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Will Radeon 5700XT faster than RTX 2080Ti, in MFS?

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Ok so it is just my 2 cents...

Reviews worldwide show that Forza Horizon 4 which is a Microsoft title, is incredible fast using the New Radeon 5700XT.

Microsoft will use AMD CPU and GPU for the next gen Xbox. Microsoft pc game Forza Horizon has huge FPS using Radeon 5700XT

For me, it is crystal clear that using AMD CPU 3900x and GPU AMD 5700XT will be the sweetspot for the new Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Source: https://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/gpu_displays/amd_radeon_rx_5700_and_rx_5700_xt_review/9

 

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I just put in a quick search and TechSpot shows it fast but not a top leader. I looked at a few others also. Mind sharing a link. I would be interested in the results your seeing. It looks great for a $400 card. Thanks

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You know that MSFS 2020 will probably be optimized for "AMD inside" since Xbox Next will have that title.  P3Dv.5 maybe? 


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Based on my tests yesterday in the MSFS 2020 build v.0.8965 , I would say that Nvidia is around 15% faster.

ps : how can we know which card will be better for a game that's 1 years from release date.... ????

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2 hours ago, pao said:

Based on my tests yesterday in the MSFS 2020 build v.0.8965 , I would say that Nvidia is around 15% faster.

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MSFS 2020 build v1.138 min spec is an Intel 999999X-R and nVidia 9080GTX-RS and 128GB of HBM9 memory that was just announce in Oct 5th, 2021.

Verified with my TARDIS  😉

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This is caused by the 2080 ti causing cpu bottle necks at 1080p, look at the difference at 4k. 

Still a good card for the money, though I’ve read it runs like the sun. 

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12 hours ago, pao said:

Based on my tests yesterday in the MSFS 2020 build v.0.8965 , I would say that Nvidia is around 15% faster.

ps : how can we know which card will be better for a game that's 1 years from release date.... ????

😂   

A new build was released overnight....v.0.9105, Rob should verify when his Tardis is back online.

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There are some benches out on YouTube and 5700XT is outperformed by the 2700 super and the 2080 super in games but not price, as for the 2080ti not a chance, don't go by one review check them all.


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On 7/9/2019 at 4:17 AM, mestregroda said:

Ok so it is just my 2 cents...

For me, it is crystal clear that using AMD CPU 3900x and GPU AMD 5700XT will be the sweetspot for the new Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Crystal... :unsure:


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By the time the XBOX releases PC hardware will have moved past it that's been the case with all game consoles, it will be interesting to see what cooling solutions it will have.

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On 9 July 2019 at 12:17 PM, mestregroda said:

For me, it is crystal clear that using AMD CPU 3900x and GPU AMD 5700XT will be the sweetspot for the new Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Even though Intel and NVIDIA are by far the most poplular choices for gamers? Whilst AMD may be starting to offer real alternatives, the majority of existing systems don't use them. It's unlikely that most people will change to AMD-based systems just because of MSFS. Why would MS optimize it for the least popular brands?

Although it's by no means definitive, the latest Steam Hardware Survey shows that the average gamer has a 4-core CPU below 4GHz, 8gb of RAM, an NVIDIA GPU and games at 1920x1080. Whilst I wouldn't expect the new sim to run well on this sort of spec system, I don't think that MS can afford to target just the tiny minority of gamers who have very high-end systems.

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