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Best Gpu for 1080p@75hz?

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Hi all, i hope you guys can help me out here. I'm looking for a gpu that can hold up at ultra settings at 1080p 75hz for the first 2 years and maybe med to high settings for the consecutive years. I'm not looking to replace my gpu for about 5 years. My psu is cx550m so omit the psu part because i might upgrade soon. Cpu is ryzen 5 2600. Again, omit everything and just focus on the gpu. I dont want to spend like 500 dollars on a rtx 2070 super but not utilize it completely but i also dont want to spend 300 dollars on a rtx 2060 because i dont think it will hold out in the coming years. Rtx 2070 isnt available for purchase in my region anymore for reason. So now i'm left with the rtx 2060 super but with the price point of just 50 dollars less than the 2070 super, i might as well get the 2070 super lol. For now, let's focus on turing gpus. So what are your thoughts?
 
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Probably the RX 480 or GTX 1060. If you want to go new, probably the GTX 1650.
 
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Your best bet is to wait for a ampere gpu in the 2-300 range but just going by current Turing gpus a 1660 super would be the budget option.... I would lean towards an rtx gpu just for the dlss 2.0 support so a 2060-2070 super makes the most sense but the 3070 is gonna kill the 2070 super so unless you're getting one for less than 300 I'd pass.
 
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1660 super or 2060 super.
 
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Probably the RX 480 or GTX 1060. If you want to go new, probably the GTX 1650.
That cant be right lol. The gtx 1650 is even weaker than the rx 580. There's like no way it can run games on ultra settings at 60fps let alone 75

Your best bet is to wait for a ampere gpu in the 2-300 range but just going by current Turing gpus a 1660 super would be the budget option.... I would lean towards an rtx gpu just for the dlss 2.0 support so a 2060-2070 super makes the most sense but the 3070 is gonna kill the 2070 super so unless you're getting one for less than 300 I'd pass.
I think a decent 3070 with good cooling is going to cost around 600 usd here and cooling matters a lot because i dont have air conditioning and ambient temps is like 35C while a good 2070 super goes for 450usd here. However the msi gaming x rtx 2060 super is going for 360usd here. Do you think the rtx 2060 super is going to be futureproof? If not then my best bet is wait for 3060

1660 super or 2060 super.
Having a gtx 980 ti now, i would pass on the 1660 super but the 2060 super seems okay. Do you think it's futureproof?
 
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That cant be right lol. The gtx 1650 is even weaker than the rx 580. There's like no way it can run games on ultra settings at 60fps let alone 75


I think a decent 3070 with good cooling is going to cost around 600 usd here and cooling matters a lot because i dont have air conditioning and ambient temps is like 35C while a good 2070 super goes for 450usd here. However the msi gaming x rtx 2060 super is going for 360usd here. Do you think the rtx 2060 super is going to be futureproof? If not then my best bet is wait for 3060


Having a gtx 980 ti now, i would pass on the 1660 super but the 2060 super seems okay. Do you think it's futureproof?
If you have a 980ti now, don't even upgrade. Just sit it out or get something Pascal-ey second hand. A 1070 is already matching your current card so you'd need a 1080. 2060S is another option but its really the same performance level, yet a recent card so will probably be more pricy. All you get for that is DLSS, realistically, and you can peek at some RT.

You're looking at a mere 25-30% performance which IMO is not worth spending on.

But really... just wait a month, check out reviews for the 3070 and jump on it because that is a noteworthy jump for you in every single way. I'm doing the same thing, currently using a 1080 - already looking at a 50%+ perf boost, big feature set update, equal VRAM. For you the boost is 75%+ and similar. Even if you'd spend what, 200-250 on a 2060S you'll get linear performance from spending double, so thats certainly worthwhile.
 
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I dont want to spend like 500 dollars on a rtx 2070 super but not utilize it completely but i also dont want to spend 300 dollars on a rtx 2060 because i dont think it will hold out in the coming years. Rtx 2070 isnt available for purchase in my region anymore for reason.
1080p 75hz doesn't take much these days. You are trying to buy something exactly when both AMD and Nvidia are releasing new GPUs, wait it out a couple of months because both of them are going to have offerings available below 500$. Seriously, it's a really bad time to buy something like a 2060 Super.
 

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With a 980 Ti I'd explore getting a better display before upgrading GPU further.
 
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If you have a 980ti now, don't even upgrade. Just sit it out or get something Pascal-ey second hand. A 1070 is already matching your current card so you'd need a 1080. 2060S is another option but its really the same performance level, yet a recent card so will probably be more pricy. All you get for that is DLSS, realistically, and you can peek at some RT.

You're looking at a mere 25-30% performance which IMO is not worth spending on.

