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AYDANN6ix9ine
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Just for somewhere in the future, which is the better overall price-to-performace card, the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 or the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 TI or the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080. Not worried about the power draw (I know Vega is 300+ Watts). Just about gaming and workstation performance. Also I'm fine with used market price too. Thanks for any advice!

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well the thing is half these cards are out of production, but generally speaking if you can find the same basic model from card to card, like say you get an ASUS STRIX variant of all 3 the 1070ti should come in considerably cheaper then the 1080 which it performs basically on par with (it is after all a 1080 with GDDR5 memory), the issue comes in which one you find cheaper, sales can be all over the place with some models of 1080's coming in cheaper then certain 1070 ti's while other 1070ti's are cheaper by a fair bit, they overlap in the price bracket at this point, as long as you can get a 1070 ti for 30-50 dollars (USD) cheaper then a 1080 they easily beat the 1080 in price to performance. so then it's a matter of what prices are like on Vega 64's they run around the same performance level, sometimes beating the 1080 (from what I remember), I would say if the 1070ti is $50 (USD) cheaper then a VEGA64 then go 1070ti, less then $30 difference go Vega64, between that you gotta examine benchmarks of the different cards in the games you play the most.

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1 hour ago, AYDANN6ix9ine said:

Just for somewhere in the future, which is the better overall price-to-performace card, the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 or the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 TI or the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080. Not worried about the power draw (I know Vega is 300+ Watts). Just about gaming and workstation performance. Also I'm fine with used market price too. Thanks for any advice!

1070 ti in most cases, if you include the power draw of the vega 64, def 1070 ti.

 

You have to take into account of power draw when you talk price-performance, even getting a 1080 might be cheaper than a vega 64 in the long run.

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