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Graphics card upgrade

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by gavin-d, Jun 17, 2019.

  1. gavin-d

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    Hi. I currently have a NVIDIA geforce gtx 960 graphics card in my current gaming PC whist it's still fine and working tech is moving on and I'm looking to upgrade it

    What would be the best to get in today's market that's close to what the gtx 960 offers
     
  2. Dan_P

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    What's your budget?

    Also usually you don't want to upgrade to the latest version of a GPU ( 16 or 20 series ) to get the same level of performance. If we know your budget then we can recommend the best performance for your buck and show how that compares to your current GPU.
     
  3. gavin-d

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    Hi. I'd say up to £200 as a budget
     
  4. arc@css

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    Hi and welcome. :)

    Can you give us a little background on your system spec (CPU/PSU/resolution)?
     
  5. Poneros

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  6. Panos

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  7. Poneros

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  8. gavin-d

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    Got in contact with the manufacture, and they've said an Nvidia 1660 or 1660ti is the max I can go to for my system

    Do the 1660 and 1660ti have a huge amount of difference between them?
     
  9. gavin-d

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    Looking at this and the 1660 ti I'd never get the ti to fit given the dimensions state it's 15 inches in length

    The 1660 would fit perfectly and is virtually the same size as my current one