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This is really interesting, thanks for sharing! I'm debating selling my 1080 TI and getting a 5700 XT to go with a 3700x next month strictly for BF5 (I want a non-blower 5700xt). I've been a BF gamer since 1942 and the series have generally done better on AMD gpus. I'm assuming Bad Company 3 will still be a Frostbite title but I've also heard that developers don't love the engine.
Bad Company 2 was my favorite from the series. I 'm looking what they do with BF BC3. GTX 1080Ti is still a beast of a card. Used prices seem pretty healthy right now. How well it will age vs Navi maturing as time goes on is going to be hard to predict.
Navi 10 overclocked definitely seems to scale well with reasonable power usage. Navi 20/Navi 21 should be coming out early next year. Just a very exiting time for gamers and PC enthusiasts.

Radeon Image Sharpening vs nVidia DLSS

"A sharpened 1800p image was typically as good as a native 4K image in our testing, which means you can happily use this configuration with Navi GPUs to gain ~30% more performance for a minimal quality loss. Downsampling all the way to 1440p didn’t deliver as good results, so the sweet spot is around that 70 to 80 percent resolution scale"

Igor's Labs RX 5700 XT @ 2.2GHz
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