Think I'll wait until the 3xxx series. I've got dual Keplars in my rig. Ancient gear nowadays. Excellent back when they dropped, but in 2020 they're not good unless low settings are your jam. They're still excellent for older games, though.
$269 isn't bad but nothing to write home about. Even $299 as per Anandtech isn't great either. Granted, the cheaper option may be a hair slower than a similar AMD offering, I'd bet it's a lot more stable than AMD's offering.
I don't know who the KO part was for other then itself .. because RX 5700 (flashed) or what we call the Pro Edition RX 5700 is not afraid http://www.3dmark.com/fs/21554772 of it or the 2070 Super as that is not the XT
Now you see why Nvidia is hard at work because who knows if a RX 5800 exist to put more pressure on the bottom pricing .
Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 Non XT Boost Core 2035 Gaming Ram 950 with a 20$ Chinese waterblock on the, Ryzen 3700x 4.25 ghz, 15$ Chinese waterblock, 3200 ddr3 cl16 Team T-FORCE VULCAN TUF B450m Asrock Pro 4 Mobo, 700 Watt OCZ PSU. 6 gallon res + back of a toilet tank with 240 mm radiator.
Last edited by treetops422; 01-18-2020 at 03:37 AM.
Probably not worth it over other RTX 2060 versions since it's on a GTX 1660 series PCB and cooler, the only thing really going for it is the price. It's actually louder than Founder's Edition at load , reaching 2400RPM or so.