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I currently have:

 - msi 1070

 - i5 10600k

 

and play on 1080p 244hz monitor. What would be a good value card to get? I think the 4070 ti is a bit overkill.

Is it worth waiting for the gtx 4060 ti or is it perhaps worth getting a 3060 ti or 3070?
Not sure if the 8gb vram or cpu bottleneck is going to be an issue with any of these cards.


I'm looking to get a good 100+ fps on most modern games.

 

Advice is appreciated.

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Lower your graphics settings to bare minimum. resolution to lowest all the other options to lowest in all the games you want to play.  see what FPS you get then.  if it's not where you want it to be you'll need to consider a CPU upgrade too.  High FPS gaming has a lot more to do with CPU rather than GPU

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15 minutes ago, DotoreN said:

I currently have:

 - msi 1070

 - i5 10600k

 

and play on 1080p 244hz monitor. What would be a good value card to get? I think the 4070 ti is a bit overkill.

Is it worth waiting for the gtx 4060 ti or is it perhaps worth getting a 3060 ti or 3070?
Not sure if the 8gb vram or cpu bottleneck is going to be an issue with any of these cards.


I'm looking to get a good 100+ fps on most modern games.

 

Advice is appreciated.

for 244hz? what games do you play, i play games like warzone 2 and cold war, my card on ultra settings gets 150 fps on cold war ultra and 80-90 fps on warzone 2 ultra, should be plenty for 1080p, my gpu is 6750xt

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8 minutes ago, Blqckout said:

for 244hz? what games do you play, i play games like warzone 2 and cold war, my card on ultra settings gets 150 fps on cold war ultra and 80-90 fps on warzone 2 ultra, should be plenty for 1080p, my gpu is 6750xt

I mean the 6750xt is equivalent to the 3070 and 3060 ti and came out last year. My gtx 1070 is 7 years old now so I was looking to upgrade to play the upcoming games of 2023. I have no issues with fps yet, but games like hogwarts legacy all have pretty steep spec requirements.

 

So I am not really sure what gpu to get, either wait for the 4060 or the 3070 or 3060ti (i think?).

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Just now, DotoreN said:

I mean the 6750xt is equivalent to the 3070 and 3060 ti and came out last year. My gtx 1070 is 7 years old now so I was looking to upgrade to play the upcoming games of 2023. I have no issues with fps yet, but games like hogwarts legacy all have pretty steep spec requirements.

good upgrade then, i love it a lot, its cheaper than 3070 and bascicaly same performance, max graphics warframe gets me around 300 fps lol

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Note: My advice is amateur help/beginner troubleshooting, someone else can probably troubleshoot way better than me.

- I do have some experience, and I can use google pretty well. - Feel free to quote me I may respond soon.

 

Join team Red, my apprentice

 

STOP SIDING WITH NVIDEA

 

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You're not going to get 200+fps in all games with your current CPU with any GPU today.

Some games are heavily affected by CPU some games are GPU bound.

100+fps in all games is a little bit possible, but some may need DLSS if you play in ultra settings.

With your CPU, anything higher than RTX 3070 TI/RX 6800, will be bottlenecked on some CPU intensive games.

So, I'd look for used RX 6800 or RTX 3070 Ti, waiting for a card without release date is certainly a decision only you could decide.

 

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33 minutes ago, DotoreN said:

I currently have:

 - msi 1070

 - i5 10600k

 

and play on 1080p 244hz monitor. What would be a good value card to get? I think the 4070 ti is a bit overkill.

Is it worth waiting for the gtx 4060 ti or is it perhaps worth getting a 3060 ti or 3070?
Not sure if bottleneck is going to be an issue either. Mostly curious if the 3070 is worth the extra money over the 3060 ti for my use case.


I'm looking to get a good 100+ fps on most modern games.

 

Advice is appreciated.

On 1080p that CPU is going to heavily bottleneck anything above an RTX 3060. 

AMD cards are a bit easier to drive, so a tiny bit stronger card would do probably fine. Radeon RX 6600XT, 6650XT, 6700, 6700XT eventually 6750XT.

I'd recommend the 6700 non-XT because it performs like the 6650XT but isn't limited to only 8 PCI-E lanes. (6600XT/6650XT underperform a bit on PCI-E 3.0).

 

As people already stated, for high refresh on low resolutions, the CPU plays a much bigger role.

And there's no CPU on the market that could properly feed a modern high-end card (lets say RX 6900XT, 6950XT, 7900XT, 7900XTX, RTX 3080Ti, RTX 3090,  RTX 4080, RTX 4090)

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1 hour ago, DotoreN said:

I currently have:

 - msi 1070

 - i5 10600k

 

and play on 1080p 244hz monitor. What would be a good value card to get? I think the 4070 ti is a bit overkill.

Is it worth waiting for the gtx 4060 ti or is it perhaps worth getting a 3060 ti or 3070?
Not sure if the 8gb vram or cpu bottleneck is going to be an issue with any of these cards.


I'm looking to get a good 100+ fps on most modern games.

 

Advice is appreciated.

I'd suggest a RX6800, 3070ti level of performance for less money

With your CPU anything faster (and even the 6800) will often be CPU bottlenecked, but it'll allow you max performance you can get overall

4060 and even 4070 may not even have that level of performance with new NVidia strategy "cut dice, not price" 😛 🤬

 

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What games are you playing?

 

Usually only certain esports games and some outliers will push pasr the 200fps barrier as most games are hard engine limited and will never achieve those fps no matter the hardware

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1 hour ago, DotoreN said:

I mean the 6750xt is equivalent to the 3070 and 3060 ti and came out last year. My gtx 1070 is 7 years old now so I was looking to upgrade to play the upcoming games of 2023. I have no issues with fps yet, but games like hogwarts legacy all have pretty steep spec requirements.

 

So I am not really sure what gpu to get, either wait for the 4060 or the 3070 or 3060ti (i think?).

not nvidea, nvidea bad, good gpu, bad support and price, amd better, yes sometimes issue but PRICE TO PERFORMANCE

Dont forget to mark as solution if your question is answered

Note: My advice is amateur help/beginner troubleshooting, someone else can probably troubleshoot way better than me.

- I do have some experience, and I can use google pretty well. - Feel free to quote me I may respond soon.

 

Join team Red, my apprentice

 

STOP SIDING WITH NVIDEA

 

Setup:
Ryzen 7 5700X / ASRock Challenger RX 6750 XT PRO OC 12GB / ROG STRIX B550-F Gaming / Be Quiet! Pure Rock 2 FX CPU Cooler / Be Quiet! 750 Watt 80 PLUS Gold PSU / Sharkoon TK5M Case / 4x16 GB Kingston FURY RAM / 2x 1TB FireCuda BESKAR Edition / 3x iiYama 1440p 165HZ Montitor / Shure MV7 / GK61 Keyboard / Logitech G502-X Mouse

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A 3080fe. My 3090 doesnt hit that 240 mark on 1440. But Im sure it could if I went back to 1080, assuming my cpu handle it.

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