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    AMD Radeon RX 6000 power requirements put under scrutiny

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    Re: AMD Radeon RX 6000 power requirements put under scrutiny

    Honestly, what happens with Big Navi drivers will be a testament to AMD. It will tell us if they are listening to consumers or not. Tired of this

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    Re: AMD Radeon RX 6000 power requirements put under scrutiny

    Quote Originally Posted by mattburnzy View Post
    Honestly, what happens with Big Navi drivers will be a testament to AMD. It will tell us if they are listening to consumers or not. Tired of this

    Yes, hopefully they learned the lesson from the 5xxx cards, though apparantly they did improve stability of the drivers for those cards after launch. As there will be some similarities under the hood, I'd expect there to be better stability than 5xxx cards, but new lines always have bugs at launch to some extent.

    Personally, the better power usage is more important than the overall performance to me. I'll accept the trade off in performance for better efficiency.
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