The Eternal GPU. There is no Escape. (updated)
Updated: Aug 5, 2020
Update: I didn't actually sell the 5500XT, and I'm using it now, because the buyer didn't get the memo about UK-only shipping and I forgot to set bidders to be UK-only. Also, my 590 decided that it had other plans and thus was retired to the Wall of Legends.
Polaris is the Eternal GPU, and once again, I find myself with a Polaris-based Graphics card. My short fling with Navi 14 in RX 5500 XT was a good one, but the forever Impulsive Sash must sell the newer card to make monies for other things (like debt. Debt is bad. Pro Tip: Don't get into debt). And thus, the venerable RX 590 I bought over a year ago, for £165, returns to me.
Yes, the Derpy one. I don't know if it's still being Derpy, but I also don't really mind. I've tested Warframe and performance isn't really different from the RX 5500 XT, just at 40W higher power usage. <catshrug>
That little tiny rectangle, 232mm2 in size, 5.7 billion, Global Foundries "12nm" transistors within, ticking over, rendering things for me once again.
Polaris, you are a Legend. It is an honour to play video games on you again.