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What GPU should i buy for 144hz 1440p gaming while streaming

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello, so i have a 1070 and a 3600 with 16GB RAM and i have been noticing even at 1080p i get 100ish fps on medium on siege and i want to get a 1440p 144hz panel to replace my 1080p 144hz one, I have a budget of around £1000 and i dont know whether to get a worse display and a 2080 super or a 2070 super and a higher end panel. I stream alot with one pc so team red is out of the question. Thanks in advance.

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That depends on the kind of panel that you prefer. Are you looking for something that has greater color accuracy / best viewing angles, or do you want something with the fastest response and lowest latency? 

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4 minutes ago, Xereth said:

Hello, so i have a 1070 and a 3600 with 16GB RAM and i have been noticing even at 1080p i get 100ish fps on medium on siege and i want to get a 1440p 144hz panel to replace my 1080p 144hz one, I have a budget of around £1000 and i dont know whether to get a worse display and a 2080 super or a 2070 super and a higher end panel. I stream alot with one pc so team red is out of the question. Thanks in advance.

The streaming thing isn't a reason to avoid team red, but unless I'm understanding incorrectly, both GPU's would be more than enough for what you want.

 

https://www.techpowerup.com/review/nvida-geforce-rtx-2070-super/21.html

 

Rainbow Six Siege FPS 2560x1440

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2070 Super would be fine.


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1 minute ago, Curufinwe_wins said:

The streaming thing isn't a reason to avoid team red, but unless I'm understanding incorrectly, both GPU's would be more than enough for what you want.

 

https://www.techpowerup.com/review/nvida-geforce-rtx-2070-super/21.html

 

Rainbow Six Siege FPS 2560x1440

 

2070 Super would be fine.

thanks but team red doesnt have an encoder for streaming and recording so i dont cant go team red

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2 minutes ago, Xereth said:

thanks but team red doesnt have an encoder for streaming and recording so i dont cant go team red

Uhh? Yes it does (ReLive)? But either way if you want to hit 144FPS at 1440p, the 5700XT is just a bit too weak probably, so the 2070 Super is a good step up from there.


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42 minutes ago, Curufinwe_wins said:

Uhh? Yes it does (ReLive)? But either way if you want to hit 144FPS at 1440p, the 5700XT is just a bit too weak probably, so the 2070 Super is a good step up from there.

Does it have a separate encoder like NVENC? Thats probably what he is talking about.

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Both of your options would have you coming out pretty good. I'd say go for the 2070 Super and display to stick within your budget and get what you're looking for.


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