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Is this good enough for 240Hz?

14 minutes ago, Stallaster said:

1st off, that's a mighty nice game library. 2nd. Can you just summarize how well does your 2080S perform in some games you play daily and I'll shave off like 15% of the average fps (that's about the performance difference between 2080S and 2070S). I don't want to command you what games you should test for me :v. Only thing of importance for me is that you get more than 144 fps in most games, cause that means getting a 240Hz monitor is worth the money.

yeah i would rather go 144hz if im getting 160 frames over 240 as every time the monitor wants a new image there will be a new one for the monitor rather than it waiting for an image,

i was getting 140 - 170 in ground war on high settings, if i turned v-sync on it lowered to between 60 and 75 so i would suggest leaving v-sync off, though in mordern warefares defense the cpu usage when the game launched was between 25 and 35% and after the first update till now, it sits between 50 and 80% usage on my 9900k so im not sure how some others are finding the experience

tbh i would not get the 240hz monitor as the reason i went from a 2070 to 2080 super was that mordhau was running at 80 - 115fps on my 144hz monitor (paired with a 9600k), with the 2070

 

basically i adjust the settings in any game i play so it sits above 100frames (including the 0.1% lows), usually the games run at above 144hz (may only be slightly) and dip below every now and again i was offering, im just sitting here watching House .M.D on one monitor while i wait for this thing to 3D print so i can then sleep lol, got about 1hr and a half left on the print

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So currently I have the following config: 

  • Intel core i7-8700
  • 16 GB DDR4 2400MHz (15-15-15-35)
  • A 650 W PSU (I don't remember the name)
  • Kingston A400 240 GB SSD
  • A 2TB HDD (7.2 rpm)
  • GIGABYTE Z370 HD3P

I'm going to get a new monitor around new years, possibly a BENQ Zowie XL2411P(144Hz) or Acer XF250QC(240Hz). Now, I need help picking a GPU that will be the best choice, y'all think that a GIGABYTE RTX 2070 SUPER can run titles like APEX Legends, COD:MW, Battlefield V and similar at around 240 FPS or rather at around 144Hz? (at 1080p ofc)

Also, should I get faster RAM(3200MHz) or a better CPU (i9-9900k or i7-9700k) since my MOBO does support overclocking? (to get to 240 fps)

 

OR Should I take into consideration that DDR5 is coming next year and just wait on buying anything?

 

 

Here are some GPU prices from where I am from:

  • GIGABYTE RTX 2070 super: ~490€
  • MSI RTX 2080 GAMING X Trio: ~640€ 
  • GIGABYTE RTX 2080 SUPER GAMING: ~720€

Here are some Monitor prices where I am from:

  • BENQ Zowie XL2411P (144Hz): ~230€
  • Acer XF250QC (240Hz): ~360€

TL;DR:Will the RTX 2070 super run games at 240 fps? (deciding on the monitor)
            Whats the best monitor and GPU combo to buy? (if the 2070 super doesnt run at around 240 fps)

            Will DDR5 be too expensive for a casual user after its release? (starting to build a completely new PC)

 

Thank you for your time. ^^

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38 minutes ago, Stallaster said:

So currently I have the following config: 

  • Intel core i7-8700
  • 16 GB DDR4 2400MHz (15-15-15-35)
  • A 650 W PSU (I don't remember the name)
  • Kingston A400 240 GB SSD
  • A 2TB HDD (7.2 rpm)
  • GIGABYTE Z370 HD3P

I'm going to get a new monitor around new years, possibly a BENQ Zowie XL2411P(144Hz) or Acer XF250QC(240Hz). Now, I need help picking a GPU that will be the best choice, y'all think that a GIGABYTE RTX 2070 SUPER can run titles like APEX Legends, COD:MW, Battlefield V and similar at around 240 FPS or rather at around 144Hz? (at 1080p ofc)

Also, should I get faster RAM(3200MHz) or a better CPU (i9-9900k or i7-9700k) since my MOBO does support overclocking? (to get to 240 fps)

 

OR Should I take into consideration that DDR5 is coming next year and just wait on buying anything?

 

 

Here are some GPU prices from where I am from:

  • GIGABYTE RTX 2070 super: ~490€
  • MSI RTX 2080 GAMING X Trio: ~640€ 
  • GIGABYTE RTX 2080 SUPER GAMING: ~720€

Here are some Monitor prices where I am from:

  • BENQ Zowie XL2411P (144Hz): ~230€
  • Acer XF250QC (240Hz): ~360€

TL;DR:Will the RTX 2070 super run games at 240 fps? (deciding on the monitor)
            Whats the best monitor and GPU combo to buy? (if the 2070 super doesnt run at around 240 fps)

            Will DDR5 be too expensive for a casual user after its release? (starting to build a completely new PC)

 

Thank you for your time. ^^

depending on the graphics settings the 2070 super may run some of them games at 240fps (but i dont believe it will be modern warefare or battlefield v as im using a 2080 super and an i9 and sit around 180 fps in mordhau, ill have a look at modern warfare after i take a shower {just finished work})

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2 minutes ago, WickedStarfish said:

depending on the graphics settings the 2070 super may run some of them games at 240fps (but i dont believe it will be modern warefare or battlefield v as im using a 2080 super and an i9 and sit around 180 fps in mordhau, ill have a look at modern warfare after i take a shower {just finished work})

Thanks for the answer! Wondering tho, are you running everything on highest settings and are RTX & DLSS turned on? Cause I honestly don't mind turning down some of the settings for a competitive advantage... (in competitive games like APEX Legends of course)

