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RX 5700XT or spend more on RTX 2070 Super?

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Just BUY IT already OP, JFC this amount of drama just for one fking GPU.
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Dude just want a taste of that delicious “All AMD” rig, why you so harsh?
Let OP have what his heart desires, either a 5700XT sidegrade or a Radeon 7 sidegrade.

Just BUY IT already OP, JFC this amount of drama just for one fking GPU.

I was pretty bummed the 5700XT wasn't better so that I could do an all AMD build for my wife in fact I was so disappointing I ended up just buying myself a 2080 ti instead.
 
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None of these cards are worth it, for those with a 1080Ti.

It's spending money just for spending, in my opinion!
 
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Dude just want a taste of that delicious “All AMD” rig, why you so harsh?
Let OP have what his heart desires, either a 5700XT sidegrade or a Radeon 7 sidegrade.

Just BUY IT already OP, JFC this amount of drama just for one fking GPU.
all the charm of "all this/all that" rigs passes quickly.spend money on whatever is best for you.

imo he got a 3900x and wants an amd card.if so then go for it.5700xt is one of their best gpus ever.but the problem is 1080ti is one of nvidia's best,and he's a got a liquid version.
 
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all the charm of "all this/all that" rigs passes quickly.spend money on whatever is best for you.

imo he got a 3900x and wants an amd card.if so then go for it.5700xt is one of their best gpus ever.but the problem is 1080ti is one of nvidia's best,and he's a got a liquid version.
I made it hybrid cooled with EVGA's kit it was born as a Founders Edition blowerstyle :rolleyes:
 
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RX 5700XT without a single doubt. It's significantly cheaper and offers more or less comparable performance to RTX 2070 Super. There are some small differences - sometimes RX 5700XT will be slightly faster and sometimes RTX 2070 Super will be slightly faster, but nothing noticeable in real life.
 
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RX 5700XT without a single doubt. It's significantly cheaper and offers more or less comparable performance to RTX 2070 Super. There are some small differences - sometimes RX 5700XT will be slightly faster and sometimes RTX 2070 Super will be slightly faster, but nothing noticeable in real life.

Hey look we are back to this same logic again:

So 5700XT is "more or less" versus 2070S
Then 2070S is "more or less" versus 2080
Then 2080 is "more or less" versus 2080S

So 5700XT is "more or less" versus 2080S.

We have come full cycle to the 1st page of this post.

We should all encourage OP to just buy the damn 5700XT and be done with it. OK I am outta this thread~
 
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Hey look we are back to this same logic again:

So 5700XT is "more or less" versus 2070S
Then 2070S is "more or less" versus 2080
Then 2080 is "more or less" versus 2080S

So 5700XT is "more or less" versus 2080S.

We have come full cycle to the 1st page of this post.

We should all encourage OP to just buy the damn 5700XT and be done with it. OK I am outta this thread~
Maybe buying the one of the most expensive versions of RTX 2080 Ti (EVGA's) will do the trick? I doubt that getting one for free is an option for OP.
The performance difference between RX 5700XT and RTX 2070 Super is practically negligible, but price differences between these two are substantial. Even with RTX 2080 Ti, OP will get approximately 30% better performance in games, but at what cost?
It's reasonable to pay 10-15% more for 10% increase in performance, 30-40% more for 30% performance increase, but it's plain stupid to pay 50% more for 10% better performance - regardless for which piece of hardware.
 
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Hey look we are back to this same logic again:

So 5700XT is "more or less" versus 2070S
Then 2070S is "more or less" versus 2080
Then 2080 is "more or less" versus 2080S

So 5700XT is "more or less" versus 2080S.

We have come full cycle to the 1st page of this post.

We should all encourage OP to just buy the damn 5700XT and be done with it. OK I am outta this thread~
make senses, op i strongly recomend this, fuq the aorus ads, just focus on the card:toast:
 
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Maybe buying the one of the most expensive versions of RTX 2080 Ti (EVGA's) will do the trick? I doubt that getting one for free is an option for OP.
The performance difference between RX 5700XT and RTX 2070 Super is practically negligible, but price differences between these two are substantial. Even with RTX 2080 Ti, OP will get approximately 30% better performance in games, but at what cost?
It's reasonable to pay 10-15% more for 10% increase in performance, 30-40% more for 30% performance increase, but it's plain stupid to pay 50% more for 10% better performance - regardless for which piece of hardware.
2070 super is 15-20% more for 10-15% more performance.
 
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Hey look we are back to this same logic again:

So 5700XT is "more or less" versus 2070S
Then 2070S is "more or less" versus 2080
Then 2080 is "more or less" versus 2080S

So 5700XT is "more or less" versus 2080S.

We have come full cycle to the 1st page of this post.

We should all encourage OP to just buy the damn 5700XT and be done with it. OK I am outta this thread~
Yeah.... "more or less"... :rolleyes: . Why not go for a regular 5700 since its "more or less" a 5700xt. Or a vega 64 since its more or less a 5700.
 

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Having lived with an RX 5700 XT on 1440p for 3 months, I have to say it has plenty of muscle. I've played nearly every AAA title from August forwards, and I never faced performance deficit maxing out settings. There were some driver stability issues, which got solved in September IIRC. I'm now on an RTX 2080 Super, and barring "Control," I haven't seen a game that wowed me with RTX eye-candy. So I'll have to recommend you pick up one of the nicer RX 5700 XT cards such as MSI Gaming X or PowerColor Red Devil and spend the savings (vs 2070S) on a couple new games.
 
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Yeah.... "more or less"... :rolleyes: . Why not go for a regular 5700 since its "more or less" a 5700xt. Or a vega 64 since its more or less a 5700.
Well, realistically you could and you wouldn't game single second less for it. That is what the current upper midrange > high end looks like now. And the same has happened before to the midrange. There is no real movement in the product stacks since Pascal was fully released. We're still more or less stuck at 1080ti levels, with one halo card above it. 2080 might as well not exist, its pretty pointless, and the rest is filler.

When you're talking about single digit % differences, you know you really shouldn't bother and wait it out, or go for the value option - not the performance one. Regardless of what you choose, both cards will be overtaken in the same time.
 
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Stick with the 5700 if it's better for your budget, unless you really want to try out nvidia's RTX. Though keep in mind there will be an fps drop.

As for gsync, it should be available on amd cards as well soon,
G-Sync on AMD
So buy whatever monitor you want and hope they release a firmware update, or wait until one comes out that's certified ready to go
 
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