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Old 11-22-2019, 09:58 AM   #11
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Why not wait? I am clocking all to the limits and beyond!


I have all maxed out! I'll hope end of this year or in the first two quaters next year i can build a new system.


I have already 3000 dollars saved for this. Now the waiting....


That is where I was this time last year... fun times!
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Old 11-22-2019, 02:09 PM   #12
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It depends how much of a rush you are in, but Nvidia, according to the semi-reliable rumor mill is launching next gen spring 2020.
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Old 11-22-2019, 06:25 PM   #13
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Right now I’m focusing on upgrading the graphics card and memory, so I’m not in the market for a new headset yet. My plan is to live with the CV1 for now, but upgrade the graphics card with the intention of it being able to handle the next generation of headsets that hopefully will come out in a year or two. Which is why I’m at least considering the 2080ti. I just want to make sure that it will be worth the investment, and it’s starting to sound like it would be judging by what Aurelius said.
In this situation it would be a toss up for me. Get a new HMD like the S or the 2080Ti? In the end I would choose the 2080Ti simply to get it out of the way and be ready for the next gen of VR headsets. It's expensive as hell but you WILL need it in the future.
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Old 11-22-2019, 06:52 PM   #14
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It depends how much of a rush you are in, but Nvidia, according to the semi-reliable rumor mill is launching next gen spring 2020.
I know well. So 5800xt, 5900xt and 5950xt are in the works.
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Old 11-23-2019, 04:58 AM   #15
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If you didn't buy it so far wait for CES 2020 in January.

Teleblaster, my point is your CPU will serve you for VR at least 2 years so there is no need for upgrade CPU right now. Just right in time to see DCS on Vulcan, ZEN4 and Intels first 7nm answer on it.
As DCS 2.5 is single core based engine your i7 7700 no need to be changed till then to get proper benefit from changing CPU. Right gain will be minor and not worth investment.

For GPU is not right time as well. Nvidia still don't have competition so prices are sky high and current best GPU 2080ti is on its end of cycles. Again in next 6 months to a year situation could drastically change in term of performances and prices.

Only with VR situation is more clear. For DCS best buy options are HP Reverb and Rift-S. they need almost the same amount of resources and DCS work good on GPU in range of 1080ti. Higher is better no doubt but this is satisfactorily as well. But if you buying GPU now don't go belove this 3 card of same performances range but diferent prices.

RX 5700 XT - 400$ new
RTX 2070 Super - 500$ new
GTX 1080ti around 500$ used

This will serve you next 6 month to year until new generations arrive to market and will be easy to sale without significant lost in value.

2080Super and 2080TiSuper are the best in this moment but with possible lost in value in short period, yes you read right 2080TiSuper is coming out in January as an unswer to AMD 5800 XT which is coming out in January as well. The GPU war is already started.

In your situation I will do this upgrade gradually in 3 steps next two years.
Now buy your self Reverb and this transition GPU which you are planing to sell before you even buy it so best option is 5700 XT or wait this 5800XT in January.

In a year get new nextgen GPU who will be much better then it is now 2080ti for less or in worst case same money.
and last, in two years upgrade your CPU who will be significantly better than yours i7 7700 than it is case now.

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Old 11-23-2019, 02:07 PM   #16
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... as an unswer to AMD 5800 XT which is coming out in January as well. The GPU war is already started.
How certain is this? Source?
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Old 11-24-2019, 12:32 AM   #17
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You guys have given me a lot of great information. I can’t afford to upgrade my headset, gpu, and cpu to the top next-gen equivalents all next year. I just need to get my current setup more playable for now until I get my credit cards paid down. I could go with a used 1080ti, but right now I can get a new 2080 Super through Best Buy for not much more and have 18 months no interest to pay it off so I might go that route. That will give me some time to start saving for a 3080ti or whatever it ends up being called, and a new headset. Hopefully Vulkan and the planned VR optimizations happen in the meantime.
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Old 11-24-2019, 01:47 AM   #18
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5700 XT Sapphire Nitro+, Red Devil or MSI Gaming X is roughly on the same level as a 1080 Ti for ~450 by the way.
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Old 11-24-2019, 02:16 AM   #19
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Bloody hell, are we still waiting for the VR optimisation? Unreal.
Can’t t believe there’s no mention of the Pimax 5K plus. Amazing in DCS.
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Old 11-24-2019, 02:55 AM   #20
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How certain is this? Source?

In the past same sources was right about Vega VII and RX 5700 and about Ryzen 3000.
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