Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by the_antipop, May 27, 2019.
Neither both are terrible cards(in their own ways)
Buy a 2nd hand 1080ti
I have the 5700XT card for JC!!!!
Did you see what It translates to? Hahahaha
maybe the FE is too popular and has sold out dont worry it will be back as the failden product seems to not be selling
ive had better than 5700xt performance for over 2 years now with my 1080ti's why would I want that.
needs more pink
Any educated guesses oh how much extra the aib models will be?
Big triple fan models won't be cheap... Probably get dual fans for an extra 100 bucks
$150AUD+++ and up from there it will be similar costs to a 2070 super and behind on average but may not be as hot and noisy(Maybe) doing it.
all i know is dont go gigabyte
Cheers nice to see some crazy oc's going on. Sort of really handy if you come across something that needs the power, for me and the games i play 2k 144hz it does the job just perfect.
Why not gigabyte? Every (nvidia) card I've had for the past decade has been gigabyte and always worked flawlessly.
Did you own a gtx 275? But yer I’ve never had a drama besides waiting on a vga bios update. Warranty wise there good and remember Australian consumer law these days is dam good. I bought the rx 5700 xt gigabyte model myself due to no stock of cheaper cards.
Well friend has agreed to trade his new 5700 xt for my 1080 as it plays his games better.
So how does everyone go about over clocking these cards?
Wattman is just overly complex compared to what afterburner offers, is afterburner useful for these cards?
Already set a manual fan profile tho as the standard is pretty weak
dont do it youll regret it
nvidia cards are far better
I did not. I had a 6600, GTX 780, GTX 1070 and now have a gigabyte 2080.
lmao 1080 faster than a 5700xt? Wtf is amd doing?
The big question is if they can release it before Nvidia announce their next gen lineup and release dates as AMD always seem to come in too late.
Given that Nvidia now does 2 (or more) years between products instead of one, they probably have a lineup of gtx products ready to go at a cheaper price without the ray tracing crap
I doubt ray tracing costs them that much, I bet they will decide to take off the huge premium price for RTX when the time comes that they have to be competitive.
You can be sure that Nvidia made plenty of extra money on RTX sales as thats simply what is available. If RTX had failed then everyone would own AMD Vegas and RX5000 cards, but it hasn't really moved outside whats normal.
If the internet is to be believed, AMD double bluffed the XT price point to get NVIDIA to use their lowest possible profitable price for the Super launch, and then punched them in the nuts by switching to their own lowest profitable price
If nvidia had more in the tank you'd think they'd have dropped the super pricing already, unless there really are still enough dummies out there willing to pay a premium for no reason. Intel trading a big chunk of their market share with AMD on the CPU front suggests that the buyers aren't totally insane