutely obsessed with researching these lately, yes that is a very good price. The only one that beats it is microcenter which has one of these reference 5700 cards for $280 currently. That being said, the reviews I've watched say that paying a little extra for better thermals and noise is recommended so that's something to think about. But, on the other hand, when the cut the price by this much maybe it's worth it.
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Which 5700 would you recommend for a small case ?
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If you sell the goodies to lower the effective price I think it'd be hard to beat the price to performance ratio of this card at approximately $250.

I'm looking into a build for a buddy and I would love to know what card people think have a better price to performance ratio. Maybe a 580/590 but that's a bit more budget.
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Hmmm pounce on this or hope a better AIB 5700 deal comes around on or before Black Friday? Does anyone own one already? Is the reference card really that bad?
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Which 5700 would you recommend for a small case ?
Blower cards might be a tad louder in some scenarios, but they are better for small cases as they pull air from inside and dump it outside. This would do well
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Hmmm pounce on this or hope a better AIB 5700 deal comes around on or before Black Friday? Does anyone own one already? Is the reference card really that bad?
As a proud owner for the reference R9 290x and the reference GTX 480, no, the reference 5700 isn't even close as being bad.. LMAO
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I rarely see good BF pricing on video cards, especially newest gen hardware. It happens but don't hold your breath.
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If you sell the goodies to lower the effective price I think it'd be hard to beat the price to performance ratio of this card at approximately $250.

I'm looking into a build for a buddy and I would love to know what card people think have a better price to performance ratio. Maybe a 580/590 but that's a bit more budget.
A little difficult of a sell for the extras in that to redeem the game or 3-month code, there is an AMD checker to make sure you have their hardware installed in order to redeem. I've learned this from trying to redeem my buddy's code he didn't need. Don't know if *any* AMD card is what it needs, but I had no chance of fooling it with my nvidia card.
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I got this exact card with the Best Buy Google Shopping deal last week. I've owned several other blower style cards before and this is by far the best. I did the 5700 XT bios flash mod and it's running stable. Overclocked to 2000mhz at 1170 mV in Wattman. Set the fan curve to max out at 50%. Max temp I see while gaming, AC Odyssey at 1440p Very High settings, is 81 degrees. You can definitely hear the fan, but it is not loud at all. It is quieter then the AIB GTX 1070 I replaced this with. Highly recommended for this price.
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Thanks for the input yeah this will be my first build I am kind of torn between trying to future proof a bit for a higher price (Ryzen 7 3700x and 2070 Super) or just build a kick ass budget machine (Ryzen 5 3600 and 5700 XT)... hard to justify spending about 20% more for maybe 5% FPS gains using current game design. Pretty much ready to pull the trigger but my house is so small if my wife hears this thing the next room over I will he dealing with a whole other noise issue 😂
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I got this exact card with the Best Buy Google Shopping deal last week. I've owned several other blower style cards before and this is by far the best. I did the 5700 XT bios flash mod and it's running stable. Overclocked to 2000mhz at 1170 mV in Wattman. Set the fan curve to max out at 50%. Max temp I see while gaming, AC Odyssey at 1440p Very High settings, is 81 degrees. You can definitely hear the fan, but it is not loud at all. It is quieter then the AIB GTX 1070 I replaced this with. Highly recommended for this price.
Any driver issues? Sounds like your temps are good... just trying to figure out how loud is "loud".
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If you sell the goodies to lower the effective price I think it'd be hard to beat the price to performance ratio of this card at approximately $250.

I'm looking into a build for a buddy and I would love to know what card people think have a better price to performance ratio. Maybe a 580/590 but that's a bit more budget.
You cannot sell the free game. The redemption code takes you to AMDRewards.com and forces a check on your computer for the purchased hardware before installation of the selected game. So I guess you could sell it to someone else with a 5700.

Here's the email from Newegg:

Step 1: Purchase an eligible product or system containing an eligible Radeon™ graphics card or AMD Ryzen™ processor to receive a Coupon Code from participating retailer or e-tailer.

Step 2: Make sure the eligible product is installed into the computer from which the redemption is being made. If a system was purchased, the product may already be installed.

Step 3: Login or set up your AMDRewards.com profile.

Step 4: Enter Coupon Code. Coupon Code is required to verify installation of the qualifying product with the Product Verification Tool (PVT). The PVT will prompt you to download a file onto your computer. Accepting all terms of the desktop PVT will allow it to run and verify hardware.
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Thanks for the input yeah this will be my first build I am kind of torn between trying to future proof a bit for a higher price (Ryzen 7 3700x and 2070 Super) or just build a kick ass budget machine (Ryzen 5 3600 and 5700 XT)... hard to justify spending about 20% more for maybe 5% FPS gains using current game design. Pretty much ready to pull the trigger but my house is so small if my wife hears this thing the next room over I will he dealing with a whole other noise issue 😂

I say, go for the 3700X but with a 5700XT. If you're leaning more to gaming than processing media, streaming, then the 3600 will serve you better.
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