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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 06-28-2019, 03:51 PM
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big navi w. consoles.

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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
Because the ATI drivers for the 5000 series did suck. I bought two 5770s at launch and kept getting the gray screen issue which would happen mid game randomly. Got rid of both and bought a GTX 470 until the GTX 1070 than nVidia drivers started to suck so I jumped onto the Vega 64 and haven't had any major problems with either the Vega 64 or Radeon VII drivers.

https://www.overclock.net/forum/67-a...-card-not.html
I never had much if any problems.

According to your own link:
ATI Problems YES: 111
No Problems: 93
had issues but I worked them out and everything is fine now: 44

93+44= 137 no problems vs 111. That is a far cry from them "sucking".
But nice try though
Again it signaled how well the 5000 series was. With the most recent AMD driver sucks thread, that got locked, it appears that the 5000 series will return to it's former glory.
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Quote: Originally Posted by EastCoast View Post
I never had much if any problems.

According to your own link:
ATI Problems YES: 111
No Problems: 93
had issues but I worked them out and everything is fine now: 44

93+44= 137 no problems vs 111. That is a far cry from them "sucking".
But nice try though
Again it signaled how well the 5000 series was. With the most recent AMD driver sucks thread, that got locked, it appears that the 5000 series will return to it's former glory.
Acknowledge the 5000 series garbage drivers just like AMD did. There is a reason AMD announced a new driver initiative and retired Catalyst.

https://bit-tech.net/news/tech/graph...creen-crash/1/

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Company spokesman Dave Erskine has stated that "only a small number of ATI Radeon HD 5800 series and ATI Radeon HD 5700 series cards are exhibiting the behaviour" and promises that " the [Radeon] team is testing a driver hotfix and initial tests indicate that it resolves the issue."
Small enough to drive customers away.

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/AT...rash,9529.html

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Quote: Originally Posted by DNMock View Post
So just did some digging around and quick math.

I'm highly suspect of the rumor of the 5900XT being double the size of the 5700XT now without some substantial downclocking being involved.

The 5700XT has a 225 watt TDP, so if you double it's size you would likely end up with at best a 350+ watt TDP which is getting out of control pretty quickly.
It's either that or smaller CU count's. I'd be most in interested seeing if AMD will scale Navi up while increasing ROP counts and keeping CU counts down with the extra die size allotted for ray tracing hardware if they do plan on taking that step so soon. They've had a lot of issues going slow and wide in the past. 50 CU, 80 ROPs, 8-16GB of GDDR6, 275w advertised TDP (~300w real use), ~1600 game clock 1700 boost clock; would be super interesting to see.

The Timespy leak on TPU puts the 5700XT on par with the Radeon 7 GPU score with a massively smaller GPU. The 5700XT definitely won't be all around as fast/faster than the Radeon 7, but I definitely think it's going to close the performance gap in games which Nvidia had a strong lead. Review day should be interesting.

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Quote: Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer View Post
Acknowledge the 5000 series garbage drivers just like AMD did. There is a reason AMD announced a new driver initiative and retired Catalyst.

https://bit-tech.net/news/tech/graph...creen-crash/1/



Small enough to drive customers away.

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/AT...rash,9529.html
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Company spokesman Dave Erskine has stated that "only a small number of ATI Radeon HD 5800 series and ATI Radeon HD 5700 series cards are exhibiting the behaviour"
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137 no problems vs 111. That is a far cry from them "sucking"
Stop posting garbage.
You aren't making any point of value and have only achieved validating what I posted earlier. Furthermore, I said those comments were mentioned before the 5000 series was released not after (which were still overall fine).
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My question is when can we expect these im looking to do a total AMD build with there Zen 2 and Navi High End GPU
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I remember when the 5850/5870 launched and how incredible those cards were compared to their 4850/4870 counterparts and I hope AMD does something like that again here with these cards. If AMD can match nVidia's 2080 Ti replacement (if there is one) at the same price that will be really cool. If they can beat the performance, even if the price is higher, that will be fantastic. nVidia needs to get kicked into gear and I think AMD offering a full sized chip that is underclocked for air but which can really shine under water would do exactly that.

My hopes: 5950XT = 125%+ 2080 Ti performance ~$800-1000.
My expectation: 5950XT = 95% 2080 Ti performance ~ $1099

Lets see what happens...
The prices NEED too go down. >$1k for a top tier GPU is freaking ridiculous. don't fall for the price hikes dude!
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