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Leave some lines to the new GTX 1080 and 1070 :DD
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idk with the way the market is going the amd are going to be exactly the same but you buy the gpu depending on the game you want to play since graphics partnership makes fps much higher on one end and not the other
 

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I heard its better than the GTX Titan and at a cheaper price too :) i mean titan costs like nearly a 1000$ and the 1080 costs 600$ i think so i would say for the performance its rather cheap :) Also it runs on the newest architecture "The Pascal" so its worth every buck :D If you're on fermi/kepler its worth the upgrade but if you're on maxwell then you can stay :)
 
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Even though I can afford it, there's no freaking way that I'm spending more than €60,- on a freaking graphics card :D
I'd rather save up my money and build up some capital so that I'm getting better chances of getting a higher loan/mortgage so that I can buy myself a nice house in the future :) or any other more important spendings in life.
 

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Even though I can afford it, there's no freaking way that I'm spending more than €60,- on a freaking graphics card :D
I'd rather save up my money and build up some capital so that I'm getting better chances of getting a higher loan/mortgage so that I can buy myself a nice house in the future :) or any other more important spendings in life.
Wise choice :)
 
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Even though I can afford it, there's no freaking way that I'm spending more than €60,- on a freaking graphics card :D
I'd rather save up my money and build up some capital so that I'm getting better chances of getting a higher loan/mortgage so that I can buy myself a nice house in the future :) or any other more important spendings in life.
Agreed :) These are just secondary things :) Once we've completed getting what our life needs for our future maybe we can go for the "Secondarys" :D
 
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Idk, do we really need GPUs like this for 1080p? I mean its cool and all, but i just have regular 1080p monitors with 60Hz refresh rate. When my FPS is over 120FPS i get the screen tearing thingy, where it just looks weird in dark scenes. Think you need to pair this with a nice 144Hz monitor and 4K resolution or something to make benefit :D But for us mortals i think GTX 970 or Radeon R9 390 is plenty good xD Or even older models like R9 290x is dirt cheap now, and it's a beast for 1080p, maybe even higher resolution.
 
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Idk, do we really need GPUs like this for 1080p? I mean its cool and all, but i just have regular 1080p monitors with 60Hz refresh rate. When my FPS is over 120FPS i get the screen tearing thingy, where it just looks weird in dark scenes. Think you need to pair this with a nice 144Hz monitor and 4K resolution or something to make benefit :D But for us mortals i think GTX 970 or Radeon R9 390 is plenty good xD Or even older models like R9 290x is dirt cheap now, and it's a beast for 1080p, maybe even higher resolution.
yeah like i said, if you're on Maxwell architecture, you can remain on that as gtx 970,980 etc are on par and can hold on till for a few years. but if you're on kepler, like 760,770,or 780(not the 780ti as it can serve for a few years to IMO) maybe a change is needed and not to talk about Fermi, those sh*t are out of date :p :D
 
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yeah like i said, if you're on Maxwell architecture, you can remain on that as gtx 970,980 etc are on par and can hold on till for a few years. but if you're on kepler, like 760,770,or 780(not the 780ti as it can serve for a few years to IMO) maybe a change is needed and not to talk about Fermi, those sh*t are out of date :p :D
I'd still go with GTX 750 ti
 

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That's a mid range gpu for playing "latest gen" games with low - med graphics at 45-60fps :D

Bruh, with a GTX 750 Ti, you can easily run games such as GTA5 on medium/high settings.

I mean, I am playing GTA5 on low-settings with my Radeon HD 8670M :p with occasional lag though ^^
 
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