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I am going to soon upgrade my 1050ti, which gpu should i replace it with?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by aeoe, Oct 23, 2021.

  1. aeoe

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    Hello, i am asking this because i am currently trying to find an upgrade to my gpu, and I currently have two options, either amd radeon 580 rog strix, or a gtx 1650 super, Im more leaning into the amd territory, since amd has 8gb of video memory, but i want to see which one works better in beamng.
     
  2. SKB

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    the amd option is better, but as some threads have said, amd gpu optimization isnt the best in games as they usually favour nvidia hardware.

    as for a new gpu, i would suggest a 1660, 1660ti, or 1660 super, since the 1650 super isnt that much better than a 1050ti..
    and that the 1660 has 6gb of vram, which should be enough for most newer titles
     
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  3. Alzer07

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    If I’m not mistaken BeamNG has poor optimisation on AMD GPUs, making it considerably harder to run than with an Nvidia equilalent
    Check this thread to get an idea

    So it depends, but if BeamNG is your principal game you better get an Nvidia card for now
     
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  4. aeoe

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    yeah, i'd pick a 1660, but its way out of my budget (10k hrivnya, around 300 usd, and the cheapest 1660 i could find was twice that amount) so my only decent options are the 1650 super or that amd card, so I really dont have a choice
     
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  5. SKB

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    oof. Then yeah, get the 1650, since almost all games are nvidia gpu biased, amd gpus are a not exactly the greatest in terms of optimizations and stuff
     
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  6. PommesPanzer

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    No pls no 1660ti i have this gpu and it doesn't perform very good!
     
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  7. SKB

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    how can a 1660 not run beam well?
    my guess is thermals. a 1660ti should give an easy 55+Fps imo in medium settings at 1080p
     
  8. PommesPanzer

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    If i anable traffic in the city i only have like 45 fps (traffic about 5 cars) and my cpu isn't that bad (Intel i7 10 gen) I also gave the game a higer priority in the task manager but i still have 45 fps :(
     
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    Do you have a laptop ? And what resolution and graphics settings are you on ?
     
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  10. PommesPanzer

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    I have a desktop. Most graphic settings are on the best resolution and i have vsync on.
     
  11. SKB

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    use ultra settings, since its somehow better optimized.
    and turn off vsync and framelimiters
     
  12. PommesPanzer

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    The problem is i have a crappy 60hz monitor and if i turn off vsync it looks horrible, but i will try ultra settings.
     
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    60hz is fine, even i have one lol, and how in the world would 60fps refresh rate lock look weird? should be fine imo
     
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    well, my Sapphire Vega 64 on my desktop can run Beam at over 60 FPS, but because of my hardware causing a frame cap anyways, I have the refresh rate limited at 60hz.
     
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  15. PommesPanzer

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    No 60fps look good but it looks like this if i turn it off
     

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  16. TacoDoritos

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    its not like that, its just a shit ad made to make you buy it
     
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  17. PommesPanzer

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    No, it really looks like that! It looks like that if i turn it of.
     
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  18. urbanestdog45

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    AMD Freesync is completely different to a framelimiter. Freesync is an AMD program that minimises, if not completely eliminates screen tearing. Basically the same thing as Vsync. If you have issues with screen tearing, try turning on vsync then.
     
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  19. aeoe

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    sorry for the bump, but basically, I'm now getting an rtx 2060 since i've gotten enough money for one. How is FPS on ultra settings in beamng with an rtx 2060? (1920x1080 res)
     
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  20. fivedollarlamp

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    bruh they just be naming currencies anything now :rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
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