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    Hey guys, I have plans to buy a gaming pc in the coming February. After a little research, I've decided to go for AMD Ryzen 5 3600. As for GPU, I'm still undecided. On one hand, I've got a soft spot for Nvidia and the features they provide. Then again, the new Rx 5600 xt crushes rtx 2060 in most depertments. It may also come in cheaper. What do you guys suggest? And, I would also appreciate if you suggest me some great builds around 80k.

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    One thing if u decide to buy rx5600xt, it comes with two varient. One is much slower than the other. So, do a bit research before buying. The faster version is 14gbps mem speed . Start with that. Look out for foreign tech forums.

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    The AMD 5x00 XT series has been terrible. Benchmarks don't show the amount of hassles users are facing due to bad drivers. User forums are filled with complaints where the cards are failing to do basic stuff.

    Only recently GamerNexus mentioned driver issues in prime time.

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    Really? I saw some videos and articles and in those 5600xt crashes the rtx 2060. Didn't find anything about any issues though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    The AMD 5x00 XT series has been terrible. Benchmarks don't show the amount of hassles users are facing due to bad drivers. User forums are filled with complaints where the cards are failing to do basic stuff.

    Only recently GamerNexus mentioned driver issues in prime time.

    I've researched a bit and didn't find anything mentioned about any issues though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    One thing if u decide to buy rx5600xt, it comes with two varient. One is much slower than the other. So, do a bit research before buying. The faster version is 14gbps mem speed . Start with that. Look out for foreign tech forums.
    I'll most probably go with the slower one cause my GPU budget at max is 20k.

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUFRBnJdx3Y

    Doesn't help in gaming though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dracu_JeF View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUFRBnJdx3Y

    Doesn't help in gaming though.
    Yeah. But Nvidia is love for me. Still not decided.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kashef2015 View Post
    Hey guys, I have plans to buy a gaming pc in the coming February. After a little research, I've decided to go for AMD Ryzen 5 3600. As for GPU, I'm still undecided. On one hand, I've got a soft spot for Nvidia and the features they provide. Then again, the new Rx 5600 xt crushes rtx 2060 in most depertments. It may also come in cheaper. What do you guys suggest? And, I would also appreciate if you suggest me some great builds around 80k.
    From the reviews and benchmarks I have seen the 5600xt doesn't really crush the 2060 but rather is ever so slightly better than 2060 by a margin of 2%-3%,which would be virtually unnoticed while gaming.Where in some games the rtx does better and in some titles the 5600 is better.Now you would also need to update the bios for that performance boost.

    Secondly,If you think about the future.Raytracing will become a thing especially with the next gen consoles coming up.Those will be offering raytracing aswell.
    Nvidia RTX series also offers DLSS which amd currently does not(if im not mistaken).
    So if you wanna grab a gpu now and run it for the next 4/5 years+ when raytracing will be a norm then nvidia rtx would be safer bet imo.

    In summary,the rtx 2060 costs 20$ more while performing slightly worse than the 5600xt.But if you want a gpu for long term rtx would be the wiser choice from my view....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juboraz View Post
    From the reviews and benchmarks I have seen the 5600xt doesn't really crush the 2060 but rather is ever so slightly better than 2060 by a margin of 2%-3%,which would be virtually unnoticed while gaming.Where in some games the rtx does better and in some titles the 5600 is better.Now you would also need to update the bios for that performance boost.

    Secondly,If you think about the future.Raytracing will become a thing especially with the next gen consoles coming up.Those will be offering raytracing aswell.
    Nvidia RTX series also offers DLSS which amd currently does not(if im not mistaken).
    So if you wanna grab a gpu now and run it for the next 4/5 years+ when raytracing will be a norm then nvidia rtx would be safer bet imo.

    In summary,the rtx 2060 costs 20$ more while performing slightly worse than the 5600xt.But if you want a gpu for long term rtx would be the wiser choice from my view....
    Well, I've decided. I'll go with the rtx 2060. I heard about Nvidia dropping it's price to 300usd. Can I expect a price drop in BD too? And how do I manage a Ryzen 5 and a RTX 2060 within 80k. It's becoming really difficult for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kashef2015 View Post
    Well, I've decided. I'll go with the rtx 2060. I heard about Nvidia dropping it's price to 300usd. Can I expect a price drop in BD too? And how do I manage a Ryzen 5 and a RTX 2060 within 80k. It's becoming really difficult for me.
    If i remember correctly international pricing change does effect BD market but takes quiet sometime to do so..
    Someone else can shade some light on this matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juboraz View Post
    If i remember correctly international pricing change does effect BD market but takes quiet sometime to do so..
    Someone else can shade some light on this matter.
    I'll most probably buy at the middle of February. One more thing, bro. Do shops like ryans or startech or binary logic sell their product exactly at the price point shown on their website or do they go for a little less when buying directly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kashef2015 View Post
    I'll most probably buy at the middle of February. One more thing, bro. Do shops like ryans or startech or binary logic sell their product exactly at the price point shown on their website or do they go for a little less when buying directly?
    They give you some discount.You will get atleast 500 taka discount if you ask them, or even more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kashef2015 View Post

    I've researched a bit and didn't find anything mentioned about any issues though.
    Look into Black screen issues. Pretty common.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juboraz View Post
    They give you some discount.You will get atleast 500 taka discount if you ask them, or even more...
    300 to 500 to discount per product can make upto 3-5k savings. Hopefully, I'll manage it under 80k.

