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ASUS Revises RX 5700-series TUF Gaming with Axial Tech Fans and New Heatsink Underneath

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Let me know if you want those 5700s modded for XT stats?



Idk we are waiting on 6000 series/Navi 2 parts so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Are all or most 5700's capable of the XT speeds?
 
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Performance is eclipsed by a mild OC on a 1080Ti from 2 years ago. This is not impressive to me. I wait impatiently for the higher tier cards since the 2080(ti) didn't impress me either they were only minor improvements over the 1080Ti.
It may be not impressive but this 5700XT was never to compete with anything higher than 2070S 2070. So if it is not impressive for you ok. But you can't judge the card of the value or how good the performance is when it was never to compete with the top card. Your take on the performance is individual but the tier this card was meant for is not 2080 nor 2080S so the performance justification is not correct in my eyes.
 

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It may be not impressive but this 5700XT was never to compete with anything higher than 2070S 2070. So if it is not impressive for you ok. But you can't judge the card of the value or how good the performance is when it was never to compete with the top card. Your take on the performance is individual but the tier this card was meant for is not 2080 nor 2080S so the performance justification is not correct in my eyes.

The fact that AMD doesn't sell a top tier card is a larger frustrations than I can express in words. The lack of competition has pushed nvidia prices for mediocre products to the moon. So, yea as a consumer I consider the 5700 to be a complete pile of trash.
 
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