Crabby49
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Last seen 13 months ago.

— I haven't got the card just yet but will put it to the test thats for sure. im buying it for a friend for 50 dollars is a great buy for it I mean you can actually game on a 50 dollar gpu and get decent frames... this card was meant for picture and video only light work loads video playback on cpus thats don't offer internal graphics.. so for this card to be able to pump out 80+ frames on some games then it gets two thumbs up from me..

14 months ago.

— Its still going strong and when overclocked its staying relevant.. I mean its blowing away a 2060 thats two generations above it and is a little under the 2070.. you can find the card for around 300 while the new card will cost you double the cost until the 2070 drops in price along with a 2070 ti version coming out that ranks itself to be around what a 1080ti is then its worth it. until then hold onto the 980ti till next generation and at that point get everything thats already out on top of that next new thing nvidia will add for that card on top of better performance with ray tracing and more ram on the mid tear cards.

14 months ago.
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