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Vega 56 vs. 1070ti

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In 1080p, or 1440p gaming (AAA titles) is there a difference between these two cards, and how future proof they are? 

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The Vega 56 competes with the 1070 IIRC. The 1070 Ti when overclocked performs about the same as a 1080, so you'd want a Vega 64. 

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The Vega 56 is a little faster than the 1070 and a little slower than the 1070 Ti. These are quite small differences though.

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1 minute ago, Zando Bob said:

The Vega 56 competes with the 1070 IIRC. The 1070 Ti when overclocked performs about the same as a 1080, so you'd want a Vega 64. 

No way Im getting a vega 64 its like 700$ the cheapest one in my country. Maybe a 1070then

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1 minute ago, Sakkura said:

The Vega 56 is a little faster than the 1070 and a little slower than the 1070 Ti. These are quite small differences though.

Does the vega 56 worth 600$ ?

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3 minutes ago, Sakkura said:

No. You can get one for $370 at the moment, with a bundle of free games on top.

 

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/3Nx2FT/powercolor-radeon-rx-vega-56-8gb-red-dragon-video-card-axrx-vega-56-8gbhbm2-2d2hdoc

I dont think I can order from pcpartpicker, they doesnt ship to Serbia

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Just now, SzaboAttila said:

I dont think I can order from pcpartpicker, they doesnt ship to Serbia

Ah, well, I have no idea what GPU pricing is like in Serbia. But if the Vega 56 costs less than the 1070 Ti then it's worth it.

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Just now, Sakkura said:

Ah, well, I have no idea what GPU pricing is like in Serbia. But if the Vega 56 costs less than the 1070 Ti then it's worth it.

They are about the same price ±10$

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12 minutes ago, SzaboAttila said:

They are about the same price ±10$

At that price difference, 1070 ti is better

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12 minutes ago, SzaboAttila said:

They are about the same price ±10$

Then go for the 1070 Ti. 

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17 hours ago, SzaboAttila said:

In 1080p, or 1440p gaming (AAA titles) is there a difference between these two cards, and how future proof they are? 

1070 ti can run 4k if you lower some settings , go with the 1070 ti

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Possible factor not mentions is monitor. If you want FreeSync or G-sync, obviously you'd have to match the GPU.

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