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Gigabyte NVIDIA RTX 2060 SUPER GAMING OC 8GB $591.29 + Delivery ($0 w/eBay Plus) @ Futu Online eBay

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Seems like cheapest ever price. Not sure how much lower this will go during black friday, and this card also comes with free call of duty promo which ends on the 18th. Also a much better card than ventus with metal backplate and silent running.

thanks to @dealbot for the original deal. Original Coupon Deal

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    2060 super vs 1080?

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    MSY has this on special I think for 585 https://www.msy.com.au/huge-weekend-discounts

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      The MSY one is $595, and has two fans (it's a different model).

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        true that. :) Mind you I wouldn't buy a windforce ever again.

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          why is that?

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            @sujongwah: it (was) noisy af. I sold it and bought an Asus. But perhaps different models run differently shrugs.

            I'm thinking of upgrading to a 2070 super now though so keeping tabs on all movement of NV cards.

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              @equinoxxx: Next gen is 6 months out, no point buying late-gen for $40-$60 under MSRP.

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                @jasswolf: I'm looking at buying a 2080 super, is that you saying don't bother until 6mo from now? Only thing is my existing card might be dying… :(

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                  @kwchaz: Pretty much wait it out if you can, yeah. Launch points shouldn't climb, and performance could go close to doubling (way more for raytracing).

                  What are you sporting now, and what steps have you tried to stave off performance issues?

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                    @jasswolf: An R9 280x, and I'm about to do a whole PC refresh within the month so would have liked to do it all together. Ah well, worst is I just clean install Windows and all my crap, maybe I'll pick up a new SSD then and just let my poor current one eat the writes.

                    The issue is that my screens are for some reason not displaying, and it's an intermittent issue. It won't work on a known working screen, so I suspected something was wrong with the GPU. For now, it seems to be working fine now that I've reseated the GPU, but it is such an intermittent issue (that started in Winter, and it's not nearly as cold now) that I can't know for sure that everything is "fixed".

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                      @kwchaz: Ah, you're on the same sort of timeline as I was. If you can clock it back to stock to buy yourself some time, that's an option. Re-pasting is something to consider as well if temperatures have been creeping up.

                      Otherwise, a lesser option might be the GTX 1660 Super. It has all the bells and whistles of the full Turing architecture except raytracing, and it's a full 1080p 144Hz card. You should be able to salvage most of your costs in a few months and buy into next-gen. There should also be 1660 Ti cards on clearance as a result of the Super launch.

                      Keep an eye on the RX 5500 series as well for a little cheaper, though it'll be a slight step down, and missing the encoding quality of the Super card (at least presently).

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                        @jasswolf: I never modified it, and temps are currently sitting at 57C whilst pushing out 3x1080p monitors of normal use, and it was happening on cold boot… :(

                        Given your advice, I'll just wait it out - worst comes to worst I'll just use my laptop whilst waiting for my PC to be back in commission.

                        I'm quite keen to move to Nvidia, mostly for gsync and raytracing, which as far as the last time I read into this, AMD's offerings just weren't cutting the mustard.

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                          @kwchaz: I suggest selling the 280x and picking up a used RX 570 or 580 for around $100 to see you through. It's a considerable performance gain as well.

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                          @kwchaz: Keep in mind AMD's next-gen (or a mid-generation refresh of sorts) will be appearing around then as well, and like the next-gen consoles it will also support hardware raytracing.

                          I suspect NVIDIA will offer the better product, particularly above the mid-range, but it's still a consideration.

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                @jasswolf: but there is always an argument like that, wait for X. Bang for buck I think if I can get a deal around Cyber Monday Ill get a 2070 Super.

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        Idk about you guys but for me it still shows the non discounted price on the website for the gpu, although everything else on the page has been cut to the discounted price. MSY back at it again.

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