Would it be worth it to upgrade to a 1660ti or 2060?
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No.. The 1660 ti does not have better graphics than the 2060, its a lower end card.Yes your performance boost would be substantial. personally i use the 1660ti in my workstation i don't maintain most of the things at work but i can tell when i'm using the rendering portion of this gpu it's amazing and from what i understand from my co worker it's better graphics then his 2060 however slower it's better graphics
Again i have used 2 of all three cards one in my work station the other in my pc and according to my co-worker who has the 2060. In my eye's "FROM SOMEONE who's used both the 980ti and the 1660ti it's worth the upgrade and according to my coworker the 2060 is a good upgrade... He said of you want a cleaner picture he recommends the 1660ti because even though it's slower it has better graphics... The 2060 is faster but he said you notice a little more blurring if you dont have a monitor made for high frames.The question was not whether it's a good card, but whether it would be a good upgrade over their 980 Ti. The 980 Ti was one of the highest performance cards available when it launched a few years back. Now, the 1660 Ti brings that level of performance (or slightly more) to a more accessible price point. That's good, but the performance gains over the card they already have would be minimal, so for them, it wouldn't be a particularly worthwhile upgrade. A 2060 would be a little faster, but I'm not sure even that would be fast enough compared to the card they have to justify the cost of the upgrade.
This is not actually a thing.He said of you want a cleaner picture he recommends the 1660ti because even though it's slower it has better graphics... The 2060 is faster but he said you notice a little more blurring if you dont have a monitor made for high frames.
Correct me If I'm wrong, but isn't the GTX 1660 Ti based on the TURING Architecture instead, but without dedicated RT and TENSOR cores (not PASCAL) ?Also, the GTX 1660 Ti would support G-Sync on a Freesync display, because of it's Pascal architecture,
https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/graphics-cards/gtx-1660-ti/Correct me If I'm wrong, but isn't the GTX 1660 Ti based on the TURING Architecture instead, but without dedicated RT and TENSOR cores ?
Yes thats the generalizations...Correct me If I'm wrong, but isn't the GTX 1660 Ti based on the TURING Architecture instead, but without dedicated RT and TENSOR cores ?
I had said nothing about gsync or anyof that because that wasnct the question all of you trolls are just that trolls all he asked is of it is worth the updgrade he never said whether he cares about gsync or any of that... And yes the 1660ti is worth the upgrade whether or not you are using the gsync feature. You still will have a card thats going to be supported for further updates down the line and other variables. People focusing on just the little points... There honestly is no right or wrong answer on any of these cards.... It's honestly at this point matter of opinions, 980ti older great quality, 1660ti newer will be supported longer has many features 980ti doesn't, 2060 a little better performance then 1660ti using new technologies... Avg fps 980ti my just 1hr ago 197fps, workstation 1660ti gsync enabled 214fps avg, friends 2060 gsync enabled 220ish fps avg.That is comparing one refresh rate on a card to a different refresh rate on the same card, which is useless for the question asked by the OP.
You said nothing about settings, Vsync enabled, whether FreeSync or GSync were in use, etc. This is all completely irrelevant and misleading for the OP's request.
Then i and my co worker both recommend the 2060 at 144hz as his is amazing quality. We both love the speed and rendering of the 2060 with gsync enabled the 1660ti has a little more cutting to it with gsync enable... Not much but noticeable sorry to cause drama on your post im just tired of trolls if you havent had experience using something and going off of what you read then mind your own bees wax... I have used all three and yes there is actually a difference in picture quality between every card thats the point of them continuously releasing new cards they get better and better picture quality over time dont believe me then go back to a gtx 270 and tell me theres no picture diffrenece between cards.Guess I should have said this in the beginning. Sorry!
Recently acquired a 144hz 1080p freesync monitor from Dell. Don't remember the model # but I was looking to enable freesync on it, which I can't do with the 980Ti.
I also am not looking to spend over $350 for a GPU at the moment. Although I did get the 980Ti for $100 back in 17
Your bring an irrelevant topic back up... Yes i was corrected on that blurring portion... Thats however not what im refering to here.... Yes there is a graphical quality difference between all cards. YOU CAN ARGUE THIS WITH ME ALL DAY but at this point it's irrelevant talk to any manufacturing company of the gpu's... Each generation of graphocs cards each series of gpu have different rendering abilities than others no gpu will ever have the same graphical display as the other.... Even if you pair a 2060 in exact same build with another 2060 if you had super human sight you would notice graphical differences there nothing will ever run the exact same as another it all depends on the freaking userAs already said, the reason you saw more blurring with the 2060 is that you changed the monitor to 60 Hz, compared to the 144 Hz you had with the 1660 Ti.
Edit: There shouldn't be any image quality difference with the 980 Ti either.
Don't bring in false, and unhelpful, in this case, couterproductive, info. This is not something you can prove or reliably demonstrate in a repeatable fashion.Yes there is a graphical quality difference between all cards. YOU CAN ARGUE THIS WITH ME ALL DAY
..... Look at nvidia look at msi look at asus gpus...... Every brand runs differently every manufacture has there own program every board is made by machine nothing is perfect... Anything and everything can and will affect your card... Hense why some gpus are doa's machines mess up humans mess up nothing will ever be perfect or the exact same no matter what you tell me you can believe what you want but sitting here tellong me im a moron basically and that i have no idea what im talking is just stupidity on your part.... If a circuit on the board is off just by a hair on a gpu during the manufacturing of the card can cause the card to run slower than other cards out of the exact same line... You are arguing with someone who design's circuit boards for a living. I have made several circuit boards for different things, one slight alteration can screw the whole thing up... Like circuit's for a relay switch. I can sodar it one way for it to be a single relay or add one little sodar line and make a dual relay.... Literally no card is the exact same bro if you really want to get into depth about it... I can even alter a sodar and make it have more of a delay to it.... Just one slight mistake is all it takes for there to be a longer delay from the exact same model productsDon't bring in false, and unhelpful, in this case, couterproductive, info. This is not something you can prove or reliably demonstrate in a repeatable fashion.
Believe what you want to believe. Don't present it here as fact.