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Posted · Original PosterOP

I just bought an EVGA GTX 1080ti sc2 icx from a friend of mine for $200. I also recently bought a new Gigabyte RTX 2070 super OC . My rig has a Ryzen 7 2700x. What card should I keep in my system. Thanks in advance for your info.

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20 minutes ago, Kregsta81 said:

I just bought an EVGA GTX 1080ti sc2 icx from a friend of mine for $200. I also recently bought a new Gigabyte RTX 2070 super OC . My rig has a Ryzen 7 2700x. What card should I keep in my system. Thanks in advance for your info.

The 1080 Ti is slightly more powerful but the 2070 Super has Ray tracing.


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1080ti


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27 minutes ago, Kregsta81 said:

I just bought an EVGA GTX 1080ti sc2 icx from a friend of mine for $200. I also recently bought a new Gigabyte RTX 2070 super OC . My rig has a Ryzen 7 2700x. What card should I keep in my system. Thanks in advance for your info.

sell whichever's worth more on the 2nd hand market, if it's the same price, i'd probably sell the older card in the 1080 ti, just make sure ur friend doesn't mind if u end up selling for higher than 200 (if that's even a problem)


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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 minutes ago, xg32 said:

sell whichever's worth more on the 2nd hand market, if it's the same price, i'd probably sell the older card in the 1080 ti, just make sure ur friend doesn't mind if u end up selling for higher than 200 (if that's even a problem)

It's not a problem. I'm going to stick with the RTX. It has better cooling and Raytracing. Thanks 😊

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34 minutes ago, Kregsta81 said:

Why would you choose the 1080ti?

Better performance.


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How much of your life do you not want to be ray traced? I’d buy the 1080 off you if you decide to go the lesser performance route. 


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