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Upgrading my gtx 950

Hey guys, I currently have a system with a

-i5 6400

-gtx 950 2Gb

 

My budget is $100-300, so what would be the best graphics card for me to upgrade to? I'm probably going to Try to upgrade my CPU later to. I would like to play games like Mount and blade bannerlord.

Thanks.

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18 minutes ago, TheLesso said:

Hey guys, I currently have a system with a

-i5 6400

-gtx 950 2Gb

 

My budget is $100-300, so what would be the best graphics card for me to upgrade to? I'm probably going to Try to upgrade my CPU later to. I would like to play games like Mount and blade bannerlord.

Thanks.

maybe 1660 super?

does you gpu still run?

"I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times." - Bruce Lee

 

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Hey there! I would recommend a NVIDIA 2060 or AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT for a high tier GPU. I use the PALIT 2060 StormX which is a cheaper 2060 since it only has one fan instead of two.

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Just now, HardStroke said:

maybe 1660 super?

does you gpu still run?

Yes, if you do not want RTX, the 1660 Super is a great choice.

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1 minute ago, FoldingToFightAnyDiseases said:

Hey there! I would recommend a NVIDIA 2060 or AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT for a high tier GPU. I use the PALIT 2060 StormX which is a cheaper 2060 since it only has one fan instead of two.

one fan???

what are your idle and underload temps?

"I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times." - Bruce Lee

 

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Just now, HardStroke said:

one fan???

what are your idle and underload temps?

No its a single fan compact GPU, nothing to worry about. It's small, but bloody mighty.

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Just now, FoldingToFightAnyDiseases said:

No its a single fan compact GPU, nothing to worry about. It's small, but bloody mighty.

GPU temp is fine. It's about 80 degrees Celsius which is average.

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1 minute ago, FoldingToFightAnyDiseases said:

No its a single fan compact GPU, nothing to worry about. It's small, but bloody mighty.

hahaha nice

1 minute ago, FoldingToFightAnyDiseases said:

GPU temp is fine. It's about 80 degrees Celsius which is average.

 

idk, i always thought that mini cards are running very hot especially the RTX mini cards since they have one small fan and an average size heatsink.

80c is quite toasty 

"I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times." - Bruce Lee

 

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29 minutes ago, TheLesso said:

Hey guys, I currently have a system with a

-i5 6400

-gtx 950 2Gb

 

My budget is $100-300, so what would be the best graphics card for me to upgrade to? I'm probably going to Try to upgrade my CPU later to. I would like to play games like Mount and blade bannerlord.

Thanks.

if you gpu still runs its an easy decision - wait for the 3000 series release

unless you find a good deal on a 2060s/2070s something like that

"I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times." - Bruce Lee

 

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2 minutes ago, HardStroke said:

if you gpu still runs its an easy decision - wait for the 3000 series release

unless you find a good deal on a 2060s/2070s something like that

Coming out this autumn/fall.

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12 hours ago, HardStroke said:

hahaha nice

 

idk, i always thought that mini cards are running very hot especially the RTX mini cards since they have one small fan and an average size heatsink.

80c is quite toasty 

I don't really use the RTX... yeah what a way to waste a GPU like this. (Not enough VRAM)

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