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Just seems crazy to me that low-end cards are $300. I remember when mid-range cards were 250-350. Hope AMD pulls some good cards out of their hat this year to help bring more competition. If they can produce something that hits at least around a 3070's performance with good cooling and noise, I'm going with AMD this time around.
Amd needs to fix the software badly. I bought a 5700xt feb 29th of this year and finally gave up on it today. I sold it for $300 and I probably won't buy another amd card. Nothing but driver issues with it. Crashes, locking up, black screen, bsod, nothing but issues. When the card worked right the performance was amazing, unfortunately that wasn't often.

I tried every version of driver but even the newest one still did it. I've used nvidia since the 8800gt and I wanted to try amd because it was $100 cheaper then the 2070 super. Lesson learned the hard way for me
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Just seems crazy to me that low-end cards are $300. I remember when mid-range cards were 250-350. Hope AMD pulls some good cards out of their hat this year to help bring more competition. If they can produce something that hits at least around a 3070's performance with good cooling and noise, I'm going with AMD this time around.
Amd needs to fix the software badly. I bought a 5700xt feb 29th of this year and finally gave up on it today. I sold it for $300 and I probably won't buy another amd card. Nothing but driver issues with it. Crashes, locking up, black screen, bsod, nothing but issues. When the card worked right the performance was amazing, unfortunately that wasn't often.

I tried every version of driver but even the newest one still did it. I've used nvidia since the 8800gt and I wanted to try amd because it was $100 cheaper then the 2070 super. Lesson learned the hard way for me. I've got $850 put up for the next gen cards so I'll probably grab a 3080 from evga on release day
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What is the difference between Ventus rated cards and non-Ventus? Visually they look smaller/shorter, but are there other differences?
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+1. I did a Msi digital rebate as well. Uploaded invoice and picture if the UPC for paperless, no postage, online rebate.
Only thing is that I gotta wait 4 weeks for it. Still waiting.
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