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Posted · Original PosterOP

I'd like to be able to play 1080p 120fps all games for 3 Years

Mostly multiplayer though

Should I buy an evga 1080sc for that or do I wait for the 1170/2070 

 

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16gb ram at 3000 mhz

 

 

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A 1089 is more than enough, and they're very close to MSRP right now.

 

The 1170 will be next to impossible to grab for months after launch, then you have the possibility of the mining craze coming back because there are cards that are useful again. So no knowing how long before the 11 series is at MSRP.

 

I jumped on a 1080 myself this week.


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if all you want to do is 1080p, then even a 1080 is a bit too much. Go for it if you really need it now. I have seen 1080ti for 750 today, but you do you


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I just recently ordered 2 1070ti's at MSRP from Nvidia......finally I was able to pick them up they were in stock for ~36 hours and that was the dealbreaker for me.

 

 

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GTX 1080 is perfect for 1080p 144Hz monitors, was getting 120 to 180 fps on ultra in BF1.  Just got my EVGA 1080 SC last month and upgraded my monitor to a 1440p 75Hz and I'm loving it! I say get your GTX 1080 now, when the 1170/2070 launch it will be hard to get your hands on one of them.  Sometimes vendors will have good sales right before the launch of the next generation gpu's, but you will be limited to certain models that were less desirable. 


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11/20 series will probably just be a pascal refresh from what I've heard. If you're only wanting 1080p I'd just go with a 1050ti or a 1060, they're neat for 1080p. 1060 can handle 1440p in some instances too.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Another thing that I had to ask was,

I'm new to streaming/I would like to stream on that. Pc 

Should I go for the 2700 or stick to the 2600x?

It's just a 60$ increase in price

 

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So most people are suggesting that the 1170/2070 cards will be unveiled in July

Now, does that mean I can buy one in July? 

 

How was it last year can you give me a run down about the timeline of the 10 series

Basically

 When were they announced were they available soon after?

When were the AIB available?

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I dont think so, Even if you can, at terrible prices.


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10 hours ago, error_unknown said:

So most people are suggesting that the 1170/2070 cards will be unveiled in July

Now, does that mean I can buy one in July? 

 

How was it last year can you give me a run down about the timeline of the 10 series

Basically

 When were they announced were they available soon after?

When were the AIB available?

You can buy one when they're made available to the public for sale.

They get announced during press conferences, and become available when the manufacturer decide they've held back the artificially timed release date after gathering enough hype so they can justify selling them well above MSRP due to "shortages" that happen way too quickly after launch.... mighty convenient.

 

Anyway, not trying to be snippy here; merely stating that we won't know until they're officially announced and put on sale by retailers, which I'd guess is probably going to be closer to late summer or even fall/winter.


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It’ll most likely be announced in Q3 or Q4 of this year, then available for sale in Q1 next year. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, TheRandomness said:

It’ll most likely be announced in Q3 or Q4 of this year, then available for sale in Q1 next year. 

Okay thank you very much! 

 

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2 minutes ago, kirashi said:

You can buy one when they're made available to the public for sale.

They get announced during press conferences, and become available when the manufacturer decide they've held back the artificially timed release date after gathering enough hype so they can justify selling them well above MSRP due to "shortages" that happen way too quickly after launch.... mighty convenient.

 

Anyway, not trying to be snippy here; merely stating that we won't know until they're officially announced and put on sale by retailers.

Understood

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from what i can see, the 1070 was announced around the 6th of may and got available for sale on the 10th of june. but remember, this is another card, so things can be different this time


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Just now, Glennieboyyy007 said:

from what i can see, the 1070 was announced around the 6th of may and got available for sale on the 10th of june. but remember, this is another card, so things can be different this time

Okay thanks man

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2 hours ago, error_unknown said:

I'd like to be able to play 1080p 120fps all games for 3 Years

Mostly multiplayer though

Should I buy an evga 1080sc for that or do I wait for the 1170/2070 

 

My specs:

2600x

16gb ram at 3000 mhz

 

 

Well the 1080 won't do 120fps ALL games for 3 years, so you're either ponying up for a 1080ti or wiating for an 1180. The 1170 likely won't be that much faster than a 1080, so I doubt that'll do it either. If current hardware is any indication, the 1070 is 2 years old and already struggled for 120fps in some games at 1080p high. 



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2 hours ago, error_unknown said:

I'd like to be able to play 1080p 120fps all games for 3 Years

Mostly multiplayer though

Should I buy an evga 1080sc for that or do I wait for the 1170/2070 

 

My specs:

2600x

16gb ram at 3000 mhz

 

 

"All games" at 120FPS? That sounds like you mean games that benefit from high FPS with "All". Can you give some examples?

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47 minutes ago, error_unknown said:

Another thing that I had to ask was,

I'm new to streaming/I would like to stream on that. Pc 

Should I go for the 2700 or stick to the 2600x?

It's just a 60$ increase in price

 

For streaming I'd go with the 2700. The extra cores will allow you to use x264 without having dropped frames if you tune the codec enough. Lower bitrate is required with x264 compared to NVENC for the same level of quality as well, which makes it less taxing on your internet connection.

 

Once you move to x264, you won't want to go back to NVENC.


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2 minutes ago, daimonie said:

"All games" at 120FPS? That sounds like you mean games that benefit from high FPS with "All". Can you give some examples?

Ghost recon wildlands

Battlefield 1

Battlefront 2

Pubg

Squad

 

 

 

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Just now, Phentos said:

For streaming I'd go with the 2700. The extra cores will allow you to use x264 without having dropped frames if you tune the codec enough. Lower bitrate is required with x264 compared to NVENC for the same level of quality as well, which makes it less taxing on your internet connection.

 

Once you move to x264, you won't want to go back to NVENC.

Okay! Is the h60 better than the stock 2700 cooler?

And the bequiet dark rock 4

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25 minutes ago, Zeitec said:

Well the 1080 won't do 120fps ALL games for 3 years, so you're either ponying up for a 1080ti or wiating for an 1180. The 1170 likely won't be that much faster than a 1080, so I doubt that'll do it either. If current hardware is any indication, the 1070 is 2 years old and already struggled for 120fps in some games at 1080p high. 

Hi again!

So you saying that 1170 will be par on the 1080 if the 12 series is a refresh?

 

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Just now, error_unknown said:

Okay! Is the h60 better than the stock 2700 cooler?

And the bequiet dark rock 4

I recommend the Dark Rock 4 over the H60. 120mm AIOs are a waste of money IMO unless you're making a hybrid GPU setup.


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1 minute ago, Phentos said:

I recommend the Dark Rock 4 over the H60. 120mm AIOs are a waste of money IMO unless you're making a hybrid GPU setup.

Okay..

Idk if the dark rock 4 would block my pretty ram..

 

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1 minute ago, error_unknown said:

Okay..

Idk if the dark rock 4 would block my pretty ram..

 

What kind of RAM?


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