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    #16
    wait a few weeks and get an RTX 3070?

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      #17
      Originally posted by FubarBundy View Post
      wait a few weeks and get an RTX 3070?
      I would like and also I think they will be well priced, but it would be incompatible with my motherboard, space and power supply. The maximum I can mount is the RTX 2060 and not just any model, by size.
      https://launionescuadron.webnode.es/

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        #18
        Originally posted by La Unión | Atazar View Post
        I would like and also I think they will be well priced, but it would be incompatible with my motherboard, space and power supply. The maximum I can mount is the RTX 2060 and not just any model, by size.
        How are you so sure about that incompatibility? With new tech cards perform better while consuming less power apart from maybe the highest models. The PCIex16 will rather be still compatible. They don't have to be of long card design apart from maybe the highest model. So? You will probably want to change the motherboard first in the future anyway.

        Btw: Don't trust what some random dude dreams about. It will take years for 1060 to become so obsolete that you could not run DCS (if it still exists by that time). RT is nothing new. It's known for like 40 years. It goes like that: some manufacturer designs some new method (or new cool name for it) for their new hardware to sell it. It's hopefully good enough to show in some demo. Then after a few years a few game might be using it or it's already dead by then. Then maybe after some years it become standard which might be used by other hardware and software or it's gone completely.
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          #19
          Thrustmaster warthog. I just bought one and i can highly recommend it. Excellent Long term investment.
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            #20
            Originally posted by draconus View Post
            How are you so sure about that incompatibility? With new tech cards perform better while consuming less power apart from maybe the highest models. The PCIex16 will rather be still compatible. They don't have to be of long card design apart from maybe the highest model. So? You will probably want to change the motherboard first in the future anyway.

            Btw: Don't trust what some random dude dreams about. It will take years for 1060 to become so obsolete that you could not run DCS (if it still exists by that time). RT is nothing new. It's known for like 40 years. It goes like that: some manufacturer designs some new method (or new cool name for it) for their new hardware to sell it. It's hopefully good enough to show in some demo. Then after a few years a few game might be using it or it's already dead by then. Then maybe after some years it become standard which might be used by other hardware and software or it's gone completely.
            I'm sure because they are the manufacturer's specifications. My PC is a compact, an MSI Aegis 3. Some of its components are adapted, such as the MSI Trident X. The MSI Trident X uses smaller adapted components. These types of computers are difficult to update, so I do not recommend their purchase.
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              #21
              Warthog, its for life... And it changes how you fly. AAR, case i, formation everythiong becomes sooooo much eassier.. the precision of HALL and the weight of the stick really makes a difference.

              Es el día y la noche, con el Warthog pasas de conducir un Seat a un Mercedes.

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                #22
                IMHO it's a personal thing.


                First I wouldn't bother with RAM, as I don't think DSC would benefit from additional 16gb.


                As for GPU vs warthog...



                What is your current HOTAS?


                What bothers you the most when playing DCS?

                If you're struggling with controls, or want more immersion, go for warthog.

                If you're struggling with fps or the game doesn't look as good as you'd like, go for GPU.


                PS. If you decide to get the GPU, don't buy the 2060. Wait for 30 series. Also, the idea that non RT cards will soon become obsolete is bs. Even if raytracing will be introduced to DCS I'm 100% sure it will be an optional thing.

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                  #23
                  Thank you very much everyone for the responses. Series 30 RTX is not compatible with my motherboard.
                  https://launionescuadron.webnode.es/

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                    #24
                    more RAM for sure. Go for 32 gb.


                    2060? wait until the new ones are released and see if you can pick the 2060 in the market for a reasonable price.


                    Warthog? Nah Better a VKB Gladiator Next.
                    Last edited by Sajarov; 09-14-2020, 01:16 PM.

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