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Well if you dont specify how much FPS you want 30/60/120+, everything can be a budget 1440p GPU.

 

Id probably recommend an RX 5700 (XT) or something similair for 100FPS + gaming

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Integrated graphics is fully capable of 1440p output, if that is what you are looking for.

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3 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

what is better than what? what's your budget? the best gpu is 2080ti, but it's not "budget"

Around the $350 range

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RX 5600XT/RTX 2060/RTX 2060 super for low end 1440p and RX 5700 + is for mid/high end 1440p.

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I live in australia so i can get 2 gtx 1070s for the price of a 5700xt is that a good option

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1 minute ago, Flyingchickennugget27 said:

I live in australia so i can get 2 gtx 1070s for the price of a 5700xt is that a good option

SLI is dead and the two 1070s wouldn't be that much faster than a single 5700XT anyway in a perfect SLI scaling scenario.

The 5700(XT) is the best option for your use case.

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5 minutes ago, Flyingchickennugget27 said:

But Ive seen a benchmark video of 2 1070s vs a 2080 ti and the dual 1070s got higher fps

 

And I am sure you can find ones which show the opposite too.

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12 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

SLI is dead and the two 1070s wouldn't be that much faster than a single 5700XT anyway in a perfect SLI scaling scenario.

The 5700(XT) is the best option for your use case.

Also what about nvlink

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The only reason i was talking about sli and nvlink is because i wont have to pay GST(australian tax) which is with every purchase from australia where you have to pay an additional 10% of the products price as tax, but the 2 1070s come from the usa so there is no gst

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16 minutes ago, Flyingchickennugget27 said:

Also what about nvlink

NVLink was introduced with Nvidia's 20 series cards on the consumer side.

 

26 minutes ago, Flyingchickennugget27 said:

But Ive seen a benchmark video of 2 1070s vs a 2080 ti and the dual 1070s got higher fps

IIRC two 1070s were behind even a single 1080Ti, so I doubt they'd beat a 2080Ti tbh

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