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I am going to never buy an AMD card again.

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Just now, Cosmos csgoroll.com said:

I am not upset that it couldnt yielded budget performance.I am upset because of the Price/Performance ratio.

 

...I'm going to guess that you didn't look up the price to performance prior to purchasing it, huh?

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5 minutes ago, Cosmos csgoroll.com said:

What is with low end cards ? they all crash randomly ?

 

I buy low end cards because CS:GO isnt a demanding game.

if ur getting crashing unless the card is defective, its not the fault of the graphics card, go buy an nvidia card it shouldn't make a difference.

 

if you want, list all your system details and some info on what exactly happens when it "crashes" and we might be able to help, you still have the 550 right?

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1 minute ago, nerdslayer1 said:

why did you buy it? 

I live in turkey.It was the most sensible if not only option because of tax.There isnt a lot of cards here to choose from.If i wanted to buy it from amazon,i have the pay at least $30 for shipping.

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2 minutes ago, TrigrH said:

if ur getting crashing unless the card is defective, its not the fault of the graphics card, go buy an nvidia card it shouldn't make a difference.

 

if you want, list all your system details and some info on what exactly happens when it "crashes" and we might be able to help, you still have the 550 right?

I sold it for the R9 :P

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1 minute ago, Cosmos csgoroll.com said:

I live in turkey.It was the most sensible if not the only option because of tax.There isnt a lot of cards here to choose from.If i wanted to buy it from amazon,i have the pay at least $30 for shipping.

 

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25 minutes ago, Princess Cadence said:

I like AMD for their CPUs, not their GPUs [:

I feel like the Radeon group has a bunch of talented hardware engineers, but for some reason are lacking software engineers because AMD's bean counter thinks an engineer is an engineer.

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3 minutes ago, TrigrH said:

that doesnt even come with the right PCIE connectors to power a 270x if im not mistaken

Actualy no it doesnt.But i have a 3 pin to 4 pin adapter

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As someone who leans towards AMD, I agree. AMD cards just lack the polish of Geforce cards and seem to have more problems to me. They do usually get better down the line with AMD Finewine technology, but I want something that just works. Geforce cards just feel better to use to me. Plus, Vega is most likely gonna be a joke. It's a shame, back in the 200 series and before, AMD/ATi's cards were really good, but they just can't keep up anymore, which I blame AMD for. I wish AMD never bought ATi. AMD, your CPUs are fucking great (minus faildozer and anything with a FX logo on it), but your GPUs... Nah.

 

 

i like the 480/580 tho and my good ol 9600pro is my baby

 

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1 minute ago, 2Buck said:

As someone who leans towards AMD, I agree. AMD cards just lack the polish of Geforce cards and seem to have more problems. They do usually get better down the line with AMD Finewine technology, but I want something that just works. Geforce cards just feel better to use to me. Plus, Vega is most likely gonna be a joke. It's a shame, back in the 200 series and before, AMD/ATi's cards were really good, but they just can't keep up anymore, which I blame AMD for. I wish AMD never bought ATi. AMD, your CPUs are fucking great (minus faildozer and anything with a FX logo on it), but your GPUs... Nah.

 

I %100 agree with you.I had no problems with my CPU and i never saw a game get bottlenecked because of my cpu.I will sell my GPU as fast as i can to get a NVIDIA GPU

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have you ran all of these cards on the same Windows installation? Have you tried to test the cards on a new installation of Windows? What we're dealing with might be a software issue, not a hardware one. If you don't have an extra hard drive, you can partition your drive and install it on a second given you have enough space. If it still lags/crashes on the new installation, then it's definitely hardware related. Although the power supply setup worries me a bit. No idea what you mean by 3 pin to 4 pin adapter, but unless you meant Molex to 6-Pin PCIE, you're lacking a whole other 6-Pin connector which means power draw problems if it even lets you run the card at all.


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26 minutes ago, 2Buck said:

As someone who leans towards AMD, I agree. AMD cards just lack the polish of Geforce cards and seem to have more problems to me. They do usually get better down the line with AMD Finewine technology, but I want something that just works. Geforce cards just feel better to use to me. Plus, Vega is most likely gonna be a joke. It's a shame, back in the 200 series and before, AMD/ATi's cards were really good, but they just can't keep up anymore, which I blame AMD for. I wish AMD never bought ATi. AMD, your CPUs are fucking great (minus faildozer and anything with a FX logo on it), but your GPUs... Nah.

 

 

i like the 480/580 tho and my good ol 9600pro is my baby

 

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1000000% agree. AMD should have never bought ATI. Hell, we might have not had 10+ years of shitty CPU's from them if they didnt have to compete in the GPU market. 

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9 minutes ago, syloui said:

have you ran all of these cards on the same Windows installation? Have you tried to test the cards on a new installation of Windows? What we're dealing with might be a software issue, not a hardware one. If you don't have an extra hard drive, you can partition your drive and install it on a second given you have enough space. If it still lags/crashes on the new installation, then it's definitely hardware related. Although the power supply setup worries me a bit. No idea what you mean by 3 pin to 4 pin adapter, but unless you meant Molex to 6-Pin PCIE, you're lacking a whole other 6-Pin connector which means power draw problems if it even lets you run the card at all.

I have no idea what is the adapters name in english. Also i did try on a new installation of windows.Still crashes.I hardly think it is a hardware issue.It was fine like 1-2 days ago.

 

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Yeah this is just more and more sounding not like the GPU fault. A psu with adapter cables.. man I really didn't think anyone used those things. 

 

Post of pic of your Pc.. let me see if my Theory is correct. 


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Lol, I'm strictly Nvidia no matter what miner hype does to AMD cards. AMD did good with Ryzen, but their software has never been a strong point. Radeon cards made during the Fury era on up artifact under lighting conditions with OpenGL that Nvidia never does because of bad drivers.


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Buy lowend product, get lowend results.

 

You wouldn't expect a console to perform amazingly, would you?

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1 hour ago, EPENEX said:

Graphics cards are a scam. Just get a good CPU with integrated graphics.

Technically, he already did.  He has an A10 APU.

2 hours ago, Cosmos csgoroll.com said:
Processor :AMD A10-6800 

Have you tried running with the onboard graphics?  Just to test, if nothing else.

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