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What's the most interesting mid-range card for you?

What's the most interesting mid-range card for you?

  • RTX 2060

    Votes: 4,781 35.2%
  • GTX 1660 Ti

    Votes: 3,230 23.8%
  • GTX 1660

    Votes: 1,031 7.6%
  • RX 590

    Votes: 1,401 10.3%
  • RX 580

    Votes: 1,934 14.2%
  • RX 570

    Votes: 1,199 8.8%

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With Summer on the horizon, many of you are looking to spend roughly-$300 on a graphics card upgrade. NVIDIA's additions of the RTX 2060, GTX 1660 Ti, and GTX 1660 have changed this landscape, forcing AMD to drop prices of its RX 570 and RX 580 to historic lows. Which of these cards excites you the most?
 
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It's going to be a tight fight between the 1660 Ti and the 2060, I figure.
Then again, the RX 580 could become so cheap, it's a no brainer for 1080p...imagine if down the line, a 16GB GDDR5 version is launched :wtf:
 
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If the 1650 was out it would be it, right now it's the RX570, due to price.
 
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GTX 1660 for me, stellar 1080p full detail gaming. future proof feature set and really good price. I love mine. 2060 just feels to expensive in all honesty. -shrug-

RX 570 for £150 here is still the best bang for buck but it's ooooooold lol
 
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Yeah, I'm going to have to repeat myself: besides the number in the RTX 2060's name, there is nothing mid-range about that card. It's a direct replacement to GTX 1070(Ti?) judging by price, performance and power draw.

Edit: Almost forgot. At the same time it's rather weird to call RTX 2060 a high-end card while there are 3 SKUs slotted above it.
 
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My favorite card will be the one that allows Crysis to be played at ultra-uber-max settings 24/7 with 22.49B FPS at 28 degrees C with no fans running and a single 4 pin connector drawing 1.2 watts of juice :laugh: :eek: :respect:
 
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Voted 2060 without a doubt ; )
 
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rx570, good performer for the price, i do own one and playing games i carnt see a lot of differnce from my 580 may be 10fps.
 
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Gtx 1660ti is 260€ now in some European stores. For that price it is a no brainer and lets not forget its overclock potential, wich puts it almost on par with a gtx 1080.

Also low power consumption, low noise, great temps, small card. By far the best buy imo.
 
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Can't say that a $380 card is mid-range. That belongs to the $275-$300 bracket.
 
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Can't say that a $380 card is mid-range. That belongs to the $275-$300 bracket.
not when the top is $1200.. $380 is decidedly mid range..

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Why no "None of them" choice?
I never pay attention to all of them until any 1-slot graphic card product to be announced.
 
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nVidia love sheep like you. :)

BAA :)

but my idea of mid range is based on what things currently not what i think they should.. he he

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If RTX 2080 Ti @ ~$1200-$1700 = High-range

Then Radeon VII @ $699 = Mid-range

So Radeon VII it is then(especially since they're back in stock and readily available). Definitely not gonna settle for any of this low-range crap.
Funny how you overlooked rtx 2080=699$ and also rtx 2080 is overall much better performer and packs latest features that are not present in Radeon 7. AMD sheep much??
 
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as GTX 1060 owner, if nvidia willing to knock few bucks off RTX 2060, it looks perfect mid-range card to me
 
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isn't this obvious? the RTX2060 coming in at $349 for the Founders Edition & some aftermarket models that is based on the non-FE of the GPU (e.g Zotac's RTX2060 Twin Fan) is way more worthy than the most expensive aftermarket GTX 1660Ti, which comes in at $330 that only gives the buyer "premium" features like powder-coated I/O shield, triple-fan design, RGB lights etc.
 
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isn't this obvious? the RTX2060 coming in at $349 for the Founders Edition & some aftermarket models that is based on the non-FE of the GPU (e.g Zotac's RTX2060 Twin Fan) is way more worthy than the most expensive aftermarket GTX 1660Ti, which comes in at $330 that only gives the buyer "premium" features like powder-coated I/O shield, triple-fan design, RGB lights etc.
Why would you compare the cheapest of one tier to the most expensive of the tier below?
That's not a fair or relevant comparison no matter how you look at it.
 
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fine... the base 1660Ti ($280) is still not worth when the 2060 obliterates the entire GTX16 Series & AMD's RX5xx series graphics card in non ray-tracing benchmark.
 
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fine... the base 1660Ti ($280) is still not worth when the 2060 obliterates the entire GTX16 Series & AMD's RX5xx series graphics card in non ray-tracing benchmark.
If money's no object, then yes. But the 2060 is 25% more expensive than the 1660Ti. They're both good value for the money imho.
 

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As a lifelong “Red Team” member I’d still go for a 2060.
 
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2060, but a shame that a 'mid-range' card is priced so high, imo
 
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@bug both are good in value. Just that saving up $70 isn't gonna do justice when one can hold out a little more & opt for the 2060. Sure $70 can buy you anything but skipping out that $70 will make anyone disappointed thanks to "poor decision-making". As someone who owns the 2060, cranking up the settings close to maxed out is nice once in a while without worrying about fps drops, whether at 1080p or 1440p.
 
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