Need help PLS Gaming at 1440p and Prices Dropping Which GPU to BUY ?


firas465

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Hi Guys

Ok My Original Plan WAS TO WAIT UNTIL CHRISTMAS AND GET A gpu
BUT PRIZES ARE DROPPING SO GOOD i CANT HOLD MY SELF :)
I was Originally going for an AMD 6800 or 6900
but now I see on youtube that the RTX has this DLSS and ray tracing
so I need help


Resolution 2560 x 1440 x 75 hertz I play all my games on this settings

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Dont worry about the prices / I dont know why google is acting funny this morning

all night i was staring at different prices but anyway you get the idea
the important is which one to pick for my monitor and my gaming style

many thanks
 

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Hi Guys

Ok My Original Plan WAS TO WAIT UNTIL CHRISTMAS AND GET A gpu
BUT PRIZES ARE DROPPING SO GOOD i CANT HOLD MY SELF :)

I was Originally going for an AMD 6800 or 6900
but now I see on youtube that the RTX has this DLSS and ray tracing
so I need help


Resolution 2560 x 1440 x 75 hertz I play all my games on this settings

one

two

Dont worry about the prices / I dont know why google is acting funny this morning

all night i was staring at different prices but anyway you get the idea
the important is which one to pick for my monitor and my gaming style

many thanks
Wait just few days more, new generation coming from Nvidia (4000) and AMD (7000) with probable price corrections for previous gen.

 

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If you went with an RX 6900 XT, your 750W PSU may be a little marginal. The card consumes over 300W peak.

If it's a good 750W supply (preferably with a single 12V rail), I think you'd be fine.

The AMD cards are probably a better deal than the nVidia ones, if you can live without the hardware raytracing virtues of the nVidia RTX cards.

It has just leaked that eVGA is getting out of the graphics card business. I wonder how that will affect the prices of their existing models, which may be available for many months?

Too bad eVGA is out of stock on most RTX 3090 ti models. $1100US is a real steal. Of course, you need space for a 3.5 slot card, plus a new 1000W+ PSU. ;-)

Later: it looks like many of the eVGA cards are now out of stock at their web site. I wonder whether any will ever come back into stock? Sad.
 
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It has just leaked that eVGA is getting out of the graphics card business. I wonder how that will affect the prices of their
Nooooo! eVGA has been my go-to GPU manufacturer since I been building my own computers. Hopefully my 3050 lasts a long time...
 

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