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Discussion in 'Battlestations' started by Darthstorm, Sep 8, 2019.
You can also post what cpu you use!
Currently using a EVGA Nvidia GTX 1060, with a Intel 7700 CPU. Was going to upgrade to a 1070 Ti last november since I had a good deal lined up, however that never went though after.
Pretty glad it never worked out now, since you can get a 2060 Super for around the same price now, which is a little bit better and also has RTX support.
2x 1080 TI FE, OC'd to about 2k
Everything is water cooled.
I'll upgrade once 2080TI successor and 7nm Intel comes out.
Xc 2080 on my corev2, 1070maxq on Blade 15 2018 i78750H, intel hd620 on stealth 2017 i7 8550U, gt640LE on my Razer Edge Tablet i5 3317U, intel HD4000 on MacBook Pro 2012, tegra x1 on Nintendo Switch.
I have a HP SFF PC
GPU: MSI Geforce GTX 1050 Ti OC LP
CPU: Intel i7 3770K
GPU: EVGA 1060 6 GB
CPU: Intel i7 3770K
I think it's time for an upgrade soon.
I'm currently using an AORUS 2060 super in my latest build. Went for a mATX build. Seems to be holding up pretty well, no issues even with VR.
EVGA gtx 1070Ti, need to upgrade for ray tracing..
come on ... you forgot to list you cellphone's GPU
GIGABYTE Radeon RX 580 GAMING-8GD 8GB
Intel i5 3317U and Galax GTX 1060 OC 3GB
INNO3D GTX 1660 Super on the PC
GTX 1050TI on the laptop.
On my Blade Stealth 13 MX150 without Razer Core.
My Desktop PC i7 8th Gen. RTX 2060. 32GB RAM.
Zotac 1060 3GB mini. I will be upgrading my PC within the next year, should i stick to Nvidea or make the jump to AMD? If i stick with Nvidea, i will probably go with a 1660 super. or TI. Damn i have no idea what Nvidea is doing with their naming system nowadays.
You're about to hear the most nonsense rig:
i5-4460 (not K, on a z97 motherboard), 16gb ram, 2x Nvidia gtx titan
I'd go for AMD if you want price per performance ratio.
NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1060 3GB
My next upgrade is going to be a CPU
i7-8700k with ASUS Geforce GTX1060 6GB Dual OC
Thinking about upgrading to GTX1660 or RTX2060. I'm not sure yet
Currently using my now 4 year old GTX 970 and i have no intention of upgrading any time soon unless it actually dies on me as it has served me well so far
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