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RTX 2060 super VS RTX 2070 VS RX 5700xt

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi,

 

I am looking to upgrade my graphics card in the coming months. I play mostly Rainbow Six Siege, Call of Duty MW, the Division and Ghost Recon wild lands. what would your recommendations be, i am also looking into upgrading to a 144hz monitor as well, would these cards be suitable for higher refresh rates and i noticed that they are around 550w to 600w recommended psu. is my corsair rm550x gold psu suitable for these cards 

 

Thanks.

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The 5700XT is slightly faster than the 2070, which is slightly faster than the 2060S.

Either card should work perfectly fine with an RM550x, unless you're running a Threadripper CPU or something else that itself will consume a big chunk of power.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

The 5700XT is slightly faster than the 2070, which is slightly faster than the 2060S.

Either card should work perfectly fine with an RM550x, unless you're running a Threadripper CPU or something else that itself will consume a big chunk of power.

Thank you, i am running a ryzen 5 2600 atm i am not sure if that is a cpu that draws a lot of power

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4 minutes ago, CAL2000 said:

Thank you, i am running a ryzen 5 2600 atm i am not sure if that is a cpu that draws a lot of power

Yeah you've nothing to worry about, the 2600 is a fairly low power CPU.


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I run a 3600x with a rx5700xt on a corsair rmx550 watt psu just fine

 


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Cooler: Corsair h100i rgb platinum 

Fans: 6 Corsair sp120 rgb pro 

GPU: Sapphire Pulse Rx5700xt 

Ram: 32gb Corsair rgb pro ddr4 3600mhz 

Case: Corsair 220T 

PSU: Corsair Rm850x

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5700xt all the way, cheaper then a 2070s and has almost the same performance. Get a 3 fans cooler one, any brand just not asus.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, Xkillerpn said:

5700xt all the way, cheaper then a 2070s and has almost the same performance. Get a 3 fans cooler one, any brand just not asus.

i just saw the video from Hardware Unboxed about them. i definitely will not be buying an ASUS one  

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, Gohardgrandpa said:

I run a 3600x with a rx5700xt on a corsair rmx550 watt psu just fine

 

Awesome, thank you 

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8 hours ago, CAL2000 said:

i just saw the video from Hardware Unboxed about them. i definitely will not be buying an ASUS one  

I have the sapphire pulse and its been solid. It's only a 2 fan card but temps are good without setting a screaming loud fan curve


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The Sapphire Pulses are way overbuilt (which is good), and have overkill cooling (at least for the 5600xt)


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