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  • #63822
     Scooby 
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    I’m ready to replace my Radeon GFX card with Nvidia. Everything I’ve read leads me to believe VPX plays better with Nvidia (for stutter-free ball play), so here is my question…

    Should I go with a GTX 1050ti or 1060? If I go with a 1060 (which I’m leaning towards), should I get one with 3 or 6 gigs of ram?

    #63832
     randr 
    Keymaster
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    1060 3 or 6 is fine but more is better ;)

    #63857
     Dodger 
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    In my opinion brings the 1050 ti the best value for the price. If the budget is no problem you can go for the 1060. Should have enough power for the next big VP Version ;)

    #63891
     Scooby 
    Participant

    Thanks guys!  We’ll see how the new card performs once it arrives.

    #63974
     TerryRed 
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    MemberContributor

    I have a gtx 970 in my cabinet, and it is running everything in 4K resolution no problems. A 1060 would be the equivalent, so you should be fine.

    #63975
     Stevo 
    Participant

    Seems like there are cards with various output connections.  Are you guys using cards with multiple HDMI outputs?

    #63976
     randr 
    Keymaster
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    Display ports work good. DVI to hdmi cable is fine as long you don’t need audio. My cards have 2 dvi, one hdmi and maybe 2 display ports. All are usable so never an issue

    #63977
     BorgDog 
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    Get a card that works with what your displays have, less adapters == less chance for hiccups imho.  My gtx1070 card has 2 hdmi and 2 displayport and 1 dvi.

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