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So, long story short, my GPU fried after a bad accident with some thermal paste and I must pick a new one.

Basic data: I have a i7 2600k ( admittedly old, it's going to be the next thing I switch), 16 gig of ram and a SSD for SC.

So, to keep it short, which one would you pick between a Strix RX580 8GB and a Cerberus GTX 1070TI 8 GB and why?

Thanks

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I would still do a little research on each for how they work with monitors (_g-sync), or how hot they get, what kind of cooling (ACX FTW), OC'ing, I'd look on EVGA's b-stock page if you can, you might find a deal there that may push you over the edge.

sadly, no ti versions of the 1070 here

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2 minutes ago, Gremlich said:

I would still do a little research on each for how they work with monitors (_g-sync), or how hot they get, what kind of cooling (ACX FTW), OC'ing, I'd look on EVGA's b-stock page if you can, you might find a deal there that may push you over the edge.

sadly, no ti versions of the 1070 here

I am actually rebuilding my pc a bit at a time ( it was quite good when I made it back then but time took its toll, then we have new tech coming in all the time, SC whose requirements are in a permanent limbo etc etc).

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