expired MSI Nvidia RTX 2070 ARMOR OC 8GB $655.20 Delivered @ Futu Online eBay

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    Is it worth getting this 2070 over any other 2070?

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      I went with the MSI gaming version instead. Gaming one is little more expensive but benchmarks for noise showed it was quiet card compared the the rest. Thermals were good too.

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        If you mean the "Gaming Z" I agree. It's $695 on Futu ebay for the Gaming Z 2070, do you think this is good price?

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          Thats the one. Yeah great price, thats a bit less than I got mine for, think it was $700 last 20% sale for me. Sold my old 1070 for $400, happy days.

          $950 last month, about time these cards were somewhat saneish prices.

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    go for asus strix, bit expensive but worth it!

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    i wanna buy this…..but i still cant find reviews that aren't littered with card failures and artifacts. or comments saying save your $$ and buy the 2080 instead…..

    these are confusing times in GPU buying land……and my gtx 770 needs to go to pasture….

    • +3 votes

      The 2070 is fine, and probably the peak of the 'value to FPS' balance at this point. For $650-$700 you're getting GTX 1080 levels of performance which is OK. You'll spank the crap out of games at 1080p, and be pretty damn comfortable at 1440p also.

      A 2080 is going to cost you another $350-400 and you'll get around 30% more performance. That's also nice, but it comes at a 40-50% price premium. So yeah if you need the extra grunt it can be justified, but the 2070 is a far better 'value' than the 2080 at this stage. That said, if you can find a cheap 1080Ti used (I did many months ago for around $750), you'd get 2080 performance out of that, just without the ray tracing gubbins.

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        $350-400

        I bought 2080 for $949 and there has been at least one other cheaper deal which I think was $929

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      I think if you spend another $50 on the MSI Gaming Z, which is $695 from same seller, then you will not have any issues. The Gaming Z is built like a tank. IMHO Gigabyte equivalent is also good. Comes down to brand preference. In my experience Gigabyte has been reliable.

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    Looking for some advice, If I want to be able to play AAA games like assassin's creed at 1440p ~100 fps while also doing some occasional 4K editing, would the 2070 be a suitable gpu upgrade from my 1060?

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      2070 is roughly the same as a 1080.
      Its a significant jump from a 1060

      Personally I would wait for the next generation though, I don't think the experience with a 1060 will be that bad.

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    2070 on the brain. Last night I dreamed I took 2 from a shops display table and sneaked out, got home and installed but couldnt get them to run in SLI. Do want a new setup but my 1060 is enough for my needs.