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    Default Wait for 1060 or buy 480 ???

    Should I wait for GTX 1060 6gb or just buy the RX 480 8gb now. Btw I prefer MSI, but feel free to suggest any brand if that is better than MSI except Gigabyte, I just hate Gigabyte's GPUs

    BTW my budget is 30k

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    waiting 1060 would be wise as it shown superior frams over 480 in most of the titles

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    Isn't 1060 already out? Why would you wait for it? Both 1060 6GB and RX 480 8GB MSI Gaming X models can be found at around 30K and both look similarly awesome. However, if you want to save some dough, at 25-26K mark, founders edition or zotac mini 1060 6GB is available.

    Traditionally, AMD cards age better than nvidia cards. Though 1060 is performing better now in most cases.

    Quote Originally Posted by Megabyte2 (Reddit)
    In a very brief summary:

    RX 480 = Potentially better in upcoming DX12/Vulkan games (one example is Doom) and the ability to benefit from a Freesync monitor rather than paying a premium for Gsync in the future.

    1060 = Better in today's (DX11) games but does not benefit from DX12/Vulkan games as much as AMD. Slightly lower power consumption.

    Aftermarket 480's close the gap in DX11 performance further, but the 1060 still pulls ahead.

    Can't go wrong with either choice really.
    Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapc/co..._vs_rx_480470/
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    Quote Originally Posted by kaziishan View Post
    Isn't 1060 already out? Why would you wait for it? Both 1060 6GB and RX 480 8GB MSI Gaming X models can be found at around 30K and both look similarly awesome.
    Well the MSI GTX 1060 GAMING X is already out of stock everywhere I looked. Only Zotac AMP! & founder's edition is available. So I was wondering whether I should wait for the next lot of MSI 1060 to come or just buy the MSI RX 480 GAMING X now.

    Honestly speaking I did not like the design of the Zotac AMP! 1060 as it does not contain any back plate and the temps are also in the higher side.

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    If you want micro stutter/tear free experience, go for Rx480.

    If you can live with tear/microstutters or if you can pay a large premium for Gsync- go for 1060.
    Need For Sync: G-sync

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sami 1999 View Post
    If you want micro stutter/tear free experience, go for Rx480.

    If you can live with tear/microstutters or if you can pay a large premium for Gsync- go for 1060.
    could you explain more about microstutter and stuffs? cause I didn't see anything with 1060 yet, you can leave the gsync though

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    I'd just buy a sapphire 390x for 32k. It's more powerful than the 480 8gb and costs only 2k more e.e... You'll need a good PSU though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UzumakiShinji View Post
    I'd just buy a sapphire 390x for 32k. It's more powerful than the 480 8gb and costs only 2k more e.e... You'll need a good PSU though.
    out of stock long ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    out of stock long ago.
    Ryans claim to have em. Not sure though

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    Quote Originally Posted by UzumakiShinji View Post
    Ryans claim to have em. Not sure though
    better check

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    I have decided to wait for the rest of this month. Let's see what happens

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    If u want stutter/lag free experience buy Nvidia, most ppl here are AMD fans, u won't find unbiased opinion, rx 480 will perform better on AMD gaming evolved titles which occupy 20 percent of all released titles, overall Nvidia is better .. in games like no man's sky (opengl), and games which are developed in Unreal engine Nvidia will smoke anything AMD has to offer, difference can be 20-30 fps ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhW_puDIaaM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZJXV4dzoCE

    in Gaming evolved titles like Deus Ex MD even though rx 480 outperforms a gtx 1060 by 4 fps but there is a catch, Nvidia in DX 12 will provide smoother gameplay experience bcz of lower frame time, rx 480 even in gaming evolved titles can't produce smooth experience ...

