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Upgrade from 1060

TeoPap
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Hello,

 

As the title says , i need to upgrade my gpu at some time because new games require better graphics and my current gpu cant take it .

I specifically have a Gigabyte GTX 1060 3GB.

As a result , i would like to sell this one and get a better one to run new games at 1080p , mainly high with good amount of fps.

Budget is around 400$.

What can you recommend me ? Cant wait for your responses !!

 

Regards,

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RX 5700 XT is probably your best bet, and you can probably sell your GPU for $120ish

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i have the 2060 ko  for 299 at newegg and love it about you could get a 2070 for about 400 at newegg

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Just now, Saksham said:

are you sure you cannot wait? new gpus are on the horizon

if thats the case i can wait for a year or so , but this upgrade has to be done

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1 minute ago, TeoPap said:

if thats the case i can wait for a year or so , but this upgrade has to be done

i believe amd will be releasing gpus in the next 2 months or something like that. 

 

Edit: you can sell your 1060 in the range of 70-110 USD depending on condition and quality. 

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I also have to note that my system is I5 8500 , 16GB ram , 600 W psu

 

Just in case

 

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