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Vega 64 for Ultrawide

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Is a vega 64 worth it for ultrawide gaming at 1440p? Could one expect it to last on high settings for another 2 or 3 years?

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2 minutes ago, anneAndy said:

Is a vega 64 worth it for ultrawide gaming at 1440p? Could one expect it to last on high settings for another 2 or 3 years?

Depends on what price the Vega 64 is in your area.

 

In most places, a Vega 56 is better value for money than the Vega 64.


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Yep, Will be ideal for 1440p ultrawide. Even better with a freesync monitor.

 

Unless you can get a 1080ti for not much more then go for it.

 

Regarding your question about the next 2-3 years: AMD's long-term driver support is very good.

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11 minutes ago, anneAndy said:

Is a vega 64 worth it for ultrawide gaming at 1440p? Could one expect it to last on high settings for another 2 or 3 years?

It'll be fine, but ultrawides are meme, and go for Vega 56 instead, performance is usually close with a decent price drop.

 

43" 4K is where it's at if you want a larger monitor.


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3 hours ago, AluminiumTech said:

Depends on what price the Vega 64 is in your area.

 

In most places, a Vega 56 is better value for money than the Vega 64.

Depending where you look sometimes the 64 is about 50-70 dollars us more then the 56 is.

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