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How much would you buy an 2070 super today?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

This card is currently on sale for around $500 here in my country (Philippines). My original target is 3070/60 but due to the situation ng cards right now (supply and demand, card issues) I think its hard to buy a latest card. I also saw 3080s selling here for around 1000usd and 3090s around 2000usd I think the 3070/60s will also have those marked up prices here that's why I'm considering buying an 2000 series card. . Currently playing on 1080p60 but I might go to 1440p60 soon. I'm currently using 980ti.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, JoostinOnline said:

$350 at most, assuming it's used.  I wouldn't buy a new one since they won't drop to a reasonable price.

I've edited my post to tell why I'm considering it. Its 500usd new here. The 2070s strix is selling for around 450usd. The model that I want (iGame 2070s Vulcan-X OC) is the one selling for 500. Those people selling used here are selling it for around 400 which is ridiculous. 


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Storage: Samsung 970 Evo (OS Drive) & Samsung PM981 (Game Drive)

 

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I'd wait a few more weeks for AMD to release something in the $350-450 range (the RDNA2 announcement is set for the 28th of October), or possibly the RTX 3060 (though there's no release date set for that).

 

If you're set on upgrading now, I'd probably also check for pricing on some good 5700XT models (MSI Gaming X, Powercolor Red Devil, Sapphire Nitro+), though for 1080p 60Hz, I can't imagine that you're struggling, per se, with your 980Ti.


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Personally, I just simply wouldn't buy a 2070 Super, no matter the price. I'd just wait until I can buy a 3070.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Thanks for the answers guys. I think I'm just gonna wait for now. :)


Rig: CPU: Intel Core i7 7700 | Motherboard: Asus Maximus IX Code | RAM: G. Skill Trident Z 2x8Gb 3000Mhz RGB |

GPU: Nvidia GTX 980Ti Reference | PSU: Corsair CX750 | Case: Phanteks P400S |

Storage: Samsung 970 Evo (OS Drive) & Samsung PM981 (Game Drive)

 

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