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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-21-2019, 04:41 PM - Thread Starter
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5700XT or 2070 Super

I actually had purchased a EVGA Black 2070S but decided to cancel and do some more research. I am considering the following cards:

ASUS TUF Gaming X3 AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT Overclocked $419 + free shipping (taxes of course)
https://www.newegg.com/asus-radeon-r...82E16814126346

EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER BLACK GAMING $525 + taxes - $20 MIR (who wants to cut the UPC from a $500+ gpu box rendering returns impossible ?)
https://www.newegg.com/evga-geforce-...-456-_-Product

EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER XC GAMING $540 + taxes - $20 MIR
https://www.newegg.com/evga-geforce-...-454-_-Product


So at 1080P or 1440P or 4K which card do you recommend? Are there better cooling/performing cards I've not considered? The PC Devil 5700XT is still out of stock or I'd look at it also.

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If you have the budget for $500+, and most of the games you play and or want to play run better on Nvidia* buy a 2070 super.

If not buy a 5700 XT. Both cards are perfectly suitable for 1080/1440p. Neither are going to get you anywhere at 4k unless you're playing much older titles.

In $$$ terms you'd be paying about ~20% more for about 13% more performance on average if you decide to get an AIB 2070 super vs an AIB 5700 XT

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2070ti will probably age better. I know the next consoles will be based on RDNA, but they will also have hardware based ray tracing support. Even Intel is jumping on the raytracing bandwagon.

Back when I bought a 780tis in late 2013 then another in early 2014, they were great. Then Maxwell came out and more and more games had this concurrent compute that my Keplers were poor at. And all sorts of mandatory postprocessing started going into games, lots of which, Kepler had a hard time with. They were still quite proficient in geometry, simple shading and mem bandwidth, but the newer games required them to be capable of doing newer stuff, and there was only so much of that I could turn off. A good example of this was the change that happened between Dishonored 1 and 2. The first Dishonored would barely keep my sli 780tis running at 3d clocks at 4k60. Was a perfect game for my rig to run in near silence. The second one was tougher, but the AO that had somehow become obligatory to give the buildings any shadows knocked the framerate into the 30s. It didn't look that much better. Same thing with the volumetric lighting in Fallout4 in interiors. Outside-butterty smooth 60s, inside I was lucky to see 40. My wanted to play list started growing until I upgraded.

Maybe I'm being paraniod because of what happened to me, but it sure looks like a similar situation with Navi having not too many tflops and no other hardware way of doing the next hype bandwagon thing.

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i was in the same situation as you however i just got a EVGA 2070 Super XC Ultra as i have a Asus 27" 165hz monitor so it made sense to go the nvidia route.

What monitor do you have and do you plan on upgrading that to? if so get the GPU that matches your monitor.

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5% more perf for 20% more $. I would get 5700 XT. Also, feel there is more optimization left for RDNA while Turing has had 1 year. Don't even bother with RTX. Its bad with 2080 Ti let alone with 2070S.

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