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rx 5700xt or 2060 super ?

Should i get the rtx 2060 super or the rx 5700 xt ?


I've seen people complain about the driver updates in the rx 5700 xt and sometimes its not working. I also heard that it was fixed so im seeing what you guys say.

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I use rx 5700 xt and have had no problems.. been running it at 100% for over two months (folding@home and BOINC) not a single problem..

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~unless you want “support” for raytracing although it will run like shit on a 2060.

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The rx 5700 xt is a much better choice. The vast majority of the driver issues were at launch. In fact I remember people saying on this forum that they bough the XT at launch and have had no issues then or now. Even if the driver issues scare you off, the Nvidia equivalent for the XT is 2070 or 2070 Super. So, if you choose Nvidia the 2070 is your best option form Nvidia


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35 minutes ago, Atomicest said:

Should i get the rtx 2060 super or the rx 5700 xt ?

the XT is faster unless you want to mess with minecraft ray tracing, but then you probably want a 2070/super at least

drivers are fine now


the really cheap cards will only have average at best coolers, power color/sapphire/gigabyte gaming OC are the above average ones.

I edit my posts a lot, Twitter is @LordStreetguru just don't ask PC questions there mostly...



What is your budget/country for your new PC?


what monitor resolution/refresh rate?


What games or other software do you need to run?



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