MSI RTX 2070 Armor Review

Unigine Valley 4K

MSI RTX 2070 Armor Review

Unigine Valley 4K

Better than the GTX 1080, nearly as good as the RTX 2080, not as good as the GTX 1080Ti, the RTX 2070 at 4K is, like most purchases, all about what you plan to do with it.

MSI RTX 2070 Armor Review  

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16-10-2018, 09:38:02

WYP
Does anybody else wonder why Armor?

I'd have tossed out that brand name years ago as soon as anyone realised that there is the whole Armour/Armor thing going on. They could have called it Shield or something.

Whenever I type anything to do with these cards I always need to double check to make sure it is spelt incorrectly (The UK spelling is Armour).Quote

16-10-2018, 10:05:59

AlienALX
Because MSI always have to give their cards stupid names is why. I mean Duke?

Thanks for the review, guys. TBH AMD need to get their prices down.Quote

16-10-2018, 11:13:55

Avet
Asian companies, and Asian market in general don't have the same concept of what "cool" is, compared to western world. Nor does everything translates especially well to english. It is much more obvious with companies that are predominantly focusing Asian market. It is literally a different world. I can give you an example of e-sports team names like Royal Never Give Up, or Detonation Focus Me. Those names have no logic for western world, but it is quite popular to combine words like that in China or Japan. So stupid for us doesn't mean they see it that way.Quote

16-10-2018, 17:09:19

Excalabur50
Well I for one am glad that MSI have listened to feedback from their customers and improved the cooling capabilities of their Armour cards as the Pascal coolers were pretty bad, whereas now those on a more limited budget can buy a card that will perform pretty well without getting too hot.
Thanks for the review!Quote

16-10-2018, 17:12:25

WYP
I'm looking forward to seeing the prices for these tomorrow.Quote
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