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Steven T.

Steven T.

Joined on 06/10/17

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Big upgrade from by 1050 ti

SAPPHIRE PULSE Radeon RX 6700 10GB GDDR6 PCI Express 4.0 ATX Video Card 11321-02-20G
SAPPHIRE PULSE Radeon RX 6700 10GB GDDR6 PCI Express 4.0 ATX Video Card 11321-02-20G

Pros: I'm going to update this later after I get a faster monitor. I obviously can't get the most out of this thing at 60 fps at 1080p. I could be running Doom Eternal at an idle of 200 fps and an average of 175 at 1080p. I'm easily runny Horizon Zero Dawn at a steady 72 on my Samsung monitor that maxes out at 72. It could be in between 90-120. Horizon is where I noticed the biggest difference from the 1050 ti. The AMD software takes a bit of getting used to but I I like it better than NVidia. I even did a screen recording last night and noticed the sound quality was verbatim. Quite impressive. The overlay is nice.

Cons: The cons: I had a green screen on every start up---however, I disconnected my splitter and found out I can't use my HDMI Splitter. It has one HDMI port and THREE display port in the back. So if you want multiple displays, Iooks like HDMI might be out of the question for you. SW Fallen Order actually didn't look good on this card. It's an NVidia game so I'm a bit worried how many times that might happen. But for the PS games on PC it looks stunning. And once again frame rates are nothing to sneeze at.

Overall Review: Frame rates are ample. The rendering is pretty good, but not always optimal is the game is designed for NVidia. The lack of HDMI and the lack of integration with my splitter is my main gripe so far. The GUI takes some getting used to but I like it.