I really want to buy a 50th Anniversary 5700XT--but can't find one @ Amazon US; or Newegg! Bought the 3600X & the Aorus Master from Newegg yesterday--couldn't find but a few low-end x570 mboards on Amazon US, and that was after a diligent search. Well, I'll tell you, I am absolutely unimpressed with nVidia's "refined 16nm process" *cough* that puts out huge, hugely expensive discrete 3d cards costing up to $1300....! Excuse me, I'll pass. nVidia has a rough road ahead bringing those giant chips down to 7nm and below. I could care less who the frame-rate king of the hill is, because I play games--not benchmarks. If the gameply is fluid and stutter-free, I'm happier than a pig in mud. Especially when I can save several hundred dollars. People have such faith in heavily optimized-for benchmarks the entire time they are being manipulated by them, imo. But to each his own. Edit: Found the 5700 in stock on Amazon--listing for the 5700XT says it "usually ships in 3-4 weeks"...lol.... May wind up waiting on an AIB partner board in August. Edit2: OK, this morning Newegg does have the 5700XT reference cards in stock. One other thing I wanted to add on the bang-for-buck scale after actually looking at the G3d review on these cards is that it is interesting to note (at least for me) that although the ~$1300 RTX-2080ti is never even 2x as fast as the 5700's (both of them)--sometimes not even close to 2x as fast, depending on the benchmark or game--the 2080ti is always ~3.2x the price of the 5700XT, and always ~3.7X the price of the 5700. Plus these AMD cards support PCIex4--whatever that will mean, if anything (apparently HH tested them @ Intel's best atm, PCIe3.x), and probably they both support Crossfire & D3d12 multi-GPU, which the 2060 Super does not (No SLI for you, bub.). I thought ti was nice to see nVidia bringing the 2060 Super up to Rx-480/580/590 standards with a 256-bit bus and 8GBs of vram--but nVidia screwed the pooch again on the SLI for this card. I'd say the odds are pretty much 100% that this was deliberate on the part of nVidia... Edit3: Thanks to Exige245...I am now collating whether to go now into bankruptcy or wait a while! Thanks for the tip! I'd forgotten the AMD store completely! Edit #4: OK--my driver dilemma with the 19.7.1's has resolved itself with a happy ending because none other than Lisa Su parachuted into my front yard this afternoon, and told me, while neatly stowing away her 'chute, "I saw your post on G3d--so I'm here!" It turns out that all I needed to do was clean install--which I should have done as this is a fundamentally new driver with a greater size and feature support than the earlier Adrenalins. She chatted with the wife for about ten minutes and enjoyed some hot tea and crumpets, then she bade me farewell, said she had a few more houses to visit in the area. I watched with my mouth wide open I know as she threw some kind of device into the air which began unreeling cable at a fantastic rate and shooting straight up--when a low-flying plane with a V catch plate in the front swept in low, and Lisa was ripped from the ground and on her way! Even though she was "in a hurry" *cough* she still waved farewell as she rapidly retreated away into the distance, and I really did think that was a nice touch... All's well that ends well, eh? Wanted to chime in and say that as alluded to above I fixed my driver problem--instead of trying to install the 19.7.1's on top of the 19.6.3's as I did--I should have just done a clean install, as with baited breath, I watched the clean install complete yesterday! Even down to the funky colors on the desktop before rebooting--all fixed now and running fine. I really, really want to see a review on the 50th Anniversary edition--if positive, probably will buy one this week!