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Saad Bin Shahid

Would I go for RTX 2070 super or RTX 2080?

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2070super unless they're the same price. 


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2070 is a gimped 2080, it’s just as good in most tasks, only would go for 2080 if high resolutions + settings matter. 


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19 minutes ago, Saad Bin Shahid said:

I want to change my old graphics card which is GTX 780TI, so please suggest which one is better RTX 2070 super or RTX 2080.

What’s the rest of your specs? Maybe you gonna be hold back by cpu so to answer properly it’s best to know what else you have in your system right now. 


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if you can get a 2070 Super for no more then about 500USD, then get that, the 2080 Super with a VRAM overclock gets very close to the 2080ti

both are kinda poo value though so i dono tbh, flash a 300$ 5700 tbh

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2 hours ago, Whiro said:

What’s the rest of your specs? Maybe you gonna be hold back by cpu so to answer properly it’s best to know what else you have in your system right now. 

My system specs are Core i3 3rd gen processor with 16 gb ddr3 ram. I want to change both PC and Graphics card but one at a time. So suggest which one will I go first? Person ask me to go graphics card first.

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6 hours ago, Saad Bin Shahid said:

My system specs are Core i3 3rd gen processor with 16 gb ddr3 ram. I want to change both PC and Graphics card but one at a time. So suggest which one will I go first? Person ask me to go graphics card first.

Upgrade the CPU, motherboard, and RAM first. The 780TI is comparable to the RX 580 for performance, and the rest of the system is going to hold you back getting anything more powerful. (noticeable stuttering WILL occur)


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13 minutes ago, BTGbullseye said:

Upgrade the CPU, motherboard, and RAM first. The 780TI is comparable to the RX 580 for performance, and the rest of the system is going to hold you back getting anything more powerful. (noticeable stuttering WILL occur)

Agree with that. 3rd gen i3 is weak af, your best option will be definitely to swap cpu mobo ram at first place


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41 minutes ago, BTGbullseye said:

Upgrade the CPU, motherboard, and RAM first. The 780TI is comparable to the RX 580 for performance, and the rest of the system is going to hold you back getting anything more powerful. (noticeable stuttering WILL occur)

Please suggest the cpu to upgrade is it Ryzen 7 3800x or will I go for Ryzen 9 3900x?

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Just now, Saad Bin Shahid said:

Please suggest the cpu to upgrade is it Ryzen 7 3800x or will I go for Ryzen 9 3900x?

What’s your budget and where you from?


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21 hours ago, Saad Bin Shahid said:

Please suggest the cpu to upgrade is it Ryzen 7 3800x or will I go for Ryzen 9 3900x?

You really don't need to go above a 3600. Anything more than that is not going to perceptibly increase your framerate, no matter what GPU you decide to put in it.

 

I can't make suggestions based on your location, but a 3600 with any X470 or X570 motherboard and 3200-3600 RAM with 16-16-16 timing or better will be in the top 10% of systems, and shouldn't break the bank. 


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23 hours ago, BTGbullseye said:

You really don't need to go above a 3600. Anything more than that is not going to perceptibly increase your framerate, no matter what GPU you decide to put in it.

 

I can't make suggestions based on your location, but a 3600 with any X470 or X570 motherboard and 3200-3600 RAM with 16-16-16 timing or better will be in the top 10% of systems, and shouldn't break the bank. 

Also suggest casing is NZXT H710i good?

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3 hours ago, Saad Bin Shahid said:

Also suggest casing is NZXT H710i good?

Well, it's not bad... Seems a bit expensive though. A Raidmax ALPHA-WLW would get you similar aesthetics for less than 1/4 the price. (though you wouldn't have USB-C on the front) The price difference is actually enough to get you an entire top-performance RAM set. (2x8GB of Ripjaws V 3600 16-16-16) If you're not limiting yourself to a white case with a window, you can get one that has USB-C on the front for under half the price of the H710i.

 

Of course, the price differences I mentioned are based on what the manufacturer resale price is, and may be radically different in your country.


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12 hours ago, BTGbullseye said:

Well, it's not bad... Seems a bit expensive though. A Raidmax ALPHA-WLW would get you similar aesthetics for less than 1/4 the price. (though you wouldn't have USB-C on the front) The price difference is actually enough to get you an entire top-performance RAM set. (2x8GB of Ripjaws V 3600 16-16-16) If you're not limiting yourself to a white case with a window, you can get one that has USB-C on the front for under half the price of the H710i.

 

Of course, the price differences I mentioned are based on what the manufacturer resale price is, and may be radically different in your country.

How is Asus Tuf Gt and Asus Corsair Obsidian series casings?

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7 minutes ago, Saad Bin Shahid said:

How is Asus Tuf Gt and Asus Corsair Obsidian series casings?

Which Obsidian to be precise? 
I didn’t read any reviews about Tuf cases but quick look at the design and they look alright , decent amount of air ventilation in front, but imo well overpriced.

Obsidian cases was always good quality.


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2 hours ago, Whiro said:

Which Obsidian to be precise? 
I didn’t read any reviews about Tuf cases but quick look at the design and they look alright , decent amount of air ventilation in front, but imo well overpriced.

Obsidian cases was always good quality.

I am looking for obsidian 500D as I have seen it Sebastian Linus video while Asus Tuf is also seen in his video. 

Which he build PC and sale it for 20 $ he picks the Asus Tuf case.

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15 minutes ago, Saad Bin Shahid said:

I am looking for obsidian 500D as I have seen it Sebastian Linus video while Asus Tuf is also seen in his video. 

Which he build PC and sale it for 20 $ he picks the Asus Tuf case.

Don’t always do what he’s doing 😂 

Are you after full atx case? 


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43 minutes ago, Saad Bin Shahid said:

Please suggest some good casings names dont worry the budget.

Not worrying about the budget will get you suggestions for cases more expensive than your entire budget... It's always best to start with your budget, and work from there.

 

An Antec P7 Window would probably do quite nicely, and shouldn't break the bank. You will need to get 3-4 120mm fans for it though. I recommend the Arctic P12 fans. (very quiet, high static pressure, good bearing, inexpensive)


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2 hours ago, BTGbullseye said:

Not worrying about the budget will get you suggestions for cases more expensive than your entire budget... It's always best to start with your budget, and work from there.

 

An Antec P7 Window would probably do quite nicely, and shouldn't break the bank. You will need to get 3-4 120mm fans for it though. I recommend the Arctic P12 fans. (very quiet, high static pressure, good bearing, inexpensive)

Please list down some good casings that is mid range in price so I can see my stores which is available.

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20 minutes ago, Saad Bin Shahid said:

Please list down some good casings that is mid range in price so I can see my stores which is available.

Phanteks P400A\Digiral or FD Meshify C
both very good cases with excellent airflow


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1 hour ago, Whiro said:

Phanteks P400A\Digiral or FD Meshify C
both very good cases with excellent airflow

These 2 are not available in Pakistan.

Please suggest some from Corsair and Cooler Master.

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