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Built a PC for 1080p gaming.
Due to limited budget, bought and tried out GTX 1660Ti instead of an RTX 2060.
Nice build! Kinda a bad choice to go with the gaming x. Reviewers like Linustechtips and Jayztwocents have been warning people that the non-msrp versions of the card just aren't worth it. At that point, you can get a much better performing RTX 2060 for only a 40 dollar difference. Apart from that, good job.
Watched their reviews and was planning to get Zotac RTX 2060 AMP at around $405, but eventually decided to upgrade the monitor on my previous build to a 27" 144hz curved monitor.
Was also torn in getting RX590 Sapphire Nitro at $290 but stocks came after I bought the GTX 1660 Ti, but so far GPU is performance is solid, looks cool as well.
Your choice. but I would choose the 1660 ti over the 590 because
if you know what I mean.
Nice build dude!
Thanks dude, cheers!
What is the performance your getting with the 1660 Ti. I was thinking of pairing the Ryzen 5 2600 with the 1660 Ti as well. Cool Build!
I will do the same but i might use a 2600x
what are your gpu temps like and how does it perform so far
I'll chime in as I own this exact card for about a week. I only play black ops 4, fallout 4, and Skyrim SE and I've never pushed the GPU past 59 celcius. I'm enjoying the card.
Same here, never got past 57 C. I only tried playing Apex Legends so far though.
Can you add a picture with the graphics card all set up in the case?
Thanks man, this is much appreciated
thx for this i think im gonna use it
damn android quality. nice build man!
Maybe some more storage? Other than that, smexy build.
Will add more storage once 480GB is full. Cheers!
Great build! How's the motherboard?
Yo! So far, so good! No issues whatsoever :)