No I'm fucking broke. They look nice though
I only ever used asus hardware and never switched as it was always reliable
I would be interested in a general manufacturer comparison
>who has the best reliability
>who has the best cost effectiveness long term (does it pay to spend more?)
something like this
I currently have a GTX 1070 so I'll probably upgrade to a 3070 or 3080 soon since I'm already struggling to ruin certain titles at 1080p and maintain a refresh rate above 60hz on high graphics.
What are its tech specs?
the lowest tier of this ampere thing beats the highest tier from the previous gen, and is way cheaper somehow i believe
Gonna sell my 1080 while studios still use it as a benchmark, and then buy the 3070. It would be nice to play Unreal games in 4k
I can't even remember my new one I'm still butthurt anyways
I don't need anything but a 10$ LGA775+c2duo+integrated shitgraphics to watch the same pressX-to-pay-respects movies as you do.
Well it's a good thing that nobody in here is talking about playing those types of games otherwise they would be fools for buying such a GPU.
AMD is, was, and always will be subpar.
Hardware isn't holding anyhting back. It's already much more powerful than necessary yet games are still shit, and they continue to get worse.
Rising requirements are an excuse. Games aren't getting any more sophisticated. The industry jews offer us the same shit over and over. It's only made more appealing with sloppily applied superficial graphics.
The only corporate greed that's holding anything back is the greed of developers who choose to mass produce easy to make games.
Hardware hasn't been an issue for a decade now because covering dumbed down shit with slightly more polygons and effects isn't going to make any game fundamentally better.
But amd always provides best price to performance.
There are tons of high quality new games which will push modern hardware. You just want to fit in.
Can someone translate this please? I don't speak nerd.
Why are you even in this thread then?
I might buy a new gen console.
Then this is the wrong thread for you.
Makes me wonder how much cheaper they would be if NVidia has an actual competitor. Nvidia is basically a monopoly, like Intel was.
I remember how Intel's top i9 9th gen XE series processor was 2k$ but after the new threadrippers were released - the i9 10th gen XE series is now 999$
>>51191>Nvidia is basically a monopoly
Except it isn't in any way shape or form even remotely a monopoly.
And no their situation in the market isn't similar to when Intel was the only game in town when it came to consumer level CPUs.
This changes nothing. 90% of the world are (poor) content with fullhd 60fps and less.
That isn't a rational argument.
Most of the world can't afford gaming pc at all, is Asian, and if they game at all probably mainly play on mobile games.
It's like you never heard of Argumentum ad populum
what if i meant 90% of the world's PC gamers?
I will probably (hopefully) get it and put a waterblock on it right away.
But will leave the 2080 ti with air cooler in a second PCI-E slot
So I would do gaming on "ampere" one and use for whatever the second "turing" one
Yeah, just broke one of the wheels on my chair, I will probably get it and tuck there so i can seat properly.
>>51185>since 2006 consoles have been struggling running 1080p at 60fps for ages