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Recommended. I've run this for the past week or so in my new build and it's powerful, well built, quiet and a good value. Can be flashed with the XT bios of you want to run a little faster.
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What NVidia is this comparable to?
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What NVidia is this comparable to?
The 5700 is in the league of the Nvidia 2060 Super, maybe 2070 non-super. There are plenty of performance test stats available out there via hardware comparison websites. Of note, and this may be just a rumor, AMD may be adding ray tracing support soon via driver update.
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At least it should be a bit better than reference cooler, and 5700 has less issues than 5700 XT. Probably because of the slightly lower power requirements. People underestimate peak power draw of these cards, it shuts down even some nice 600+W PSUs.
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At least it should be a bit better than reference cooler, and 5700 has less issues than 5700 XT. Probably because of the slightly lower power requirements. People underestimate peak power draw of these cards, it shuts down even some nice 600+W PSUs.
I have a 600 watt power supply. Would an RTX 2080 be more or less power hungry ?
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I have a 600 watt power supply. Would an RTX 2080 be more or less power hungry ?
I did not have problems with a mid-range 600W 80+ White cert PSU and RTX 2080 cards, used a few. But I did have issues with crashing 5700 XT on the same PSU, problem went away after switching to 700W Bronze on all of these. So 5700 XT somehow sometimes shoots through the max limit these PSUs can provide, although overall consumption is well below available limits. RTX 2080 is more stable without spikes. from what I can tell.
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At least it should be a bit better than reference cooler, and 5700 has less issues than 5700 XT. Probably because of the slightly lower power requirements. People underestimate peak power draw of these cards, it shuts down even some nice 600+W PSUs.
I was getting 5700 XT shutdowns with a nice and new 750w PSU (Corsair bronze). I chalked it up to a bad card though and am in the process of getting a refund. Power draw is something to pay attention to but many of the 5700 XTs have stability problems. That's even more reason to go with a 5700 instead.
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The 5700 is in the league of the Nvidia 2060 Super, maybe 2070 non-super. There are plenty of performance test stats available out there via hardware comparison websites. Of note, and this may be just a rumor, AMD may be adding ray tracing support soon via driver update.
Ray tracing is hardware dependent. Otherwise Nvidia would have it supported on GTX series already. There's no chance such a feature can be added by a "driver update".
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Ray tracing is hardware dependent. Otherwise Nvidia would have it supported on GTX series already. There's no chance such a feature can be added by a "driver update".
Can't be confirmed, but this article is worth a read: https://www.techradar.com/amp/new...s-december
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now that the RX 5500 XT is out i do not see the 5700 prices retreating.....
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Would this be a really good upgrade from GTX 980TI bought in 2016 or so-so?
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Have this, runs quiet. Temps idle 40-50c. Gaming tops out 73-77c edge and 90-95c hot spot. In a case with sort of bad airflow
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Would this be a really good upgrade from GTX 980TI bought in 2016 or so-so?
I'd say 5700 XT would be the minimum you'd want to upgrade to. 980 ti is still a pretty good mid tier card
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the 5700 xt is so much better for a little more money
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