RTX 2070 with factory OC, use PHONO for 20% off
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Is it worth getting this 2070 over any other 2070?
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.
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?
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.
go for asus strix, bit expensive but worth it!
How so? It's not much faster then the other in the 2070 range and a lot more expensive.
The feeling of ROG
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….
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.
I bought 2080 for $949 and there has been at least one other cheaper deal which I think was $929
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.
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?
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.
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.
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