I returned all the AMD hardware. Don't make the mistake I did, stick with **** that works for your usage instead of trying something new.
The salt from people who know literally nothing about audio production is honestly hilarious. Keep it coming. Just don't get yourself banned when I give you information you don't like lol.
To elaborate more, I wasn't getting the low latency audio performance I desired. I built this based on early DAWBench tests thinking this would be a great replacement for my Threadripper build(which I'm back to using until I rebuild it, likely with a Cascade Lake-X processor), but my plugins and VI's don't play well with AMD's new design. With the amount of money I spent I was hoping to be able to run a buffer size of 64 or less. That wasn't happening. Audio dropouts, pops, clicks. Boost clocks were unsatisfactory and I couldn't get an all core OC any higher than 4.1GHz. It just wasn't for me or my usage, so I returned the board and processor. Not to mention the rest of the problems I ran into during the week or so I gave it an honest trial period(BSODs, lockups, crashes, even at stock settings prior to attempting to overclock).
As far as the second usage, VR, the 5700 series had early driver issues. It may have been fixed by now, but I didn't build a new PC just to sit around and hope for a driver update to fix issues. I don't like spending thousands of dollars just to have things not work properly. I tried 2 different 5700s(reference and the Pulse), returned both. Ended up sticking a 2060 Super in another build I brought back from the dead.
Downvote my comments, I don't care lol. It's not going to change the experiences I had.
Don't buy if you play VR. There are driver issues with Navi that cause black flashing screens in VR if certain conditions are met(one being simply having a custom fan profile). I've tested multiple RX 5700s on multiple systems, with 2 different VR headsets, it's the drivers.