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[advice needed] 2k Gaming GPU

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Hi all, 

 

I just bought a new monitor (Asus VG27A) which has a 2k screen which I think is beautiful. I have a pretty old GPU I bought a while back so I could figure it was not enough to handle (GTX 1080). So I jumped into my favorite RPG at this time (Monster Hunter World). I want 2k because I like open world games and the colors look delicious. 

Upon trying to go into my combo's on the game, I noticed as I expected my old 1080 maybe need some retirement because the frame drops were real and it did not feel smooth at all, so I switched back to 1080p and it was smooth again. Although it did look beautiful! 

 

So I really want to upgrade my card to support the frames , preferred at 120hz+. 

I have been out of the world for quite a while, did some googling and I'm not sure what I should get. The articles I find all go up for one saying GTX 2060 is fine, another says I need GTX 2080TI, another says I can do it on 1080 (disagree ast stated above) and another says GTX 1660. So I am in like a see of stuff where I don't know which boat I need to take to reach the paradise. 

 

So my question to what do I really need and how does it compare against the others? 

Also a screenshot of my build, please tell me if any other parts are outdated as well. 

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The only GPUs better than the 1080 are the 2070 and above. If you want a meaningful upgrade, you'll need a 2080 Super at least. 

Nvidia should release their 3000 series of GPUs soon, so it might be worth waiting until then.

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4 minutes ago, RadiatingLight said:

The only GPUs better than the 1080 are the 2070 and above. If you want a meaningful upgrade, you'll need a 2080 Super at least. 

Nvidia should release their 3000 series of GPUs soon, so it might be worth waiting until then.

This.

 

The 1080 is a powerful card still, maybe reinstall Windows or drivers, if you're having less than stellar performance out of it at 1440p.  

 

Otherwise I'd wait for the next round of GPUs, as @RadiatingLight says... a real upgrade would be expensive.

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MHW is just a hard game to run i've recently learned. Even a 2080ti will get dragged down at 1440p in that game.

 

Given its designed to run at locked 30fps, anything above that i'd consider above spec.

 

Honestly, I'd just keep the 1080 for now, lower settings, and wait for 3000 nvidia series.

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2 minutes ago, jstudrawa said:

This.

 

The 1080 is a powerful card still, maybe reinstall Windows or drivers, if you're having less than stellar performance out of it at 1440p.  

 

Otherwise I'd wait for the next round of GPUs, as @RadiatingLight says... a real upgrade would be expensive.

Yeah the Timespy test is pretty much what I'm getting when I'm in battle. Outside of battle it's fine and walking around the game is fine. 

Also I normally play my games in borderless window which drags down the fps but is preferable, I think full screen has like an average of 8 fps higher. 

What is the release for the new lineup? (expected)

 

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Either way, I would much appreciate it if you would keep the topic clean of this discussion so we can get back on topic. 

9 minutes ago, Swiebertjeee said:

Yeah the Timespy test is pretty much what I'm getting when I'm in battle. Outside of battle it's fine and walking around the game is fine. 

Also I normally play my games in borderless window which drags down the fps but is preferable, I think full screen has like an average of 8 fps higher. 

What is the release for the new lineup? (expected)

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Swiebertjeee said:

Either way, I would much appreciate it if you would keep the topic clean of this discussion so we can get back on topic. 

 

It seems that the last four years have ground GPU performance uplifts to a halt. The GTX 1080 came out in 2016 and cost $500.

 

The 2070, gave about the same performance as the GTX 1080 give or take optimization omissions, and also....cost $500. 

 

The 2070s, which finally brings some improvements across the board, costs $500 and didn't come out until last year, but is still not really significantly better than the GTX 1080.

 

I would absolutely wait, as nvidia is milking the shit out of its customers at present in regards to generational improvements/price brackets.

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1 minute ago, Mister Woof said:

It seems that the last four years have ground GPU performance uplifts to a halt. The GTX 1080 came out in 2016 and cost $500.

 

The 2070, or more currently, 2060s, give about the same performance as the GTX 1080 give or take optimization omissions, and also....cost $500.

 

I would absolutely wait, as nvidia is milking the shit out of its customers at present. 

I don't feel like that is going to change any time soon. I believe the reason for the prices to stay this high is due too the demand for GPU for proof of work which is mainly used for Bitcoin at the moment. 

With the Bitcoin halving happening not far from now, I think the demand will increase. (speculation)

So yeah in 2017 we saw this huge increase in demand of gpu power in this market without manufactures being able to keep up or don't want to to milk out the consumer for more money. 

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1 minute ago, Swiebertjeee said:

I don't feel like that is going to change any time soon. I believe the reason for the prices to stay this high is due too the demand for GPU for proof of work which is mainly used for Bitcoin at the moment. 

With the Bitcoin halving happening not far from now, I think the demand will increase. (speculation)

So yeah in 2017 we saw this huge increase in demand of gpu power in this market without manufactures being able to keep up or don't want to to milk out the consumer for more money. 

i agree, but wait for some significant uplift. i also edited my response because i wrote the wrong GPUs

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- Thread Cleaned -

OP's monitor is 2560x1440. Don't derail the thread arguing over the definition of "2k". Stay on topic.

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1 minute ago, Spotty said:

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The monitor model number given in the OP is for a 1080p (1920x1080) monitor. Don't derail the thread arguing over the definition of "2k". Stay on topic.

Please edit, monitor is 2560x1440 

 

 

2 minutes ago, Mister Woof said:

i agree, but wait for some significant uplift. i also edited my response because i wrote the wrong GPUs

It would make sense if the release would be close. Is there an estimated release timeframe? 

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2 minutes ago, Spotty said:

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The monitor model number given in the OP is for a 1080p (1920x1080) monitor. Don't derail the thread arguing over the definition of "2k". Stay on topic.

Then at 1080p, I believe the GTX 1080 is definitely still very competent and is worthwhile to keep for some time.

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Just now, Swiebertjeee said:

Please edit, monitor is 2560x1440 

 

 

It would make sense if the release would be close. Is there an estimated release timeframe? 

 

 

might have some more information

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