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MSI RTX 2060 worth the extra money over a Zotac 1650 super?

Hi, I’m about to build my first gaming computer and I’m rethinking some part choices. I was originally thinking of getting the Zotac 1650 super, but now I’m thinking of getting an RTX card and I heard the MSI RTX 2060 is a good, affordable one, I was just wondering if it is worth the extra money (almost double the price of the 1650 super) for an RTX card. I don’t mind paying more for one it just means I have to save up for longer. Money shouldn’t be a problem as I’ve seen this card in build guides that are around my budget when you take off the peripherals.

I’m hoping on getting a Ryzen 3 3300x and a MSI B450m Gaming Plus Max MoBo.

 

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The 2060 is hell of an upgrade. But that depends on what you are playing - for minecraft it won't change much, for triple a games on a 1080p high refresh rate or 1440p it's a must

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- Ryzen Build -

R5 3600 | MSI X470 Gaming Plus MAX | 16GB CL16 3200MHz Corsair LPX | Dark Rock 4

MSI 2060 Super Gaming X

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38 minutes ago, 19_blackie_73 said:

The 2060 is hell of an upgrade. But that depends on what you are playing - for minecraft it won't change much, for triple a games on a 1080p high refresh rate or 1440p it's a must

Thanks, I am planning on playing big tittles and I’ve always wanted to see what RTX Minecraft looks like first hand. I have a 1080p 60Hz monitor, but I can always upgrade later as it is quite old. 

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