I just use it for the hardware specs and make up my own mind, specifically just looking at pixel and texture rates and memory bandwidth.Don't just rely on techpowerup. It shows u some things, but not everything.
The 1050 Ti would feel stronger if the games are more demanding, depending also a little on the sub-version and the brand of the gpu taken.
I'd just get the 1650, just cuz I know it's a very solid card, and my power supply wouldn't have any problems longtime, even though it is not a very strong PSU.
However, pro-players prefer to take something like 1650-Super or a stronger vcard, cuz at 1080p it covers generally anything at any settings, with also beating 1060 with all of its editions.
As for the 1060 itself, if u take one, let it then be the 1060 6GB, as there is a 3 GB-variation, that wouldn't do much of a job.
Waiting depends on patience, if u can, it maybe can go better.
If it is significantly cheaper than the 6gb version, it's still a better value than the 6gb as it is faster than the 1050ti or 1650.The 1060 3gb has issues with the rather small framebuffer in some games, and these issues will only get worse as the card ages more. I would most definitely avoid the 3gb version.
It depends on the software side of it, but the 1030 3gb hardware is clearly faster than the 1650 with 50% more memory bandwidth, 50% faster pixel rate, and 30% faster texture rate. These are BIG hardware differences that only bad drivers could even possibly negate.However, this outperformance is limited.
For the most of the time in gaming, a new 1060 3 gb will outperform the 1650 with just 1-6%.
The used one would most likely have lost some performance, this making it almost the same, or worse. Not to mention that 1060s are still among the cards, liked for their mining capabilities. So going for them would better be for a 6 gb-one, tested, and guaranteed to work fine by the seller.
Also, the 1650 is a newer and more durable technology, that will receive updates for a longer period.
What I'd do if I was the OP - just getting the 1650 (or a 1650 super, it is usually just some more dollars and requiring a bit stronger PSU than the usual 1650).
Or can wait till getting the money for a new or used RTX 2060, or better - such a card would resist many years in the 1080p 60+ FPS - "region".
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