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Gtx 1080 or 1080 ti or 1660ti or rtx 2070

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Posted (edited) · Original PosterOP

Hello everyone,

First of all this is a great community, I am glad to be part of it now .

 

I would like to get your options on which graphic card to choose

I am looking to upgrading from gtx 960 to a better one.

 

So I have 4 choices to go for

 

Gtx 1080 

Gtx 1080 ti

Gtx 1660 ti 

Rtx 2060

Rtx 2070

 ( New or second hand works)

Can you guys help me out, if also get a great deal link will be awesome.

 

 

Thank you in advance

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17 minutes ago, kingdevil731 said:

if also get a great deal link will be awesome.

We can't say that without knowing the exact models and prices you're seeing.

 

Also why is the 1660ti and 2070 there but not the 2060?


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What's your budget and target gaming settings (maxed out 1080p/1440p? 60fps/+100fps etc.)?

Are you needing the gpu now or can you wait a few weeks?
Because new AMD cards are coming out soon. And they are advertised to be competitive with 2070 and probably cheaper too.


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I'd suggest waiting for benchmarks of the 5700 (xt)


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If 1080 Ti is priced reasonably, go for it. 
 


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26 minutes ago, kingdevil731 said:

So I have 4 choices to go for

The 1080 Ti is the fastest card of the ones you listed, if you're fine with second hand and one is in reach sure go for it.

 

Brand new wise, waiting and being an early adopter of a RX 5700 XT might be alright of an idea... It'll probably be a better deal than a RTX 2070.


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Cards aren’t even remotely the same. Get the rtx card if you want fancy stuff. Or the best card listed being the 1080ti. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
19 hours ago, Jurrunio said:

We can't say that without knowing the exact models and prices you're seeing.

 

Also why is the 1660ti and 2070 there but not the 2060?

I forgotten to add in the list 

Thank you 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
19 hours ago, Srishunbagasundaran said:

What's your budget and target gaming settings (maxed out 1080p/1440p? 60fps/+100fps etc.)?

Are you needing the gpu now or can you wait a few weeks?
Because new AMD cards are coming out soon. And they are advertised to be competitive with 2070 and probably cheaper too.

 

I would like to atleast 60+ fps stable, on 1080 p and would be nice to have it also same or similar on 1440p.

I am willing to wait few weeks.

 

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Wait for the RX5700 XT to check reviews. If you have to get it now Vega 56 pulse 270£ is cheap and good, jumping to the Vega 64 you have 2070 performance for less money the Nitro is around 380£.

 

I think that any card with 6G of vram is not a good deal. 

 

So with this you can get the best vegas for less money then the cheapest 2070 and probably some 2060. 

 

Vegas have HBCC that will let you go over 8G of vram 

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5 hours ago, kingdevil731 said:

 

I would like to atleast 60+ fps stable, on 1080 p and would be nice to have it also same or similar on 1440p.

I am willing to wait few weeks.

 

you are all sorted then. Should be cheaper or really good reasonably priced cards from AMD in a few weeks.


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On 6/11/2019 at 3:43 AM, kingdevil731 said:

Hello everyone,

First of all this is a great community, I am glad to be part of it now .

 

I would like to get your options on which graphic card to choose

I am looking to upgrading from gtx 960 to a better one.

 

So I have 4 choices to go for

 

Gtx 1080 

Gtx 1080 ti

Gtx 1660 ti 

Rtx 2060

Rtx 2070

 ( New or second hand works)

Can you guys help me out, if also get a great deal link will be awesome.

 

 

Thank you in advance

1080ti is the fastest of those in non-RTX games

2070 is the fastest in RTX games.

Get whichever one you think will suit the games you play and plan on playing. With the next gen consoles all supporting ray tracing I think it's likely RTX will be a big part of gaming around 2 years from now. If you plan on holding onto the card for 3+ years then I'd get a 2070.



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