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EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 Super SC Ultra Gaming Graphics Card $379.99 after coupon and rebate

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Use promo code VGAPCJP559 at checkout (email must be provided) to save $20. An additional $20 rebate brings the price down to $379.99. Register for the rebate at https://evgarebate.com/ using promotion number 90452. Rebate Instructions [newegg.com]

Pay with your Chase Freedom card via PayPal to save another 5% and bring this down to about $360.

Some reviews indicate coil whine could be an issue, depending on your setup. Most say it's not intrusive but some disagree. Totally worth it for the price, in my opinion.

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Would this card work well with a Ryzen 5 3600?
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Would this card work well with a Ryzen 5 3600?
Yea but for the price I would consider a AMD 5700xt, it beats this card in a lot of benchmarks for a similar price
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Yea but for the price I would consider a AMD 5700xt, it beats this card in a lot of benchmarks for a similar price

Thanks, Doing a bit of research. seems like AMD 5700xt is more in my ballpark.
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Yea but for the price I would consider a AMD 5700xt, it beats this card in a lot of benchmarks for a similar price
That's true but the 2060 Super runs cooler and will likely throttle less. The 5700 XT still usually comes out ahead but might not with extended gaming sessions.

EDIT: I considered a lot of cards and went with a 5700 XT with a reference design (knowing the limitations). There are a lot of upsides to the 5700 XT but it doesn't hurt to point out some of the downsides so we can make informed decisions.
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I'm trying to hit 60 fps 1440p for the next 2 years at high settings is this viable
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That's true but the 2060 Super runs cooler and will likely throttle less. The 5700 XT still usually comes out ahead but might not with extended gaming sessions.
Go with the non-stock coolers.
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This is finally a price that gets close to reasonable for what the 2060S offers in terms of performance for this generation. Still highish, but a bit less detached from reality than before. For those who want ray tracing, this might be worth considering vs. the 5700XT, even if it's a tad slower on average.

I still think the best value right now is a 5700 non-XT with a good cooling system and then a frequency unlock... Waiting for that sale on a Sapphire 5700 Red Devil or Nitro+, and since I have time, it's cool.
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Coil whine unacceptable for a 400$ card
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I'm trying to hit 60 fps 1440p for the next 2 years at high settings is this viable
Honestly you're probably hitting high settings on AAA games at 1440p on the 2060 non-super at 60-70fps for the next couple of years. Not ULTRA, and no RTX on, but playable 1440p for sure on high. The Super gives you another 15%FPS, and 2gb of ram, so I think you'd be fine based on today's benchmarks. TechDeals on YouTube did a great comparison video on 1440p cards just this month. Check it out.
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This is finally a price that gets close to reasonable for what the 2060S offers in terms of performance for this generation. Still highish, but a bit less detached from reality than before. For those who want ray tracing, this might be worth considering vs. the 5700XT, even if it's a tad slower on average.

I still think the best value right now is a 5700 non-XT with a good cooling system and then a frequency unlock... Waiting for that sale on a Sapphire 5700 Red Devil or Nitro+, and since I have time, it's cool.
If you want Ray tracing you might as well go to a 2070 super because anything less is a waste of money. The performance hit for ray tracing is absurd and the 2060S is barely enough to do 1080p ray tracing and even in a few cases you have to lower settings and deal with sub 60 FPS dips.

I got the 5700 xt nitro+, honestly I planned to play BL3, it had a $20 off deal, 5% paypal cashback, it's good enough considering it won't be dipping much until probably summer next year. If not for those perks though, I wouldn't have, it is still a rather pricey card but it is also a quality card with a lot of QoL packed in.
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Based on the kind of textures gaming has these days do moderate gamers think it's worth getting high end (4k gaming on 2070 - 2080 ti/super) cards based on the cost vs experience- timeline value proposition? Or is 1440 /2k enough?
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This is finally a price that gets close to reasonable for what the 2060S offers in terms of performance for this generation. Still highish, but a bit less detached from reality than before. For those who want ray tracing, this might be worth considering vs. the 5700XT, even if it's a tad slower on average.

I still think the best value right now is a 5700 non-XT with a good cooling system and then a frequency unlock... Waiting for that sale on a Sapphire 5700 Red Devil or Nitro+, and since I have time, it's cool.
Do you think this is worth using with my Core i5-4670K (2013 era)? Monitor is 1920 x 1200.

Trying to find the best video card to match my old CPU.
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Based on the kind of textures gaming has these days do moderate gamers think it's worth getting high end (4k gaming on 2070 - 2080 ti/super) cards based on the cost vs experience- timeline value proposition? Or is 1440 /2k enough?
That's a tough one. I'm sure someone can answer better than me but the price to get into higher FPS 4K graphics right now is still pretty high. I just built a 1440p/100+hz gaming system and got a 5700xt as a graphics card along with a IPS monitor. The IPS makes a noticeable difference vs my last TN panel and I got no regrets. I like to upgrade every 3 years so I'm hoping by that point the price of 4K gaming should come down quite a bit
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Would this be a good upgrade from a 1070ti?
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