I'm spending a year dead for tax reasons.
15th December 2002
I currently have a 1070 Strix from ASUS which is tiding me over just fine for now.
Just curious what everyone else has these days!
Danny King | Editor-in-Chief | GameFront.com
9th September 2007
Same card ^_^
"I'd shush her zephyr." ~ Zephyr.
Dr. Professor Logic, PhD.
11th November 2003
Asus GTX 1060 6GB.
Sometimes I think I should upgrade, but I think my poor CPU is hurting me more. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
The Anxieties - Garage rockin' punk/mad scientist-core for the paranoid and suspicious.
Jeff is a missing boss
28th July 2002
EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3.
Still doing well.
Mister Angry Rules Guy
31st January 2010
4GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (MSI)
22nd December 2007
Still rocking the GTX 970 (I owned the 1080 Ti for a couple months but the rest of the system bottle-necked it too much to be worth keeping)
All hail Daut our Lord and Savior
7th December 2003
GTX 970, which seems to be good enough to run BFV, the last game I bought. Raytracing looks very nice, but not sure it is worth buying a new GPU just for that.
Recently got myself a 1080. Quite the upgrade from the 3GB 1060. I <3 it.
Mikey - GameFront.com - Lead Developer
5th September 2016
ASUS/nVidia GeForce GTX 1060, 3 GB version. I don't need any better, the heaviest I ever ran was Unreal Engine 4.
7th December 2003
Posted by AlDaja
Two turntables and a microphone strapped to a rusty toaster oven...
Sigh...I really need a better computer. This laptop I'm stuck with is designed for PowerPoint and business stuff. Amazed it can handle (barely) the SFC3 game mods I've been updating.
Anyone have suggestions on what I sould look for when I'm ready to purchase? Mostly play older Star Trek games, Call of Duty, Battlefront, etc...but would like to play the new DOOM (well, new for me, bought it year or so ago and it's still in celophane as my tower died last summer).
It should not be too long till the next generation of Nvidia GPUs hits the market (first half of 2020 I believe), that might be a good time to pick up a (used) 2070, which should be a good choice for most games as long as you don't want to play 4k or use raytracing.