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About 13thSpider

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  1. I play a range of games, currently enjoying Insurgecy Sandstorm and Witcher 3. Love some Gears and PUBG too!
  2. So are the issues blown out of proportion? I know the internet tends to do that ( especially the tech community) but it’s hard to gauge just how many 5700XT owners are having trouble.
  3. I’m in the same boat, but I’m most likely going with the 2060 Super. The 5700 XT looks like a really powerful card but all the issues people are having really worries me.
  4. I’m hoping to move to a 1440p 144Hz display in a few months once I’ve upgraded the rest of my system Im planning on a 2060 Super as my GPU (max budget is around £350). I’m just wondering how it will cope at 1440p though. The only other more powerful card in my price range is the 5700 XT, but being completely honest I’m not prepared to have the issues that do many people seem to be facing. I know I’ll not be getting 144FPS but is anyone here running a 2060 Super at 1440? Or does anyone else have any advice or input?
  5. Would upgrading the CPU to an i7 4790k or similar still bottlekneck? I'm not in the position to replace mobo/cpu/and RAM at present!
  6. Hey everyone. I've currently got the following : i5 4690K, Asus Z-97 Pro Gamer Mobo, 16GB RAM, GTX 970, 650W EVGA PSU. I play 1080p 60hz and I doubt that will change in the next few years. I'm in the position where I would like to upgrade my GPU in order to keep playing more recent titles at good settings, but my budget is limited to around £200 for the GPU. If I buy used this would get me a GTX 1070. I realise the card is a few years old, and I've not really been keeping up to date with the GPU market, so is it still a wise upgrade at this time? Or are there AMD cards that would be a better option? I know nothing about AMD as I've always used Nvidia A 1070 Ti /1080 / RTX 2060 etc are out of my price range unfortunately. I'd really appreciate any input you guy have. Thanks!