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post #91 of 94 (permalink) Old 03-06-2020, 03:47 PM
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Wattage and heat is a big concern with vega indeed ... Wish they would have fixed this long ago before they started blasting us with those new drivers ... We need stability over additional funcions

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That’s why I had to move from my 290X to team green, the drivers were just too temperamental, even though I’m a team red fan by heart I had to skip Vega because of the dodgey drivers and the fact it takes a nuclear power plants to power one (well not that bad but you know what I mean), Navi seems to be in an even worse spot.

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why not a 5700 at $350?

all though, if those two are the only options. get the VEGA 64 100%

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RX 590 or Vega 64??

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why not a 5700 at $350?

Navi just isn’t in the best priceerformance bracket at the moment, you got the 5500XT which is only good with pci-e gen 4 because of the 8x pci-e lanes, 5600XT would need to be about $40 cheaper to be compelling, 5700 would need to be $280-$320, and the 5700XT would need to be $379-$399. The prices on older Pascal, Vega and Polaris kinda outshine Navi when it comes to value. Sure you get a warranty with a new card but most people aren’t really worried about that considering you can get a 1070 for less than $200, 1070 ti for about $250 and a 1080 for around $300-$350. The only difficult part is trying to find a card that wasn’t abused by mining its whole life.

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Got a 5700 and it is about twice as fast as my GTX 1060 or my R9 290. Uses about same amount of power. It's reference, tho, and i got it for 330$. I love it better than my 5700XT.

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In gaming it has no chance vs my new 10900k @ 5400mhz and 4600c16 tweaked memory. ~35ns memorylatency.
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