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I am assuming you are going to crossfire then? Would be sweet to see how CF works for Radeon 7Without actual reviews to see, this question may be a little too soon to ask.
In theory, I've always found myself rooting for the underdog, AMD.
This can result in diminishing returns as we experienced with Bulldozer and others, but supporting AMD has always been a necessary counterpoint to Intel and NVIDIA's monopolistic tendencies.
We all know what happens without any meaningful competition in the marketplace.
The success of Ryzen I and II was gratifying to me and I hope for more of the same.
Even if this VII GPU doesn't damage NVIDIA's stranglehold on the market, I'll buy a few of them, just to support AMD efforts.