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    Default Which GPU to buy?[Help post]

    Hello guys!Currently I'm using a r7 360(selling) to upgrade.My plan is to either get a gtx 1050ti or buy a used r9 380(also a psu).Basically my cost for both will be roughly the same 1/2k difference at max.Which one should i go with?As from recent benchmarks I can see the 1050ti is pretty much on par with r9 380(while consuming much less power so no need of psu uppgrade there).As time goes the 1050ti will receive more optimized games for it.Where as the r9 380 is a last gen card.So which one should i buy.What do you guys think?
    Btw budget is around 15K.

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    Around 15K(+1K) you will get Zotac/Leadtek 1050Ti GPU. BinaryLogic confirmed that their WinFast GTX 1050 Ti will be 14.5K, though you have to wait for two weeks maybe. Zotac Mini will be in the same price ranged.
    If you can get used 380 with good PSU(warranty must) within 15~16K, then this will be a good deal.

    Your current PSU???
    Last edited by Iskander; November 17th, 2016 at 13:25.

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    RX 470s here should be below 20K at the least, I can't believe at the prices am looking at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iskander View Post
    Around 15K(+1K) you will get Zotac/Leadtek 1050Ti GPU. BinaryLogic confirmed that their WinFast GTX 1050 Ti will be 14.5K, though you have to wait for two weeks maybe. Zotac Mini will be in the same price ranged.
    If you can get used 380 with good PSU(warranty must) within 15~16K, then this will be a good deal.

    Your current PSU???
    My current psu is TT toughpower 650w but the thing is this psu is too old 7/8 years old atleast.I believe it will be very risky to use a power hungry gpu like r9 380 with my fx 8350 with this psu.Btw i found a sapphire r9 380 with around 1 year warranty for 12k.But I'm pretty confused with the online benchmarks it seems like in some benchmarks the 380 is kinda better in other the 1050 ti.That's why its a tough decision for me.

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    RX 470s here should be below 20K at the least, I can't believe at the prices am looking at.
    Exactly!The 1060 performs better yet cheaper at binary logic(I didn't like the design of the leadtek winfast 1060 tho).

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    380 is better than 1050Ti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    380 is better than 1050Ti.
    so should i go with a used r9 380+psu ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
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    380 is a great card but who knows how long amd will serve it and gives more update in future ? to be on the safe side gtx 1050ti is better option it consumes less power plus new gen so better future proof updates on upcoming games

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    380 is a great card but who knows how long amd will serve it and gives more update in future ? to be on the safe side gtx 1050ti is better option it consumes less power plus new gen so better future proof updates on upcoming games
    AMD isn't like Nvidia on the aspect of supporting older cards . kepler maxwell users know it very well .

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    380 is a great card but who knows how long amd will serve it and gives more update in future ? to be on the safe side gtx 1050ti is better option it consumes less power plus new gen so better future proof updates on upcoming games
    270x outdoes 960 in current AAA titles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAWX View Post
    AMD isn't like Nvidia on the aspect of supporting older cards . kepler maxwell users know it very well .

    nvidia used to be the good guys but they changed right ? remember the time when 7xxx series was launched on amd side and they ditched 5xxx and 4xxx series from giving supports ? you shouldnt trust this people they can be changed at any second

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franklin View Post
    270x outdoes 960 in current AAA titles.

    we are not talking about 9xx they have become the legacy cards long ago

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    ^I just gave you an example of a trend that has been a pretty common scenario over the past few years. A 2013 GPU released by AMD outdoes a 2015 GPU released by nvidia in current AAA titles. Now that nvidia will release volta afaik next year, there is a pretty big possibility they might push the 1000 series to the legacy shelf by then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juboraz View Post
    My current psu is TT toughpower 650w but the thing is this psu is too old 7/8 years old atleast.I believe it will be very risky to use a power hungry gpu like r9 380 with my fx 8350 with this psu.Btw i found a sapphire r9 380 with around 1 year warranty for 12k.But I'm pretty confused with the online benchmarks it seems like in some benchmarks the 380 is kinda better in other the 1050 ti.That's why its a tough decision for me.

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    Exactly!The 1060 performs better yet cheaper at binary logic(I didn't like the design of the Leadtek winfast 1060 tho).
    Then you should get 1050Ti especially Zotac one(if priced within 15), since with that you can get 3(+2)years of warranty.

    There is nothing wrong with leadtek (1060) winfast model. They are just FE with no fancy alloy cover. At least those price are pretty reasonable, not like shitty ASUS Turbo. Same design as FE, but lacks alloy cover(instead they choose plastic), louder than any model & priced at 28.5K.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Franklin View Post
    ^I just gave you an example of a trend that has been a pretty common scenario over the past few years. A 2013 GPU released by AMD outdoes a 2015 GPU released by nvidia in current AAA titles. Now that nvidia will release volta afaik next year, there is a pretty big possibility they might push the 1000 series to the legacy shelf by then.

    they are rebranding all their lineup gpus even after the release of 7xxx series and with just simple tweaks like 270x to 370 , true they cant abandon all their 3 gen gpus as they never introduced any new line in the first place lol

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    Neither nvidia nor amd wants good for us.The only reason amd has been supporting it's 7 series till now is because everything after it was just rebrand until polaris.Maybe amd will also drop its support for 3 series after vega.But i'm still confused whether to go whether r9 380+psu or 1050ti with the mixed answers :3 .

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    So i have found a r9 380 nitro for 11.5k and around 1year warranty left..Should i get it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juboraz View Post
    So i have found a r9 380 nitro for 11.5k and around 1year warranty left..Should i get it?
    If it's 4GB, then yeah go for it. Looks like a good deal somehow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juboraz View Post
    So i have found a r9 380 nitro for 11.5k and around 1year warranty left..Should i get it?
    If it's 4GB, then yeah go for it. Looks like a good deal somehow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    If it's 4GB, then yeah go for it. Looks like a good deal somehow.

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    If it's 4GB, then yeah go for it. Looks like a good deal somehow.
    Yup, it's the 4gig one.Going for it then.Thanks for helping guys .

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    Ended up buying a zotac 1050 ti.Thanks everyone.
    Btw idk why i cannot Close this thread.

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