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Rabu, 28 Desember 2022

Here Are Some GPUs You Need To Keep An Eye On Heading Into 2023

As we head into a new year, it’s worth keeping an eye out for great deals as the market shifts due to the increase in supply and demand in the secondhand market and whatnot. The GPU market is no exception. What’s great about this fluctuating market is that you could score some huge upgrades for your PC at a more reasonable price.

So, here are some suggestions on what GPU to pay attention to as we step into a new year.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 4080

The current king of ray-tracing performance. While being the most expensive GPU on the list, the performance offered by the RTX 4080 is definitely top tier, capable of pushing insanely high framerates even at 4K gaming. However, it commands the highest price on this list, coming in at US$1,589 for a GIGABYTE GAMING OC RTX 4080.

If you manage to find one at a lower price than that, consider it a steal.

AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX

Trading blows with the RTX 4080 is the AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX. The two GPUs perform similarly, with the RTX 4080 coming out on top of practically everything on this list. If you can't afford the US$999 AMD Radeon RX 7900 XTX, the slightly less powerful Radeon RX 7900 XT outperforms the RTX 4080 in terms of performance per dollar.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080

The last generation titan of a card. While it’s admittedly a card from the previous generation, its performance is still top-tier. Coming in at only US$699, it could be a massive upgrade once its price gets slashed.

Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 Ti

An entry level upgrade, but at the right price it’s a massive upgrade to anybody who’s not yet running an RTX card in their rigs. Priced at US$399, it’s can fit in most gamer’s budget and it doesn’t require a huge upgrade in terms of the other components such as the power supply or the motherboard.

AMD Radeon RX 5800 XT

Another AMD card joins the list, the 5800 XT is one of the best mid-tier cards to consider for an upgrade. The card goes​​ head-to-head with the mid-tier RTX 3070. For 1440p gaming, the RTX 3070 is 45 per cent quicker. However, the RX 5700 XT can still produce more than 60 frames per second. If you want to play 1080p games at 60 frames per second, moving from RX 5700 XT to RTX 3070 is not worth it.

Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti

A card that was released in 2016, yet holds quite the candle against the cards of today. The Nvidia GTX 1080 Ti excels in traditional raster operations, meaning it absolutely crushes almost any game thrown its way in both 1080p and 1440p.

It was an anomaly of a card that shook the very foundations of the gaming world. While stocks are most likely dried out since it’s a seven-year-old card, and even if you manage to find it, it’s more than likely that it requires some maintenance such as a good dusting off or a thermal paste swap.

Intel Arc A770

The new contender on the block, the Intel Arc A770 is the blue company’s take on GPUs, albeit still in its infancy stage. For anybody willing to take a chance on continuing driver support, the Intel Arc A770 is an intriguing midrange option. You get 16GB of VRAM, an appealing and unobtrusive appearance, and performance that readily competes with the RTX 3060.

So here are some of the cards worthy of your attention as we head into the new year. Be sure to constantly check your secondhand market for any upgrades that are worthy enough to warrant a look.


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