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ASUS GeForce GTX 780 Ti DirectCU II vs 1660 Ti

White Armor

do you feel like you are missing out on anything?

 

the 780ti roughly performs on par with the gtx 1060 3GB. so its not a strictly bad card today. 

 

i just wouldnt suggest buying it second hand due memmory buffer among other things. 

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5 minutes ago, White Armor said:

Is it worth to upgrade the 780 Ti to 1660 Ti ??

IMO, no worth it, in short get the rtx2060.

 

think this way 780ti (= 1060) upgrade to 1660ti(=1070)

other than the power draw, its just one tier upgrade. 

also remember how much you paid for 780ti? and compared to a 1660ti?

 

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Well,

 

Power consumption, temperature and the 6GB instead of 3GB would be better than 780 Ti.

I need for sugestions from you guys because I am desperate for a change :P

 

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1 hour ago, White Armor said:

Hello,

 

Is it worth to upgrade the 780 Ti to 1660 Ti ??

Worth it imo. 2060 don't make sense unless the price is within $30

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22 minutes ago, White Armor said:

Hello,

 

Is it worth to upgrade the 780 Ti to 1660 Ti ??

Or maybe if u can find used 1070 Ti with some warranty if u look for that. 

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8 minutes ago, filippalfi said:

Or maybe if u can find used 1070 Ti with some warranty if u look for that. 

I have found new ASUS GTX 1070TI CERBERUS 8GB GDDR5 for 470$

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1 minute ago, White Armor said:

I have found new ASUS GTX 1070TI CERBERUS 8GB GDDR5 for 470$

Not worth if getting new, 2060 would be a slightly better buy, its newer etc.. But if u find used one around 300ish dollars, then hell yes. 

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2 minutes ago, filippalfi said:

Not worth if getting new, 2060 would be a slightly better buy, its newer etc.. But if u find used one around 300ish dollars, then hell yes. 

I have also found new Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2060 OC 6G GDDR6 for 420$

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What about brand new MSI GeForce RTX 2060 GAMING Z 6GB GDDR6 for around 490$ ?? is it worth it ?

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15 minutes ago, White Armor said:

I have also found new Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2060 OC 6G GDDR6 for 420

And how much exactly is 1660 Ti u want? 

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17 minutes ago, White Armor said:

I have also found new Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2060 OC 6G GDDR6 for 420$

isnt that around $380? pick the basic 2x fan models from gigabyte / zotac/ evga

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10 minutes ago, dgsddfgdfhgs said:

isnt that around $380? pick the basic 2x fan models from gigabyte / zotac/ evga

The basic one with 2 fans from GIGABYTE is for 370$ what would you recommend

Actually I am now really hyped that RTX 2060 is in similiar price range.

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6 minutes ago, filippalfi said:

Get the 2060 if pricing is similar. 

I can get the MSI 2060 GAMING Z 6GB brand new with warranty for 436$ is it worth the price ?

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It should be cheaper but comparing it to 470 dollars for 1070 Ti u found it is worth it.  How much is the 1660 Ti? 

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1660 Ti would be slighty cheaper around 50$-60$ cheaper than RTX 2060 from MSI.

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Just get the cheapest RTX 2060 you can find. If you're not overclocking then the more expensive models are giving you almost nothing. At best 5% more performance, maybe 10% for the most expensive card. But the price is much more than the extra performance those OC models give.

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I’d get a used 1080 first. But if I really wanted something new, I’d get the 2060fe. As nice as the 1660 is, for just a bit more or even the same price as some you can get 2060’s. 

 

Just sold my keplers, they were still ok but not something I’d wonna use to enjoy. A lot of cards would be worth it over that. 

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Honestly it surprises me how people upgrade GPU for "power consumption better efficiency" I wish cards would suck even more juice and give me more performance xd.

 

To the question at hand I'd consider the RTX 2060 or RTX 2080 ~ GTX 1080 Ti to make it last as long as the 780 Ti did.

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2 hours ago, Princess Cadence said:

Honestly it surprises me how people upgrade GPU for "power consumption better efficiency" I wish cards would suck even more juice and give me more performance xd.

 

To the question at hand I'd consider the RTX 2060 or RTX 2080 ~ GTX 1080 Ti to make it last as long as the 780 Ti did.

We could all whish but at the end you're the person who is paying bills :P

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6 hours ago, White Armor said:

Hello,

 

Is it worth to upgrade the 780 Ti to 1660 Ti ??

Vega 64, gtx 1070ti, rtx 2060 would make much more sense.

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