Question Budget GPU for 144hz i5-8400

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Hello guys ,
i want to Build 4x new VIP PC for my Gaming Center .

my Customers mostly play (rainbow six siege - PUBG- Fortnite - CS GO - Black ops 4 - Apex Legends - League of legends - DOTA 2 - For honor )

i have already 6x PC with this Component details

GPU Asus Rog 1050ti 4OC
CPU i5 7400
Ram 2x8 GB 2400
PCU :550W
Monitor : Samsung IT LC24F390
and its Works fine with high-Ultra quality at 60 Hz in (CS GO - DOTA 2 - League of LEgends - Fortnite - For Honor )
But for other Games we have problem at High-Ultra Quality


its hard for me to make a decision because my country is economic sanction so Prices Difference.
for example in my country prices :
276$ ASUS ROG Strix Radeon RX 580 T8G Gaming Top OC Edition
257$ RADEON RX 580 ARMOR 8G OC
308$ GIGABYTE AORUS GTX 1060 XTREME EDITION 6GB
396$ GTX 1070 GAMING X 8G
some price is so funny here :)) like this one Samsung IT LC24F390FHNXZA 24-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor 295$ , however bought MSI 24" 144hz 370$

i already bought
Monitor : 4x MSI 24" 144hz AMD freesync
CPU : 4x Intel i5-8400

so what You suggest for other parts ?
GPU :
PCU :
Motherboard :
RAM :
Cooling :
in consideration
1- these pc's use only for game
2 - we talking about 4x Multiplication PC Budget is important
3- Some days these devices should have played for 18 -20 hours

Thank you.
 
Apr 10, 2019
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You can utilize 144hz on eSports titles with cards such as the 1050 Ti or RX 580/570. If you want to utilize 144hz in AAA titles, I'd recommend any one of these cards:

GIGABYTE Windforce 2070

GIGABYTE Windforce 2080

EVGA 2080 Ti

If your cool with using eBay to get second hand cards, check it out for any 1080/1080 Ti/1070 Ti deals because those are all capable cards for 144hz on AAA titles. On eBay, you can easily pick up a 1070 Ti for 300 and a 1080 for 400 if your a bit patient.
 
Apr 23, 2019
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You can utilize 144hz on eSports titles with cards such as the 1050 Ti or RX 580/570. If you want to utilize 144hz in AAA titles, I'd recommend any one of these cards:

GIGABYTE Windforce 2070

GIGABYTE Windforce 2080

EVGA 2080 Ti

If your cool with using eBay to get second hand cards, check it out for any 1080/1080 Ti/1070 Ti deals because those are all capable cards for 144hz on AAA titles. On eBay, you can easily pick up a 1070 Ti for 300 and a 1080 for 400 if your a bit patient.
i want 144fps for Shooting games
(rainbow six siege - Fortnite - CS GO - Apex Legends )
i can't access eBay
also i fear about second hand because Miner's graphic cards...
and nvidia 20 Series is too Expensive here

ok look which one is worth

Asus Ex-RX570 O4G 192$
Asus ROG Strix RX570 O4G 208$
RADEON RX 580 ARMOR 8G OC 257$

ASUS ROG Strix Radeon RX 580 T8G Gaming Top OC Edition 276$
GIGABYTE AORUS GTX 1060 XTREME EDITION 6GB 308$
GTX 1070 GAMING X 8G 396$
MSI - 1070 Ti DUKE 8 GB 492$
MSI - 1080 Gaming X 8GB 661$
 
In almost all cases, it's not about the CPU, it's about the monitor's resolution and refresh rate. If you want to get 144fps with those games, you're going to need serious GPU power.

What country are you in? Depending on the prices where you are, an RTX 2060 or RTX 2070 might be worth considering.
 
Apr 23, 2019
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In almost all cases, it's not about the CPU, it's about the monitor's resolution and refresh rate. If you want to get 144fps with those games, you're going to need serious GPU power.

What country are you in? Depending on the prices where you are, an RTX 2060 or RTX 2070 might be worth considering.
ok so i5 8400 is okey for my job
i'm From iran
Asus Rog Strix RTX 2060 A6G Gaming 585$
Asus Rog Strix RTX 2070 O8G Gaming 907$
 
Apr 23, 2019
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As you're running 144hz, you'll only be in 1080. I had the same setup using a single gtx 970. It was clocked, but only through MSI Afterburner and not really tweaked. It ran hot but never failed. You'd get some of them pretty cheap now. I'm in 4k now, but you just can't compare it to the fluidity of 144hz.
Hope that helps
 
Given those prices, it seems like the RTX 20xx models are way too expensive for their performance.

Price-to-performance, it seems like, as stated by others, the 1070 Ti is the way to go. I don't know if it'll necessarily provide 144fps in all games all the time, but should still do fairly well. The extra money for the higher cards doesn't seem worth it.

This page gives you a quick rundown of relative performance of the more modern cards, along with a legacy comparison chart below it. https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gpu-hierarchy,4388.html
 
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ok look which one is worth

Asus Ex-RX570 O4G 192$
Asus ROG Strix RX570 O4G 208$
RADEON RX 580 ARMOR 8G OC 257$

ASUS ROG Strix Radeon RX 580 T8G Gaming Top OC Edition 276$
GIGABYTE AORUS GTX 1060 XTREME EDITION 6GB 308$
GTX 1070 GAMING X 8G 396$
MSI - 1070 Ti DUKE 8 GB 492$
MSI - 1080 Gaming X 8GB 661$
Probably a 1060 6GB is going to be the best bang-for-your-buck in terms of what you want. Rainbow Six might be an issue considering it's a pretty demanding title but it probably will work. You could also always look at the 1660/1660 Ti. For a benchmark, I can get 120 - 160 FPS in OW at low settings running a 1050 Ti, and over 200 in CSGO.
 

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