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17 minutes ago, Stallaster said:

Thanks for the answer! Wondering tho, are you running everything on highest settings and are RTX & DLSS turned on? Cause I honestly don't mind turning down some of the settings for a competitive advantage... (in competitive games like APEX Legends of course)

just got back, i usually have the settings high - ultra, i dont use rtx unless its a story based game in which i can admire it (control), ill boot up modern warfare now

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12 minutes ago, WickedStarfish said:

any of these games did you want to know the frames for? as i have these ones installed

 

1st off, that's a mighty nice game library. 2nd. Can you just summarize how well does your 2080S perform in some games you play daily and I'll shave off like 15% of the average fps (that's about the performance difference between 2080S and 2070S). I don't want to command you what games you should test for me :v. Only thing of importance for me is that you get more than 144 fps in most games, cause that means getting a 240Hz monitor is worth the money.

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14 minutes ago, Stallaster said:

1st off, that's a mighty nice game library. 2nd. Can you just summarize how well does your 2080S perform in some games you play daily and I'll shave off like 15% of the average fps (that's about the performance difference between 2080S and 2070S). I don't want to command you what games you should test for me :v. Only thing of importance for me is that you get more than 144 fps in most games, cause that means getting a 240Hz monitor is worth the money.

yeah i would rather go 144hz if im getting 160 frames over 240 as every time the monitor wants a new image there will be a new one for the monitor rather than it waiting for an image,

i was getting 140 - 170 in ground war on high settings, if i turned v-sync on it lowered to between 60 and 75 so i would suggest leaving v-sync off, though in mordern warefares defense the cpu usage when the game launched was between 25 and 35% and after the first update till now, it sits between 50 and 80% usage on my 9900k so im not sure how some others are finding the experience

tbh i would not get the 240hz monitor as the reason i went from a 2070 to 2080 super was that mordhau was running at 80 - 115fps on my 144hz monitor (paired with a 9600k), with the 2070

 

basically i adjust the settings in any game i play so it sits above 100frames (including the 0.1% lows), usually the games run at above 144hz (may only be slightly) and dip below every now and again i was offering, im just sitting here watching House .M.D on one monitor while i wait for this thing to 3D print so i can then sleep lol, got about 1hr and a half left on the print

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6 minutes ago, WickedStarfish said:

yeah i would rather go 144hz if im getting 160 frames over 240 as every time the monitor wants a new image there will be a new one for the monitor rather than it waiting for an image,

i was getting 140 - 170 in ground war on high settings, if i turned v-sync on it lowered to between 60 and 75 so i would suggest leaving v-sync off, though in mordern warefares defense the cpu usage when the game launched was between 25 and 35% and after the first update till now, it sits between 50 and 80% usage on my 9900k so im not sure how some others are finding the experience

tbh i would not get the 240hz monitor as the reason i went from a 2070 to 2080 super was that mordhau was running at 80 - 115fps on my 144hz monitor (paired with a 9600k), with the 2070

 

basically i adjust the settings in any game i play so it sits above 100frames (including the 0.1% lows), usually the games run at above 144hz (may only be slightly) and dip below every now and again i was offering, im just sitting here watching House .M.D on one monitor while i wait for this thing to 3D print so i can then sleep lol, got about 1hr and a half left on the print

Thanks a lot for these stats, info and your time dude. Imma get the 2070S for sure and see for myself a lil bit also, gotta take overclocking into consideration :D.

Thank you VERY MUCH once again! ♥ ^^

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Just now, Stallaster said:

Thanks a lot for these stats, info and your time dude. Imma get the 2070S for sure and see for myself a lil bit also, gotta take overclocking into consideration :D.

Thank you VERY MUCH once again! ♥ ^^

Just a heads up, when i overclocked the i5 (9600K) to 4.8 or 4.9 (i cannot remember) there wasnt a large difference in the frames in most of the games i was playing, except for one, Gta V, this game for some reason did not like the overclock and preformed 20-30% worse than what it should have been using a stock 9600K paired with a 2070 (also adding the point that this overclock was stable, in that i stressed it for over 24hrs and it never went above 90 degrees and didn't blue screen or anything to say there was something wrong, everything else was fine, just gta, i was getting around 60 - 75fps, should have been closer to 100, also i was running at high, and the 100fps mark is for ultra  settings so it wasnt preforming that well, at first i didnt know what it was that was the problem, then i thought of the overclock a few days later and removed it, it was good, gta was running a lot closer to expected)

 

also anytime mate, its what the fourms are for :D 

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36 minutes ago, WickedStarfish said:

Just a heads up, when i overclocked the i5 (9600K) to 4.8 or 4.9 (i cannot remember) there wasnt a large difference in the frames in most of the games i was playing, except for one, Gta V, this game for some reason did not like the overclock and preformed 20-30% worse than what it should have been using a stock 9600K paired with a 2070 (also adding the point that this overclock was stable, in that i stressed it for over 24hrs and it never went above 90 degrees and didn't blue screen or anything to say there was something wrong, everything else was fine, just gta, i was getting around 60 - 75fps, should have been closer to 100, also i was running at high, and the 100fps mark is for ultra  settings so it wasnt preforming that well, at first i didnt know what it was that was the problem, then i thought of the overclock a few days later and removed it, it was good, gta was running a lot closer to expected)

 

also anytime mate, its what the fourms are for :D 

Wonderful, I could probably get a stable OC on the 2070S since I'm going for the Gigabytes 3 fan model. I could get some juice out of it too, probably around 5% increase which could result in a 10-20 fps bump! ^^

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