I got an old system with i7 4790K and 16 gb DDR3 ram. Last GPU I had was a 980 ti that I sold about 3 years ago due to work abroad (wouldn't have time to game at all). Now, I'm looking to get a new GPU to at least handle my existing old system for the next year and a half. I have a 1440p monitor (60 fps) and would like to go through the games that I missed in the last 3 years (mostly single player rpgs, fps, AAA titles) and play the new upcoming ones like Cyberpunk. I don't do online or competitive gaming and would like to achieve high/ultra settings with 50-60 fps on my 1440p monitor. Less than 50 fps, I tend to start noticing for some reason. The 980 ti used to deliver that performance with games like Witcher 3 back then with minor tweaks in ultra settings, so I'm thinking an RTX 2060 will do fine for what I'm looking for based on the i7 4790+RTX 2060 combo benchmarks I read and watched online. I'm also considering to go for the Super version yet in the country I'm residing at the moment it's about 110$ more than the price of RTX 2060, which is hard to justify for a 5-8% performance increase, and I might just move on to 4k gaming in the next 2 years while upgrading the system so I'd buy a new GPU which kinda makes the whole +2 gigs thing irrevelant, I believe. Yet then again I don't wanna get stuck at 40 fps at some demanding game and wish I had gone for the Super version. Do you think those 2 gigs will be that important in 2020, early 2021? I'd like to hear your suggestions on which card I should buy for my needs.