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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by markourb, Oct 5, 2018.

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  1. markourb

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    my specs are Intel i5 16gb ram 1050 ti 2gb and 1tb windows 8 and 1tb windows 10 and 4tb outer hard disk drive I like to play need for speed grand theft auto V and rise of tomb raider doom assassins creed quake resident evil medal of honor call of duty crysis far cry and I really need new graphic 2080 ti 11gb rtx that games run faster
     
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    Is there a question?
     
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    yes how many frames 2080 ti rtx 11gb is for games like grand theft auto v quake assassins creed far cry crysis call of duty medal of honor need for speed shadow of tomb raider I hope I have enough power for 2080 ti rtx to run
     
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    You can search for video card reviews to see the performance of the card.

    Performance is based on all parts of the computer, not just the video card. The cpu will have the biggest impact, but actual performance can also be affected by the motherboard, drivers and even the OS.

    In other words, no one can tell you exactly how well the card will perform in your PC. But by reading reviews of that card, you can get an idea of what to expect. Pay attention to the hardware used for the test (ie: motherboard, RAM, cpu type and speed, etc.).
     
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