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DX12 is going to change nothing. Get a cheap high performance former flagship from Nvidia and you will never look back. Every AMD fanboy argues incessantly about some future where your AMD product has value but it's always a future and never a reality.
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Originally Posted by ignsvn View Post

Between 750Ti and RX460, I'd go with RX460. Not that RX460 wins in terms of raw power, but usually AMD cards stay "relevant" longer due to optimization from each driver update. Not to mention incoming DX12 which favors the RX460 (CMIIW)

Btw.. if you only play CS:GO, perhaps your Skylake's integrated GPU can handle it... I suggest you to try and see if you're OK with the FPS you get. You can save your money and buy a more powerful GPU later on if you decide to play the heavier games thumb.gif

You don't understand CS:GO. Maximum frame rate is desirable. The theoretical acceptable frame rate is as many frames as you can wrench from your rig.
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You don't understand CS:GO. Maximum frame rate is desirable. The theoretical acceptable frame rate is as many frames as you can wrench from your rig.

Ah yes yes.. Of course I don't understand CS:GO. So sorry for that.

@espn,

Just to share some background information; I'm also a budget gamer. I previously owned AMD HD7770 and now using a GTX 950. Both serve me well (Heck in fact I play Tomb Raider 2013 and Metro 2033 Redux on that GTX 950)

I can totally play & enjoy CS:GO on 30 FPS, 60 FPS, as well as 120 FPS, on either optical or ball mouse. You need to know what's the minimum enjoyable setting you want.

Do take note that, not only FPS, you are also limited by your monitor's refresh rate. I personally think there's no point getting 999 FPS GPU if your monitor can only give you 60Hz refresh rate (Again, this is my personal opinion)

Of course better GPU & better monitor is good, but at the end of the day, we're all limited by our budget.

I hope now you have enough information to make your own decision thumb.gif
Edited by ignsvn - 8/15/16 at 11:34pm
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You want more frames than your refresh rate.

See this video: https://youtu.be/hjWSRTYV8e0
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Originally Posted by ignsvn View Post

If budget is really a concern, then 750ti should be good for CS:GO at 1080p.

I just saw this:
https://m.reddit.com/r/hardware/comments/42pm7l/lets_talk_about_intels_skylake_integrated/
your suggestionis very good and I try it out first thx
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460 is beter, but 750ti is cheaper aswell.
as long as your fps stays comfortably higher (minimum fps) than your monitor's refreshrate and tickrate, you are OK. skylake's igpu might be just enough.
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Originally Posted by ignsvn View Post

Between 750Ti and RX460, I'd go with RX460. Not that RX460 wins in terms of raw power, but usually AMD cards stay "relevant" longer due to optimization from each driver update. Not to mention incoming DX12 which favors the RX460 (CMIIW)

Btw.. if you only play CS:GO, perhaps your Skylake's integrated GPU can handle it... I suggest you to try and see if you're OK with the FPS you get. You can save your money and buy a more powerful GPU later on if you decide to play the heavier games thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by semencmoz View Post

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
460 is beter, but 750ti is cheaper aswell.
as long as your fps stays comfortably higher (minimum fps) than your monitor's refreshrate and tickrate, you are OK. skylake's igpu might be just enough.

It is around 20 dollars different, I bought the rx460 with around 127 US dollars for the 2gb version. I am too lazy to test the onboard display performance xd.
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It is around 20 dollars different, I bought the rx460 with around 127 US dollars for the 2gb version. I am too lazy to test the onboard display performance xd.

LOL dude buying without testing is not what budget gamers usually do!

Anyway congratulation for your purchase, enjoy!
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