Originally Posted by chessmyantidrug
1. Generally speaking, I would aim toward getting the most affordable version of a GPU. Spending more money doesn't add to performance. You might be paying for a higher base clock or boost clock from factory overclocks, but it's generally not worth the price premium. Especially when you consider next-gen graphics cards should be out by the end of the year. If you can get that card for the ~$750 is should be, it's a good purchase.
2. It doesn't matter. Either will be able to accomplish what you want.
3. There's a lot of options for silent case fans. The NF-A12x25 is probably the best option available, but they're $30 a pop. If you want to replace the case fans, I'd probably get some Arctic F14s as a cost-effective alternative. If it has to be Noctua, I'd recommend the NF-A14 PWM or NF-A12x25 PWM.
Let me clear that I was sure the new cards gonna be available only by end of the 2021 - if they come out the end of the year then it might be worth keeping my 980Ti until then..
Anyway to clear things up let me explain prices range for the RTX in my country
2080 SUpers are around 850-950USD
2080Ti are around 1250-1350usd
2070 super are around 650-700usd
there are also expansive models like "gigabyte 2080 extreme" cost 850usd
So I'm kinda worried here as i dont want to buy a GPU for few months and then resell it and lose money and buy another..
For CPU's if 10700k is able to do everything i need in 240hz 1080p - then its my cpu to go with!
I just hope the Noctua NH-D15 would be able to cool it because its cheap and reliable
for the case fans i wanted to ask something else aswell- you say PWM fans, if i remember correctly the PWM means its 4 pin connector and can be controlled in BIOS right? but most mobos dont have enough 4pins connectors but a 3pin instead right?