Macauluy Culkin

I currently have Nvidia Geforce gtx 970, what graphics card should I upgrade to next?

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The GTX 970 is still a powerful card and in the top graphics cards out there. The only real significant upgrades are the GTX 1070, 1080, 1080 Ti and Titan.

The GTX 970 is roughly equal to a GTX 1060 so there is no real benefit to upgrading to that card as the performance differences are slight. Same for the GTX 780 Ti.

The GTX 980 is an option, being about halfway between the GTX 970 and the GTX 1070.

I’d opt for a GTX 1070 or 1080 series card due to the cost/performance benefits relative to the GTX 970 and being much cheaper than a Titan.

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I found this for you . Don't know if it can be of any help . Both the GeForce GTX 1070 and 1080 are DisplayPort 1.2 certified and DP 1.3/1.4 Ready, enabling support for 4K displays at 120Hz, 5K displays at 60Hz, and 8K displays at 60Hz (using two cables). ... The GPU display pipeline supports HDR gaming, as well as video encoding and decoding.

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Well I'd say the next upgrade is a 1060 or 1080. If moneys no object for you then perhaps a 2080. But I've still got a 660ti in my setup and that runs almost anything I throw at it, so I don't think you really need a new GPU. If you performance isn't up to your expectations, it could just be down to CPU or something else, so maybe check what CPU you have and perhaps upgrade that instead? That's what I did anyway.

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