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Friday, February 5, 2021
- almost as good as the 6800xt/6900xt - really good at overclocking, since the heatsink is the same as the 6800xt variant, meaning higher clocks lower temps - silent, since I got it, max settings everything at 3440x1440, and the fans have barely made a whisper. - comes with a bracket to help support the weight
- overpriced from MSRP (they released running you 900$ for reference, while this cost me $1020, and now it has been increased in price to 1180$ - not as good as the 6800xt/6900xt - RGB (lucky you can turn it off with MSI software) - weighs just over a kilo and a half.
Great card if you are looking for an upgrade from the 5700 xt, or any 20 series nvidia card. Would go so far as saying it is necessary. The 16gb VRAM will help protect you as textures get bigger for 4k gaming. You can go with the xt variant if you want the extra horse-power for 4k, but on my 3440x1440 I have no issues running at 100fps or higher on most modern games. With the OC, cyberpunk is averaging between 60-70fps. Card is really silent, even when the fans do turn on.