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How many years will a 1080ti last me?

2 minutes ago, aiden_mcmeme said:

Yeah but the card was a hand me down from my brother so I didn't buy the 590. 

Doesn't matter if you bought the card, it still have value.

 

To echo a previous poster, keep the 590 for a few more years.  You don't need a 1080Ti for 1080p 60.  It's a 1440p card.

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

How many years do you think I could run a 1080ti for at 60fps 1080p?

I'm looking to trade my rx590 and 380$ for one. 

 

Is that a good deal? I want to be good for at least 3 or 4 years. 

 

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5 years should be no problem, unless raytracing takes over

 

Also that's a terrible price


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1 minute ago, Jurrunio said:

5 years should be no problem, unless raytracing takes over

 

Also that's a terrible price

Terrible for me or terrible for them?

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Just now, aiden_mcmeme said:

Terrible for me or terrible for them?

A 1080 Ti shouldn't cost more than what a brand new 2070 is going for, which is around 450~480, so our card would be going for 100 bucks more or less which is a steal for a RX 590... at very least you should only pay back like 300 max and that's still on the expensive side.


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1 minute ago, aiden_mcmeme said:

Terrible for me or terrible for them?

for you. If you sell the 590 you can at least get $100 back if not more like $125, so the actual cost is more like $500. A cheapo 2080 costs $700 spanking new, with same non-RT performance and can go RT a lot faster. I wont even consider the 1080ti at this price unless it's some "excellence in engineering" model, say Kingpin edition or HOF edition (though I doubt they would ONLY cost $500, more like $700 if not more for those)


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Terrible price.  


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17 minutes ago, aiden_mcmeme said:

How many years do you think I could run a 1080ti for at 60fps 1080p?

I'm looking to trade my rx590 and 380$ for one. 

If you're just playing at 1080p 60fps why not keep the RX 590?


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1 minute ago, Princess Luna said:

A 1080 Ti shouldn't cost more than what a brand new 2070 is going for, which is around 450~480, so our card would be going for 100 bucks more or less which is a steal for a RX 590... at very least you should only pay back like 300 max and that's still on the expensive side.

Yeah but the card was a hand me down from my brother so I didn't buy the 590. 

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2 minutes ago, Spotty said:

If you're just playing at 1080p 60fps why not keep the RX 590?

well I have a 144hz monitor. but i'm ok not keeping that framerate over the years

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2 minutes ago, aiden_mcmeme said:

Yeah but the card was a hand me down from my brother so I didn't buy the 590. 

Doesn't matter if you bought the card, it still have value.

 

To echo a previous poster, keep the 590 for a few more years.  You don't need a 1080Ti for 1080p 60.  It's a 1440p card.

 

 


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1080ti at 1080p 60hz, the card it self should be great for another 5~8yrs, pretty much everlasting for 1080p.

but consider its age, especially for high end cards may have more issue on build quality / overheat etc

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39 minutes ago, jstudrawa said:

Doesn't matter if you bought the card, it still have value.

 

To echo a previous poster, keep the 590 for a few more years.  You don't need a 1080Ti for 1080p 60.  It's a 1440p card.

 

 

the 1080 is a 1440p144 card (at medium-high) 1080 ti is 1440p144 (ultra)


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