But really... just wait a month, check out reviews for the 3070 and jump on it because that is a noteworthy jump for you in every single way. I'm doing the same thing, currently using a 1080 - already looking at a 50%+ perf boost, big feature set update, equal VRAM. For you the boost is 75%+ and similar. Even if you'd spend what, 200-250 on a 2060S you'll get linear performance from spending double, so thats certainly worthwhile.
Yeah but the rtx 3070 is calculated to be around 605usd in my country and that's like the cheap brands like msi ventus or gigabyte windforce twin fans with poor cooling designs. For the ones with better cooling like evga, it's gonna cost 650usd or even up to 700usd.
 
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5600xt or 2060
 
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5600xt or 2060
Again, i dont feel like spending on the 2060 now is a good buy because it only has 6gb vram. Games like horizon zero dawn and ghost recon breakpoint (granted they're poorly optimized) is already maxing it out.
 
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2hand 1080 would run what you need or just wait to see what AMD have for us.
 
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Then 2060s or 5700 or 2070 though you've mentioned this in your op so you know your budget and what's available to you not sure why you need the thread in the first place really either but 2070 or wait it out
 
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Yeah but the rtx 3070 is calculated to be around 605usd in my country and that's like the cheap brands like msi ventus or gigabyte windforce twin fans with poor cooling designs. For the ones with better cooling like evga, it's gonna cost 650usd or even up to 700usd.
But isn't the resale value also higher then? Surely a 980ti can still command some cash
 
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Then 2060s or 5700 or 2070 though you've mentioned this in your op so you know your budget and what's available to you not sure why you need the thread in the first place really either but 2070 or wait it out
Agreed. 2070 Super would probably be the go to BUT those new Ampere cards are about to surface. Id wait too to see what else is available and again IMO the 1080p factor is also limiting.
 
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Again, i dont feel like spending on the 2060 now is a good buy because it only has 6gb vram. Games like horizon zero dawn and ghost recon breakpoint (granted they're poorly optimized) is already maxing it out.
Spending on anything right now is a bad idea anyway. Prices are still up because of the pandemic, and the new generation isn't out yet.
Wait till spring and buy a 3060 or a 6600. You should be fine for 5 years. If you think you might move up to 1440p, go to the 70 class card. But wait till spring, the market is weird now.
 

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I think waiting just a bit longer for the RTX3060 would be what I'd do, or the RTX3070.

Then you need to buy the absolute fastest GPU that currently exists, because that's the only thing that will last for half a decade, which is eons in PC hardware terms.
That's not true. I still play most of the time on a GTX1050, and we're going on 4 years since it was released.
 

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Then you need to buy the absolute fastest GPU that currently exists, because that's the only thing that will last for half a decade, which is eons in PC hardware terms.
Partially right but OP did specify that as the years go by, the fidelity setting will go down as long as it stays within around 1080p @75Hz. Even my current GTX 780 Ti is still good for my 1024x768 @60Hz monitor. GPU can just focus on fidelity now.

@poorsod Best to wait it out for 3060 or just stick with your current GPU for a year or 2 then get a 3070. It is still good for your requested requirement until then.
 
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1080p 75Hz is the realm of the 1660 family:


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Notable mention on a budget (and with 8GB VRAM) is the rather old RX580 8GB which can be had for as little as $160. The 1660 Super at about $240 is not 50% quicker for 50% more money, and its 4GB will prevent you from using the Ultra/Higest settings in some games already.

I'd be tempted to avoid the RTX 2000-series because they've been overpriced for their entire existence, their RTX performance is just all-around inadequate (2060 6GB and 2070S user here) and they're massively obsolete in about 2 months. Maybe pick up a 2060S 8GB if/when they drop to about $300....
 
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Buy a new 5500XT, 1660 Super or whatever the 3070 or AMD 6700 cost. They may be overkill for 1080P today but Games will become more demanding as time goes on. As a practice though if you want that longevity it is best to by the best price/performance card your money can buy as it stands that is the 580 (In Canada) but that card is from 2017.
 
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That's not true. I still play most of the time on a GTX1050, and we're going on 4 years since it was released.
Are you playing on Ultra at 1080p@75Hz as OP requires?

Partially right but OP did specify that as the years go by, the fidelity setting will go down as long as it stays within around 1080p @75Hz.
And what about new games?

Even my current GTX 780 Ti is still good for my 1024x768 @60Hz monitor.
A potato would be good enough for that low res/refresh. No point in comparing something that low to OP's requirement.
 
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a used RTX 2070/super will be future proof for FHD/QHD and you get to take advantage of all the new nvidia programs available for RTX only owners (Broadcast, 1 click overclock...)
 
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