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3950x + 1660 super = is it playable with Valve Index?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Can you get at least 80fps stable for 80hz? i will save my money until we get 3080 rtx or even 4080 rtx or something

 

Im interested in racing games like Asseto Corsa, so I need stable fps.

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3950X + 1660 Super = Bottleneck city

 

You should still get at least 80 frames


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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, NZgamer said:

3950X + 1660 Super = Bottleneck city

 

You should still get at least 80 frames

I know, I bought this GPU as a bridge GPU to wait out the next gen cards

 

How do I calculate this? I can get around 100 fps in high settings on the benchmark at 1080p, however, how do I translate this performance in Index resolution?

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