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RX 5700XT Additional $32 Sapphire Nitro+ to Gigabyte

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Is getting the RX 5700 XT Sapphire Nitro+ worth getting over Gigabyte OC for $32 additional price? I can say I cant go wrong with any but I just wanna know if the additional cost is worth it.


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1 minute ago, koji said:

Is getting the RX 5700 XT Sapphire Nitro+ worth getting over Gigabyte OC for $32 additional price? I can say I cant go wrong with any but I just wanna know if the additional cost is worth it.

I would get the asus strix one, or the asrock taichi ultimate for that price point

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that seems fair


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6 minutes ago, SavageNeo said:

I would get the asus strix one, or the asrock taichi ultimate for that price point

Aren't both of those worse than the Nitro and GB OC? The Taichi might be better than the GB but the Strix is probably worse in every way, but i doubt the Taichi is better than the Nitro.

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12 minutes ago, SavageNeo said:

I would get the asus strix one, or the asrock taichi ultimate for that price point

Both cards are worse than Nitro+, why would you recommend that?


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1 minute ago, Quadriplegic said:

Both cards are worse than Nitro+, why would you recommend that?

If you're using a Aura system it looks very cool and it's very quiet.


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Just now, Playlogo said:

If you're using a Aura system it looks very cool.

Yeah, and polished turd is still a turd. 


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Sapphire arguably makes the best AMD cards. I would stick with the Nitro+


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