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|07-18-2019 08:39 PM|
ignoring the CPU bottleneck, any 2080 Ti is fine. Just get the cheapest with a decent cooler.
There will be some future gaming and hardware upgrades - CPU, Mobo, RAM - But for now I just need to get work done.
I've narrowed it down to these 4:
|07-17-2019 11:59 PM|
Could always toss a AMD FX-9590 in there, finding them as low as $135 (boxless Oem pkg)
Put towards a new Ryzen setup would be better spent of course
|07-17-2019 08:55 PM|
|technodanvan||It might be worthwhile to see how the Radeon VII performs in those tasks, as it's supposed to be pretty good. Are you doing a lot of rendering in Fusion 360? I've only played with it a little, never to the point of needing a good GPU though.|
|07-17-2019 08:22 PM|
|The Pook||ignoring the CPU bottleneck, any 2080 Ti is fine. Just get the cheapest with a decent cooler.|
|07-17-2019 09:51 AM|
Will any flavor of 2080 ti graphics card be compatible with my current setup?
CPU: AMD FX-8350
Memory: Corsair DDR3 4G x4 (16G total)
Mobo: M5A99FX Pro r2.0
I'm wanting to replace two GTX 770's.
I mostly work with Blender and Fusion 360.
I'd rather not replace any other hardware, but can if necessary.
Is there a better card than the 2080 ti in the same price range?