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FINALLY got an RTX card

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For the first 8 months or so of owning a pc, all I had was the integrated graphics on an Athlon 3000g. After that I had a GTX 1060, only the 3gb version, until now. I managed to get a 2060 off a guy for 200 bucks. And I’ve already got an offer for 120 on the 1060. The difference is already amazing, even though I’ve barely had it a few hours. 

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Double the vram and somewhat 30-40% more performance.. some times 50% performance in some games.

 

Be careful with the RTX feature tho, it wants to eat your fps.

I know, because i jumped from 1070 to 2060 for the RTX feature a few years ago.

(All tho i did end up selling the 2060 cheap to my brother in the end xD)

 

But, with DLSS running too.. Its an amazing feeling in games that support both.

The feeling of having good fps with dlss and seeing RTX not eating all the fps, its a really good feeling.

 

Congratz dude, welcome to the RTX phase of gaming and more performance on the table!

Edited by MultiGamerClub
*vram, not ram.

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1 hour ago, RGBoy said:

For the first 8 months or so of owning a pc, all I had was the integrated graphics on an Athlon 3000g. After that I had a GTX 1060, only the 3gb version, until now. I managed to get a 2060 off a guy for 200 bucks. And I’ve already got an offer for 120 on the 1060. The difference is already amazing, even though I’ve barely had it a few hours. 

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im still running the integrated gpu in my 5600g. planning to get a 6600xt in like a month tho 

 

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$200 for an RTX 2060?

 

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Congrats on the card.

Leonidas

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23 hours ago, MultiGamerClub said:

Double the ram and somewhat 30-40% more performance.. some times 50% performance in some games.

 

Be careful with the RTX feature tho, it wants to eat your fps.

I know, because i jumped from 1070 to 2060 for the RTX feature a few years ago.

(All tho i did end up selling the 2060 cheap to my brother in the end xD)

 

But, with DLSS running too.. Its an amazing feeling in games that support both.

The feeling of having good fps with dlss and seeing RTX not eating all the fps, its a really good feeling.

 

Congratz dude, welcome to the RTX phase of gaming and more performance on the table!

Really? 30% more performance is rlly good. I have a 2700x and 16gb ram, is that really the case?

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27 minutes ago, RGBoy said:

Really? 30% more performance is rlly good. I have a 2700x and 16gb ram, is that really the case?

with 16 gigs i doubt you will notice the difference 

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3 hours ago, RGBoy said:

Really? 30% more performance is rlly good. I have a 2700x and 16gb ram, is that really the case?

I didnt mean the normal sticks you have on your motherboard, i meant the vram on the graphics card itself going from a 3gb card to a 6gb card does make a difference with the performance boost going from one --60 card to another --60 card but with the 2000-series, its the lowest one of them but hey it gets the job done with good performance, even better so with games that support DLSS.

 

I played on the 2060 when dlss wasnt enabled/supported yet or announced if i recall correctly but it was an enjoying experience to see Battlefield 1 with RTX enabled and still get 50 to 65~ fps on avg. Probably even better now, but i have a 5900x and 16gb ram too now.. Im not going back to a 2060 haha.

 

All tho, 200 for a 2060 is a damn deal i must say..

 

Much better than the 2000 i gave for me 3080ti haha 😄

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Steam account value:

Value: 20025 kr (12208 kr with sales)
Games owned: 581
Games played: 329 *(56%)*
Hours on record: 9,631.9h

 

Maybe getting new rims for my V70 will change my mind on keeping it🤔

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