    Thanks brother. Lots of love.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by aayman View Post
    Look into Black screen issues. Pretty common.
    I've taken my decision to go with Nvidia. Thanks for the tip, though.

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    Don't buy RTX 2060 for ray tracing bullshit, seriously. Never buy first gen of any new tech. By the time ray tracing becomes mainstream like everyone's saying it will, first gen RTX cards will give piss-poor performance.

    Buy Nvidia for features that are mature and better than AMD. 1) NVENC encoder that very much helps if you try streaming, 2) overall better driver performance compared to RX 5000 series, 3) better performance in UE4 games (they're Nvidia-biased. No way around that), 4) if you want a GPU for VR gaming and 5) if you want a GPU for machine-learning/AI work etc.

    But yeah. AMD cards in BD are a little overpriced imo. See which one's cheaper and buy that. Techland BD is quick in price changes and they bring Colorful GPUs which is the cheapest (but not necessarily the worst) GPU brand in BD (according to $ to BDT conversion) atm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kashef2015 View Post
    I've taken my decision to go with Nvidia. Thanks for the tip, though.
    You're probably making the right choice at this time.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDyP9nDw_q0

    Failures are expected in the 5600 XT.

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    5600XT launch has been a catastrophic mess and the situation needs to settle down first as there's too much variability with the models. 2060 is a safer bet - more stable drivers and no bios flashing drama. But to be honest, i'd skip the 2060, save up and get the 5700/2070 vanilla simply for having 8GB memory. Upcoming games are going to take advantage of that extra 2GB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    Don't buy RTX 2060 for ray tracing bullshit, seriously. Never buy first gen of any new tech. By the time ray tracing becomes mainstream like everyone's saying it will, first gen RTX cards will give piss-poor performance.

    Buy Nvidia for features that are mature and better than AMD. 1) NVENC encoder that very much helps if you try streaming, 2) overall better driver performance compared to RX 5000 series, 3) better performance in UE4 games (they're Nvidia-biased. No way around that), 4) if you want a GPU for VR gaming and 5) if you want a GPU for machine-learning/AI work etc.

    But yeah. AMD cards in BD are a little overpriced imo. See which one's cheaper and buy that. Techland BD is quick in price changes and they bring Colorful GPUs which is the cheapest (but not necessarily the worst) GPU brand in BD (according to $ to BDT conversion) atm.
    I'll start my bachelors in CSE this April. Don't have any Idea about what I require in terms of hardware in regards to studying computer science but hopefully It'll do, I suppose. And maybe, I'll upgrade after two or three years inshallah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mazhar View Post
    5600XT launch has been a catastrophic mess and the situation needs to settle down first as there's too much variability with the models. 2060 is a safer bet - more stable drivers and no bios flashing drama. But to be honest, i'd skip the 2060, save up and get the 5700/2070 vanilla simply for having 8GB memory. Upcoming games are going to take advantage of that extra 2GB
    I'm going 1080p for now. DO you think I really need to spend 40k+ on graphics for 1080p gaming?

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    To be honest I don't know about the prices there in BD. In the states and europe, 2060/5600 and 5700/2070 vanilla dont have much of a price difference. Around 60-80$

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    Get the RTX 2060. The 5600 XT will become obsolete once AMD themselves ship cards with DXR aka Ray Tracing, which isn't too far off. It will become a matter of the feature set the cards support, rather than how effectively they can support them. Kind of like when games needed Hardware T & L and you were stuck with a card that didn't have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Get the RTX 2060. The 5600 XT will become obsolete once AMD themselves ship cards with DXR aka Ray Tracing, which isn't too far off. It will become a matter of the feature set the cards support, rather than how effectively they can support them. Kind of like when games needed Hardware T & L and you were stuck with a card that didn't have it.
    Thanks for the tip.

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    Hey guys, one more thing. I'm going to IDB this coming monday. Any ideas about which shops do I check in for the best prices? Budget is 80k max and I wanna go for a Ryzen 5 3600 with a RTX 2060. I've got no intentions of overclocking. Pls suggest me the best build possible within my budget.

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