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Curious if anyone has suggestions on a card that will be good at h.264, h.265, and AV1 dedicated encoding for less than $300? Has to be better than sky lake quicksync. I'd prefer something silent but I bet that is out of the question.
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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!
According to this you should be using a 470w with this card processor combo.

https://www.gpucheck.com/en-usd/c...ultra/-vs-

You could also use pcpartpicker to get an estimate based on specific computer part combinations.

I updated my psu on a Dell XPS 8900 recently, among too many other things... Wasn't too hard. YouTube helps.
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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.
I do a bit of video editing and I'd say the 5700xt is overkill unless he does it professionally and if $$$ isn't a thing to him. I use a 5700 and I used to run a rx 480 and 580. The main thing it helps a ton with is when you constantly switch between videos and timestamps. And I'm on dual monitors 1440P and 1080P
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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.
Lol. He is gonna pay for it. Thank you for your reply.
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I do a bit of video editing and I'd say the 5700xt is overkill unless he does it professionally and if $$$ isn't a thing to him. I use a 5700 and I used to run a rx 480 and 580. The main thing it helps a ton with is when you constantly switch between videos and timestamps. And I'm on dual monitors 1440P and 1080P
Yes, I'm not sure exactly what he will do with it but probably $$ is not an issue for him. I tried to find replacements for him but he was insisting on something more expensive.
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Yes, I'm not sure exactly what he will do with it but probably $$ is not an issue for him. I tried to find replacements for him but he was insisting on something more expensive.
Sounds like a baller. Tell him to get a GV100 🤣
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I'm looking for a good deal for a build with Ryzen 5 3600, not sure if this is a good deal. Reviews mention the CPU can handle a lot more, and that this GPU seems to be noisy/hot/unreliable? How much more money would the next level GPU cost. Any advice would be appreciated.
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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.
Resolution is only one piece of the puzzle, modern games have really huge textures that even at 1080P, the VRAM usage can exceed 4GB. This means swapping between VRAM and system RAM over PCIe (which has high latency, plus system RAM is much slower to begin with). This manifests as generally a lower framerate in-game, and stuttering. If you have a PCIe 4.0 system (newest Ryzen chipset), then the problem is alleviated somewhat, but personally I wouldn't go for a card with anything less than 6GB.
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Resolution is only one piece of the puzzle, modern games have really huge textures that even at 1080P, the VRAM usage can exceed 4GB. This means swapping between VRAM and system RAM over PCIe (which has high latency, plus system RAM is much slower to begin with). This manifests as generally a lower framerate in-game, and stuttering. If you have a PCIe 4.0 system (newest Ryzen chipset), then the problem is alleviated somewhat, but personally I wouldn't go for a card with anything less than 6GB.
no modern GPU, not even the RTX Titan V or whichever is the halo product, maxes out the PCI E 3.0 bus, PCI E 4 only makes a difference if you're using top of the line nvme ssd's
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I've got a 1055t on an old, unused pc whose motherboard can't support anything past the low-end bulldozer CPUs, which would bottleneck this but still play all of my Steam library games. How many would recommend this for such a system?
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Any thoughts on whether or not this would be worth getting to replace a Nvidia 1050 GTX Ti? I'm really out of the loop as far as computer hardware goes these days. It's been about 4 years since I built my current PC.
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Any thoughts on whether or not this would be worth getting to replace a Nvidia 1050 GTX Ti? I'm really out of the loop as far as computer hardware goes these days. It's been about 4 years since I built my current PC.
I would stay with Nvidia if your happy with it. AMD is great for processors but i prefer Nvidia for drivers and how it works with games. es....great price for sure...but I think I prefer to get the 1650 or 1660 ti flavor.
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Yes, I'm not sure exactly what he will do with it but probably $$ is not an issue for him. I tried to find replacements for him but he was insisting on something more expensive.
If he's happy with it that's all that matters, and it's not useless like some crazy people thinking they need 64gb 4000+ speed ram for gaming and then getting an 4gb gpu!
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Any thoughts on whether or not this would be worth getting to replace a Nvidia 1050 GTX Ti? I'm really out of the loop as far as computer hardware goes these days. It's been about 4 years since I built my current PC.
No it's not. I have both. While the 570 performs better...it's not that much better to spend $120 on it unless you can sell your 1050ti for $100-120. Also do NOT get a 1650 like someone mentioned looking at. The 1650 SUPER might be worth considering but not the 1650.
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