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I expect prices for the 2060 Super, 2070, and 2070 Super to fall very soon thanks to 30xx series coming out later this year

But the 2060 KO is still a good choice for 1080p applications

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The ko ultra is 310 at best buy with no rebate necessary! This or the Radeon RX 5600 XT 🤔🤔
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How does the cooling of this card compare to the EVGA 2060 KO non Ultra noise normalized? Also this is 2060 OG not the TU104-150 on the KO correct? Thanks in advance!
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The ko ultra is 310 at best buy with no rebate necessary! This or the Radeon RX 5600 XT 🤔🤔
if i had to choose, i would personally save up a little more for a 5700 (non-xt) - microcenter has one for $330. that's purely for gaming, though. if i wanted ray tracing or needed the nvenc encoder, that would be a different story.
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The ko ultra is 310 at best buy with no rebate necessary! This or the Radeon RX 5600 XT 🤔🤔
I just spent a couple of hours researching this Smilie Sounds like if you don't care about RTX bonus features 5600XT such as the Sapphire is a better buy and in stock.
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I expect prices for the 2060 Super, 2070, and 2070 Super to fall very soon thanks to 30xx series coming out later this year

But the 2060 KO is still a good choice for 1080p applications
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I expect prices for the 2060 Super, 2070, and 2070 Super to fall very soon thanks to 30xx series coming out later this year

But the 2060 KO is still a good choice for 1080p applications
Not with the continuation of covid. Sale seem to be fine at MSRP. They could very well just announce 3000 series and not release it until later to fully capitalize on 2000 sales
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I have never gamed on a pc, but am building a pc. I got a 1070 tri a while back (haven't opened yet). I can't decide how important a 2070 is? I had read that the 2xxx ones are much better for 4k gaming, for instance. I assume 4k video playback and editing would not be a problem either way, and only pc gaming is better on 2070? If I did want to 4k game, would it be horrible on 1070 ti and make me regret keeping it?
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I have never gamed on a pc, but am building a pc. I got a 1070 tri a while back (haven't opened yet). I can't decide how important a 2070 is? I had read that the 2xxx ones are much better for 4k gaming, for instance. I assume 4k video playback and editing would not be a problem either way, and only pc gaming is better on 2070? If I did want to 4k game, would it be horrible on 1070 ti and make me regret keeping it?
If you're trying to reach sustained 60fps, most games won't be achievable with a 1070ti
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if i had to choose, i would personally save up a little more for a 5700 (non-xt) - microcenter has one for $330. that's purely for gaming, though. if i wanted ray tracing or needed the nvenc encoder, that would be a different story.
I saw the 330 PowerColor non Red Dragon card but couldn't find any review about it.
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I have never gamed on a pc, but am building a pc. I got a 1070 tri a while back (haven't opened yet). I can't decide how important a 2070 is? I had read that the 2xxx ones are much better for 4k gaming, for instance. I assume 4k video playback and editing would not be a problem either way, and only pc gaming is better on 2070? If I did want to 4k game, would it be horrible on 1070 ti and make me regret keeping it?
honestly even the 20xx cards are just starting to enter acceptable framerates at 4k for AAA titles for the more reasonably priced cards (in high-ultra settings, otherwise what's the point). the 2080 ti is just unnecessarily expensive due to having no competition. i own a 2070 super, and it's great for 1440p gaming at high framerates. i know that it also can handle 4k gaming at around 60 fps, but i'd much rather sacrifice some pixels for a much smoother experience (using a 144hz monitor).

the 1070ti may handle some 4k gaming for older titles, but i wouldn't count on it for newer (and future) AAA titles. if gaming is a priority and you're stuck with the 1070ti, i would personally recommend sticking with 1440p gaming if you're concerned about fps.

edit - i wanted to add that if you really wanted a 4k monitor for video playback, you can just play games at a lower resolution. while there will be some interpolation due to playing at a non-native resolution, if you were dead set on a 4k screen, you don't necessarily have to play games at 4k for now and upgrade down the road.
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The ko ultra is 310 at best buy with no rebate necessary! This or the Radeon RX 5600 XT 🤔🤔
I saw that too, but I needed the 3X DisplayPort on this one.
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Can this be paired with i5 4570?
I have 770 gtx currently.
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How good is this compared to a 1660 Super or a RX 5700?
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