    http://techreport.com/review/30639/e...kind-divided/3

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    in the end buy which one is cheaper and fits ur diet ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    could you explain more about microstutter and stuffs? cause I didn't see anything with 1060 yet, you can leave the gsync though
    Microstutter happens with all Gpus if you don't use vsync. Sometimes its less noticeable, sometimes its painfully horrible. What I meant in my last post was that- with Amd you can buy FreeSync monitors, that is if yu plan to buy one.
    Need For Sync: G-sync

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sami 1999 View Post
    Microstutter happens with all Gpus if you don't use vsync. Sometimes its less noticeable, sometimes its painfully horrible. What I meant in my last post was that- with Amd you can buy FreeSync monitors, that is if yu plan to buy one.

    gsync = freesync the same ¤¤¤¤ which requires supported monitors which let you enjoy stutterfree experience in gaming right? so with only nvidia gpu or amd gpu you cant enjoy any of this features if you have basic monitors like most of us then whats your point? in your post it seems like we have never played any single game in our life without stuttering before this technology ever happened and it sounds pretty much bullshit to me so please clarify your statement with more valid points, ty

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    gsync = freesync the same ¤¤¤¤ which requires supported monitors which let you enjoy stutterfree experience in gaming right? so with only nvidia gpu or amd gpu you cant enjoy any of this features if you have basic monitors like most of us then whats your point? in your post it seems like we have never played any single game in our life without stuttering before this technology ever happened and it sounds pretty much bullshit to me so please clarify your statement with more valid points, ty
    What?

    Why to try to take it in a complicated way? What I said was very simple.

    If you plan to buy a Free sync monitor to have microstutter tear free experience, then go for amd. Cause with Nvidia you need Gsync are they are awfully expensive. If there was a Tk 30k Gsync monitor at 75hz or whatever it is- then I would recommend 1060.

    And I know we played stutterless games before. Thats why I said go for rx480 if you want Adaptive sync monitors at cheap price. Dont play smart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sami 1999 View Post
    What?

    Why to try to take it in a complicated way? What I said was very simple.

    If you plan to buy a Free sync monitor to have microstutter tear free experience, then go for amd. Cause with Nvidia you need Gsync are they are awfully expensive. If there was a Tk 30k Gsync monitor at 75hz or whatever it is- then I would recommend 1060.

    And I know we played stutterless games before. Thats why I said go for rx480 if you want Adaptive sync monitors at cheap price. Dont play smart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    accha thik ase
    LG 22MP68VQ FreeSync is 13.5k though.
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    about sync issue Gsync > Freesync its a proven fact.... Cheaper monitors will have bad panel quality and Freesync support, ppl actually need to fork out cash to get better experience where spending money is being justified,

    Nvidia also has Fast Sync where u can get freesync/gsync type experience on a 60hz cheap monitor if fps is closer to 120 or more ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpUX8ZNkn2U

    if someone is on a tight budget and can spend extra 15-20 k on a bad freesync panel then they should consider buying gtx 1070 which will give far better experience and will be more future proof ..

    http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Graphic...Pacing-Support


    "I will also tell you that the smoothness of the doubled frame rate with AMD FreeSync and LFC doesn't feel as good as that on our various G-Sync monitors. I am interested to get more detail from AMD and NVIDIA to see how their algorithms compare on when and how to insert a new frame - my guess is that NVIDIA has had more time to perfect its module logic than AMD's driver team has and any fringe cases that crop up (Are you just on the edge of the VRR range? How long have you been on that edge? Is the frame rate set to spike back up above it in the next frame or two?) aren't dealt with differently.Despite those couple of complaints, my first impression of LFC with the Crimson driver is one of satisfied acceptance. It's a great start, there is room to improve, but AMD is listening and fixing technologies to better compete with NVIDIA as we head into 2016."

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    I am not looking to upgrade my monitor anytime soon, I was just asking for your opinions on which GPU to choose. Why you guys are fighting over gsync and freesync only you guys know.

    @Sami 1999 Please reply to queries if you can stay on the topic and don't bring topics which is beyond the thread.

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