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I had just rebuilt a PC and took me longer than I'd like to admit to realize it was the graphics card causing all of my issues gaming. Constant crashes mid game sometimes not even in a game will still crash and restart my PC or force me to manually shut down. AMD has released several driver updates since I bought this a few months ago and nothing has fixed the issues. I do not recommend.
I bought the 2060 KO from evga and quickly saw this card after. The evga 2060 was 350 while this one is 290. I saw some YouTube videos that said this is the best card for 1080 p gaming and this is just that. I am able to get 144 FPS on med high setting in warzone! That’s nuts. I can get 144 FPS on all games I play. A good update bios from msi just go to their website and download the drivers and this card outperforms higher price cards and it has a backplate! It feels sturdy when installing and cooling idles at 37c under load I reach 60c max under heavy load and that’s with one case intake fan. I have ordered more and will notice better cooling efficiency highly recommend!
Overall extremely happy with my purchase, the card is a great performer and blows through any games I throw at it, all while staying super cool with the premium cooler. Don't let the price scare you, you are paying for a great reliable product.
Pros- Very affordable and accurately priced @ > $300- Very cool gpu. Stress tests with Kombuster/Userbenchmark couldn't push the gpu above 80c before OC crash.- Adrenalin software is interesting/Very customizable with current updates (is finally stable)- Freesync (significantly easier to find a nice monitor for this gpu as most monitors now have freesync)- Lots of room for over clocking and pretty damn stable compared to Nvidia- FPS is *pretty good for the priceCons- Very sharp/ grainy graphical style. (NVIDIA is known for being smooth and silky while this card is grainy and sharp in most games. This is not a bad thing if you're looking for the best FPS, but i try to build systems that look amazing and function amazing. This card is more of the side of "function amazing")- Gets crushed by the 2060 super and fairly out done by the 2060. This is a half step down from the 2060 in my book.- Time consuming for new PC builders to get settings dialed in. I've spent probably 4-5 hours getting this card dialed in - running DDU, driver updates, general card settings in adrenaline, monitor configuration etc. Much more tweaking needed compared to an NVIDIA card buy after everything is all said and done, i like the customization this card offers.- Not particularly amazing but a good card. Can't run warzone on max settings without a lot of performance chopping, WoW at max settings performs around 65-75 fps. Was a little disappointed at first. HOWEVER on more customized graphics/settings in adrenalin you can push the image quality down and get significantly higher performance.OVERALL (TLDR) - I'd give this card a 7/10 for value alone. Don't expect this card to handle everything you throw at it, but do expect this card to put up pretty good performance in most scenarios.
Rocky start:When I first purchased this in early March 2020, it was extremely unstable because of the well known AMD driver issues which caused constant black screens among thousands of people. I was SO SO close to returning this thing because I had to endure these issues for a month asking myself "Did I really just spend $300 on this piece of junk??" Thankfully I hung in there for just a tad bit longer. Mid March I flashed the new VBIOS using MSI Live Updates and the black screens weren't as constant, but the issues still remained. Finally AMD released a new driver update mid March version 20.3.1 which seemed to fix the black screens and also addressed the known issues in the "What's new" portion of the driver update info.Conclusion:This is a 1080p killing machine! Great value for the money and can stand toe-to-toe against RTX 2060 Super but for about $100 less. Make sure to flash new VBIOS using MSI LIVE Updates and update to latest AMD drivers for RX 5600 XT.