expired INNO3D GeForce RTX 2060 or Mini ITX $519.20 Delivered @ Shallothead eBay

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Great price. I have not seen it cheaper locally or overseas.

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    500$ for a used gtx 1080 with 8gb or a new 2060 with 6gb hmmm

    • -2 votes

      For me…the choose is obvious.

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        For us dummies that have no idea about this stuff but want to play cool games that look great, what is your choice? :) (I have a 4GB gtx690 now, I presume bigger numbers is better?)

        • +2 votes

          In my opinion, a used 1080 can be as old as 3 years now and after about 4-5 years I expect them to die at a moments notice. There will maybe 30 days warranty on the used card if that where as the new card will likely have at least 2 years.

          The RTX 2060 has an NVENC encoder chip on it which you can use to stream without a huge hit to your pc's performance if thats your thing

          The RTX 2060 has faster memory GDDR6 opposed to 5X. This really only makes it use about 200-300MB less memory so its not huge but something.

          the RTX 2060 has DLSS which means it will play higher resolutions better than the 1080 at a small visual quality hit. This requires implementation by the game developer. Support right now is only 2 games but will probably expand to at least a couple dozen over the next few years.

          the RTX 2060 will be the focus of future drivers instead of the 1080.

          the RTX 2060 will consume 50% less power, The GTX 1080 being able to consume up to 310W while the RTX 2060 goes to 165W. For 20h /wk of gaming this is 140kwh / yr which will be between $42-60 a year in electricity bills depending on where you live.

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            @neferseki:

            The RTX 2060 has faster memory GDDR6 opposed to 5X. This really only makes it use about 200-300MB less memory so its not huge but something.

            wut

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            @neferseki: the RTX 2060 has DLSS which means it will play higher resolutions better than the 1080 at a small visual quality hit. This requires implementation by the game developer. Support right now is only 2 games but will probably expand to at least a couple dozen over the next few years.

            If you use ray tracing. DLSS has no benefit over previous methods (based on what we've seen, it's worse).

            But yeah, 2060 over 1080. The 2060 is slightly worse performance wise, but new beats old.

      • -1 vote

        I was negatived for that comment lol

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      I bought my 1080 for $550 new, cant believe the GPU pricing the last 12 months.

    • +2 votes

      It's not all about VRAM.

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        sure it is.
        Take the example of 4gb amd RTX470/480, they do terribly in some games in comparison to the 8gb versions. Also the Nvidia GTX1060 3gb also does terribly in some games in comparision to 6gb version. HOWEVER when the cards were released there was no or the tiniest speed difference. So we learn that vram does matter, and over time more ram is required or the card slows down

        • +2 votes

          sure it is.

          Sure it isn't.

          It's important, but not the be all and end all. A 6GB card is the minimum I would personally use for modern gaming, but 8GB isn't that much more.

          • +1 vote

            @Lorindor: Eh, we've seen how big a difference half a gig can make with cards.

            Won't really matter till 1440p becomes the norm though.

            It doesn't mean I'm happy Nvidia cut 2gb off…but it's tolerable.

            As for the other examples, I believe the cards also lost other things that actually effected performance. Generally the VRAM just helps with 1% lows.

  • +2 votes

    Be warned, DLSS sucks hard.

  • +5 votes

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    This is a pretty good price right now, but imminent release of gtx 1660 ti and also gtx 1660 clouds things up some. A low $400’s 1660 ti may be a better value proposition. But it is tempting to jump on this 2060 at this price.

    • +1 vote

      1660ti is gtx1070 performance, while this card is 1070ti/1080 performance. So depends on what you want to do. This card could do 1440p, but the 1660ti is a 1080p card (to play the most taxing modern games)

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        I feel like paying the same in 2019 as someone paid in 2017 for identical performance isn't a great deal. The 1660 actually stacks up, and is by far the best value card.

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