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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    You won't regret it, you'll notice a big performance boost.

    What monitor do you have by the way ?
    I have an asus mg248

    might not be the most premium stuff but it works amazingly for me at least!

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    rip, dude replied a second ago saying the card was already sold T_T I'll just be patient for something as good to come up

    Thanks for all the replies by the way! Love talking to the folks of rog forums.

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    Thank you,

    I see your monitor is 1080p, 144Hz and supports Freesync which is AMD, Freesync won't work with an Nvidia gpu but not to worry, you'll be over 100 FPS in most games with the highest settings except for Antialiasing.

    If you want to use Freesync (which isn't necessary) you'll need an AMD gpu.

    I personally would still stick with the ROG Strix 1070.

    Here's a video of Mafia 3 I recorded with the ROG Strix 1070 and 7700k overclocked to 5.0GHz, 2560 x 1440 resolution, all settings set to high with Antialiasing and Ambient Occlusion set to low. 59.9FPS is the highest as I have a 60Hz monitor with V-Sync enabled.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Thank you,

    I see your monitor is 1080p, 144Hz and supports Freesync which is AMD, Freesync won't work with an Nvidia gpu but not to worry, you'll be over 100 FPS in most games with the highest settings except for Antialiasing.

    If you want to use Freesync (which isn't necessary) you'll need an AMD gpu.

    I personally would still stick with the ROG Strix 1070.

    Here's a video of Mafia 3 I recorded with the ROG Strix 1070 and 7700k overclocked to 5.0GHz, 2560 x 1440 resolution, all settings set to high with Antialiasing and Ambient Occlusion set to low. 59.9FPS is the highest as I have a 60Hz monitor with V-Sync enabled.

    yeah i might just stick to the 1070 anyways, weird thing about the amd freesync thing is that i am using an amd gpu atm (hd 7970) and even if i enable "adaptive sync" on the monitor the amd software "relive" or whatever it's called says "amd freesync" is not supported.

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    What do you think of this, what would this translate to swedish dollars ?

    It's not the ROG Strix 1070, likely the reference model.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/NVIDIA-GEFOR...3D172637646617

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    What do you think of this, what would this translate to swedish dollars ?

    It's not the ROG Strix 1070, likely the reference model.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/NVIDIA-GEFOR...3D172637646617
    holy ****, yeah that would translate to like 1800 SEK, while the stores here in Sweden want around 4400 SEK (around 488 us dollar)

    Jebus I wish i lived in murica

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    Well I just now saw they don't ship to Sweden, looks like the hunt is still on.

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