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Best Graphics Card to run beamng in 2021 BUDGET

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SmashBurgerJ, Jul 23, 2021.

  1. SmashBurgerJ

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    How The heck did you get a Rtx 3080!
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    Im looking at one with a 2070 SUPER
     
  2. IonicOwl

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    Just kept a look out, managed to get it at MSRP too (~£650)
     
  3. Kirby_49

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    lucky man, i'm trying to hunt a rtx 3060/ti for msrp too. haven't had a catch yet
     
  4. IonicOwl

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    Keep your ears to the ground, you'll get one eventually.
     
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  5. SmashBurgerJ

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    Never mind here's my final choice
    ABS Gladiator Gaming PC - Intel i7 10700F - ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 3070 8GB - G.Skill Ripjaw V 16GB DDR4 3200MHz - 1TB Intel M.2 NVMe SSD
     
  6. tobias95ng

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    RTX 3080
     

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  7. Car_Genius

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    Just build your own. Pre-built rigs usually cut cost on the power supply, motherboard, and cooling solutions. Also, that CPU is locked, so if you are interested in OCs, go for a K model or a Ryzen one.
     
  8. P_enta

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    You don’t need a powerful computer to run this game. Anything at least as powerful as a 1060 6gb works perfectly fine. And for the record, over clocking is a whole other situation just don’t even bother with it. Don’t fret about having a locked cpu, it doesn’t matter.
     
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  9. gscare10

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    i have a 750 ti which is not great but it does a very good job compared to my 650 m
     
  10. Kirby_49

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    overclocking is so pointless nowadays, you rarely get any actual notable performance boost for games and you might lessen the lifespan of the chip
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    not everyone knows how, has the tools or is comfortable doing it. you can't force on to do it, plus you don't have to deal with the gpu crisis as much.
     
  11. IonicOwl

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    I actually undervolt my GPU by 200mV to reduce power consumption by a third, with no noticeable difference in framerates. Runs cooler and will likely increase chip lifespan too.
     
  12. depewm07

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    I got intel uhd graphics.
     
  13. adamgj38

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    I feel that pain...
     
  14. Car_Genius

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    Learning is incredibly easy. A friend's son, who is 10 years old and previously had no interest in computers, spend a week learning about how to put a PC together. Anyone can do it. All you need for tools is a phillips screwdriver. The GPU crisis isn't as bad now, and finding a mid-tier gaming card isn't too bad anymore.
     
  15. Kirby_49

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    it isn't that difficult i know, i built one myself. and yes you can get a gpu, but at anywhere msrp can be difficult.
     
  16. SmashBurgerJ

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    Idk i'll just do something
     
  17. Mr. Swab Man

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    So what graphics card should I get?
     
  18. SKB

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    you could read some of the posts on the thread to figure it out, and since it is your first message,

    good options are: 1050ti, 1650, on the budget side, if the rtx 3050 is launched and available at a half decent price, thats probably another good option

    pre owned graphics cards are also good, as long as they work...
    but well, it is pre owned.
     
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  19. P_enta

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    1050 ti* the standard 1050 is horrible, don’t ever buy it.
     
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  20. Kirby_49

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    depends on what you can get really, avoid gt 730 and gt 1030 cards, those are glorified video adapters and not for gaming
    like SKB said if you can get a rtx 3050 for 250€ or msrp it's better value than a gtx 1650, 1660 or a 1050 ti
    especially with dlss, and it's more powerful than any of them. there is also the rx 6500 which starts at 200€ but isn't good value, lacks basic features and loses to older cards
     
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