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The last time I posted this people freaked out about drivers and derailed a slick deal. Let's get in front of that this time... see here for details. AMD has fixed previous 5700 series driver issues. This is a great price, thank you sr71

I'm running this very card in my 3900X build and it has been awesome, no issues whatsoever. I'm on Adrenaline ver 20.4.2. With AOC CQ27G2 27" 1440p 144Hz freesync monitor.

There are multiple reasons to jump on this Gigabyte card. Value, direct price comps, and thermals. It's the sweet spot for $ per performance. Directly comparing, the Sapphire Pulse 5700XT is on sale also for higher, at $380 AC + $4 shipping on Newegg. And this Gigabyte card has better thermals than that Sapphire.
2070 super to 2080 leaning towards super. It was superior in most instances to 2070 super on launch, but several driver iterations later the 2070 super is much closer.

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The last time I posted this people freaked out about drivers and derailed a slick deal. Let's get in front of that this time... see here for details. AMD has fixed previous 5700 series driver issues. This is a great price, thank you sr71

I'm running this very card in my 3900X build and it has been awesome, no issues whatsoever. I'm on Adrenaline ver 20.4.2. With AOC CQ27G2 27" 1440p 144Hz freesync monitor.

There are multiple reasons to jump on this Gigabyte card. Value, direct price comps, and thermals. It's the sweet spot for $ per performance. Directly comparing, the Sapphire Pulse 5700XT is on sale also for higher, at $380 AC + $4 shipping on Newegg. And this Gigabyte card has better thermals than that Sapphire.
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The last time I posted this people freaked out about drivers and derailed a slick deal. Let's get in front of that this time... see here for details. AMD has fixed previous 5700 series driver issues. This is a great buy.

I'm running this very card in my 3900X build and it has been awesome, no issues whatsoever. I'm on Adrenaline ver 20.4.2. With AOC CQ27G2 27" 1440p 144Hz freesync monitor.

There are multiple reasons to jump on this Gigabyte card. Value, direct price comps, and thermals. It's the sweet spot for $ per performance. Directly comparing, the Sapphire Pulse 5700XT is on sale also for higher, at $380 AC + $4 shipping on Newegg. And this Gigabyte card has better thermals than that Sapphire.
I'm not super familiar with AMD GPUS. What does this compare to Nvidia wise?
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I'm not super familiar with AMD GPUS. What does this compare to Nvidia wise?
2070 super to 2080 leaning towards super. It was superior in most instances to 2070 super on launch, but several driver iterations later the 2070 super is much closer.
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Picked up this card last time it was posted after it came back in stock after running out. Installed early last week. Smooth install and no issues. A nice upgrade from the 390X I was running before.
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Quality 5 heat pipes solution and functional metal back plate edge to edge with thermal pads in place. Quiet fans at lower speeds and keeps it reasonably cool in open air. However in my itx H1 case I need to push the fan speed higher and it becomes equally or more noisy than cards with two bigger fans. Likely not an issue if you have a good air flow case. Its 5600xt brother is currently 100 cheaper just FYI.
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Last week, I installed a new 5700 with the brand new adrenaline drivers and had major audio issues: it would cut out every 5-10 seconds. So, drivers still suck, even though the cards are superb for the money.
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P.S. To solve my issue, I uninstalled AMD HD Audio drivers and use generic Windows drivers.
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I'm not super familiar with AMD GPUS. What does this compare to Nvidia wise?
This is a useful hierarchy [tomshardware.com]. Tom's Hardware has done this for years, and it helps you gauge price-to-performance value, but doesn't go into the granularity of individual vendors' cards with each GPU.
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Last week, I installed a new 5700 with the brand new adrenaline drivers and had major audio issues: it would cut out every 5-10 seconds. So, drivers still suck, even though the cards are superb for the money.
TU, OP
P.S. To solve my issue, I uninstalled AMD HD Audio drivers and use generic Windows drivers.
Are you overclocking anything, or undervolting anything? Any auto OC profiles from the BIOS, etc? These could affect your audio and are a regular topic on overclock.net. I'm asking constructively in case you might have a path to solve your issues and not have to be on generic drivers.

Also, which driver did you install? 20.5.1? If so, that's a beta driver and more likely to cause issues.
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Are you overclocking anything, or undervolting anything? Any auto OC profiles from the BIOS, etc? These could affect your audio and are a regular topic on overclock.net. I'm asking constructively in case you might have a path to solve your issues and not have to be on generic drivers.

Also, which driver did you install? 20.5.1? If so, that's a beta driver and more likely to cause issues.
Default everything. Everything at latest firmware. My only thought is my aged CPU -- FX-8370
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worth an upgrade from GTX 1070?

edit: most likely not since I'm running only 1920x1080
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Sweet was looking at a sapphire or msi but I think this gigabyte will do thanks
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worth an upgrade from GTX 1070?

edit: most likely not since I'm running only 1920x1080
If you want to play around with buying and selling. You can get $200+ for 1070 and max out the 1080 settings with this card . It IS a better card. So, if you want the ultra settings with highest fps for $160, definitely consider it.
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2070 super to 2080 leaning towards super. It was superior in most instances to 2070 super on launch, but several driver iterations later the 2070 super is much closer.
it's not better than 2070 super in terms of performance on average. it should be pretty close to 2070 (non-super). however, there are games where the 5700xt actually does perform better.

the 5700xt is undoubtedly a much better value. the performance gain on 2070 super doesn't justify the price difference (coming from the owner of a 2070 super).

if you're 1080p-1440p gaming, 5700xt is great. if you're gaming 1440p+ (ultrawide or 4k), then 2070 super should sort of be the minimum.
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