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Hi im just wonering if im going to create a noticable bottle neck im playing at 1440p im thinking of getting a RXT 4070 Super as in my head it feels like a free upgrae got £300 from work in amazon vouchers an can sell my 3070 roughly around 300 on local buy and sell so makes sence in my head, my rig is

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2 minutes ago, Alexsheff93 said:

Hi im just wonering if im going to create a noticable bottle neck im playing at 1440p im thinking of getting a RXT 4070 Super as in my head it feels like a free upgrae got £300 from work in amazon vouchers an can sell my 3070 roughly around 300 on local buy and sell so makes sence in my head, my rig is

ryzen 5 5600

patriot viper steel 2x16gb 3200Mhz CL16

850w Corsair PSU

There will be a bottleneck, but you will still be able to get the good majority of the GPU's performance, you could upgrade the CPU later down the line if you are not satisfied with your current FPS.

 

Alternatively, wait until RTX 5000 comes out and decide then.

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4 minutes ago, Alexsheff93 said:

got £300 from work

Where on earth do you work I want £300

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Think about 7900 XT, unless you need Nvidia features.

 

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5 minutes ago, Blasty Blosty said:

There will be a bottleneck, but you will still be able to get the good majority of the GPU's performance, you could upgrade the CPU later down the line if you are not satisfied with your current FPS.

 

Alternatively, wait until RTX 5000 comes out and decide then.

At 1440p there will be bottlenecks in competitive games, but in AAA ultra settings game they won't be much if at all, only in very CPU intensive or badly optimized games

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3 minutes ago, Blasty Blosty said:

Where on earth do you work I want £300

i work doing outbound sales im that annoying guy that rings you outa nowhere an sells some crap to you haha. i won an insentive thats all so i got 90 from a previous insentive an £200 from most recent coming en of month

6 minutes ago, Blasty Blosty said:

There will be a bottleneck, but you will still be able to get the good majority of the GPU's performance, you could upgrade the CPU later down the line if you are not satisfied with your current FPS.

 

Alternatively, wait until RTX 5000 comes out and decide then.

That i have been consiering also hanging on an grabbing a 5000 series but its not often i get chance to buy somthing like this untill it heavily drops in price, my current 3070 was a struggle getting it at £350

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It is worth it in my opinion because even if you are going to be CPU limited at 1440p, you have the option of DLDSR x2.25+DLSS rendering the games at 4K while using DLSS. The image quality difference is so huge that you will not be going back to native 1440p ever again. I'm currently playing BG3 that way and native 1440p looks a hell of a lot more unclear and smudgy compared to DLDSR x2.25+DLSS.

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1 minute ago, Alexsheff93 said:

That i have been consiering also hanging on an grabbing a 5000 series but its not often i get chance to buy somthing like this untill it heavily drops in price, my current 3070 was a struggle getting it at £350

I see, I just got my own 4070 Super and I'm loving it, good price to performance

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5 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

At 1440p there will be bottlenecks in competitive games, but in AAA ultra settings game they won't be much if at all, only in very CPU intensive or badly optimized games

i got 1440p for single player games as im a graphics whore lol i play competitve games but im moving more towards speedrunning so im more invested into how good my game looks, obviously doing runs i'll have graphic settings turne down but for actual normal runs i want my game to be look amazing an aing graphics mods if any available for that game, my FO4 runs at 60-70FPS as ive got like 70gb of graphics mods added in top

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You'll be losing potential FPS in competitive games that are light on GPU and heavy on CPU. In AAA games however you'll be just fine.

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13 minutes ago, Alexsheff93 said:

That i have been consiering also hanging on an grabbing a 5000 series but its not often i get chance to buy somthing like this untill it heavily drops in price, my current 3070 was a struggle getting it at £350

you could wait for 5000 series release, perhaps both Nvidia and AMD will drop their prices of earlier cards? not 100% guaranteed though

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8 minutes ago, podkall said:

you could wait for 5000 series release, perhaps both Nvidia and AMD will drop their prices of earlier cards? not 100% guaranteed though

Mid range RTX5000 won't come before S1 or even S2 25

As for AMD it's not clear but I don't expect much from them this time

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6 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

Mid range RTX5000 won't come before S1 or even S2 25

As for AMD it's not clear but I don't expect much from them this time

weren't they supposed to launch this july?

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3 minutes ago, podkall said:

weren't they supposed to launch this july?

Are you talking about CPU or GPU ? Ryzen 9000 CPU will launch in July, they made no announcement about GPUs afaik

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1 minute ago, PDifolco said:

Are you talking about CPU or GPU ? Ryzen 9000 CPU will launch in July, they made no announcement about GPUs afaik

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25 minutes ago, podkall said:

Google = liar?

 

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Just a rumour, might not be reliable source

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31 minutes ago, podkall said:

Google = liar?

 

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"5000 series" god 🤦‍♂️ got me goofed up confused thinking something new's about to be released but you meant the 50 series

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1 hour ago, podkall said:

Google = liar?

 

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If there's a release this year it's probably only the 5090 and 5080, possible the 5070 will land in December. The 4070 came like 6 months after the 4080 if I recall

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2 minutes ago, Fasauceome said:

If there's a release this year it's probably only the 5090 and 5080, possible the 5070 will land in December. The 4070 came like 6 months after the 4080 if I recall

interesting, why do they release the faster ones sooner? for the hype that lets the slower and possibly less price/performance versions sell?

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8 minutes ago, podkall said:

interesting, why do they release the faster ones sooner? for the hype that lets the slower and possibly less price/performance versions sell?

The halo effect. If your best products of a given line have hype, they positively influence sales of the lower products through brand image, and the higher end products also have higher margins so they can make better initial sales figures. Products like the Threadripper 5995WX, RTX 4090, etc. are called halo products for being best-in-class, regardless of price. Having the fastest thing out first makes your brand look pretty good. 

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1 hour ago, podkall said:

interesting, why do they release the faster ones sooner? for the hype that lets the slower and possibly less price/performance versions sell?

For the $$$, it's NGreedia 🤑

They may even first launch the 5080 to then launch the 5090 even more expensive that if it launched first !

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40 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

For the $$$, it's NGreedia 🤑

They may even first launch the 5080 to then launch the 5090 even more expensive that if it launched first !

Especially now that AMD will stop making high end competitor cards and Intel is still a generation or two away from competing with AMD. NVIDIA is uncontested at the top for the next few years so they've no need to be fast with development, release at competitive prices nor nudge new gen performance increase too far from last generation. We'll be entering Intel's 4 core monopoly phase that we had a decade ago.

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