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Do i need to upgrade my GPU?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey guys,

 

So i am doing a Ryzen build with the 3600 and a mini itx x570 MB, 32BG Ram. I have a EVGA GeForce GTX TITAN X SC GAMING from my previous build. Being am only playing 1080 or 1440P gaming. Do i need to spend the extra $$$ to get once of these GPUs that are on the market. I mean there are so much and offering all these nifty features and all I dont know what to buy of if to buy. Do i really need to spend the extra $700 to buy a GPU? 

 

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Well Titan Maxwell are roughly equal to GTX 1660 Super \ Ti. It's good for 1080p gaming, not so much for 1440p so see for yourself.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Juular said:

Well Titan Maxwell are roughly equal to GTX 1660 Super \ Ti. It's good for 1080p gaming, not so much for 1440p so see for yourself.

My current PC that its been in for the past 4 years is a 1440p gaming system. 

 Its going to be an hand me down to someone that dont really need a Titanx to do Microsoft office tasks


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the system is still compatible with the Titan X or even older cards that use PCIe, so not sure what you're worrying about. Be careful with the card's power draw though, Maxwell reference cards are prone to blowing up their inductors even at stock settings.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

the system is still compatible with the Titan X or even older cards that use PCIe, so not sure what you're worrying about. Be careful with the card's power draw though, Maxwell reference cards are prone to blowing up their inductors even at stock settings.

I had it since it first came out and have no issues. so am thinking of using it in  the new build rather then spending the extra $$$ on gpu and water-block


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