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Zotac RTX 2080 Twin fan 8gb (non oc)

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This is the cheapest 2080 at sgd$1049,all other 2080 are around $1100++ - $1200++,

I was thinking of picking it up till I saw the powercolor radeon 7 it's $1071,the reviewers say the performance is close to the 2080 and it's got 16gb of vram 

But I remember gamer nexus saying you can't future proof and most game don't use more then 8 gb in most games *some circumstances it uses all 11gb* very rarely. 

Which should I pick? Although I don't think I'll use the rtx on the 2080.


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16 minutes ago, SGTechGamer said:

This is the cheapest 2080 at sgd$1049,all other 2080 are around $1100++ - $1200++,

I was thinking of picking it up till I saw the powercolor radeon 7 it's $1071,the reviewers say the performance is close to the 2080 and it's got 16gb of vram 

But I remember gamer nexus saying you can't future proof and most game don't use more then 8 gb in most games *some circumstances it uses all 11gb* very rarely. 

Which should I pick? Although I don't think I'll use the rtx on the 2080.

Get what's cheaper and the R7 can be pretty noisy as well, and don't forget you can overclock on the 2080 as well. And it's true you can't future proof a gpu as well, 


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check which brand of GPU your apps prefer. Some prefer AMD stuff, some are biased to Nvidia.


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