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2060 super or 5700xt

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5700xt is comparable to  2070 super os gho with 5700 XT


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5700XT - it's a good bit faster than the 2060 Super, and by the sounds of it raw performance is all you're looking for.


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You do know that 2160p is 4K...??  If your choice is the two GPU's listed, you got little to no hope.


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Just now, Eighjan said:

You do know that 2160p is 4K...??  If your choice is the two GPU's listed, you got little to no hope.

ohh sorry I meant 1080p ultra and 1440p

my bad

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3 minutes ago, DarkAavenger777 said:

for cod mw ultra settings 1440p or 2160p at high? what is the best card to go with

5700xt and 2060 super cost the same, but the 5700xt performs almost equivalent to the 2070 super.

 

so yeah, 5700xt is the way to go


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i get 135+fps on 1080p max with 5700 xT


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2 minutes ago, DarkAavenger777 said:

ohh sorry I meant 1080p ultra and 1440p

my bad

To echo what others have said, already, the 5700XT is the better GPU (on paper, at least) so whatever card fits you budget based on that GPU.

 

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FTR - what CPU...?


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The 5700XT is the better choice as long as you don't need any NVidia specific features like NVENC, DLSS or Raytracing to name a few.


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4 minutes ago, Eighjan said:

You do know that 2160p is 4K...??  If your choice is the two GPU's listed, you got little to no hope.

nah its ok

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2 minutes ago, Eighjan said:

5700XT + CoD: MW at 4K on High settings...?  Really?!

Yeah I agree, 4K High is going to be a little rough on a 5700XT I reckon, mostly because of how fast paced and competitive Modern Warfare is. 

Dropping the settings should help a bit though.


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2 minutes ago, Eighjan said:

5700XT + CoD: MW at 4K on High settings...?  Really?!

not high lol, but you can squeeze out 50 fps if you adjust the settings 😛


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5 minutes ago, ki8aras said:

so i, the guy with a 5700xt and a 4k monitor wouldnt know???

You must have it paired w/ a 9900K, then... because even a 2080-series card will have a fair to middling battle with decent FPS in 4K & reasonable looking settings.


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2 minutes ago, Eighjan said:

You must have it paired w/ a 9900K, then... because even a 2080-series card will have a fair to middling battle with decent FPS in 4K & reasonable looking settings.

i mean it draws like 250w but it works with a 2700

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Just now, ki8aras said:

i mean it draws like 250w but it works with a 2700

Ryzen7 2700 (or the even older Intel 2700?) & a 5700XT gets 60fps+ on 4K with HIGH settings... in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare...?


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7 minutes ago, Eighjan said:

Ryzen7 2700 (or the even older Intel 2700?) & a 5700XT gets 60fps+ on 4K with HIGH settings... in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare...?

Why not just check the guys profile, their full set up is on there


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Just now, GOTSpectrum said:

Why not just check the guys profile, their full set up is on there

I don't presume that everyone does that, as it isn't mandatory for membership of the site.

But thank you for your assistance.


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Just now, Eighjan said:

I don't presume that everyone does that, as it isn't mandatory for membership of the site.

But thank you for your assistance.

No worries, I find a good number of people have their set up on their profile, usually the guys with higher-mid to high end hardware like to have it on show I've noticed. 


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1 minute ago, GOTSpectrum said:

No worries, I find a good number of people have their set up on their profile, usually the guys with higher-mid to high end hardware like to have it on show I've noticed. 

I did it because I can - my system is hardly anything to shout too loud about.


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42 minutes ago, Eighjan said:

To echo what others have said, already, the 5700XT is the better GPU (on paper, at least) so whatever card fits you budget based on that GPU.

 

EDIT:

FTR - what CPU...?

r5 3600

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4 minutes ago, DarkAavenger777 said:

r5 3600

Well; both those GPU's are better (certainly newer) than my Vega 56 & I have the same CPU, so I can't see that a 5700XT will be too troubled by 1440p.


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36 minutes ago, Eighjan said:

You must have it paired w/ a 9900K, then... because even a 2080-series card will have a fair to middling battle with decent FPS in 4K & reasonable looking settings.

On 4K you don't need a 9900k. The 9900K and r5 3600 should perform exactly the same because with pretty much every game at 4K the GPU will be the one and only bottleneck. As you go higher in resolution the CPU matters less and less.


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Hopped onto the game for a bit just to test this out for myself (after a 30GB update, of course).

 

Turned the render scaling to 200% (resulting in 4K), maxed out all the settings excluding DXR, and I got around 55-65FPS on Grazna Raid, with the slight caveat that at the moment I'm running single-channel memory so while this doesn't strike me as the most memory dependant title, with dual-channel memory you'd probably be seeing at least a few extra frames. Game is definitely playable, but I wouldn't personally run it like this in multiplayer, since the added input lag is noticeable, so flicking and general aiming is quite a bit harder. If you get used to it though it might not be as big of a problem, but still it's not ideal.

Dropping the settings to a mix of low and medium results in a fairly decent experience, even for me. Around 70FPS and pretty stable throughout.

 

Though keep in mind that this is with a 2070 Super, so a 5700XT would be slightly behind this.

Either way, at 1440p, you'll be more than fine. I played this game at 1440p most of the time and it ran perfectly fine.


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