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Barebone 2070 or Premium 1080?

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I live in Japan and I'm planning to buy a new GPU. Used is not an option because I can't speak japanese and i'm not comfortable buying used products. That being said...

 

Both MSI 1080 Gaming X and Palit 2070 Dual are about the same price here in Japan. I just want to hear your opinion on which GPU to buy.

 

Thanks.

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24 minutes ago, Marfe said:

I live in Japan and I'm planning to buy a new GPU. Used is not an option because I can't speak japanese and i'm not comfortable buying used products. That being said...

 

Both MSI 1080 Gaming X and Palit 2070 Dual are about the same price here in Japan. I just want to hear your opinion on which GPU to buy.

 

Thanks.

I would say take the 1080, the 2070 is not really that better and i don't think you would need the ray tracing right ?

 

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Just now, SoreRaito said:

I would say take the 1080, the 2070 is not really that better and i don't think you would need the ray tracing right ?

 

I'm currently playing Assassin's Creed, Monster Hunter and some e-sports title so yea right now I don't need the rtx stuff.

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5 minutes ago, Marfe said:

I'm currently playing Assassin's Creed, Monster Hunter and some e-sports title so yea right now I don't need the rtx stuff.

Then i would say take the 1080 its a good card even my 1070 is running everything i throw at it.

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Unless you value overclocking more than features, you should get the RTX 2070. Last time Plait's dual fan 2 slot cooler on a 180w card (the 1080 Dual) it's really unimpressive, being rather loud at stock settings and require an undervolt to keep the same clocks while being quiet. However, it is also possible that the ability to use RTX features could be a significant advantage in the future. It's a 2070 after all, just because it isnt overclocked doesnt mean the 1080 will go faster than it by any noticeable margins.

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Just now, Jurrunio said:

Unless you value overclocking more than features, you should get the RTX 2070. Last time Plait's dual fan 2 slot cooler on a 180w card (the 1080 Dual) it's really unimpressive, being rather loud at stock settings and require an undervolt to keep the same clocks while being quiet. However, it is also possible that the ability to use RTX features could be a significant advantage in the future. It's a 2070 after all, just because it isnt overclocked doesnt mean the 1080 will go faster than it by any noticeable margins.

I was talking about the Palit 2070 Dual. Are the fans loud?

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37 minutes ago, Marfe said:

I live in Japan...because I can't speak japanese

NANI?!

 

 

Both are almost the same performance and price but I'd go for the 2070, more future proof imo

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1 minute ago, Marfe said:

I was talking about the Palit 2070 Dual. Are the fans loud?

that's the problem, no 3rd party reviews on it yet. I just assume the heatsink, therefore the performance to be the same as the 1080 dual as they have roughly the same heat output..

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Just now, aezakmi said:

NANI?!

 

 

Both are almost the same performance and price but I'd go for the 2070, more future proof imo

I'm a English teacher. lol

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35 minutes ago, Marfe said:

I live in Japan and I'm planning to buy a new GPU. Used is not an option because I can't speak japanese and i'm not comfortable buying used products. That being said...

 

Both MSI 1080 Gaming X and Palit 2070 Dual are about the same price here in Japan. I just want to hear your opinion on which GPU to buy.

 

Thanks.

I'd still go 10 series if possible, the gaming-X is fine as long not armour (shudders), the rtx 2070 may yet show any problems but I'd be cautious especially since the 2080ti RMAs have yet to be settled if your card needs to be RMA yours going to take awhile 

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11 minutes ago, aezakmi said:

NANI?!

 

 

Both are almost the same performance and price but I'd go for the 2070, more future proof imo

There is no such thing as future proofing, if anyone here has used galax cards palit sounds the same. 

Hmm English teacher in Japan, (imagines all the sailor outfit girls in your school) I bet you're being followed by girls everywhere you go eh handsome 

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