Originally Posted by WannaBeOCer
He's on a tech forum, the RTX 2070 is the better card and he gets a warranty.
The Vega he was looking at was new and had a warranty. I paid $399 for my V64 w/ 3 games. Th 2070 is a beefed up 1080, V64 is in the same league where they trade blows depending on res and game. So as always, base your decisions off the games you play. Which is why despite the lower price I paid, the V64 offered me better overall performance in the titles I was looking at.
Originally Posted by cerealkeller
There is no such thing as over kill. And I’ll believe Ryzen 3000 is so great when I see real proof I can trust.
Sure, let me go pair a 2080ti with my g3258 I've got sitting here. Sure won't be overkill at all.
Originally Posted by liveunlimited
umm when you have an fx 8350 there is such thing as overkill lol.. being bottle necked is not fun.. and have you not seen the live demo of them beating the 9900k? they already beat intel on a production sample.. you really dont think the final run chips will be any better? lol.. i agree on not getting into the hype.. but things are looking pretty promising for team red!!
I threw in a 750ti into my gf's quite old rig A10-5800k, 8gb ddr3 2133mhz. Tried to fire up BFV and no matter how low the res went the frames did not really change I'm talking sub 30's at almost all times on the absolute lowest settings. Bulldozer based 'quad' at 4.2ghz paired with fast memory couldn't even handle a 750ti.
Originally Posted by KingUniverse
We get a twice overclocked 480 and power hungry disappointment twin Vegas that can't even compete with the lowest card in Nvidia's RTX lineup, and they're all the same price!
V64 has no problem competing and/or beating a 2060. Plus the extra vram is always nice. $350 2060 or $399 V64 w/ 3 free games. Choice was clear.