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HELP!!!! RX vega 64 or GTX 1070ti

WillFullMass3
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Good day.

 

Hope all is well with everyone.

 

I need to make a choice between a GTX 1070ti or a RX vega 64 i have no idea whitch one to go with.

 

I prefer Nvidia but the vega is a good card so many  conflicting feelings help please.

 

Thank you.

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Games : Nvidia

Everything else : Vega

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3 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

Games : Nvidia

Everything else : Vega

The RX Vega competes with a 1080 in games though, so it'll be about equal with the 1070 Ti, and open up the option to get a cheaper FreeSync monitor if you want adaptive refresh. If the OP is only gaming and doesn't care about adaptive refresh, then get whichever is cheapest. If you do anything other than game, the Vega 64 beats out the 1070 Ti easily.

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Vega 64 is better than the 1070Ti as it trades blows with a 1080 in gaming. It's also better in productivity workloads, with the drawback being higher power consumption.

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23 minutes ago, Zando Bob said:

The RX Vega competes with a 1080 in games though, so it'll be about equal with the 1070 Ti, and open up the option to get a cheaper FreeSync monitor if you want adaptive refresh. If the OP is only gaming and doesn't care about adaptive refresh, then get whichever is cheapest. If you do anything other than game, the Vega 64 beats out the 1070 Ti easily.

Awesome I'm just going to gaming and some video editing for some YouTube videos now and again.   

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21 minutes ago, WillFullMass3 said:

Awesome I'm just going to gaming and some video editing for some YouTube videos now and again.   

Then just get the Vega 64, like the other guys said it's better overall. 

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