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Posted · Original PosterOP

I'm planning on building my first build and I was wondering what is the best gpu to choose from. I know I'm going be doing some video editing and i want to start playing on 144hz 1440 on high or ultra and in the future maybe 4k on medium or high. The Gpu i was planning on picking from are RTX 2070 Super or RTX2080 Super. I was thinking about the 2080 ti but I was thinking  I would wait till the new 3000 series come out. Let me know your suggestions. here my list

https://pcpartpicker.com/user/justinislit2/saved/HD3qpg

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You will definitely get more bang for your buck if you're thinking of waiting until the 3000 Series to come out.  However, if you're looking to future proof and are willing to wait a few months, consider a build in the Fall with the 3000 Series in mind.  That should give you, very comfortably, 18-24 months at the top-end of the spectrum.

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6 minutes ago, justinislit said:

I'm planning on building my first build and I was wondering what is the best gpu to choose from. I know I'm going be doing some video editing and i want to start playing on 144hz 1440 on high or ultra and in the future maybe 4k on medium or high. The Gpu i was planning on picking from are RTX 2070 Super or RTX2080 Super. I was thinking about the 2080 ti but I was thinking  I would wait till the new 3000 series come out. Let me know your suggestions. here my list

https://pcpartpicker.com/user/justinislit2/saved/HD3qpg

 

I would recommend waiting for 3000 series graphics cards, also would recommend changing the hard drive to this and possibly spending the extra budget towards a larger SSD which you can use to accelerate frequently used programs and files on the HDD (doesn't necessarily have to be a NVME drive, get SATA if the difference becomes significant):

 

https://www.amazon.com/Seagate-BarraCuda-Internal-Drive-3-5-Inch/dp/B07D9C7SQH/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?dchild=1&keywords=4tb+hdd&qid=1593968084&s=electronics&sr=1-1-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUFCVVpCWUdNUzcwNkUmZW5jcnlwdGVkSWQ9QTAwOTYyMzc3U1Y5NkRTMzRTQlMmZW5jcnlwdGVkQWRJZD1BMDk3NDU0NzIzNk1GT0o3RDE1UFgmd2lkZ2V0TmFtZT1zcF9hdGYmYWN0aW9uPWNsaWNrUmVkaXJlY3QmZG9Ob3RMb2dDbGljaz10cnVl


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1 minute ago, Kaelon said:

However, if you're looking to future proof and are willing to wait a few months, consider a build in the Fall with the 3000 Series in mind.  That should give you, very comfortably, 18-24 months at the top-end of the spectrum.

How do you know this? No one has any idea what kind of technology developments we're going to have within the next 2 years.

 

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1 minute ago, Slottr said:

How do you know this? No one has any idea what kind of technology developments we're going to have within the next 2 years.

 

Get what's good now, and upgrade when you need to.

 

I would recommend checking out this article for more information about Nvidia 3000 series GPUs (including expected launch times):    https://www.techradar.com/news/rtx-3080

 

You can use your integrated graphics for some time or a spare old/used GPU in the meantime (you could get a cheap used GPU for under $20 if your system doesn't have integrated graphics), it's not likely going to be a great experience, although it will work until the newer card/s are released or until you save up more money towards a card.


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2 minutes ago, Boomwebsearch said:

I would recommend checking out this article for more information about Nvidia 3000 series GPUs (including expected launch times): 

these are not facts 

they are theories, for all we know it could be wrong, we can't know if this is correct or not. 


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4 minutes ago, Slottr said:

How do you know this? No one has any idea what kind of technology developments we're going to have within the next 2 years.

 

Get what's good now, and upgrade when you need to.

Most leaks say 3000 series cards are good. iPhone se leaks were right on the money, so I bet the 3000 series cards leaks are also pretty accurate. And yeah, I'd go with a 3000 series card too. 

 

OP as far as the rest of your build, I suggest getting more ssd storage. 

If you want to game at 4k high setting, you should get a 3000 series card for that

or a 2080ti. The rest of your build looks pretty good. 

 

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2 minutes ago, Boomwebsearch said:

 

I would recommend checking out this article for more information about Nvidia 3000 series GPUs (including expected launch times):    https://www.techradar.com/news/rtx-3080

 

You can use your integrated graphics for some time or a spare old/used GPU in the meantime (you could get a cheap used GPU for under $20 if your system doesn't have integrated graphics), it's not likely going to be a great experience, although it will work until the newer card/s are released or until you save up more money towards a card.

I was thinking of buying  a Friend old 2070 super that he selling for around 250. He only using it for 2 months after he won a giveaway for a RTX 2080 ti. So it fairly new.

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3 minutes ago, justinislit said:

I was thinking of buying  a Friend old 2070 super that he selling for around 250. He only using it for 2 months after he won a giveaway for a RTX 2080 ti. So it fairly new.

thats a pretty good price for a fairly new 2070s

 


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1 minute ago, justinislit said:

I was thinking of buying  a Friend old 2070 super that he selling for around 250. He only using it for 2 months after he won a giveaway for a RTX 2080 ti. So it fairly new.

 

A 2070 Super will still work very well for most consumer-grade use cases. I would get the used 2070 Super at a discount if you are planning to buy something now, if not then you may want to consider waiting for the 3000 series GPUs.


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