|Callamon - 2022-09-18 |
Pray to Tech Jesus for enlightenment.
|SolRo - 2022-09-18 |
I feel indifference about this conflict between corporate brand entities.
|Gmork - 2022-09-18 |
Hurff blurff 3070 go up or go down?
It stays the same price, of course. "The days of Moore's Law are over, lol," says NVIDIA, expecting you to spend the price of a whole prebuilt computer on a luxury item GPU when groceries and gas are wrecking your budget.
|Quad9Damage - 2022-09-20 |
Well, that's nice. My RTX 2060 still works just fine.
|Sludge Vohaul - 2022-09-20 |
I recently finished Cyberpunk 2077 on a SCSI drive with an RTX 970 and it was also just fine.
That gives me hope. I am waiting for another sale before I take a risk with Cyberpunk. If it runs that well on a 970, then I guess I won't need $1600 for RE4Make after all.
'Well' is relative though, I had to tweak a lot of settings, it sure don't look as pretty as the promo pics, but framerate was mostly stable and it's definitely playable.
I think NVIDIA overhyped ray-tracing hard when the majority of AAA titles over the last few years have stuck to looking pretty in 1080p/60. I bought my Skytech RTX 2060 prebuilt before the January 2021 pandemic peak, with money I'd slowly shoveled into a personal spending account. Oddly enough, I bought it with the intent of the specs being Cyberpunk-ready, but I still haven't bought Cyberpunk.
I thought it was outdated the moment the 30 series was announced, but it turns out this push for power is completely unnecessary when it comes to the average consumer. I don't see anyone needing a 4080 unless they work for Pixar.
im not gonna buy it again until its 20 dollars
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