Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Alan1969, Aug 1, 2019.
RX5500, RX5600, RX5800, RX5900
Was tempted by a 5700, i may hold off to see what the 5800 has to offer. The V56 is ample for now.
Am in the same boat, waiting for a bigger chip.
Best case scenario equal to a 2080 Super after some drivers for about $30 less. Typical AMD and not until near christmas.
The pulse is a great card and im using it at 1440p with no issues what so ever. i think its FOMO which is making me want a 5700
Yea, probably would be in the similar period as back when the Hawaii cards (290x) was launch, with stock cooler version launch at last week of October, and AIB customer coolers version not available till early Dec or something like that.
I think the HD5870 was launched at the last quarter as well.
Gotta think about the power envelope though too, are we talking 300w max? If so that's gonna be tight for the biggest CU chips.
Now Nvidia will release the Ti super-duper wallet duper.
I like buying graphics cards and I cannot lie
5700XT uses about 170 to 200 watts, if you take 200 watts and add 60% shaders to it, 4096, it brings you to 320 watts, i think 300 watts is about right.
2080TI is 280 Watts.
5700Xt is 225w when power limits are removed at stock.
With heavy throttling due to the inefficient FE cooler. It burns 303W on average and 322W peak when a better cooler is used like the one found in the Aorus Xtreme.
Yeah but then its clocking deep into that curve where you gain little for hugely more power, out of the box it's already somewhat into that curve, which is typical of AMD these days, its much more efficient with a little performance loss.
I didn't know that, i just looked at typical reviews.
my v56 is fine at 4k for me. however I am building a ITX build and just ordered a RX570 - I wish that they had released a small low power RX5500 navi already.
I am using my FE V56 at stock (well ventilated case, 5 x 120mm) and is fine. perhaps don't overclock a FE 5700 - do you need to?
i dont think you will be disappointing by the 570, they're still solid cards.
I had a 8gb RX480 a while ago and that was fine for my gaming on a 4K monitor! so no I am sure that my wife wont be disappointed with the RX570 (it is overkill for her anyway).
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