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I got a friend a new AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT for $420 plus taxes.

I feel bad for him. I'm not into video gaming but he does video editing etc.

Is it worth returning it for this one? Please advise.
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I'd be gaming at 1080, not anything higher, because it's hooked up to an older Sharp TV. This computer is basically my secondary one, with my primary running a Sapphire RX 590.
I've read that the 4gb version of the rx 5500xt tends to have issues, that for some reason the 8gb version seems to not have. This seems like a solid deal for the 570, but I think that going with a 5500 xt would be wiser, as long as you avoid the 4gb versions. For the price though, this rx 570 should be decently at 1080p medium-high settings in most games
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I got a friend a new AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT for $420 plus taxes.

I feel bad for him. I'm not into video gaming but he does video editing etc.

Is it worth returning it for this one? Please advise.
Wow, got him a 5700 XT? Can you be my friend?!?!

They're completely different cards, like comparing a Ferrari with an Mazda. If he's only video editing then he might be able to get away with a 570....hard to say without knowing what else he does.
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this card is power hungry compare to rx 5500, right? and both are in same price range (-/+ 5%) and same performance?
5500xt is on par with the rx 580 after the updates it seems. This on overclock can touch that level of performance but with higher fan speed and noise I assume.
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Just to help save you some effort, you'll have a hard time finding a used RX 570 8GB under ~$100, and that's if you're lucky and vigilant. That's pretty much the case for anything RX 470/480/570/580. The low end of the used market hovers around $90-$130, with a bit higher of a bracket for GTX 1060, and even higher for GTX 16XX and 5X00 XT.
Another point re used cards, you don't know and the seller won't tell you if the
card has been run 24/7 for ages or just casually used for web surfing, etc.
RX 560, 570, & 580 have been on the market for Three plus years!
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anyone knows what each word in title really means?

In particular, what does ' ...PCI Express x16 (Uses x8) ... ' really mean?
Is this card x16 or x8. what is 'uses x8'?
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anyone knows what each word in title really means?

In particular, what does ' ...PCI Express x16 (Uses x8) ... ' really mean?
Is this card x16 or x8. what is 'uses x8'?
That's meaningless. No graphics card comes close to even matching the bandwidth limitations of the PCI E 3.0 bus
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That's meaningless. No graphics card comes close to even matching the bandwidth limitations of the PCI E 3.0 bus
Thanks for a reply. That's great no card can match limits of PCIe3 bus. However, I am not really interested in limits; although its very good to know about the limits. I am more interested in what 'uses x8' means...
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Just to help save you some effort, you'll have a hard time finding a used RX 570 8GB under ~$100, and that's if you're lucky and vigilant. That's pretty much the case for anything RX 470/480/570/580. The low end of the used market hovers around $90-$130, with a bit higher of a bracket for GTX 1060, and even higher for GTX 16XX and 5X00 XT.
The greed is relative to the new price... No apparent depreciation... at least not statistically significant
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A side benefit to this card is the less-than-common 5-monitor outputs right out of the box if you are doing a workstation/trade station. I'm doing this with the 580 version.
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Noob question!

I have a Dell XPS 8700- i7-4790 & GT 720 with 460w stock PSU. I giving this PC to my son next month and I want to upgrade the gpu so he can play Minecraft.

I wonder if I can upgrade to this card without changing the PSU. Thanks!
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Noob question!

I have a Dell XPS 8700- i7-4790 & GT 720 with 460w stock PSU. I giving this PC to my son next month and I want to upgrade the gpu so he can play Minecraft.

I wonder if I can upgrade to this card without changing the PSU. Thanks!
You are right on the edge power-wise. If you're not getting any problems with the 460w and won't be pushing it hard, I'd say don't upgrade the PSU just yet. If you upgrade get 650w or more is my suggestion.
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Noob question!

I have a Dell XPS 8700- i7-4790 & GT 720 with 460w stock PSU. I giving this PC to my son next month and I want to upgrade the gpu so he can play Minecraft.

I wonder if I can upgrade to this card without changing the PSU. Thanks!
Definitely, though you might have to buy an adapter depending on the cords that come out of your power supply.
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this card is power hungry compare to rx 5500, right? and both are in same price range (-/+ 5%) and same performance?
(All things equal) Go with the 5500 (if you can get it under $160)

It has better architecture and a smaller dye (more power efficient). and development community is moving to newer architecture.

Google RDNA (5000 series) vs DCA (500 series), lots of articles on the difference

He is an example article
https://www.hardwaretimes.com/nav...itectures/

Caveat: Initially said "all things being equal". If you have an old Mobo /CPU and (I.e. Old DDR 3 ram, Intel core Gen 4 or older, or AMD pre Ryzen CPUs say athlons or phenom)

Enjoy gaming and learn ML (machine learning). It's not all just about benchmarks.
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This is still overpriced as these should be less than $100 across the board without mail in rebates. They are still gaming the system. Do not fall for it. I'd say this is a strong pass.
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