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Ryzen 7 3700x and what GPU?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I've been looking after a GPU that fits my needs paired with a Ryzen 7 3700x and 32 gb of ram. I'm planning on doing light video editing, school work and playing video games.
What I think may work:

1. Nvidia rtx 2060

2. Radeon RX 5700 xt

3. Nvidia gtx 1660 ti

 

Monitor resolution and refresh rate is 1080p and 180 hz

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What monitor resulution and refresh rate are you using?


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The radeon rx 5700xt would be best in all scenarios, but the price is about 80 dollars more. The 8gb that comes with it will be better for games, 6gb may not be enough for the highest settings in tripple a games.

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5700XT is the most powerful with the worst drivers.

2060 Super would be a decent choice, 2060 is kinda meh.

IIRC the 1660 Super is almost as powerful as the Ti for usually quite a bit less.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
29 minutes ago, Stahlmann98 said:

What monitor resulution and refresh rate are you using?

I will be using a 1080p monitor with 180hz refresh rate

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3 minutes ago, Van_Man_ said:

I will be using a 1080p monitor with 180hz refresh rate

What's your budget ? It depends all of these are within a different tier and cannot be compared against one another


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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, Van_Man_ said:

I will be using a 1080p monitor with 180hz refresh rate

Looking to spend a total of around 1500 USD, 500 USD on the GPU alone.

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1 minute ago, Van_Man_ said:

Looking to spend a total of around 1500 USD, 500 USD on the GPU alone.

If you have 500 bucks for the GPU just go for the 5700xt


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best GPU for 1080P is 1660 Super(1660ti is more expensive but performance only 2% higher than super), recommend this one, it's with lowest power consumption

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I recommend getting the RX 5700XT, all the other cards won't take as much advantage your 180 Hz Monitor as they'll struggle to output that many frames.


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