Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by cucaulay malkin, Jul 3, 2021.
Asking about rigs that are in use,not shelved gpus.
Polaris for now rdna2 later on.
i bet pascal and polaris are still gonna be +50% of all entries
yeah rdna2 is amazing from an engineering standpoint.a gpu tweaked to hit +2.6GHz with on-die cache,a wet dream for a gpu enthusiast.16g vram for longevity.I'm just soooo disappointed they ditched ML and went with an upscaler for fsr.I'd rather they had ML image reconstruction ready in a year than give us spatial upscaler now.
Guess depends what gamers can get their hands on.
Maxwell (980 Ti). Longest-lived GPU I ever had (Previously paired with the longest-live CPU I ever had, a Sandy Bridge 2500K.)
had 980ti once,
it's pretty amazing it's still doing well.
GTX 1070, because a 3060 Ti is the only worthy upgrade, but still cost €950.
Maybe 2 or 3 years from now i can upgrade for 10% above MSRP.
i like 3060ti most from the entire new generation of ampere/rdna2
this and 6800.If I had to make a choice I'd rather buy these two than a single 3080ti.
value per dollar -> if only these were remotely close.....
energy efficiency -> superb,up there with rdna2/tsmc's 7nm enhanced
DLSS -> check
RT performance -> way above the 6700xt counterpart
theoretically speaking 3060ti is thed best value gpu since rx570/580,but we know how it turned out.at this point it's only 50eur cheaper than 3070ti.
Still on the Fury, somehow it's surviving.
I refuse to pay the absurd prices currently being charged... £700-£900 for a 6700Xt £900+ for 6800. Overclockers are charging £900 for the reference edition... It's supposed to be £500, they're no better than scalpers...
HP GTX260 oem 1.8GB
pascal+polaris with 57% of entries at this point
couldn't add more entries into the poll or I'd definitely go as far as 10-11 yr old architectures.
I myself used 9700Pro for friggin forever until it had trouble playing even video files.
Im waiting to price drop that could take forever
Pascal (gtx 1060) 6gb. Dont want to pay that stupid prices.
Want a 2060 or 3060ti to enter in the rtx world, maybe the end of the year prices drop
I would of been on Pascal if I didn't get super damn lucky with stock drops notifying me that a Sapphire Nitro+ 6800XT SE was in stock at Scan.co.uk and I actually managed to grab it at just above retail price.
I have a feeling Pascal will heavily dominate this list. That generation was so good, probably the best generation of GPU's there has been. Polaris will come in second as it too was a great bang for the buck range of cards.
3090, always the latest.
a lot of people have ampere,i wonder if they got them early or later on
My 290 is still going strong
rx6800xt and 2070s
3090, RX570, 3060ti