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2 PCIe 8-pin
- 75 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build My one weakness
It's a radeon VII. I chose this card for the insanely good 1% fps lows. i don't care about 150+fps if my card dips down below 60 at any point. This card never does, and still hits 120+fps in most every game at 1440p with high-ultra settings.
- 25 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build First official build 2700x with Radeon vii
As my first gpu it is fast and loud. But powerful delivering fast FPS in gaming and helps the cpu kill render times. I did a small overclock boosting this from 1802 to 1991 and so far it has been working fine. renders in Premiere and Davinci are fast with no issues.
- 15 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Not your average-looking PC
It's $150 cheaper than some RTX 2080s out there. I've always been an NVIDIA user but the better price to performance ratio won me over. Newer drivers fixed the stability and noise issues many reviewers talked about when the Radeon VII came out two months ago. Compatibility with macOS is certainly a good bonus if I decide to hop back on the Hackintosh train.