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Just now, Yashiees said:

Do you need a 2070 super ? 

Nvec is nice but for a 3700x I'm gonna assume if your streaming you'll be using h.264 just get a 5700xt 

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1 hour ago, TofuHaroto said:

Do you need a 2070 super ? 

Nvec is nice but for a 3700x I'm gonna assume if your streaming you'll be using h.264 just get a 5700xt 

for gaming yeah- Or I could go for Ryzen 5 3600 and use nvenc and it will lower my cost.

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1 minute ago, Yashiees said:

for gaming yeah- Or I could go for Ryzen 5 3600 and use nvenc and it will lower my cost.

If you can afford the 3700x go for it 

If your streaming go for the 3700x if your only gaming 

There is no point in getting a 3700xt 

But if you want to lower the cost and not lose quality of stream a 2070 super will do

Or a 5700xt and use h.264 with a 3700x

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1 hour ago, TofuHaroto said:

Do you need a 2070 super ? 

Nvec is nice but for a 3700x I'm gonna assume if your streaming you'll be using h.264 just get a 5700xt 

this card is on offer right now! https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/components-upgrades/graphics-cards/msi-geforce-rtx-2070-8-gb-super-ventus-gp-oc-graphics-card-10196818-pdt.html

 

is this better than the 2 above?

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1 hour ago, Light-Yagami said:

for streaming: yes, with nvec. (same quality as h264 fast on CPU)

for gaming: yes, it's the best fps/dollar ratio of high end gaming GPUs. 

what about steaming/gaming same time?

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Just now, Yashiees said:

what about steaming/gaming same time?

Streaming with nvec causes around 5-10% performance hit. There is no other penalties. Games will run smooth, with steady frame-times. 

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3 minutes ago, Light-Yagami said:

for streaming: yes, with nvec. (same quality as h264 fast on CPU)

for gaming: yes, it's the best fps/dollar ratio of high end gaming GPUs. 

5700xt is way better value 

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1 minute ago, TofuHaroto said:

5700xt is way better value 

Uses more power, runs hotter, needs bigger enclosure, doesn't have nvenc.. anything else?

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3 minutes ago, Light-Yagami said:

Uses more power,

Not by as much as you would think

 

3 minutes ago, Light-Yagami said:

runs hotter

No ?

 

3 minutes ago, Light-Yagami said:

bigger enclosure

We are talking about non reference cards 

That's the case for both of these 

3 minutes ago, Light-Yagami said:

doesn't have nvenc.

Has a hardware encoder that's almost as good 

 

3 minutes ago, Light-Yagami said:

anything else?

It's a 100 dollars less 

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8 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

Not by as much as you would think

 

No ?

 

We are talking about non reference cards 

That's the case for both of these 

Has a hardware encoder that's almost as good 

 

It's a 100 dollars less 

Okay - your points are fair. I don't think the guy's going to change his mind though, and I was reassuring him that the choice he made was a good one. Which it was. 

 

5700XT is between $400-450, RTX 2070 between $500-550. Difference of cca 20%. RTX 2070 is about 15-20% faster at 1440p depending on the game. By getting 5700XT, you're effectively paying less to get less.

 

I'm excited about the future of AMD GPUs though, and will recommend them more openly if they turn out to be worth a purchase. Not just because of value, but because of performance.

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