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Gtx 960 4gb to gtx 1060 3gb

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Hello i ha e a offer someone wants my zotac aml gtx 960 4gb for there 1060 3gb evga and they want 40$ cash on top Cad around 30usd worth it or nah?

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y tho

 

Does his card actually work?

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nah
today, as well as in the near future, 3GB of vram will not be enough for most games at 1080p

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1 minute ago, mok said:

nah
today, as well as in the near future, 3GB of vram will not be enough for most games at 1080p

My GTX 780 is holding up perfectly at 1080p, and this is a 5 year old card that's been running since it was new. I'd consider 3GB of VRAM to be the absolute minimum for anything above 1080p Low.

 

1060 3GB is a really good midrange card.

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8 minutes ago, bleedblue said:

y tho

 

Does his card actually work?

Yes it does its my buddys and he just needs extra cahs and doesnt olay any demanding games

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Just now, snapcrackpop said:

Yes it does its my buddys and he just needs extra cahs and doesnt olay any demanding games

Definitely worth.

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it's a decent deal. 3GB VRAM means no high texture settings, but after that it will rip the 960 and 1050ti with sheer frame rates.

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