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  1. Those cards don't exist in my country, also there is basically no second-hand market for GPU's. The list of available cards are: GT 710 ($55-$75), GT 1030 ($1000), RX560 ($180) . I'm not really willing to pay more than $100 for a card I'm going only to use for dedicated graphics. The GT 1030 is the only real option at this point. I just want it to be able to output 1440p@120hz on the desktop. No gaming at all.
  2. I have this idea in theory and was wondering if it will actually work. I want to buy 2 GPU's. 1 is an rtx 3080/3090 that will be used for machine learning tasks (training neural networks etc...). The other will be for video output and more of an integrated graphics replacement. I had the 1030 in mind for this card. Will this setup work in practice as I want to have the more powerful GPU dedicated to Machine learning tasks and not be bogged down by me doing other low-end tasks simultaneously like web-browsing, YouTube, etc..? Thanks in advance.
  3. There is a Palit GeForce GT 1030 for double the price at around $100, should I go for this instead then?
  4. What do you think about the GT710? I really don't need to game on it at all. Just want an output of 1440p to my monitor.
  5. I need a temporary GPU to use my PC as I wait for my rtx 3080 to be delivered (+- 2 months time), since the CPU does not have integrated graphics. The GPU will not be used for any gaming or GPU intensive applications, all I need is it for it to output at 1440p and be able to use for web-browsing, YouTube, coding, etc. These are my other parts I have: CPU: Ryzen 9 5900x MOBO: MSI X570 Tomahawk (There are display outputs on the motherboard, but they don't work with the 5900x) RAM: 2x32 g.skill cl16 3200mhz STORAGE: 2TB Samsung 980 pro AIO: H1
  6. I am building a PC in the Corsair 5000d airflow case. I have ordered the H150i cappelix AIO to use with my 5900x on the MSI X570 Tomahawk. The H150i comes with 3 ML120 RGB fans from corsair. I want to buy 4 more fans from Corsair (since I think that having all the fans customizable in one software will be easier) to run 3 intake fans, 1 rear-exhaust and then a top-mounted AIO as exhaust (will use the AIO fans with rad here). What corsair fans should I get: QL120 or LL120 or SP120 or ML120 RGB or ML120 PRO? They all seen very similar and are priced identically in m
  7. I am having trouble on deciding what rtx 3090 card to get. I have the following available at my local retailer to buy: Palit GamingPro OC, Palit GameRock, , Zotac Gaming Trinity OC, Zotac Gaming AMP Core Holo, Msi gaming X trio, MSI Suprim X and the Zotac Gaming ArticStorm. The order of the cards mentioned are from the cheapest (relatively speaking) to the most expensive. I don't really know too much of the difference between the cards, except the different clock speeds. How much of a performance difference can I expect from the cards and is it usually the c
  8. Another question I have is regarding the GPU sag. Should I get a GPU support bracket for the case or will the motherboard and case be able to support the GPU just fine?
  9. Thanks, I was planning on going for a top-mounted radiator so I won't be utilizing that space.
  10. Okay thanks, I will take that into consideration. I will start off with 1x32gb stick so I can add 3 more later if need be. Will the 1x32gb perform worse than having 2x16gb sticks, since I won't be running a dual channel configuration? What speed and CAS latency should I go for when looking for RAM. Is the higher speeds that necessary?
  11. Budget (including currency): $4000-$5000 (R60000 - R70000) Country: South Africa Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Machine Learning (Training deep learning models), Gaming is not essential, but ML and gaming PC parts go hand-in-hand. The RTX 3090 (if I can eventually get one around MSRP) is essential for training large models, due to its 24gb of memory. So unless there are better GPUs with CUDA support (basically just NVIDIA GPU's) and large memory (above 16gb) at around the same price as the 3090, the 3090 is the core component. L