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max q is a low power version. And yes but it depends on graphics settings


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Just now, Cyracus said:

max q is a low power version. And yes but it depends on graphics settings

Is it like close to each other ? And would u buy 1650ti if u r getting 144hz display and the 1660 ti max q is has 60hz

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2 minutes ago, Charanpreet singh said:

Is it like close to each other ? And would u buy 1650ti if u r getting 144hz display and the 1660 ti max q is has 60hz

I'd get a 1650ti then, because the 144Hz screen can be nice for non-gaming things like scrolling and moving things on screen.

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Just now, Charanpreet singh said:

Is it like close to each other ? And would u buy 1650ti if u r getting 144hz display and the 1660 ti max q is has 60hz

you'll have to check reviews for how they compare. I would go for the 144hz display personally, but I've become spoiled with my 120hz g-sync panel so...


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5 hours ago, Charanpreet singh said:

With GPU is better for a laptop 1650 ti or 1660 ti max q and can 1650 ti push 144 or even 120 frames in mordern AAA games

no, not even close. Somthing like withcer 3 at 144 hz will take a lot to run, what kind of games do you have in mind? 

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Do you have a desktop? Will this be your main gaming machine? A 1660 Ti will be better, but if the 1660 Ti only has 60hz, I would get the 144/120hz.

 

Also, User Benchmark doesn't have 1650 Ti in their system, but if you compare 1650 Syoer to the 1660 Ti, its about a 30% boost in FPS, which is a none insignificant amount.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 minutes ago, The Sloth said:

no, not even close. SOmthing like withcer 3 at 144 hz will take a lot to run, what kind of games do you have in mind? 

I would be playing CSGo (I know no issues), valorent ( again no issues), rainbow 6 and warzone 

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