aka_STEVE_bMy .02 cents would be to skip the memory . go for the Super 2060 or the Super 2070 if you can - although I didn't see the budget $$ you were thinking.
curbillyHey Guys, got another question before I pull the trigger on the Video Card, what is your thoughts on going up to 2070 or even the 2080. Is the price increase worth it and if so what version would you go with. Any help would be greatly appreciated before the wife changes her mind lol
curbillyWow that was a great deal and unfortunately I missed out on it... I’m beyond pissed right now. Do you know if they do deals like that often ?
RainStrykeIt happens often, but they go fast when they do. Not sure you would want a watercooling card that requires a custom watercooling loop though.Here is a decent open box deal:https://www.newegg.com/asus-geforce-rtx-2080-dual-rtx2080-8g-evo/p/N82E16814126340R
kevinc313RainStrykeIt happens often, but they go fast when they do. Not sure you would want a watercooling card that requires a custom watercooling loop though.Here is a decent open box deal:https://www.newegg.com/asus-geforce-rtx-2080-dual-rtx2080-8g-evo/p/N82E16814126340RHe already has a 360mm watercooling kit on his CPU.
curbillyHey All, hope everyone had a great holiday. Well I’ve installed the new card today and I thought it went off without any issues until my son tried to play his games (Fortnite, Rocket league ). Unfortunately each game has frame rates that start off decently, but quickly plummet to single digits and eventually the game and the computer crash. Tried adjusting the settings to the lowest possible and still the same issues. Tried a clean install of the drivers and GeForce Experience and still the same issue. In the process of using DDH to uninstall all the drivers again and see what happens. Any suggestions would help out greatly !!!!!!