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5700xt or rtx 2070?

ive been wanting to build a pc for a while and i have the list of parts ready except a gpu i originally wanted to go with a gigabyte rtx 2070 but ive seen alot of good things about the 5700xt and idk if i should get that or the 2070, im mostly going to use the pc for gaming at  2560x1080p resolution and im going to use a r5 3600

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5700xt's probably got better performance to price ratio in most games at the moment.


Nvidia cards have better feature sets particularly  if you ever wish to stream, their hardware encoder will likely come out superior.


Also Nvidia's DLSS 2 looks somewhat promising. If (a big if) it or a future version ever gets popularised among games and supported by the rtx2000 series cards, nvidia card owners will be rejoiced.


But you never know if AMD will pull a Ryzen on Nvidia as they did on Intel.


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