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2060 vs 1660 Super - Worth paying 75€ more?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hellouu!!

So I was about to buy a GTX Super for 206€ and realized that there GTX 2060 cost 280€. 
So basic question: is it worth it the over 30% increased cost of the GTX?
Note1: no, I won't use GTX very likely

Note2: I use it for content creation: video edition and live streaming while gaming on Twitch 

Thanks in advance!! ❤️

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Both have nvec so no loss there 

As to if it's with the extra money ? 

I mean the 2060 is faster. And there is a noticeable difference. Look at benchmarks and decide if it is worth it or not for you.


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2060 is mid end, 1660s is for low end.
If you drill down the specs, 2060 have 1,920 coda cores, while 1660 super have 1,408.

That's a massive difference, especially if you use CUDA (premiere / AE).

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10 minutes ago, AntiSpiral said:

Hellouu!!

So I was about to buy a GTX Super for 206€ and realized that there GTX 2060 cost 280€. 
So basic question: is it worth it the over 30% increased cost of the GTX?
Note1: no, I won't use GTX very likely

Note2: I use it for content creation: video edition and live streaming while gaming on Twitch 

Thanks in advance!! ❤️

Check for a 2060 Super or RX 5700.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

2060 is mid end, 1660s is for low end.
If you drill down the specs, 2060 have 1,920 coda cores, while 1660 super have 1,408.

That's a massive difference, especially if you use CUDA (premiere / AE).

I do use Premiere...right now with a RX580 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, 5x5 said:

Check for a 2060 Super or RX 5700.

I'm too poor  for those ones xD

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Posted · Original PosterOP
15 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

Both have nvec so no loss there 

As to if it's with the extra money ? 

I mean the 2060 is faster. And there is a noticeable difference. Look at benchmarks and decide if it is worth it or not for you.

I checked some games benchs and it's between a 10 and 20% fps upgrade

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Just now, AntiSpiral said:

I checked some games benchs and it's between a 10 and 20% fps upgrade

If you think that's Worth it and you want the extra performance then go for it 

I can't really decide for you, if it's worth it or not as I have different workloads and I could value one thing less or more compared to you.


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3100.

B550m TuF plus.

Hyper x rgb 8 gig stick. (MJR or CJR  i still don't know lol).

1650 super.

CX450.

MX500.

NX500.

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, AntiSpiral said:

I'm too poor  for those ones xD

The 5700 coats the same as the 2060 price you gave and performs about 20% better, that's why I mentioned it

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1 minute ago, 5x5 said:

The 5700 coats the same as the 2060 price you gave and performs about 20% better, that's why I mentioned it

Can't find a 5700 for les than 350€....both 1660 and 2060 have special lower offers under the 300 range

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17 minutes ago, AntiSpiral said:

I do use Premiere...right now with a RX580 

RX580 is still pretty good for 1080p 60fps.

For premiere, you won't get a noticable boost using 2060.

A CPU upgrade is a better option.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
37 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

RX580 is still pretty good for 1080p 60fps.

For premiere, you won't get a noticable boost using 2060.

A CPU upgrade is a better option.

Right now when I'm streaming CoD, it swallows 100% of the GPU....and it's annoying while between games doing other stuff. I've another PC with a 1050ti, less FPS for sure, but GPU usage is much flexible for multitasking on streaming. That's what it make me think to upgrade....that and it's freaking loud and drains way too much PSU usage

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52 minutes ago, AntiSpiral said:

Can't find a 5700 for les than 350€....both 1660 and 2060 have special lower offers under the 300 range

Then there cheapest dual fan 2060

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1 minute ago, 5x5 said:

Then there cheapest dual fan 2060

I think you mean "the* cheapest" right? like "choose the 2060 that is cheaper

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14 minutes ago, AntiSpiral said:

I think you mean "the* cheapest" right? like "choose the 2060 that is cheaper

Yes, autocorrect is responsible for that typo. Just get the cheapest model with a decently sized dual fan cooler (not a tiny shit one like the KO)

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6 minutes ago, 5x5 said:

Yes, autocorrect is responsible for that typo. Just get the cheapest model with a decently sized dual fan cooler (not a tiny shit one like the KO)

KO? What is that?

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56 minutes ago, AntiSpiral said:

KO? What is that?

The horrid EVGA model. It's basically shit.

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25 minutes ago, 5x5 said:

The horrid EVGA model. It's basically shit.

Why is so bad? Being EVGA that surprises me A LOT 

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Why is so bad? Being EVGA that surprises me A LOT 

Brands don't mean anything. EVGA have plenty of horrid products and even some which are flat out fire hazards (the W1 and N1 power supplies for example). The KO cooler runs super hot and super loud and is an overall nightmare to deal with.

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Just now, 5x5 said:

Brands don't mean anything. EVGA have plenty of horrid products and even some which are flat out fire hazards (the W1 and N1 power supplies for example). The KO cooler runs super hot and super loud and is an overall nightmare to deal with.

That sounds familiar with my Sapphire NItro RX580....fans are LOUD.....so freaking much that it's annoying

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1 hour ago, AntiSpiral said:

That sounds familiar with my Sapphire NItro RX580....fans are LOUD.....so freaking much that it's annoying

That sounds like a defective fan or cooler. The nitro is among the coolest cooler designs on the market as a whole

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58 minutes ago, 5x5 said:

That sounds like a defective fan or cooler. The nitro is among the coolest cooler designs on the market as a whole

It's a hot GPU....to sustain a decent temperature it has to go over 65% speed....therefore noise is bad

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5700 is better pick IMO but if it must be a Nvidia card I take the cheaper since RTX aint worth shit at the moment... :I


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4 hours ago, AntiSpiral said:

Right now when I'm streaming CoD, it swallows 100% of the GPU....and it's annoying while between games doing other stuff. I've another PC with a 1050ti, less FPS for sure, but GPU usage is much flexible for multitasking on streaming. That's what it make me think to upgrade....that and it's freaking loud and drains way too much PSU usage

you might be using nvenc, for streaming 2060 would surely give you pretty good boost.

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