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Crucial MX500 M.2 SSD 1TB $140
Thanks to roguewolf for the Original Coupon Deal
Do I jump on this deal and cop the MX500, or do I wait until the inevitable price drop?
Am looking through Futu's prices, I would wait till Computer Alliance do another 20%
I just had a look at Computer Alliance's ebay and they're listing it for $177, which is $2 more than Futu base price. Isn't this deal cheaper then?
2060S or 5700XT for ~$15 more?
Benches seem fairly close…
Edit: or 5700 for ~$50 less?
I would hold off on buying a graphics card now - would be worth waiting a few weeks for the black Friday sales.
Also, nvidia are releasing additional super versions and AMD are soon to put out their 5500 range. These new additions to the already crowded low/mid-range gpu market will hopefully push down prices a little on the upper-mid range cards like the 2060s.
2080 Super Dooper
Sold in Australia only
Hi, I was looking at either an RTX 2070 Super, RTX 2060 Super, or AMD RX 5700 XT as I am still using 2 X GTX 680 4GB cards in SLI. I really do need an upgrade, but I also had Black Friday says in mind. Do you think for sure there will be better deals around then? I can definitely wait if you think it will be worth doing so.
What card would you choose for 1080p out of the ones I listed and what card would you choose for 1440p 144hz (I'm thinking of upgrading my Monitor too to one of the new LG gaming screens LG 27GL850 that is native Freesync and also G-Sync compatible).
@ 1080p you could get away with a 1660Ti no worries.
5700 / XT is better value but seems the drivers are janky AF and heaps of issues. I would personally get a RTX2060 Super for 1440p.
Hi, was that a reply to me? If so, thanks. Yeah, a few people mentioned that the RX 5700 XTs run hot and that there is also driver issues with stuttering. Is that what you heard?
Would an RTX 2060 Super be good enough for 1440p 144hz? I don't want to have to turn down too many settings.