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Can someone give me the breakdown of the best graphics cards for the money? I haven't built a computer in a decade so I'm totally lost.
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>>71836839
august for the 5700 cards or if you need one now go with a 2060super
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>>71836854
Is there a difference between "super" and "ultra?"
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>>71837823
about 125 shekels you stu-uh-smart goy er i mean guy
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>>71836839
AIB RX 5700 or RX 5700 XT in a month or a used GTX 1080 or GTX 1080 ti off ebay for less if you can find them. Buddy of mine got a 1080 hybrid for $250 USD, luck bastard.
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If you need cheaper then a Vega 56 for ~$200 USD, a GTX 1070 for ~$150, or an RX 580 for $80 USD.
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I'm very lost too. I don't even understand what makes a good motherboard from the thousands of options available.
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>>71838331
Number of ports, vrm quality, heatsink quality, rated memory overclocks, multi-gpu support, troubleshooting leds or post code, backup bios if you fuck up, and LN2 mode for exotic cooling.
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>>71836839
Titan RTX
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>>71836839
>>>/v/
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>>71838475
Is multi-gpu support even relevant? most games are dropping crossfire/sli support.
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Frens will the low end aib 5700s be worth it over an overclocked Vega 56? I don't want to spend $400 but I could go to 350
Have to decide soon if I will return the Vega
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>>71838485
PCIE4 makes it more feasible, Vulkan makes it easier. Many are dropping it, but I think once Vulkan is mainstream, there will be a comeback.
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>>71838510
Less noise and heat and likely much better optimization in newer titles down the road.
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>>71837855
>used GPU off ebay
Isnt that a recipe for disaster?
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>>71838547
As long as you buy GPU's from OEM's that will RMA with only the serial no it should be fine.`
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>>71838547
Only if you're a fucking idiot and buy cards from people with no real reviews in the eastern block. Ask for a Serial number and photos, ask how it was used, ask for a benchmark, and demand tracking within 3 days. Worst case scenario you report it to ebay that you didn't get what was described and they process a refund.
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>>71837855
Is the RX 5700 XT worth it over the 2070 Super? Been eyeing the RX but the 2070 Super is also enticing me.
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>>71838565
>>71838558
Ok thanks guys
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>>71838547
it can be since there are lots of gpus that were once used for mining being resold.
if you do buy from ebay make sure you can return it. 2 years ago i bought a gtx1080 that wound up not working and got my money back.
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>>71838207
These prices are extremely optimistic. A blower Vega is like $250, more for AIB. RX 580 $140 average price.
>>71836839
You can prob find an RX 570 on eBay Inde $100, they're still a solid choice for 1080p.
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/g/ question here.

Considering I'm at 1440p res and with a 4.2 i7-4790k

I was planning on just upgrading my old tired 980ti to a 2080ti variant.

Now at this point, does the CPU then become the bottle neck?(within reason) or does my old CPU still do good enough to ignore a cpu upgrade at the moment?
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>>71836839
Buy a 5700xt for $400, overclock it to 2.2Ghz, use image sharpening and antilag. Congratulations, you saved $800 and can now play 4k with ultra settings at higher fps and less lag than a 2080ti. If you want RT you'll have to bite the bullet and fork out $1200.



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