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Newegg has MSI Radeon RX 5600 XT DirectX 12 RX 5600 XT MECH OCBV 6GB 192-Bit GDDR6 PCI Express 4.0 HDCP Ready Video Card on sale for $254.99 after code and after rebate

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Hmmm...the product pages says it has the upgraded 14gbps memory clock. I was considering the Sapphire Pulse but I'm tempted. Does anyone have any feedback on this brand's reliability?
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The MSI mech card runs the fans much faster to keep the temps down. Basically it is the loudest 5600 xt & has a lightweight heatsink. One of the YouTube reviewers recommended keeping the lower clocked bios for the MSI mech card.
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Also includes Resident Evil 3 for free.
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So pass Mark shows the super 2060 as beating this card and it seems like it just popped up for 40 bucks more. What am I missing as Nvidia has much better support for the drivers and it's at least got its foot in the door for future proof ray tracing and DLSS which is coming along pretty well.

EDIT: I own a VR arcade and am looking to build 10 new systems. so I'm trying to maximize my benefit for the minimum amount of money knowing that I probably will change all the cards to the 30XX line during the holidays when they go on sale. But I'm racking my brain in the meantime trying to find a motherboard and CPU and memory and GPU setup that gets me in under a grand as far as I can but also knows ahead of time that I will be replacing the cards that I buy now within a year.
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I dont think 2060S will be good enough to play a ray tracing game even at 1080p
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So pass Mark shows the super 2060 as beating this card and it seems like it just popped up for 40 bucks more. What am I missing as Nvidia has much better support for the drivers and it's at least got its foot in the door for future proof ray tracing and DLSS which is coming along pretty well.

EDIT: I own a VR arcade and am looking to build 10 new systems. so I'm trying to maximize my benefit for the minimum amount of money knowing that I probably will change all the cards to the 30XX line during the holidays when they go on sale. But I'm racking my brain in the meantime trying to find a motherboard and CPU and memory and GPU setup that gets me in under a grand as far as I can but also knows ahead of time that I will be replacing the cards that I buy now within a year.
VR arcade? That's interesting, never heard of it. How does that work?
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Some regular rtx 2060's are around $300. I don't believe any Super 2060's have been near that.
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So pass Mark shows the super 2060 as beating this card and it seems like it just popped up for 40 bucks more. What am I missing as Nvidia has much better support for the drivers and it's at least got its foot in the door for future proof ray tracing and DLSS which is coming along pretty well.

EDIT: I own a VR arcade and am looking to build 10 new systems. so I'm trying to maximize my benefit for the minimum amount of money knowing that I probably will change all the cards to the 30XX line during the holidays when they go on sale. But I'm racking my brain in the meantime trying to find a motherboard and CPU and memory and GPU setup that gets me in under a grand as far as I can but also knows ahead of time that I will be replacing the cards that I buy now within a year.
Any 20xx series card will not be as productive for a business, with the need for ray tracing, as the 30xx cards will be. The 5600xt is a fantastic card for maxing setting at 1080p. At this price it's the best option, imo.

As for those parts for under a grand, the AMD 3300x is a new CPU available this June 8th, and it will pair with a b450 motherboard. Those 2 will be at 200ish with tax. Memory you can get on ebay, 32 gb for 110 as of today. This card at 255 makes 555 or 600ish after tax.
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VR arcade? That's interesting, never heard of it. How does that work?
Google LBE. We are a location based business that specializes in VR. An example of an LBE is a movie theater or an arcade or more specifically something kind of like Chuck e Cheese. We're just an adult version of that and coming into our places like stepping onto a movie set as opposed to some guys garage. Our crew help people in and out of the headsets and we have two paths that you can do. One is playing popular games that we license which most places don't legally do but I don't like to run my business that way, and then the other one is in-house created games that lead to different things than provided by the other line.

Taking advantage of the downtime and refinancing a new location hence the need for 10 new rigs on top of what we already have.
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Hmmm...the product pages says it has the upgraded 14gbps memory clock. I was considering the Sapphire Pulse but I'm tempted. Does anyone have any feedback on this brand's reliability?
If money not a problem, sapphire pulse is way better
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Any 20xx series card will not be as productive for a business, with the need for ray tracing, as the 30xx cards will be. The 5600xt is a fantastic card for maxing setting at 1080p. At this price it's the best option, imo.

As for those parts for under a grand, the AMD 3300x is a new CPU available this June 8th, and it will pair with a b450 motherboard. Those 2 will be at 200ish with tax. Memory you can get on ebay, 32 gb for 110 as of today. This card at 255 makes 555 or 600ish after tax.
I've been looking at the 3600 and a beef 450 motherboard with some usable 3200 ram. There's a lot of these little deals popping up and around on the site lately but one wouldn't line up with the other and I've got $10,000 worth of stuff sitting in my cart at Newegg but I can't pull the trigger because either something comes up or something goes down or promo code goes on or off and we're also in the middle of working with the bank so everything is kind of In a hold pattern becausethey literally pulled tellers off the line and train them on how to do the PPP loan paperwork. They're absolutely completely overrun. Which means people like me have to wait for financing and commercial loan stuff.

But I'm trying to take that time to make sure I buy the exact right things that I need for going into the new setups. And as a lifelong Intel user It was difficult for me to accept that AMD had some better chips but it seems like Intel is just become complacent and doesn't seem to be pushing the ball forward whatsoever anymore. Everybody from digital foundry to people inside my industry specifically, basically say the 3600 is the best buy right now and it will last for quite some time. So that means the GPU is the bottleneck but not as a necessarily the video throughput but the fact that it's the bottleneck because it's a part that's going to need to be replaced sooner than the rest because everything's going to change. And with VR you have to render everything twice so it really eats up resources even with reprojection and all these other amazing things they figured out. It still pulls a ton of power and a ton of frames and the way we do things is to make sure that the hardware we provide for you to play in does not ever miss a frame. At least that's the goal because that's really what makes people sick in VR. If they're getting under 90 frames a second and dropped frames from whatever reason, even if you don't consciously recognize that your brain does and that's what farks with people's brains.
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Any 20xx series card will not be as productive for a business, with the need for ray tracing, as the 30xx cards will be. The 5600xt is a fantastic card for maxing setting at 1080p. At this price it's the best option, imo.

As for those parts for under a grand, the AMD 3300x is a new CPU available this June 8th, and it will pair with a b450 motherboard. Those 2 will be at 200ish with tax. Memory you can get on ebay, 32 gb for 110 as of today. This card at 255 makes 555 or 600ish after tax.
Also I appreciate reply thank you.
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I dont think 2060S will be good enough to play a ray tracing game even at 1080p
And you'd be right
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