Question Best GPU for 1080p @ 75hz

Apr 14, 2019
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Hey guys,

I got a 75 hz monitor with Freesync

I want to know what is best for 75hz at 1080p

Thats the prices around here:

Rx580 : 200$
Gtx 1660: 235$
Gtx 1660ti: 300$

If any of you have another gpu other than the ones here, feel free to tell me.
 

Wendigo

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They’re all great choice, although the 1660ti is the best performance wise.

These days, 200$ is a bit high for the RX280. It’s easy to find one for 160$-180$. Which offer very good value at this price.

In the end, it’s only a matter of how much you’re willing to pay...
 
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They’re all great choice, although the 1660ti is the best performance wise.

These days, 200$ is a bit high for the RX280. It’s easy to find one for 160$-180$. Which offer very good value at this price.

In the end, it’s only a matter of how much you’re willing to pay...
I am looking for the best price-to-performance out of these gpus. I can get a ZOTAC 1660ti for 280$ too if that’s a better choice than the other ones.
 

Wendigo

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I am looking for the best price-to-performance out of these gpus. I can get a ZOTAC 1660ti for 280$ too if that’s a better choice than the other ones.
It’s always difficult to answer because it depends on the relative price between the cards. And all three cards can be of equal value, or said otherwise you get what you pay for.

The 1660 is 10-15% faster than the RX580 and the 1660Ti is about 10-15% than the 1660. This should give you an idea of what could be the acceptable price differences between the card.

For example, if the cheapest RX580 you can get is 200$, a 1660 of equal value should not be more than 230$ (15% more) and 266$ for a 1660Ti (15% more than 1660)... Which in this case would mean the Rx580 but would also means you get the slowest of the bunch...
 

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