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Do you plan to purchase AMD 5700/XT (NAVI)?

Do you plan to purchase AMD 5700/XT (NAVI)?  

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  1. 1. Will you be purchasing a 5700/XT?

    • Yes, I plan to buy one or already have.
      1
    • I'm still undecided.
      2
    • No, I plan to keep my current AMD/NVIDIA video card and wait for the next cycle.
      11


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I voted for keeping my current card. It would be around 200€ ( I subtracted the worth of my current card) that I would pay for a really small upgrade in UHD performance. Also I set the limit of the lifespan of my current system to 5 years.

Maybe I will buy a new card in 2021?

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