Works well for me on my cheap 4k monitor, but I haven't played a lot of newer, graphics-intensive games. Usually hovers around 65-70°C when playing Anno 2070 (moderately graphics intensive) at 60fps in 4k. Did see some screen tearing while playing the Shadow of the Tomb Raider demo, but it wasn't enough to make it un-playable IMO.
Honestly it was great when limited to 30fps with HDMI. Hopefully can figure out the issues I'm having with higher frames... hope it's not the card but may be.
Thanks, yeah I'm going to do a little more debugging this weekend.
Thanks! Yeah very happy with the overall aesthetics.
Havent OC'd myself extra, but the card has a small factory OC. I may be incorrect in blaming the GPU for the Anno crash, will try testing it some more. And I agree, for the price of the card it should not be malfunctioning.
Actually just realized the monitor caps hdmi at 30fps. Will see if displayport can get better frames.
Mostly a few RTSes (Anno, Age of Empires, Rise of Nations, etc). Also some Dark Souls 3 which averaged 28fps.
TBH I kind of expected more from the 2070, but I don't play a lot of FPS so it's not a dealbreaker for me. I did try 60fps once on Anno 2070 and the temp slowly creeped up until the GPU crashed. Haven't since.