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Dasa

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In Topic: Updating current PC?

26 June 2017 - 11:18 AM

 

A GTX970 is somewhere between a GTX1060 and GTX1070 (closer to the 70).

gtx980 actually sits around gtx 1060 reference so the 970 is a fair way behind the 1070 which is over 30% faster than a 1060 oc

https://www.techpowe...0_Armor/30.html

 

af doesn't have much of a performance hit these days and i have never liked the image quality below 8x af

aa however can have a massive performance hit for minimal gain although it can be nice to have

some games need aa\af more than others


In Topic: Updating current PC?

24 June 2017 - 08:22 AM

The 1070 is a great value for money purchase especially up to 1440p gaming

 

If you're looking to upgrade it's definitely a good card to look at. And we can of course recommend our 1070 G1 Gaming as well :P

shame there $696 at a store with stock when at the start of the month you could get Gigabyte Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Turbo OC 8GB GDDR5X for $652

but now its hard to find any gpu in stock that dont have a stupidly high price tag


In Topic: Updating current PC?

19 June 2017 - 11:46 AM

what games do you play that are struggling for performance?

 

your hsf isn't the quietest but it does perform well enough for a decent oc

 

as mentioned the gpu is the main thing that will be holding you back and a 1070 would sure take care of that but i wouldnt be paying $700 for one when they start at $519 hell gtx 1080 can be had for $685

 

8g ram may start to become a limitation hitting 100% usage in a few new games at max texture detail creating a few stutters but provided you keep your os\background apps clean it shouldnt be a problem for most current  games


In Topic: The age old question, a PC for the relos...

17 April 2017 - 12:37 PM

use to use thunderbird but these days i just use gmail it seems much simpler and has less problems


In Topic: The age old question, a PC for the relos...

15 April 2017 - 01:59 PM

the single core performance of the Celeron J3455 is around that of the old athlon x2 which will make things load a little slower with a ssd than it would with the pentium but otherwise it should operate fine

its a fair bit quicker than the old e350 atom build i replace with a i3 nuc