- Jun 27, 2019
- 1,245 (0.95/day)
- Mid EU
|System Name||I don't name my systems.|
|Processor||i3-12100F 'power limit removed'|
|Motherboard||ASUS PRIME B660-PLUS D4|
|Cooling||ID-Cooling SE 224 XT ARGB V3 'CPU', 4x Be Quiet! Light Wings + 2x Arctic P12 black case fans.|
|Memory||2x8GB G.SKILL Ripjaws V DDR4 3200MHz|
|Video Card(s)||Asus TuF V2 RTX 3060 Ti @1905 MHz Core/950mV Undervolt|
|Storage||3 TB Toshiba P300, 1 TB WD Blue, 1 TB Kingston A2000 NVMe, 256 GB Adata Spectrix s40g NVMe|
|Display(s)||29" 2560x1080 75 Hz / LG 29WK600-W|
|Case||Be quiet! Pure Base 500 FX Black|
|Audio Device(s)||Onboard + Hama uRage SoundZ 700|
|Power Supply||Seasonic CORE GM 500W 80+ Gold|
|Mouse||Canyon Puncher GM-20|
|Keyboard||SPC Gear GK630K Tournament 'Kailh Brown'|
|Software||Windows 10 Pro|
400$ is budget now ?
I'm wondering the same.
Always been a budget user myself, my most expensive brand new card I ever bought was a 200$+ Gigabyte Xtreme GTX 950 when it was new 'it was cheaper than the crappiest single fan 960'.
My current RX 570 was around 180$ in 2018 September from the second hand market but it still had 2 and half years warrantly left so fairly new.
400$ is far from a budget card especially when your country has 27% tax on everything and you don't exactly make that much money either.
Brand new RTX 2060 still goes for 400+$ 'non trash models' in my country so this will be way more than that.
I already gave up on these new cards and the retailers,I will just grab something from the second hand market in 2 months or so and be done with it.
Even from there I will have to pay like 330$ for a 5600 XT or anything in that performance range.