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    Fragluton wrote:
    Hmm that is an interesting one. Sandbagging their own products until competition heats up. Good for those with the cards, but a shitty move IMO to sandbag the cards to start with.
    It's worked at least, keeps its competitive with the 2060 with a 10% performance boost


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    1080P tests still? Really?

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    What's a decent upgrade over a 980ti at a not stupid price?

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    nzbleach wrote:
    1080P tests still? Really?
    mass market is still at 1080p not 1440
    1440p and 4k are the 10% and 1%

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    Mass market isn't buying these cards.

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    ludez wrote:
    What's a decent upgrade over a 980ti at a not stupid price?
    2080 super I think. 2080 ti price is just too silly. I'm in the same boat and waiting for next gen Nvidia - probably the 3080.

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    nzbleach wrote:
    Mass market isn't buying these cards.
    As far as gaming goes they are. This is the most popular tier of cards according to Steam hardware surveys (https://store.steampowered.com/hwsurvey/videocard/), and 1080p is the overwhelmingly most popular resolution (69%).

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    Caffeine wrote:
    2080 super I think. 2080 ti price is just too silly. I'm in the same boat and waiting for next gen Nvidia - probably the 3080.
    The 2080 is probably under "stupid" pricing for Ludez - if it costs more than a console, then it's expensive.
    Probably waiting is a good idea - look for a rtx3060/rx6700 as a cheap 980ti upgrade

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    SirGrim wrote:
    The 2080 is probably under "stupid" pricing for Ludez - if it costs more than a console, then it's expensive.
    Probably waiting is a good idea - look for a rtx3060/rx6700 as a cheap 980ti upgrade
    You're not wrong. Yeah might hold out awhile i did look at 2080s but just didnt seem like money well spent when i only play a few games

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    980ti still what, GTX 1070 level? I'd hang on to it.

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    ludez wrote:
    You're not wrong. Yeah might hold out awhile i did look at 2080s but just didnt seem like money well spent when i only play a few games
    just wait Ludez , Cyberpunk 2077 aint out until later during the year

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    that 5600XT looks like a good replacement for my RX580

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    I am also looking at replacing a 480 used at 1680x1050. Looking at anand bench it seems like a 5700xt would cover 1440p for virtually all situations. Is that a reasonable conclusion?

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    Mikos wrote:
    I am also looking at replacing a 480 used at 1680x1050. Looking at anand bench it seems like a 5700xt would cover 1440p for virtually all situations. Is that a reasonable conclusion?
    Depending on the game, yes, it would be fine. It'll run most current games at High/Ultra at 1440p, but if you get a 120+ Hz display you'd need to drop the settings back a bit to accomplish those frame rates (or rely on adaptive sync).

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    Bloody wrote:
    just wait Ludez , Cyberpunk 2077 aint out until later during the year
    For me its this as that's really the only game at the moment that i am going to need a PC upgrade to play.

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    nzbleach wrote:
    Mass market isn't buying these cards.
    Well they definitely aren't buying $700-$2500 cards

    1440p will be mass market in about 5-10yrs when the cards to drive them can be had for under $500 easy at >75hz/fps

    aka the 5700xt level or performance for the price of a rx570/rx580 at high/ultra detail
    and monitor makers start dropping 1080p in favor for 1440p in the budget monitor range
    (pricespy 700 monitors @1080p vs 123 monitors @1440p)