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Source: https://www.techpowerup.com/review/r...nalysis/4.html



Another title where Turing runs better on DX12.
Another title where the 5700Xt shows it's better value than the 2070S.

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Another title where the 5700Xt shows it's better value than the 2070S.
The Radeon VII showed its chops to good effect as well.
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Another title where the 5700Xt shows it's better value than the 2070S.
The 2070 s cost 50$ over the 5700 xt which is 11% higher, and gives 57.5fps at 4K vs 50.2 fps, which is 14.5% better.
Also being able to run 57.5fps, means with a decent OC, it can give 60fps consistent and be better playable at 4K. I don't see the 5700 xt doing the same thing without sacrificing settings, as you are not going to push it to 20% higher performance via OC.

So, please explain claimed statement, as numbers shows you are wrong.

At 1440p one can even say the 1660 super is a better value because it cost half the 5700 xt and very much playable.


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The 2070 s cost 50$ over the 5700 xt which is 11% higher, and gives 57.5fps at 4K vs 50.2 fps, which is 14.5% better.
Also being able to run 57.5fps, means with a decent OC, it can give 60fps consistent and be better playable at 4K. I don't see the 5700 xt doing the same thing without sacrificing settings, as you are not going to push it to 20% higher performance via OC.

So, please explain claimed statement, as numbers shows you are wrong.

At 1440p one can even say the 1660 super is a better value because it cost half the 5700 xt and very much playable.
Release prices,
5700XT - $400
2070S -$500

Different regions, different cards, have different prices. Somewhere the gap is bigger somewhere else its smaller. But on avg., 5700Xt is 20-25% cheaper.

Like it or not , thats just how it is.

Edit: A quick newegg search, GB 2070S - $499, PC 5700XT - $379

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Release prices,
5700XT - $400
2070S -$500

Different regions, different cards, have different prices. Somewhere the gap is bigger somewhere else its smaller. But on avg., 5700Xt is 20-25% cheaper.

Like it or not , thats just how it is.

Edit: A quick newegg search, GB 2070S - $499, PC 5700XT - $379
Yeah I coudln't find one that was 50$ difference either. Not to mention some of the 5700xts like the XFX at 420$ come with RE3, Monster Hunter and Game pass. So that ups the value even more. I have almost bought a 5700xt a few times but I'm holding until I see the next offering from both sides.

Regarding Resident evil I have been playing it on a one x and the performance is terrible. Also the game is really lacking compared to RE2 remake. But its fun enough.

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The 2070 s cost 50$ over the 5700 xt which is 11% higher, and gives 57.5fps at 4K vs 50.2 fps, which is 14.5% better.
Also being able to run 57.5fps, means with a decent OC, it can give 60fps consistent and be better playable at 4K. I don't see the 5700 xt doing the same thing without sacrificing settings, as you are not going to push it to 20% higher performance via OC.

So, please explain claimed statement, as numbers shows you are wrong.

At 1440p one can even say the 1660 super is a better value because it cost half the 5700 xt and very much playable.
i'd take the 2070s over the 5700XT, if in 4K scenarios. otherwise, i probably would buy whichever were cheaper. 4K is still not all that achievable in the mid range without a good deal of concession. Every frame counts. it's a situation where you'd get home with the 5700XT and be like "damn, I should've spent that extra $50 for the extra 5-10FPS"

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i'd take the 2070s over the 5700XT, if in 4K scenarios. otherwise, i probably would buy whichever were cheaper. 4K is still not all that achievable in the mid range without a good deal of concession. Every frame counts. it's a situation where you'd get home with the 5700XT and be like "damn, I should've spent that extra $50 for the extra 5-10FPS"

[email protected] < 4K60. I haven't loaded a game up on my 4K60 in months now, n that's in 2080ti land.
I have 4K and really if you plan to play AAA in 4K you better be using 2080 Ti. There is no point in testing which is better at 4K. We can see 5700 XT drops in 4K relative to Radeon 7 and Nvidia Turing. It could explain something to do with the backend. AMD has always had strong high-resolution performance but if a card is not usable for those resolutions, there is no point in winning there. I am pretty sure the reason 5700 XT does not do so well in 4K is that AMD is not targetting that resolution for optimization.

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yep, there's that too.

trying to drive 4K with mid range is silly. either way you slice it.

pretty sure these mid range cards are intentionally built to have barely just enough memory bandwidth to get a mediocre, but still better than console 4K experience. that nonsense should be out the window on the next revolution.

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i'd take the 2070s over the 5700XT, if in 4K scenarios. otherwise, i probably would buy whichever were cheaper. 4K is still not all that achievable in the mid range without a good deal of concession. Every frame counts. it's a situation where you'd get home with the 5700XT and be like "damn, I should've spent that extra $50 for the extra 5-10FPS"

[email protected] < 4K60. I haven't loaded a game up on my 4K60 in months now, n that's in 2080ti land.
Its actually about $100. So for me it was either tweak the settings a bit to gain that 5-10fps or spend an extra 100 bucks.

I chose to save money. As you mentioned , a mid range card for 4k is a bit silly, so it seemed the right choice to get the cheapest/ the best value for the money mid range GPU that can handle 4K.

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now's definitely the time to pinch pennies.

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