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2060s and PSU

Darkharry

I got a i7 4790 and i was watching a video from "The Game Bench" where he compared i5s with i7s and since gtx 1080 is very close to 2060S in performance i thought if i should get a 2060S for 150e? And should i get a LC Power "LC 1000M V 2.31" which is gold rated and i found it on PSU tierlist and i found it in i think eithet tier B mid range or Speculative position, i can get it for 70e

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What resolution and refresh are you targeting? 
A 4790 with a good cooler is struggling these days even with 1080p

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11 minutes ago, Darkharry said:

I got a i7 4790 and i was watching a video from "The Game Bench" where he compared i5s with i7s and since gtx 1080 is very close to 2060S in performance i thought if i should get a 2060S for 150e? And should i get a LC Power "LC 1000M V 2.31" which is gold rated and i found it on PSU tierlist and i found it in i think eithet tier B mid range or Speculative position, i can get it for 70e

It sounds great, the i7 4790 is still a good chip and if you want the 2060 go for it.

 

If your planning on upgrading in the future you would have to do a big upgrade on your chip, you must change the chip together with the rams and even the cooler maybe.

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The RTX 2060 Super is comparable in performance to the RX 6600, so I would also look at what the pricing is like for that card new in your region. They may be at a similar price.

 

Otherwise, 150€ for an RTX 2060 Super isn't a bad price. It's still a perfectly capable card and it has access to DLSS, which helps a lot in newer titles.

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21 minutes ago, OddOod said:

What resolution and refresh are you targeting? 
A 4790 with a good cooler is struggling these days even with 1080p

Well right now im playing on 60hz and 1366x768 which i will upgrade this summer probably and i planned to upgrade my whole pc basically and taking this PSU and GPU would help me a lot for the future because i would otherwise have to pay more for parts

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12 minutes ago, Blazepoint5 said:

It sounds great, the i7 4790 is still a good chip and if you want the 2060 go for it.

 

If your planning on upgrading in the future you would have to do a big upgrade on your chip, you must change the chip together with the rams and even the cooler maybe.

Yes i already got every part selected which i will upgrade this summer but taking the 2060S for 150e and PSU for 50e since my friend changed the price i think its not a bad deal at all i just dont know if PSU is fine

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25 minutes ago, YoungBlade said:

The RTX 2060 Super is comparable in performance to the RX 6600, so I would also look at what the pricing is like for that card new in your region. They may be at a similar price.

 

Otherwise, 150€ for an RTX 2060 Super isn't a bad price. It's still a perfectly capable card and it has access to DLSS, which helps a lot in newer titles.

I looked at multiple sites for rx 6600 and i could find them in a range of 150e-170e and my friend can sell me the PSU for 50e or the gpu for 130e however you wanna interpret it so i think it has DLSS as you mentioned so i think i will stick with 2060S and upgrade basically everything in the future

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52 minutes ago, Darkharry said:

Yes i already got every part selected which i will upgrade this summer but taking the 2060S for 150e and PSU for 50e since my friend changed the price i think its not a bad deal at all i just dont know if PSU is fine

Just tell him that you would do a test before you buy, get the psu from him and plug your rig and play some heavy intensive game and run the pc for a whole avrage game session (8-12h) then you decide if to get it or not.

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