bambala75
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— This is my backup video card, in case my 5700XT decides to give up (again). Dependable and a well performing card. I ran it in 1440p, no issues here, needs some adjustments in the game-quality settings (instead of ultra, go with high or med-high) hard to find any game that wouldn't run excellent in 1080p, all maxed out quality. Also needed to say, it's dead silent in my build, the fans (if they ever turn on) barely noticeable. Quiet, fast enough, dependable, small, low power consumption. What else do you want?

5 months ago.

— I have the XFX Thicc edition XT, and while it performs well, I had a DOA and needed to return and order another one. What ATI (XFX?) seem to lack is quality control. I used to have very dependable XFX cards from the 7700 -era which were still functioning last year, despite the many years of abuse I have put them through. My complaint is the size of this card is giant and it sags, but otherwise it's a monster and requires at least 700W PSU to stay on the safe side.

5 months ago.
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