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I only play games on 1080p, should I get a GTX 2060 over spending extra for a 2070?
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I don't know what the performance jump is because I don't know much about cards, and many people who talk about these cards are using higher resolution when playing.

Is it worth spending the extra money to make the card last me for longer? I mean the price jump is pretty big, nearly 200 euro more expensive.

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r the price, but I've been looking for another card that will give me that same bang for my buck with newer games.

So should I risk shelling out extra cash for the 2070, or get the 2060?

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Posted 07/02/2019 10:57 AM   
This will be better answered in using this forum: https://forums.geforce.com/ as it's dedicated for GeForce (Consumer) GPUs. [i]FYI - Always go for the best hardware you can afford, it will last longer in terms of performance. Also, make sure you select the "Super" edition of whichever GPU you decide to buy[/i]
This will be better answered in using this forum: https://forums.geforce.com/ as it's dedicated for GeForce (Consumer) GPUs.

FYI - Always go for the best hardware you can afford, it will last longer in terms of performance. Also, make sure you select the "Super" edition of whichever GPU you decide to buy

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