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Would you guys pay 200$ more just for 5 - 15 FPS ?

Will you pay 200$ more for 5 - 15 FPS ? Gaming on 1440p @ 144hz Monitor.   

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  1. 1. Will you pay 200$ more for 5 - 15 FPS ? Gaming on 1440p @ 144hz Monitor.

    • Yes ! ( Average FPS will be least 76 FPS in ANY current released games )
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    • No ! ( Average FPS will drop down to 60s in SOME games )
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Posted · Original PosterOP

EDIT : Plz don't be confuse, I meant by Average FPS, not Minimum FPS. Meaning most the time the FPS you be seeing would be the X number I mentioned. 

EDIT : Ok everyone doesn't seem to understand the question. My question was, will you spend 200$ more over another GPU just to gain the difference of 5 - 15 FPS. 
Basically RTX 2070 Super vs 2080 Super

As title said. 
Indeed paying 200$ more just for mere 5 - 15 FPS is utterly stupid...but seeing benchmarks etc. 
The Average FPS, will easily be above 76 FPS, that's the LOWEST Average FPS I've seen so far....
Point being, yes you're paying a shit lot more money just for so little FPS, but you be keeping your FPS at a higher " point " to get a smoother gameplay especially if you game on 1440p @ 144hz and your eye is so damn pampered by smooth high FPS gaming.

So that's my question, would you pay that 200$ premium just to get that " feel good " feeling for your eyes lol ? 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, SnowWolf370 said:

I cap all my games at 60 FPS anyway!

Even on a 144hz monitor ?? Or you're gaming on a 60hz monitor ? 

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6 minutes ago, gh0st47 said:

As title said. 
Indeed paying 200$ more just for mere 5 - 15 FPS is utterly stupid...but seeing benchmarks etc. 
The Average FPS, will easily be above 76 FPS, that's the LOWEST Average FPS I've seen so far....
Point being, yes you're paying a shit lot more money just for so little FPS, but you be keeping your FPS at a higher " point " to get a smoother gameplay especially if you game on 1440p @ 144hz and your eye is so damn pampered by smooth high FPS gaming.

So that's my question, would you pay that 200$ premium just to get that " feel good " feeling for your eyes lol ? 

What is this $200 being spent on? 

Seems like a lot of cash for 15fps?

 

Is it going to make your PC look nicer too? Stay Cooler?

 

At the end of the day though its your money, spend it how you wish to spend it!


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I just spent £800 to replace a ROG STRIX X370-F Gaming, 2700X and 16GB Team Group T Force 3200Mhz  CL16 with a ROG STRIX X570-F Gaming, 3800X and 16GB Team Group Dark Pro 3600Mhz CL16.

 

In games my FPS has gone up less than 10FPS across the board.

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, Jaminahat said:

What is this $200 being spent on? 

Seems like a lot of cash for 15fps?

 

Is it going to make your PC look nicer too? Stay Cooler?

 

At the end of the day though its your money, spend it how you wish to spend it!

On GPU. Sorry I wasn't being specific. 
What I was trying to ask was, that will you pay that 200$ for a 2080 Super over the 2070 Super. 
What I see is you could squeeze out at most 5 - 15 FPS, depending on the game. Some games you can gain as much as 15 FPS ( actually few those titles that I play too ) 

But as you said, 200$ is a lot money for that mere bit extra FPS. Then again the difference is, a 2070 Super tend to stay at Average of 60+ FPS...but the 2080 Super, will easily do 70+ FPS in any games...even without testing it myself, honestly I can actually feel that 60+ FPS range and a 70+ FPS range. My eyes are rather pampered by my 144hz monitor. 
I can even tell difference between 80 and 100 FPS range. But anything more than 100 FPS, doesn't feel much different for me. 

I agree our money is our own, we can spend on it however we want. But I really feel reluctant to pay so much for a 2080 Super lol...but I mean if I really want 100% smooth gameplay that's the only choice. 
I'm just curious to see are most people willing to spend that much more for a little FPS boost. 

 

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na oc 2070 super and you have about a 2080. wouldnt pay 200 more for something i can achieve at 200 less and an oc ;)


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19 minutes ago, gh0st47 said:

On GPU. Sorry I wasn't being specific. 

 

8 minutes ago, hollyh88 said:

na oc 2070 super and you have about a 2080. wouldnt pay 200 more for something i can achieve at 200 less and an oc ;)

Ah okay, thats fair enough, I would do exactly what @hollyh88 said! OC that 2070 super and you have yourself a 2080. That's more than enough for 1080p gaming and VR.

You should be hitting 100fps+ in a lot of games...

 

EDIT: Depending on other hardware you have installed of course...


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the 2070super can easily hit 100+ fps in 1080p games. it just depends more on not being bottlenecked by a cpu and ofc the games itself. 

 

i have a gtx 1070 sc and a 2600x in my pc. it can do around 70-100 fps in most titles at 1080p high settings. but i game at 1440p mostly so i was actually going to get a 2070 super. 

However.. i live in the netherlands. and sadly cards here cost a bit more than in the us. or uk. 

For example this card: 
NL https://www.megekko.nl/product/0/263388/MSI-GeForce-RTX-2070-SUPER-GAMING-X-TRIO?r=tweakers.net&utm_source=tweakers.net&utm_medium=cpc  

625 euros

UK https://www.scan.co.uk/products/msi-geforce-rtx-2070-super-gaming-x-trio-8gb-gddr6-ray-tracing-graphics-card-2560-core-1800mhz-boost 
559 pounds

 

so it costs a bit more here

 


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ryzen 5 2600x at 4.1ghz all core               (cpu)                    |    (Monitor)        2560x1440 144hz (lg 32gk650f)
hyper 212 black edition cooler                  (cpu cooler)         |     (Psu)             seasonic focus plus gold 850w
Cooler Master MasterBox MB511 RGB    (PCcase)             |     (Memory)      HyperX Predator RGB 2x8 at 3200

Corsair K95 RGB Platinum                       (keyboard)           |    (mouse)          Razer deathadder elite

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