JayrockSounds like a plan. Cheers!
slurm1@castrator86, I belive you own a 2060 KO right? How'd the PPD? I could've sworn I saw you post a picture where the 2060 KO was doing about 1.3 mil PPD?
ProDigitIn the long run, your upgrade path will lead you to 2080Ti GPUs, simply because they're so much more efficient and the limitation on ac outlets might force you to increase efficiency.However if you have plenty energy spare, and a 2080Ti is too high priced, I would suggest to go with a 2070 super. Do know that 2 cards close together create a lot of heat.If you can find a free slot away from the motherboard, and use a pcie x16 riser cable, you can eliminate some of that heat. If you want to run 2 GPUs, make sure you have at least 700W, preferably a 1000W PSU.
slurm1@castrator86, I belive you own a 2060 KO right? How'd the PPD? I could've sworn I saw you post a picture where the 2060 KO was doing about 1.3 mil PPD? Looks like it was from @yodap instead: 2060KO
JayrockJust got my 2nd 2060 super in the mail today from EVGA. Top-notch shipping safety. Now they announce 2070 and 80 super KO. Jerks.