So I have a 1.5 year old R7 1700 build with a b350 tomahawk and decided to switch from a 1080ti to a Radeon VII. All was well, so well in fact I got a second Radeon VII to hook into my build. I plugged it in and my system would not post and stays stuck with the VGA motherboard light lit up. I...
I am using a Radeon VII for compute alongside a 980ti which I am using for display. I have connected the R7 to a 1x riser however it is having error code 43 in device manager. The card was working fine in another computer and there were no errors
I have tried using the latest drivers (19.6.2)...
Hello, I am looking to buy the best graphics card for me but I am kind of hard pressed deciding which of these is the best decision. I am coming from an AMD Radeon R9 295x2 GPU. My current setup is as follows.
Key System Specs
Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master Motherboard
So I want to order a Radeon VII but I noticed it has two 8-pin power connectors.
I've had a 290x for years, and the power consumption seems to be exactly the same as Radeon VII at 295 watts, but the 290x has an 8-pin and a 6-pin, which is all my power supply has.
The 6-pin connectors can...
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As the title suggests I'm deciding between the two GPUs.
I'm leaning towards the RTX 2080 as I believe DLSS (Ray tracing as a bonus) has a more immediate future than AMD's high capacity memory.
However I do own a 4K monitor that is Freesync enabled.
How important is Freesync? Enough to sway...