Muscular Beaver wrote on Dec 30, 2018, 21:58:
El Pit wrote on Dec 29, 2018, 16:54:You dont have the frametime issue? AKA choppy frames.
Really? In which games did this happen? I got an MSI RTX 2070 Gaming Z and up to now it has been rock stable in many games. The card is really good and I got it quite cheap but Nvidia could have made it cheaper by not giving it tensor cores and raytracing bs because it is absolutely useless with an RTX 2070.
A lot of people are reporting that issue after switching to a Turing.
I have read about those freezeframes, too, but none have occured yet. I am using a Gsync Dell LCD - so that might solve the problem of ever getting choppy frames. It seems it happens to 2080 and 2080 Ti users - maybe the 2070 does not have this problem because of the different GPU. Then again, the 2080 and 2080 Ti also have different GPUs.
As I said: up to now, I am really happy with my 2070 because I knew before buying one that raytracing is a no-go with these cards. The performance of my Gaming Z is between a 1080 and a 1080 Ti - and I paid only about $580 (incl. tax) for my card when no 1080 Tis were available anymore. That price was alright to me - those cards cost roughly $650 over here. It is definitely an upgrade from my 1070, and with a Gsync LCD AMD was not an alternative in my case.
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