gtx 1070TI vs rtx 2060 what is better?
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but the 1070ti also supports RT or not ?you also get ray tracing with the 2060. I suggest getting that one.
yes they are close. I'm just worried about the bottleneck if I take the 2060UserBenchmark: Nvidia GTX 1070-Ti vs RTX 2060
They are neck and neck
I'd go for the 2060, much cheaper
People don't seriously consider doing that as it cripples performance on those GTX cards. They don't have the hardware for it, some sort of driver kludge going on there. Like enabling SLI on cards with no SLI bridge, just to show 'enabled' in the driver.
well, then that's good news for you.
The GTX 1070Ti doesn't support RT but I wouldn't worry about RT if I were you. This is because even though the RTX 2060 technically does support RT, the card is so weak that RT would be completely unusable on it. If they're the same price, take the RTX 2060 for its newer architecture, not for RT because cards that are weaker than the RTX 3070 are useless with RT. The RTX 3070 isn't even that great, but it is at least usable with RT.but the 1070ti also supports RT or not ?
I love how he says "a 3060 or a 4060" like they're similar cards. A 4060 would most likely be like a 3080.haha 4060 on i5 4690k sure
image 4060 on i5 hahaI love how he says "a 3060 or a 4060" like they're similar cards. A 4060 would most likely be like a 3080.
I'll be perfectly honest with you, if you have an i5-4690K, pretty much anything that you use for a GPU is going to be severely CPU bottlenecked. Not many people know this but even a "lowly" RX 6600 gets CPU bottlenecked by something as fast as the i9-10900K. Can you imagine what kind of bottleneck that a Haswell CPU would create?
That CPU is almost ten years old and I wouldn't expect it to be able to put out more FPS than a GTX 980 or R9 Fury. I honestly think that, performance-wise, it won't matter whether you get GTX 1070 Ti or RTX 2060 because they'll both give you the same 1080p performance, limited by your i5-4690K.
Yes, a GTX 1070 Ti would be fine for your purposes. I'll say again though that if you can get an RTX 2070 for about the same price, I'd go for that because nVidia will be supporting it with new drivers for a good deal longer than the GTX 1070 Ti and it'll be more efficient as well.image 4060 on i5 haha
and yes he say it like its same gpu haha
btw i5 4690k 4.4ghz and i buy a gtx 1070ti its good