Question need a new gpu for my i7 3770k

Dec 16, 2019
8
0
10
0
new to gaming and my current set up is an gtx 670, i7 3770k, maximus v gene, 16gb ram, silverstone 750watts power supply. need a good graphics card to play modern warfare on good settings, any recommendations help, thanks guys.
 
Last edited:

Dragos Manea

Admirable
2060 super would be a good pair or even a 2070 super. if you like more AMD then 5700/5700XT would be a good fit. A very important thing it is the resolution at which you play, please provide a list of all your specs and we decide after what is best for you. Also 600W PSU is not enought, please specify brand and model because if it is a chinesse knock-off then you need to upgrade the psu too.
 
my budget would be around $400 but i have no problem paying more for higher quality, i am from Australia
At $400 a 5700xt would get you very good 1440p perormance. They are commonly on sale now.

The 2060 super is also a good choice but slightly slower. It's ray tracing however is pretty weak and useless for only a very small handful of simple games. But it is there.
 

JaAntonio

Proper
Nov 13, 2019
107
23
115
5
Isn't a bad idea to buy a GTX1660Ti and a cheap 144hz monitor? You could wait to buy the monitor by getting a better GPU, as others said, RTX 2070s or the RX5700XT would fit to your budget and give you a very nice performance in most games at 1080p.
 
Dec 16, 2019
8
0
10
0
Yes, Australian dollars. so just to clarify this,the 1660 super is compatible with my specs? apologies for all the questions i am very new to this
 

bignastyid

Titan
Moderator
At $400 a 5700xt would get you very good 1440p perormance. They are commonly on sale now.

The 2060 super is also a good choice but slightly slower. It's ray tracing however is pretty weak and useless for only a very small handful of simple games. But it is there.
The 5700xt and 2060S cost $600 plus is Australia.

In Australia the 1660 super or 1660Ti is the best you'll find for ~$400.
 
Reactions: digitalgriffin
So about $400 AUD is $275 here in the states.

That's a Vega 56 (if you can find one) or a 1660 Super or 1660 ti

Of the three, I would lean towards the Vega 56 if you don't mind tweaking. You'll get more out of the Vega 56.

They all should be good for moderate to high frame rate 1080p gaming. Reasonable 1440p might be possible with some settings dialed back. I would not go high detail on 1440p due to NVIDIA's 6GB memory.

The 5600XT is also coming up soon. That card should be a match for the 1660ti @ ~$270 USD. AMD has a history of slightly undercutting NVIDIA on the Price : Performance scale.
 
Thread starter Similar threads Forum Replies Date
A Graphics Cards 1
itszetto Graphics Cards 2

ASK THE COMMUNITY