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Arjun Raj

Value card for 2019

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Just now, Arjun Raj said:

which are the best value cards for 2019???

Rx 580, Rx 480, GTX 1070ti, GTX 1060, and others.


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RX570, GTX 1660, RX Vega 56


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In rising order of performance

 

None, rx570, gtx 1660, Vega 56 (powermod possibility to match 2070), vega 64, Rad7/2080 (either or)

 

(The 2080ti isnt value)

 

 

And with Navi and super comming, hopefully this will change

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19 minutes ago, Boinbo said:

Rx 580, Rx 480, GTX 1070ti, GTX 1060, and others.

No?

 

This list of cards dont add up. 

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RX 470 and 570 mining editions definitely take the cake. You can buy those for 100$ when they do appear, and it has performance close to a 1060.


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CPU: AMD Athlon X4 860K 3.7GHz Quad-Core Processor  ($72.99 @ Amazon) 
CPU Cooler: Corsair H100i 77.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler  ($168.99 @ Amazon) 
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Video Card: EVGA GeForce GTX 960 2GB SuperSC ACX 2.0+ Video Card  ($179.99 @ NCIX US) 
Case: Lian-Li PC-V2130WX ATX Full Tower Case  ($499.99 @ Newegg) 
Power Supply: EVGA 430W 80+ Certified ATX Power Supply  ($23.98 @ Newegg) 
Total: $1745.91
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for 1080p/60hz u really can't beat a rx570, keep in mind it was on sale at a time for 140usd shipped with  60dollar coupon that's easily sold on ebay, putting it under 100bucks. In terms of value...That's it. The next closest thing to that is the vega 56 in the 1440p/60hz+1080/144hz bracket.

 

The rest is if u need to play on a set resolution, 4k/60 2080 minimum, fastest single card=2080 ti (value doesn't apply, halo product)

 


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4 hours ago, GoldenLag said:

No?

 

This list of cards dont add up. 

I can understand confusion in Rx 480 and 1060, but I feel the 580 and 1070ti should be up there. Also the Rx 570, don't know how I forgot that.


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41 minutes ago, Boinbo said:

can understand confusion in Rx 480 and 1060, but I feel the 580

They are cards in the same performance tier. Which means you can manage to find the best value one based on usual market price.

41 minutes ago, Boinbo said:

1070ti should be up there

Why? Iirc it hasnt been all that great value for quite some time

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5 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

They are cards in the same performance tier. Which means you can manage to find the best value one based on usual market price.

Why? Iirc it hasnt been all that great value for quite some time

Currently a used 1070ti is in that sweet spot of price to performance, or so I heard.


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Microsoft Surface pro 7 

Core i5 1035g4

8gb ram

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Platinum Surface pen

 

OnePlus 7 Pro

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6 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

same performance tier

I didn't know that, thanks for letting me know. I think the 580 would come out on top out of those 3.


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Core i5 1035g4

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Platinum Surface pen

 

OnePlus 7 Pro

Jabra Elite 75

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14 minutes ago, Boinbo said:

Currently a used 1070ti is in that sweet spot of price to performance, or so I heard.

Probably the case, but mining 1070 should have it beat as those are very abundant.

 

1070ti wasnt popular due to its use of GDDR5x memmory. Therefore 1070 was a better mining card

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Just now, GoldenLag said:

Probably the case, but mining 1070 should have it beat as those are very abundant.

 

1070ti wasnt popular due to its use of GDDR5x memmory. Therefore 1070 was a better mining card

Ok, makes sense. Thanks for your input!


It is the fabled potato.

 

System Specs:

Microsoft Surface pro 7 

Core i5 1035g4

8gb ram

Surface type cover black alcantara

Platinum Surface pen

 

OnePlus 7 Pro

Jabra Elite 75

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According to the name you seem to be a Indian, the price to value ratio of the cards in other reply is good in other countries not of India

Under Rs 10000

Gt 1030 - Rs 6000

Gtx 750 ti used - Rs 4000 to 6000

Rx 470 used -Rs 7000 to 9000

Under Rs 15000

Gtx 1050 ti Rs 10000

Gtx 1650 Rs 13000

Rx 560 Rs 10000

Rx 570 Rs 13000

Under 20000

Gtx 1660 Rs 2000

Rx 580 Rs 16000

 

Under 25000

Gtx 1660 ti

Under rs 30000

Rtx 2060 Rs 29000

 

 

 

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