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|System Name||RyzenGtEvo/ Asus strix scar II|
|Processor||Amd R7 3800X@4.350/525/ Intel 8750H|
|Motherboard||Crosshair hero7 @bios 2703/?|
|Cooling||360EK extreme rad+ 360$EK slim all push, cpu Monoblock Gpu full cover all EK|
|Memory||Corsair Vengeance Rgb pro 3600cas14 16Gb in two sticks./16Gb|
|Video Card(s)||Sapphire refference Rx vega 64 EK waterblocked/Rtx 2060|
|Storage||Samsung Nvme Pg981, silicon power 1Tb samsung 840 basic as a primocache drive for, WD2Tbgrn +3Tbgrn,|
|Display(s)||Samsung UAE28"850R 4k freesync, LG 49" 4K 60hz ,Oculus|
|Case||Lianli p0-11 dynamic|
|Audio Device(s)||Xfi creative 7.1 on board ,Yamaha dts av setup, corsair void pro headset|
|Power Supply||corsair 1200Hxi|
|Mouse||Roccat Kova/ Logitech G wireless|
|Keyboard||Roccat Iksu force fx|
|Software||Win 10 Pro|
|Benchmark Scores||8726 vega 3dmark timespy/ laptop Timespy 6506|
German Retailer Mindfactory Reports Higher Failure Rate For Radeon 5000 Series GPUs Than NVIDIA Turing
One of the most popular statistical sources for AMD fans, german retailer Mindfactory.de has reported RMA statistics and it turns out they saw a higher failure rate for AMD Radeon 5000 series GPUs than NVIDIA Turing parts. This is a very large data set of roughly 44,000 AMD GPUs and 76,000...
As expected really , AMD do indeed have a marginally higher return rate, skewed that way by power colour.
The highest failure rate for a card is the 2080Ti again no surprise.
None of the failure rates is beyond the scope of normal ie 6% , that's not great but not terrible either.
It's only indicative no more, though over 120000 cards were sold so it's far from a guess.
No one like facts?