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RAM or GPU? Which has to be invested more in?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Vishwa, Jun 15, 2020.

  1. MasterFluffy

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    Yeah I would generally agree, like I see used gtx 1070's going for still about 200 bucks or more. And I live in the States where prices are typically pretty decent.
     
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  2. iPlayzTG-BMG

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    Here in Canada, the 1650 is still 270 Canadian rupees
     
  3. Phym

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    I think here in the states they’re like $150 used.
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    Wait, $150 on the GPU, that leaves you with $200 for the ram, so the 1650 plus some notice Corsair ram would be good.
     
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  4. Vishwa

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    I am planning to get second hand gpu's. That would ease the cost for me i guess.
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    Exactly. I would cut the cost by compensating in the motherboard, the case or something like that.
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    Oh really? Still not as saturated as the PUBG, Fortnite, or minecraft video market i guess. There are like only 10 channels that are doing good. After all thats what i would like doing.
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    Oh really? Still not as saturated as the PUBG, Fortnite, or minecraft video market i guess. There are like only 10 channels that are doing good. After all thats what i would like doing.
     
  5. Xalinsky

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    First, what resolution and bit rate you most use when you edit video? It's important when you decide your ram size. Most 1080p 60fps video need 6~12G ram at least in my experience.

    Second, because Nvidia's new GPU is coming soon, i recommand you to wait until they come out. The price of second hand "RTX2060" should be lower than your budge a lot. If not, consider GTX1660.
     
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  6. Vishwa

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    I am ok with 720p. Because the audience are mostly kids who watch the videos on their phone and 720p is enough. Also less RAM would be required for that i think.
     
  7. Zero

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    Save up, you're not going to get much of a gaming PC for 350 dollars in total.
    The more patience you have, the more you will save up and the longer you have for better deals to come.
    I bought a used 1060 for 110 dollars.
     
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  8. Vishwa

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    Ok i will wait and save more and then buy a RTX 2060 out of it. I think it would be the costliest component but will see
     
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  9. Justy4WDTURBO

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    Going with Turing or Polaris in 2020 is beyond retarded, in about three months from now on RDNA2 and Ampere will release.
     
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  10. Vishwa

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    Thats right but dont know if i could afford even the entry level card
     
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