In today's market that gpu is more than acceptable for 1080/120hz.
In Control the game that I was playing when I upgraded from the 7700k to
a Ryzen 2600. The frame rate normalized during heavy action sequences, even though I had my backup 970 instead of the 1070 attached to my previous build.
That Tuf board was such a low price that I had to bite. I've resisted picking up the 5900 several times in the last few months, because use case or terms like overkill aren't as loud a message as technically able to to run.
So to sum this all up.
Low Hash-rate chips are an infuriating exercise in futility because Nvidia is trying to convince it's gamer segment not to worry about their crypto segment.
But alienating everyone else instead?
I can get behind this all being Marketing BS, I just can't figure out what...
I didn't barely graduate High-School not go to College and peruse this site between customers at a dead end minimum wage job. you guys are flaunting your economics majors and it should go with out saying that I can barely follow this discussion, but I sincerely hope that was intended to be a...