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TPC's Budget Video Card Guide

  • ano equivalent card sa amd ng palit gtx 1050 ti 4GB? nasa 7K presyuhan yata nun
  • rx 470 4gb or rx 460
  • ^ some times iwonder kung mas ok pa din ba ang mga bagong gpu sa ganyang price or yung mga 2nd hand na mainstream cards kasi minsan kahit bago yung gpu @ that Price point ehmay instances na mas malakas pa din yung lumang gpu
  • ano equivalent card sa amd ng palit gtx 1050 ti 4GB? nasa 7K presyuhan yata nun

    Alam ko walang AMD equivalent ang GTX 1050 Ti sa atin. Yung performance and pricing niya nasa gitna kasi ng RX 460 2GB and RX 470 4GB.

    some times iwonder kung mas ok pa din ba ang mga bagong gpu sa ganyang price or yung mga 2nd hand na mainstream cards kasi minsan kahit bago yung gpu @ that Price point ehmay instances na mas malakas pa din yung lumang gpu

    Meron times na mas maganda ang value ng 2nd hand card pero it really depends din kasi sa presyo ng seller. Sometimes may seller gusto mag upgrade kaagad so mababa ang selling price nila at willing sila malugi ng konti. At meron din seller na mataas ang price nila sa 2nd hand videocard dahil hindi naman sila nagmamadali at nagbabakasakali lang may kumagat at that price. Kumbaga ok lang sa kaniya kung mabenta or hindi.

    Ultimately yung risk mo sa 2nd hand card is kung wala na siyang warranty. So you would think naka mura ka sa 2nd hand GTX 970 for Php 7K, pero kapag nasira siya or nagloko siya after 3 months ang laking hassle at sakit ng ulo din. Also remember na may tendency mga videocard owners to sell their newly RMA'ed videocards dahil ayaw na dumaan ulit sa hassle and troubleshooting.
  • Ultimately yung risk mo sa 2nd hand card is kung wala na siyang warranty. So you would think naka mura ka sa 2nd hand GTX 970 for Php 7K, pero kapag nasira siya or nagloko siya after 3 months ang laking hassle at sakit ng ulo din. Also remember na may tendency mga videocard owners to sell their newly RMA'ed videocards dahil ayaw na dumaan ulit sa hassle and troubleshooting.


    this

    pero ako un tao nag benta ng malugi lang ng konti ^_^
  • Napagtripan kong i-check sa GPU Hierarchy ng Tom's Hardware (<click here for link>) yung past and current GPU's ko, pati na yung target kong GPU sa next upgrade, eto yung result:




    Eto mga napansin ko:
    - Once lang pala ko ng Radeon, the rest puro GeForce.
    - Ang liit lang ng jump from 9800 GT to GTX 750 ti (current card), to think na both cards are released 6 years apart, (2008 and 2014). Siguro yun nga ang benefit ng higher end na cards...
    - It's nice to see that either GTX 1060 or an RX 480 will get you almost to the top of the performance chart, considering their prices, although for sure malaki yung jump nung 3 higher levels.
    - Lol at even trying to play games with an FX 5200 64-bit, then nagupgrade ako sa FX 5500 na akala ko noon malaking jump sa performance.

    Plan ko either GTX 1060 or an RX 480, parang yan dalawa ang bang for the buck.

    -- edited by wow_lon on Jan 13 2017, 03:35 AM
  • May updated tests si Hardwareunboxed with latest drivers :-)

  • - Ang liit lang ng jump from 9800 GT to GTX 750 ti (current card), to think na both cards are released 6 years apart, (2008 and 2014). Siguro yun nga ang benefit ng higher end na cards...
    Performance maliit pero performance per watt sobrang laki.
  • i3-6100 720p gaming 1440x900 mostly play e-sports games like CS:GO DOTA2 and some games like AC series.

    rx 460, gtx 1050 or gtx 1050ti? Ano po yung pinaka worth it to get yung pang matagalan na kasi di ko rin balak mag upgrade. rx 470/gtx1060 masyado mahal na saka di naman ako 1080p.
  • ^
    Go for GTX 1050 Ti na assuming fit sa budget mo sir.
  • ^

    Ok decided na. Go ko either yung single fan zotac or palit na 1050 ti.

    Thanks

    -- edited by emhelmark on Jan 17 2017, 10:24 AM
  • Meron na nga silang RX 470D... then they have this...

    Sapphire releases an unlocked RX 460 to the Chinese market
    <click here for link>

  • Walang mga stocks ng RX 480 ah...