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GPU for 1080p 60hz gaming

which one will have a best performance without OC that GPU

1. asus strix 1070ti advanced

2. gigabyte 1080 g1 gaming

i know it is really overkill for 1080p 60hz gaming, but i really want to play ultra graphic without worried for maybe 2-4 years because until now i'm still playing some game always with ultra low setting with 720p resolution *lol

is it enough to use 650w gold PSU to handle 1070ti or 1080? (corsair RM650x)

thanks for your help guys and i'm really sorry for my bad english, i hope you understand

specs: ryzen 2600x,16gb RAM

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24 minutes ago, EnterClassroom said:

which one will have a best performance without OC that GPU

1. asus strix 1070ti advanced

2. gigabyte 1080 g1 gaming

i know it is really overkill for 1080p 60hz gaming, but i really want to play ultra graphic without worried for maybe 2-4 years because until now i'm still playing some game always with ultra low setting with 720p resolution *lol

is it enough to use 650w gold PSU to handle 1070ti or 1080? (corsair RM650x)

thanks for your help guys and i'm really sorry for my bad english, i hope you understand

specs: ryzen 2600x,16gb RAM

The 1080 will obviously perform better, it will also consume a bit more power since it uses GDDR5X, but your psu is more than enough for it. You could try to overclock your monitor to something like 90hz so you can get the extra smoothness from the framerates tha you'll get.

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Even with the vanilla 1070 you won't have to worry about upgrading anytime soon at 1080p

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5 minutes ago, TheDankKoosh said:

The 1080 will obviously perform better, it will also consume a bit more power since it uses GDDR5X, but your psu is more than enough for it. You could try to overclock your monitor to something like 90hz so you can get the extra smoothness from the framerates tha you'll get.

ok then, i think i can save my money to buy some gaming gear, lol

but thanks a lot bro!

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5 minutes ago, bleedblue said:

Even with the vanilla 1070 you won't have to worry about upgrading anytime soon at 1080p

ok thanks for your help, maybe i should wait for RTX 2060

thanks for your help bro

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1 minute ago, EnterClassroom said:

ok thanks for your help, maybe i should wait for RTX 2060

thanks for your help bro

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7 minutes ago, EnterClassroom said:

ok thanks for your help, maybe i should wait for RTX 2060

thanks for your help bro

If you can buy a 1080, you might be able to get a 2070, depends on where you live

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For 1080P 60Hz? A good number of GPU's are capable of that, like the GTX 1060 6GB, RX 580/590, but of course, if you were to get the GTX 1070/RTX 2060 and higher, you'd be able to handle newer and more demanding games at 1080P (60Hz or higher). So, it's really up to you as to how much you're willing to spend......the Ryzen 2600X and 16GB RAM would be good for a long, looooong time!?

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8 minutes ago, bleedblue said:

What do you have right now?

i have GTX 950 and for this era i think its too old for my GPU, i always play with ultra low settings

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2 minutes ago, Mephi00 said:

If you can buy a 1080, you might be able to get a 2070, depends on where you live

yup in my country RTX 2070 MSI Armor have a same price like GTX 1080 G1 gaming, but my friend told me Armor series really have bad cooling performance

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2 minutes ago, GamerDude said:

For 1080P 60Hz? A good number of GPU's are capable of that, like the GTX 1060 6GB, RX 580/590, but of course, if you were to get the GTX 1070/RTX 2060 and higher, you'd be able to handle newer and more demanding games at 1080P (60Hz or higher). So, it's really up to you as to how much you're willing to spend......the Ryzen 2600X and 16GB RAM would be good for a long, looooong time!?

yeah thats what i mean, so if any other games release it soon i have no worry to play ultra settings all day, hahahaha

but is there any screen tearing?

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Just now, EnterClassroom said:

yeah thats what i mean, so if any other games release it soon i have no worry to play ultra settings all day, hahahaha

but is there any screen tearing?

Depends on the game, and whether your monitor has Freesync (usually cheaper as nothing special is needed) or Gsync (cost a fair bit more due to nGreedia for Gsync modules installed in monitors to make them Gsync capable). Both my monitors are Freesync, though I use one of them with an nVidia (nGreedia) card.....I've not seen any tearing worthy of nothing, so it's good for now. I guess it helps to have a powerful GPU in the mix....

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I`d say if you wont upgrade anything than your GPU and you have the money to buy a new 1080. yeah try o find a rtx2070 or go for the 1080 if you badly need a GPU. it will serve you years before you upgrade again(fps).

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