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Newegg has Gigabyte Radeon RX 5700 XT OC 8GB 256-Bit GDDR6 Gaming Graphics Card on sale for $399.99 - $20 Off w/ promo code VGAPCRW428 (apply in cart) = $379.99. Shipping is free. Thanks jayeeyee

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Newegg has the GIGABYTE Radeon RX 5700 XT GAMING OC 8GB 256-Bit GDDR6 Video Card (GV-R57XTGAMING OC-8GD) for $399.99 - $20.00 w/ promo code VGAPCRW428 = $379.99. Shipping is Free.

Comes with Xbox Game Pass and your choice of Borderlands 3 or Tom Clancy Ghost Recon Breakpoint.

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An "insane" deal for a 5700 XT would be <$300. In any case, the 5700 series cards perform great but have major stability and driver issues. It usually requires jumping through hoops to get it stable (see for example: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Si...=10269023).

If you somehow win the dice roll and get great hardware, you still have to deal with driver issues. I tried to upgrade to a 5700 XT recently (from an RX 480) but it was a nightmare so the card went back and I stuck with the 480. I did some research before I bought it and a lot of research when it had problems and since then. I'm not convinced AMD GPUs are worth it right now. Yes, you get more performance per dollar (at this level) than with Nvidia but that's only if it happens to work. Every type of card and manufacturer will have problems but recent AMD card have major driver issues. Read the reviews; recent ones still mention problems. Every once in a while you get people without issues but almost everyone who has commented online has driver issues (could be a biased sample but in this case I think it reflects reality). 5700 series cards have been out for months now and still have the issues. They might be worth another look in 6 months but AMD hasn't fixed the driver mess yet.
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Nice card but I wouldn't consider $20 off a deal
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Nice card but I wouldn't consider $20 off a deal
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Nice card but I wouldn't consider $20 off a deal
cheaper than a 2060 super, this is an insane price and you get a free game as well

this wont last long
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Bought the XFX 5700 and flashing to XT as suggested by some peeps. I was looking at a 2060, but after some comparisons... I saw otherwise.
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Nice card but I wouldn't consider $20 off a deal
It may be only $20 off the Newegg price but it is at least $40 off where it has been selling just a week or so ago. I suspect the 5700 prices (both XT and non-XT models) will go lower with NVidia lowering their prices on the RTX 2060 models.
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Heck of a deal... especially with Gigabyte's outstanding 3 year warranty.
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It may be only $20 off the Newegg price but it is at least $40 off where it has been selling just a week or so ago. I suspect the 5700 prices (both XT and non-XT models) will go lower with NVidia lowering their prices on the RTX 2060 models.
The 2060 are going down due to the 5600XT. The 5700 and 5700xt will go down when the newer Nvidia cards drop not when they suddenly drop prices on their ancient cards.
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cheaper than a 2060 super, this is an insane price and you get a free game as well

this wont last long
There's been 5700xt's for this price and bundle for a while now
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cheaper than a 2060 super, this is an insane price and you get a free game as well

this wont last long
An "insane" deal for a 5700 XT would be <$300. In any case, the 5700 series cards perform great but have major stability and driver issues. It usually requires jumping through hoops to get it stable (see for example: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Si...=10269023).

If you somehow win the dice roll and get great hardware, you still have to deal with driver issues. I tried to upgrade to a 5700 XT recently (from an RX 480) but it was a nightmare so the card went back and I stuck with the 480. I did some research before I bought it and a lot of research when it had problems and since then. I'm not convinced AMD GPUs are worth it right now. Yes, you get more performance per dollar (at this level) than with Nvidia but that's only if it happens to work. Every type of card and manufacturer will have problems but recent AMD card have major driver issues. Read the reviews; recent ones still mention problems. Every once in a while you get people without issues but almost everyone who has commented online has driver issues (could be a biased sample but in this case I think it reflects reality). 5700 series cards have been out for months now and still have the issues. They might be worth another look in 6 months but AMD hasn't fixed the driver mess yet.
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There's been 5700xt's for this price and bundle for a while now
not this card, this is one of the best 5700s
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not this card, this is one of the best 5700s
For what reasons? Thermals? I've been eyeing a triple fan but don't know which one to pick
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An "insane" deal for a 5700 XT would be <$300. In any case, the 5700 series cards perform great but have major stability and driver issues. It usually requires jumping through hoops to get it stable (see, for example: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Si...=10269023) [newegg.com].

If you somehow win the dice roll and get great hardware, you still have to deal with driver issues. I tried to upgrade to a 5700 XT recently (from an RX 480) but it was a nightmare so the card went back and I stuck with the 480. I did some research before I bought it and a lot of research when it had problems and since then. I'm not convinced AMD GPUs are worth it right now. Yes, you get more performance per dollar (at this level) than with Nvidia but that's only if it happens to work. Every type of card and manufacturer will have problems but recent AMD card have major driver issues. Read the reviews; recent ones still mention driver problems. Every once in a while you get people without issues but almost everyone has driver issues. 5700 series cards have been out for months now and still have the issues. They might be worth another look in 6 months but AMD hasn't fixed the driver mess yet.
Crazy how they still haven't fixed the drivers yet on these cards, I bought a 5700 card a couple months ago and had to return it as well due to driver issues.
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For what reasons? Thermals? I've been eyeing a triple fan but don't know which one to pick
thermals, performance, everything. The only better 5700 is the nitro+ and red devil but youre gonna be paying a bit more for both of those which isnt worth the jump in price to most people
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thermals, performance, everything. The only better 5700 is the nitro+ and red devil but youre gonna be paying a bit more for both of those which isnt worth the jump in price to most people
Out of the 3 you mentioned, if they were the and price, which should you choose
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