Question 144hz 1080p gaming gpu advice

Apr 16, 2019
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I need a gpu that can game at 1080p 144hz at all/most settings maxed out, but i can't find the right card and i need some advice.Also the build is kinda like "Aorus" themed, so if the card has black, orange and/or silver in it then thats even better!
 
I’d say the RTX2060/2060 Super/2070/2070 Super or RX5700. Which you pick is up to your budget and preference, all will do a good job but at different settings.

What cpu are you using? Intel is still king at high FPS but the Ryzen 3700x isn’t far behind and does a great job too.
 
May 28, 2019
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Well if you want a graphics card that is able to run most games then I would recommend you gtting maybe at least a GTX 1060. I am not quite good with AMD graphics cards so I cannot help you right here. Since you want a graphics card that is able to get like 144 FPS (in order to get advantage of 144hz monitors) a GTX 1060 will do it's job and even if it's getting like 100 FPS on a game it wouldn't be so bad it turning the graphic settings lower.

However make sure whether you want to upgrade into a 1440p monitor because those monitors require more power than 1080p monitors and so you need a better graphics card.
 
May 28, 2019
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As you want most/all maxed settings the 1060 is too weak. Just 1 example and this is a nearly 2 year old game.

I didn't say that I recommend a GTX 1060 but rather "at least" if wanting to have some big FPS numbers. Out of my experience I have a GTX 1660Ti and it is doing really great however it always depends on other parts aswell and the game itself.
 
Based on my experiences with triple A title graphical demands, you're looking at getting a gtx 1080 or RTX 2070 at a bare minimum. If you expect longevity of 5+ years before a graphics card upgrade, that hardware demand can easily increase to a GTX 1080 ti/RTX 2080. If you don't believe me, watch Metro Exodus on ultra via YouTube, which has an insane graphical performance demand. A few years ago I would state the above hardware is insane overkill, however this is to attempt to factor in future triple A title demands.

This is all assuming you have an adequate processor. What processor do you have or plan to have?
 

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