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Budget (including currency):  closer to $300 ideal, may be able to swing $400

Country: US

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: FPS's mainly. GTA Online, PUB:G, CSGO, Valorant,

Other details : Currently have a i7 7700 and a GTX 1660 3GB and 16GB RAM sitting on an ASUS H110-PLUS. Already have a 1440p 144hz monitor. I would love to be able to play at 1440p 144hz at at least medium graphics on all games, but of course being able to pump the settings to high for GTA or PUBG would be amazing.

 

Thanks for the help!

 

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If you're not opposed to the used market, you can pick up a 1080 Ti for the upper end of your price range ≤$400, which, unless you want RTX, are still powerhouses.

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6 minutes ago, kylerit said:

Budget (including currency):  closer to $300 ideal, may be able to swing $400

Country: US

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: FPS's mainly. GTA Online, PUB:G, CSGO, Valorant,

Other details : Currently have a i7 7700 and a GTX 1660 3GB and 16GB RAM sitting on an ASUS H110-PLUS. Already have a 1440p 144hz monitor. I would love to be able to play at 1440p 144hz at at least medium graphics on all games, but of course being able to pump the settings to high for GTA or PUBG would be amazing.

 

Thanks for the help!

 

For pubg that’s going to be hard, but a 5700xt is good for the other games

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You'd want a 1080Ti at the minimum. Those can be had for $500 if you're lucky with an eBay auction. This is because of Covid, they used to be $400.

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2 minutes ago, Semper said:

If you're not opposed to the used market, you can pick up a 1080 Ti for the upper end of your price range ≤$400, which, unless you want RTX, are still powerhouses.

Yeah, you won't find anything new with even close to that performance. Otherwise, for new for $400, you're looking at a maximum of an RTX 2060 Super or a 5700XT. Either go used, or wait a bit for 3000 series and pick up a 2070 super once prices drop.

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