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Rx570 still a better buy in my eyes. Psu aside who buying less then 400w in a build anyways.

Besides some niche cases for this card.


Leaves some room for navi to come in and hit nvidia below the belt in this 2060, gtx1660, gtx1650 spot as well.

Amd needs to get the ball rolling sooner then later.
I'm sure there are more users dropping in video cards in their HP/Dells with 290w power supplies than there are custom builds. Our hobby is niche

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I'm sure there are more users dropping in video cards in their HP/Dells with 290w power supplies that don't want to upgrade that clunker for a better PSU with the price difference than there are custom builds. Our hobby is niche
There. FTFY.

Having market for it doesn't mean it is a better choice. Nvidia is entitled to grab all those uneducated dollars but please don't put us on the same level.

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There. FTFY.

Having market for it doesn't mean it is a better choice. Nvidia is entitled to grab all those uneducated dollars but please don't put us on the same level.
That's your issue you keep thinking as an enthusiast and selling out of your own pocket. I already agreed that the RX 570 is the better buy.

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That's your issue you keep thinking as an enthusiast and selling out of your own pocket. I already agreed that the RX 570 is the better buy.
No one asked how the card would perform for Nvidia. Everyone said, including you, that the RX 570 is a better pick.

Why would anyone be interested in how this card performs for Nvidia or why people with 300W PSUs would pick it up baffles me. Specially when quoting a message totally unrelated to any of it.

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All this talk about PSUs when the real niche for this card is SFF. The GTX 1650 beats the RX 570 in size and particularly heat output so for some users it will be the only choice. I also know from experience that a 160 W card can be a real pain to cool in a compact case so one might also choose the cooler card for a silent build.
Anyone else will be better served with the RX 570, the savings will pay for the extra power consumption and the card is faster.

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No one asked how the card would perform for Nvidia. Everyone said, including you, that the RX 570 is a better pick.

Why would anyone be interested in how this card performs for Nvidia or why people with 300W PSUs would pick it up baffles me. Specially when quoting a message totally unrelated to any of it.
Why do people buy the expensive ultrabooks over notebooks when they are slower than a similarly larger notebook that produces more heat and noise? Because of convenience just like installing a card that doesn't require power from PCI-e.

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All this talk about PSUs when the real niche for this card is SFF. The GTX 1650 beats the RX 570 in size and particularly heat output so for some users it will be the only choice. I also know from experience that a 160 W card can be a real pain to cool in a compact case so one might also choose the cooler card for a silent build.
Anyone else will be better served with the RX 570, the savings will pay for the extra power consumption and the card is faster.
im on an sff kick myself, which if your building, there are quite a few sfx PSUs that are very future proof(for a premium). but aside from that one less cable to deal with is a bonus and im sure these could be passively cooled too. was looking for the 7770/7750 that was passivly cooled and consumed more power and ran hotter.

but at that price youre gonna have to be pretty passionate about the niche. there are too many other options to be had for less money and more performance, 570/580/1060/980/970.

it does seem to be the most efficient card at GTA V 1080p, wonder if thats what nvidia was hinting at. i would like to see what the temps and power draw was at when they pushed the clocks up.

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Why do people buy the expensive ultrabooks over notebooks when they are slower than a similarly larger notebook that produces more heat and noise? Because of convenience just like installing a card that doesn't require power from PCI-e.
The comparison you are making is as inane as saying that you bought a 4x4 because there is a pothole in your driveway and calling to have it fixed is such a drag. Having it fixed and buying a better and cheaper car is the same price of the 4x4 but hey, let's find an excuse to buy it and tell everyone.

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The comparison you are making is as inane as saying that you bought a 4x4 because there is a pothole in your driveway and calling to have it fixed is such a drag. Having it fixed and buying a better and cheaper car is the same price of the 4x4 but hey, let's find an excuse to buy it and tell everyone.
You're acting as though everyone that can install a video card knows how to replace their PSU. So now they're going to have to pay some tech $80+ to install a PSU along side the $30-$40 for their 500w PSU.

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The comparison you are making is as inane as saying that you bought a 4x4 because there is a pothole in your driveway and calling to have it fixed is such a drag. Having it fixed and buying a better and cheaper car is the same price of the 4x4 but hey, let's find an excuse to buy it and tell everyone.
You're acting as though everyone that can install a video card knows how to replace their PSU. So now they're going to have to pay some tech $80+ to install a PSU along side the $30-$40 for their 500w PSU.
The major problem here isn't that your point isn't entirely out to lunch, but that you have built a bad rep on this forum for being a bit of a fanboy or having blind favoritism.

Then when you actually bring up good points its just in everyone natural instinct to react to you in such a manor or argue with you. Thus in turn you lost any of your ability to convoy actual information or appropriate points anymore
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