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thinking to buy inno3d 1070 gpu is it good ? or other choice is rx 580 8gb which is 130 dollar cheaper

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thinking to buy inno3d 1070 gpu is it good ? or other choice is rx 580 8gb which is 130 dollar cheaper

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Just now, AskTJ said:

1070 is the better choice.

its inno3d is it a good brand ?

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Just now, doffy99 said:

inno3d

it is one of the cheapest branded brand, has some ichill variant which costs more, design/ cooling didnt amazed me. 

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Just now, doffy99 said:

is it reliable ?

I used to have an Inno3d 1070. It did the job. Thats what you get for pretty much the cheapest 1070.

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Just now, doffy99 said:

had any problems ever ?how long you had ?

It'll run like a 1070.

 

It will be loud and run hotter than other 1070's.

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loud be fine but hotter will i have any issues or will serve me 4-5 yrs

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2 minutes ago, doffy99 said:

loud be fine but hotter will i have any issues or will serve me 4-5 yrs

It ran warm. But the one i had ran very hot. Like a founders edition. Although i think it was just my card. Others seemed to be fine. It should last 4-5 years. Depends on what you plan to do however

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1080p smooth gaming only maybe 2k gaming after few years but for now just 1080p gaming so no fps drops

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how does zotac cost in your region? also on cheap side but great build quality , come with 5 yrs warranty

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2 minutes ago, dgsddfgdfhgs said:

how does zotac cost in your region? also on cheap side but great build quality , come with 5 yrs warranty

Zotac is wonderful.

2 minutes ago, doffy99 said:

1080p smooth gaming only maybe 2k gaming after few years but for now just 1080p gaming so no fps drops

A 1070 should be fine for 1080p 60hz in 4-5 years but you may have to lower settings for 1440p. (but it's just a guess)

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final words, inno is a okay brand, nothing impressive, nothing too bad.

you have to accept it in its price range. if you can pay a bit more for a better brand, go for it. 

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Inno3d's been around for years, I recall my first nVidia card was an Inno3d GF2 MX400 32MB card.....it was a performer in its heyday.

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@GamerDude what does that mean bro hey day wont last long ? it has 3 yrs warranty and my city has one service center too will i be fine for 4-5 years ? i just need for 1080p 60p gaming nothing more 

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46 minutes ago, doffy99 said:

its inno3d is it a good brand ?

42 minutes ago, doffy99 said:

is it reliable ?

31 minutes ago, dgsddfgdfhgs said:

how does zotac cost in your region? also on cheap side but great build quality , come with 5 yrs warranty

26 minutes ago, dgsddfgdfhgs said:

final words, inno is a okay brand, nothing impressive, nothing too bad.

you have to accept it in its price range. if you can pay a bit more for a better brand, go for it. 

Every brand will have good and crap models

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8 minutes ago, doffy99 said:

can you check pls will it be fine for 4-5 years ?

If you're talking about reliability, no one can guarantee that. Buying electronics is like lottery

 

If you're talking about performance, it depends on what games you play. For demanding titles, 1070 wouldn't last for 5 years.

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@GeneXiS_X yes the reliablity true that dat wise words lol 
but my question is do inno3d gpus last ? are they decent in quality ?  

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Which INNO3D GTX1070?

http://www.inno3d.com/products.php?refid=1&subid=18&cate[]=18&cate[]=372&cate[]=17&cate[]=369

There are a few varied models which will be a bit different in overall MaxTemp and Noise.

 

If it's one of the x2 (DualFan) models, it'll probably perform much like the Dual-Fan Galax model I have, heatsink looks similarly sized, width n all that..

Likely a Mid-70's Temp and audible but not annoyingly so GPU in 20-24*c rooms. (Generalizing My GPU/Location for Global Comparisons)

 

Other models, I can't draw parallels to, but reviews should exist online for these GPU's.

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2 hours ago, doffy99 said:

@GamerDude what does that mean bro hey day wont last long ? it has 3 yrs warranty and my city has one service center too will i be fine for 4-5 years ? i just need for 1080p 60p gaming nothing more 

No, 'Heyday' = the period of a person's or thing's greatest success, popularity, activity, or vigour.

 

The GF2 MX400 was a wonderful card back in its day, I recall play Giants Citizen Kabuto with it. I was basically saying that Inno3d is a trusted brand and has been around for years now. I remember getting a GF 4200 Ti 128mb and almost immediately after that, I scored an ATi 9700 Pro which basically destroyed all the GF4xxx Ti series. It's been a while since I last got an AMD flagship card (the last was a pair of R9 290X around end of 2013), tonight's the night I shall wave the flag for Team Red with a Gigabyte RX VEGA 64.

 

As for the longevity of a card, it really depends on the game engine used, your ingame setting and monitor resolution, but if you're sensible enough to make appropriate adjustments to PQ (picture quality) for better framerates as time goes on, a GTX 1070 should be good for at least 3-5 years. The R9 290X 4GB which was released about 5 years ago is still going strong, like its competitor the GTX 780 Ti (only snag with the GTX 780 Ti is its rather limited 3GB VRAM), just keep your expectations in check and you should be quite happy with the GTX 1070 for the next few years.

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